Boston Walking Tour: Freedom Trail
This Boston Walking Tour is a trek along the Freedom Trail is a walk through Boston's past. Wind your way back into history and follow the trail traveled by the Patriots in their fight for independence. Visualize the scenes and listen to the echo of Patriots in their struggle to break away from British rule.
As you walk the Freedom Trail, you'll discover many of the sites that played an important role in the American Revolution. You'll be at the actual sites where historic events took place. Find out which government building nearly went to Chicago, and which historic building was used as a British riding school. And, which U.S. president once defended British soldiers involved in the Boston Massacre?
Every step you take on the Footsteps to Freedom walking tour gives you insight into Boston's colonial times. Some of the historic sites on this photographic journey are the Shaw Memorial, Park Street Church, Old Granary Burying Ground, King's Chapel, Old City Hall, Old Corner Bookstore, Old State House, Boston Massacre site and Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere's house, and Old North Church.
Let your photographs reveal the stories of American history.