Freedom Trail

Boston

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What you will do

Lessons on Liberty™ provides affordable 90-minute walking tours of Boston’s Freedom Trail. From Boston Common to Faneuil Hall, Lessons on Liberty tours will captivate, educate, and enrich your Boston experience. Discuss and debate the events of the American Revolution with a classically trained historian. Learn little known facts and details about the Stamp Act, Boston Massacre, the Destruction of the Tea, the Battle of Lexington and Concord, the Battle of Bunker Hills, the Siege of Boston, and the 1776 evacuation of the British. Find out what was really in the hearts and minds of the citizens of colonial Boston, who pledged their lives and fortunes for the cause of liberty!
We generally follow Boston’s Freedom Trail for about two miles, including the following historic sites: Boston Common, Granary Burial Ground, Kings Chapel & Burial Ground, Boston Latin School (original site), Old South Meeting House, Towne House (Old State House), Boston Massacre Site, Faneuil Hall, and other selected sites upon request. All tours start at the Boston Common Visitors Center, 148 Tremont Street.

Essentials

Availability

Daily: Mon-Fri 10 am, 1:30 pm, 2:30 pm; Weekend 10 am, 12:30 pm, 1:30 pm

Duration

1 hour 30 minutes

Activitiy Location

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Provided by

Lessons on Liberty

Lessons on Liberty was founded by people engaged in the “living history” hobby of portraying the Revolutionary War period, 1765-1783. Dressed in historically correct 18th century clothes, our living historians/reenactors accurately portray life in provincial Boston. We were founded with a genuine dedication to bring you accurate educational tours based on factual historical research.

Our founder, Gary Gregory, has reenacted the battle of Lexington and Concord, the Battle of Monmouth, Battle of Road Island, Strawberry Banke, and Saratoga as a reenactor. He has also volunteered at Minuteman National Park. Gary has produced the annual Boston Tea Party for the Old South Meeting House in Boston and is a member of the Committee for the Boston Massacre Reenactment. He is a member of the Tenth Massachusetts Continental Regiment who are known for historical exactness in their reenactment of this Revolutionary War regiment. Most recently, Gary opened The Printing Office of Edes & Gill, the only colonial printing experience located along the Freedom Trail.

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  • The coupon will be valid for 12 months from the purchase date.
  • General cancellation policy applies.
  • This coupon is under general terms and conditions.


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