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Freedom Trail
Suffolk County, MA 02109

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"45 minute Tour of the Freedom Trail, not the the 3 hour tour, then go back and spend time at the places along the trail you want to see."  See More

"There's the Freedom Trail that takes you to Revolutionary War sites like the Old North Church and Bunker Hill Monument."  See More

"The Freedom Trail is a good way to walk round all the historic sights"  See More

"Boston is a magnificent walking city, full of history and interesting architecture, so it is great fun to explore its neighborhoods on foot, including (as mentioned below) the North End (Italian), as well as the Back Bay and Freedom Trail anywhere else."  See More

"Among the things I know are wheelchair accessible are, Salem Maritime National Historic Site Huntington Theatre Company Museum of Science American Repertory Theater Boston Duck Tours Harvard Yard Freedom Trail John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum Harbor Street Chinatown Public Garden New England Aquarium Prudential Center Boston Fenway Park Boston Harbor Island Cruises Whale Watching Tours Where you may run into problems with accessibility are in some of the older, historic buildings."  See More

"I highly recommend the Freedom Trail."  See More

"Eat in the North End for fine Italian food, walk Freedom Trail, visit the museums in Boston and Cambridge and walk around Harvard University and MIT,"  See More

"Boston is always beautiful, it Is always a bit Cold and windy, buy you have many museums, arts gallerys, Harvard University, Hancock Street, Newbury St, Market Place Center ,Legal Sea Foods Freedom Trail."  See More

"Boston, one of my favorite cities, is an amazing historic place, the Freedom Trail, Waterfront."  See More

"Definitely visit the Freedom Trail and the USS Constitution if you're into history."  See More

"For starters do the Freedom Trail which takes you through the most important sites associated with the start of the American Revolution."  See More

"Here are somethings to consider: Freedom Trail (If you enjoy walking/biking - consists of 16 stops) Here's the"  See More

"See King's Chapel , Freedom Trail and the North End ."  See More

"Some ideas in no particular order: 1) Freedom Trail on a Segway 2) Faneuil Hall 3) Free Hatch Shell Concert !"  See More

"You can't miss the Freedom Trail which is also a very nice way to see the city Center!"  See More

"If you walk the Freedom Trail, you'll hit a bunch of them."  See More

"If I were to do one thing in Boston, I'd probably walk the Freedom Trail."  See More

"I love the New England Aquarium from that area you can take a sail boat for amazing views of Boston Horbor with Come Sail Away Now If you are more into museums there is the Museum of Fine Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art A typically tourist thing to do, and free to walk around would be to follow the Freedom Trail and visit Faneuil Hall for some amazing eats."  See More

"I've heard the Peter Pan bus or the china-town bus is the cheapest way to make the trip (."  See More

"On the Freedom Trail, King's Chapel is the oldest burial ground in Boston."  See More

"Treat yourself to a slice of pizza or cannoli at Mike's Pastry :) Walk the Freedom Trail See Faneuil Hall See Fenway Park - depending on the time of year, you can buy tickets to tour America's most loved ballpark."  See More

"In Boston - a must is the Freedom Trail."  See More

"You can walk the Freedom Trail and visit the Boston Common"  See More

"5 mile hike of the Freedom Trail 5) Tour the Fenway Park 6) Boston Duck Tours for fun Boston insights, great views of Boston and the lovely Charles river 7) Whale watching at Boston Harbor Cruises 8) New England Aquarium 9) Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University campuses 10) Copley Square 11) Harvard Square Tons of food options everywhere."  See More

"Sightseeing wise, you can do the Freedom Trail starting off from Boston Common and ending at Charlestown (but you can cut off at North End, where you'll also find lots of Italian Restaurants)."  See More

"It is reasonably priced and in a great location along the Freedom Trail."  See More

"The Freedom Trail is easy to follow, as it's marked down on the street."  See More

"Do the walking Freedom Trail-it has a yellow line painted on the sidewalk and takes you through the town, passing important places in our history-churches, graveyards, monuments and even historic bars."  See More

"And as a safe city, you can wander off The Freedom Trail to explore any neighborhood that interests you."  See More

"I only spent a couple days there and found the Freedom Trail a great way to cover lots of ground in a short time!"  See More

"Given that driving in Boston is tough, but walking in the relatively compact city is a treat, the trail is a great way to see the city especially if you are willing to pick and choose from the items on the Freedom Trail."  See More

"You can walk any part of the Freedom Trail including a shopping/eating stop at Faneuil Hall and historical stops at Old North Church, Old State House, and Paul Revere House."  See More

"If you are into US history, there is a line painted right on the streets/sidewalks for you to follow on the Freedom Trail."  See More

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