Copley Square to Downtown Boston Freedom Trail Walking Tour
Start in Copley Square, the public square in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood. See the Boston Marathon finish line, Trinity Church, and the 60-story John Hancock Tower. Stroll through the Boston Public Garden and admire the swan boats as they go under the world's smallest suspension bridge. Explore the cobblestone streets of historic Beacon Hill and Acorn Street en route to the popular Freedom Trail.
In Downtown Boston, visit the Old and New State Houses. See the Park Street Church and the Old Granary Burying Ground, along with the King's Chapel. Continue the tour to the Old and New City Halls, the Old Corner Bookstore, and the Old South Meeting House. Learn the history behind the landmark Boston Massacre Site. Then finish the tour at Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market.
- Professional guide
- 2-Hour Freedom Trail Walking Tour
- See the Victorian brownstone homes in Back Bay and explore the historic Beacon Hill neighborhood
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Not wheelchair accessible
- Children must be accompanied by an adult
- Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
Very informative and fun. Plus, it starts from the beautiful Boston Public Library, so, go early and go inside to see the amazing library.
The information presented was very good. The tour guide was late but took extra time at the end. He was knowledgeable but a little repetitive. The walk was the perfect length.
We were all on time and the tour started casually getting to know each other. Alan was our tour guide and spoke clearly and loudly, He offered amazing insights on the tour and the sights we were seeing. There was one point I wish I had been recording, the information was so enlightening. Highly recommend this tour with Alan!
Tour guide did not give enough time to take photos and spent wasted time talking about non-historical items that could have been spent on historical discussion.
We give this tour a simply B for The Best ....