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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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Boston Public Library

Not just a grand building with shelves of ancient tomes, the famed Boston Public Library is a celebrated landmark. It’s also right across the street from the hotel.
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Boston Common

Picture the Puritans strolling along the pastures back in the early 1600s at American’s very first public park. Colonists bought the original 44 acres from European settlers in 1634 to establish downtown’s Boston Common, an icon just a short walk from the hotel, also the start of The Freedom Trail.
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CowParade New England

CowParade New England is the largest and most successful public art event in the world and it has returned to Greater Boston. Come view "Belle Beauvigne" on our St. James Avenue curb.