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The Freedom Trail

Tenth grade social studies a little foggy? Or perhaps you’re a bona fide history buff. Regardless, you’ll delight in a trip down The Freedom Trail. The 2.5-mile red brick road takes you in and around 16 national sites, museums, parks, burial grounds and historic markers illustrating Boston’s rich Colonial history and pivotal role in the 1775 American Revolution. Purchase an audio tour from our concierge team and make a day or afternoon of it. Don’t miss Paul Revere’s house and the Old Church where patriots hung lanterns to illuminate his famous midnight ride.

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Old Town Trolley Tours

Jump onto the long-running, old-time trolley for an engaging bus tour of Boston best hits. You’ll get a compelling mix of trivia, history and entertainment on the live tour of Old Town without needing to walk long distances.
Local Attractions
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Boston Public Garden

Large and leafy, this beloved community space dates to 1837 as the first public botanical garden in the U.S.
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Urban Adventours

Modern metropolis meets history in the birthplace of the American Revolution. Learn about our city’s traditions, tales, favorite haunts and 23 distinctive neighborhoods dating back some 400 years.