The Freedom Trail®
How Long is the Freedom Trail?
The famous Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile red-brick trail through Boston’s historic neighborhoods that tells the story of the American Revolution. From the Old North Church to Faneuil Hall, and through resonant burying grounds, visit the temples and landmarks of the Revolutionary Era.
Images pictured above courtesy of The Freedom Trail Foundation
Freedom Trail Sites
Begin your journey at the Boston Common Visitor Information Center located at 139 Tremont Street and conclude at the USS Constitution in Charlestown.
- Boston Common
- Massachusetts State House
- Park Street Church
- Granary Burying Ground
- King's Chapel
- King's Chapel Burying Ground
- Benjamin Franklin Statue & Boston Latin School
- Old Corner Bookstore
- Old South Meeting House
- Old State House
- Site of Boston Massacre
- Faneuil Hall
- Paul Revere House
- Old North Church
- Copp's Hill Burying Ground
- Bunker Hill Monument
- USS Constitution
Freedom Trail Walking Tour Operators
Stop by a Visitor Information Center to purchase a ticket. Tours leave regularly from the red brick line in front of the Boston Common Visitor Center.
Boston Town Crier - Tours of Freedom Trail
Tour of the Freedom Trail by The Histrionic Academy
Freedom Trail is Pet-Friendly
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Activities & Events
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