The Freedom Trail features sixteen historic sites, all significant in this country’s early struggle for freedom, connected by a 2.5 mile red brick line that not only links one place to another, but the past to the present. The sites on the Freedom Trail are not recreations or adaptations. They are real. Each one – from Boston Common to the Old North Church to the USS Constitution to the State House – has a role in the beginning of a nation, and each one connects us to the spirit of Boston’s early patriots whose hearts were ignited by the spark of liberty. Fairmont Copley Plaza celebrates Boston’s rich history with its Freedom Trail Discovery package. This package includes one night in an elegant guestroom and a copy of The Freedom Trail, An Artist’s View hardcover.
Fairmont Copley Plaza also offers guests the unique experience of a Freedom Trail Suite. Developed by historians and archivists, this suite is a mini-museum that celebrates Boston’s colonial heritage. Guests may upgrade to the Freedom Trail Suite for an additional charge of $200 per night.
To complement your visit to the actual colonial sites along the Freedom Trail, we suggest a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts, which boasts a stunning collection of 18th century silver, decorative arts and portraiture from the period. Tickets to the Museum of Fine Arts can be coordinated with our Concierge.
Luxurious overnight accommodations
A copy of The Freedom Trail, An Artist’s View
This offer is available all year round, subject to availability.
Terms & Conditions
This package needs to be booked at least five (5) days prior to check-in and cannot be combined with any other offer. New reservations only. Some blackout dates may apply. Taxes and other fees not included. Subject to availability.
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