Boston Freedom Trail Photo Walking Tour
- Adults (Ages 18+)
- Youth (Ages 10-17)
Are you ready to walk the Freedom Trail and immerse yourself in Boston’s history? Travel back in time and listen to fascinating commentary that uncovers the truth and dispels the myths that ignited the American Revolution in 1775! Find out about the famous key figures who shaped the nation, what really happened on the night of Paul Revere’s ride, what caused the Boston Massacre, what prompted the Boston Tea Party and much more.
See 11 out of 16 Freedom Trail sites on an interactive, guided tour. Bring your smartphone or camera and capture photos of famous landmarks where important historical events took place. Fun photo tips are provided for all skill levels. Find out what makes a PhotoWalks Freedom Trail tour an eye-opening experience you can’t get anywhere else in Boston!
**Avoid huge crowds. Space is limited to a small group for a more enjoyable experience. Most tours are less than 10 people. There may be slightly larger groups during peak season/holidays.**
A Freedom Trail Scavenger Hunt is an excellent option to introduce kids to Boston’s role in America history. It’s a great interactive experience that will keep the entire family and school groups energized while learning at the same time.
Please call 617-851-2273 or email [email protected] for more information and let’s make it happen!
- Boston Common
- Park Street Church
- Granary Burial Ground
- King’s Chapel
- Old City Hall
- Benjamin Franklin Statue
- Old South Meeting House and its relation to the Boston Tea Party
- Boston Massacre site
- Old State House
- City Hall Plaza
- Faneuil Hall
- Non-Freedom Trail sites along the way that are photo-worthy!
- Capture photos of historic sites from a modern perspective
- Find out how the American Revolution really began
- Explore the Freedom Trail from a different angle
- Discover what makes a PhotoWalks tour an eye-opening experience!
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.
Parking: Boston Common Garage