Boston Massachusetts Freedom Trail

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Boston is one of America’s most amazing history cities, and any visit there should include a walk along Boston’s Freedom Trail.   The trail is a walk down Boston and therefore America’s colonial history, and unlike most “trails” this one is physically defined by red bricks that are actually embedded in the sidewalk.      One can start at the beginning, middle or end of the trail and make their way through the now mostly modern streetscapes of Boston, stopping as long as you like at the many historical  sites along the trail.

Here, from the Freedom Trail’s official website, is more information about each of the featured sites.

The Boston Massachusetts Freedom Trail:

The Boston Common
The State House
Park Street Church
Granary Burying Ground
King’s Chapel
King’s Chapel Burying Ground
Benjamin Franklin Statue/Boston Latin School
Old Corner Book Store
Old South Meeting House
Old State House
Site of the Boston Massacre
Faneuil Hall
Paul Revere House
The Old North Church
Copp’s Hill Burying Ground
Bunker Hill Monument
USS Constitution

For more about visiting Boston you’ll also want to visit the Boston Visitor Bureau official website here:  Bostonusa.com


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