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National Park Service Rangers lead a free 90 minute walking tour along the heart of Boston's Freedom Trail where you can learn about Boston's role in the American Revolution.
National Park Service Rangers lead a free 90 minute walking tour along the heart of Boston's Freedom Trail where you can learn about Boston's role in the American Revolution. Each tour is limited to 30 people on a first-come first-serve basis; reservations are not accepted.
1 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston, MA, United States
Fanueil Hall was built in 1742 as an old market building at the town dock, but later went on to become an integral part of the American Revolution
The Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts is the oldest chartered military organization in North America, first chartered in 1638
The Freedom Trail is a 2
The Fanueil Hall Marketplace has a conglomeration of shops, a variety of restaurant types, and bars across several buildings
Boston City Hall is infamous for its Brutalist architecture style, which broke with the tradition of monumental buildings for government offices
The New England Holocaust Memorial is dedicated to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust
The Old State House is the former seat of government in Boston and the oldest surviving building here dating back to 1713
The Post Office Square Park offers a transquil spot for relaxation in the Financial District
The Old City Hall in Boston is one of the oldest French Second Empire style buildings in USA, and was the seat of the city council from 1865 to 1969
The Irish Famine Memorial is a small park with bronze statues and 8 granite plaques on the Freedom Trail commemorating the 1845 Irish potato famine, that was built on the 150th anniversary of the famine