Freedom Trail

Adult
$40
Youth (10-17)
$20

Explore Boston's Freedom Trail from a different angle!

Travel back in time on a photographic journey and immerse yourself in American history. Visit the actual sites where patriots protested against British rule and high taxes in a long struggle for independence from England.

This Freedom Trail walking tour has lots of fascinating historical commentary and uncovers the truth behind the events that ignited the American Revolution in 1775!

PhotoWalks offers small-group tours led by Saba Alhadi, a tour guide and professional local photographer, who will provide creative photography tips so you’ll capture photos of historic sites from a modern perspective. That’s why we spend more time at each site than a traditional walking tour.

We’ll visit Boston Common, Park Street Church, Granary Burial Ground, King’s Chapel, Benjamin Franklin statue, Old City Hall, the building where the Boston Tea Party meeting took place, the Old State House, the Boston Massacre site, and so much more. Our expedition ends at Faneuil Hall, also known as the “Cradle of Liberty”.

Discover why this is one of the 10 best Boston walking tours!

Learn how to:

  • Use your camera or smartphone to get great shots of historic sites
  • Choose the right shooting position for creative effect
  • Improve your composition skills at your own pace

All ages and skill levels are welcome. Advance reservations required.


The PhotoWalks Guide to Successful Photography is included in the tour price. This e-booklet provides valuable information on maximizing your photography skills and user-friendly explanations of camera functions.

  • Tours are conducted in small groups for a more personalized experience. 
  • For private tours or large groups, please call 617-851-2273 or fill out the Contact Form

Tuesdays @ 12:45 p.m., Saturdays @ 12:30 p.m.
• 90 minutes

Meeting Point
• Front steps of Park Street Church, on the corner of Park St. and Tremont St.

Train Stop
• Park Street (Green Line or Red Line). The church is across the street from the subway station.

 


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