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Boston Freedom Trail Tour
Boston Massacre Monument is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

1. Boston Massacre Monument

8.7
State St. (at Congress St.), Boston, MA
Monumento / Punto di riferimento · Downtown Boston · 23 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: A circle of stones marks the site where on the evening of March 5, 1770, British soldiers fired on a mob of American colonists, killing five of them.

Bunker Hill Monument is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

2. Bunker Hill Monument

9.1
31 Monument Sq, Boston, MA
Monumento / Punto di riferimento · Thompson Square - Bunker Hill · 99 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: This monument commemorates the Battle of Bunker Hill, where the famous command "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes" was issued. The ambitious visitor may climb the 295 steps to the top.

Park Street Church is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

3. Park Street Church

1 Park St (at Tremont St), Boston, MA
Chiesa · Beacon Hill · 9 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in 1809-1810, gunpowder was stored in the basement during the War of 1812 & Samuel Francis Smith’s hymn, America (“My Country ‘Tis of Thee“) was sung here for the first time in 1831

Massachusetts State House is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

4. Massachusetts State House

1 Ashburton Pl, Boston, MA
Campidoglio · Beacon Hill · 49 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in 1798, the State House is widely acclaimed as one of the more magnificent buildings in the US. The golden dome, its most distinct feature, once made of wood, was most recently gilded in 1997.

5. Paul Revere House

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19 North Sq (at Moon St.), Boston, MA
Sito storico · North End · 62 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Starting from his home, Paul Revere set out on his famous midnight ride in 1775 to warn his compatriots that the British were coming. Built in 1680, it is one of the oldest houses in downtown Boston.

King's Chapel is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

6. King's Chapel

58 Tremont St (at School St.), Boston, MA
Chiesa · Downtown Boston · 13 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: The original King's Chapel was a wooden church built in 1688 on this land that had been part of the town’s oldest burying ground. It was the first Anglican church in Puritan Boston.

Benjamin Franklin Statue is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

7. Benjamin Franklin Statue

7.5
45 School St, Boston, MA
Monumento / Punto di riferimento · Downtown Boston · 6 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: The original school building was torn down in the mid-1700s; today, an 1856 statue by Richard Saltonstall Greenough of Franklin (who dropped out of Boston Latin) marks that location.

King's Chapel Burying Ground is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

8. King's Chapel Burying Ground

58 Tremont St (btwn Court St. & School St.), Boston, MA
Cimitero · Downtown Boston · 14 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: King's Chapel Burying Ground was founded in 1630 as the first cemetery in the city of Boston. It was Boston's only burial site for 30 years.

Old Corner Bookstore is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

9. Old Corner Bookstore

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3 School St (at Washington St), Boston, MA
Sito storico · Downtown Boston · 10 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: This historic structure, erected in the early 1700s, housed an influential publishing business and bookstore in the 1800s.

Old South Meeting House is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

10. Old South Meeting House

8.6
310 Washington St (at Milk St.), Boston, MA
Sito storico · Downtown Boston · 24 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in 1729, this was where some 5,000 colonists gathered on December 16, 1773, for a protest that culminated that night in the Boston Tea Party.

Old State House is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

11. Old State House

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206 Washington St (at State St), Boston, MA
Sito storico · Downtown Boston · 56 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Just outside the building, five men were among the first casualties in the Boston Massacre. The Declaration of Independence was proclaimed from the balcony in 1776.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

12. Faneuil Hall Marketplace

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1 S Market St (at Congress St & North St), Boston, MA
Sito storico · Downtown Boston · 200 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Faneuil Hall was built by artist John Smibert in 1742 in the style of an English country market, with an open ground floor and an assembly room. The hall burned down in 1761 but was rebuilt in 1762.

13. The Old North Church

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193 Salem St (at Hull St), Boston, MA
Chiesa · North End · 55 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in 1723, this church, Boston’s oldest, played a role in Paul Revere’s famous ride on April 18, 1775.

Copp's Hill Burying Ground is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

14. Copp's Hill Burying Ground

8.7
21 Hull St. (btwn Salem & Snow Hill), Boston, MA
Cimitero · North End · 17 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Dating from 1659, Copp's Hill was Boston’s largest colonial burying ground. Cotton Mather of the Salem Witch Trials rests here, and the British used the hill during the Battle of Bunker Hill in 1775.

USS Constitution is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

15. USS Constitution

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Charlestown Navy Yard (at Constitution Rd), Boston, MA
Barca o traghetto · Thompson Square - Bunker Hill · 73 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in Boston and launched in 1797, this is the oldest commissioned warship still afloat. In the early 1800s, the 44-gun Constitution fought Barbary pirates off the coast of North Africa.

Boston Common is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

16. Boston Common

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Tremont St (btwn Beacon & Charles St), Boston, MA
Parco · Beacon Hill · 263 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: The Common was used for public hangings up until 1817. In early 1965, 100 people gathered here to protest the Vietnam War, & speeches have been given here by Martin Luther King Jr & Pope John Paul III

Granary Burying Ground is one of Boston Freedom Trail Tour.

17. Granary Burying Ground

120 Tremont St (at Beacon St), Boston, MA
Cimitero · Beacon Hill · 50 consigli e recensioni

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in 1660, this cemetery is the final resting place of notable figures of the American Revolution, including Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, Boston Massacre victims & Elizabeth "Mother Goose" herself.