Located in the heart of Boston, The Freedom Trail is a two and a half mile trail of historical locations throughout the area. Designated by Hillary Clinton in 2000 as a Millennium Trail, the red brick path strolls past 16 unique historic landmarks dotted around the city. Visitors can take a self-guided tour at no charge, or pay for a tour guide in full costume and character. An iconic Boston landmark, more than 3 million people visit The Freedom Trail each year.
Guided tours run from 10:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
Most sites are free. Guided tour prices vary.
Historic Holiday Stroll, Pirates and Patriots, Walk into History
Self Guided Tours
Freedom Trail Sites
The trail has 16 historical sites including Boston Common, The Paul Revere House, Bunker Hill Monument, USS Constitution and more.
Educational programs and tours are offered for all age groups on the Freedom Trail, with tour guides in
18th century costumes.