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Private Walking tour of Boston's Freedom Trail and more!

Location Boston, Massachusetts, USA
$395.00
This is an experience gift voucher. The recipient will book the experience after they redeem the gift voucher.
Overview
There are many Freedom Trail tour options in Boston, but why be shuttled on a trolley tour or be limited by the route of a duck tour when you can see it all on a customized, tour with your own private guide. Our options are limitless as we can arrange a custom tour to fit your group's wishes. Our guides are the best in the business with many years of experience. Our tours are fun, factual and entertaining. Never boring!
Walking tour of Boston's Freedom Trail and more!
Tour guide
Language: English
Human tour guide
Duration: 3 hours
Availability depends on seasonality and number of participants. Bookings can not be made for the same day. Please read our TnC’s.

When giving as a gift, your recipient can choose a date at their convenience during a booking process. Otherwise, you can choose one after checkout and voucher redemption.
  • Private Tour Guide
  • Optional Admission to the Old North Church & Paul Revere House. We receive a very special low rate
Meeting point
Guides will be wearing a name tag or shirt with Boston Sightseeing Logo and will wait in front of the small building with a red stripe on the roof.
Return details
Lots of options for lunch or snack!
  • See Boston Common, New State House, Granary Burial Ground, Park Street Church, King's Chapel & Burial Ground, Scollay Square/Government Center, Old South Meeting House, First Public School site, Old City Hall, Old State House, Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway, Paul Revere's House, Old North Church, Copp's Hill Burial Ground, Haymarket, Boston Stone, Union Oyster House & so much more! (pass by)
  • Boston Common
    Established in 1634, Boston Common is America’s oldest public park. Puritan colonists purchased the land rights to the Common’s 44 acres from the first European settler of the area, Anglican minister William Blackstone.
  • Massachusetts State House
    Designed by Charles Bulfinch, the ‘new’ and current State House has served as the seat of Massachusetts government since its opening in 1798. Holding the legislative and executive branches, it sits adjacent to the former site of the historic Hancock mansion.
  • The church was founded in 1809, at the corner of Park and Tremont Streets, atop the site of Boston’s town grain storage building, or granary. Designed by Peter Banner, the 217 ft. steeple of Park Street Church was once the first landmark travelers saw when approaching Boston. (pass by)
  • Granary Burying Ground
    Established in 1660, some of America's most notable citizens and founding fathers rest here. Named for the 12,000-bushel grain storage building that was once next door, the historic burying ground has approximately 2,300 markers.
  • Statue of Benjamin Franklin
    Boston Latin School, founded on April 23, 1635, is the oldest public school in America. It offered free education to boys - rich or poor - while girls attended private schools at home. Until the completion of the schoolhouse in 1645, classes were held in the home of the first headmaster, Philemon Pormont. A mosaic and a statue of former student Benjamin Franklin currently marks the location of the original schoolhouse.
  • Old Corner Bookstore
    Constructed in 1718, the Old Corner Bookstore is downtown Boston’s oldest commercial building and was home to the 19th-century publishing giant Ticknor and Fields, producer of many venerable American titles including Thoreau’s Walden, Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, Longfellow's Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, and the Atlantic Monthly including Ward Howe's Battle Hymn of the Republic. Saved from demolition in 1960, the building’s leases help subsidize important historic preservation projects in Boston’s neighborhoods.
  • Where the Boston Tea Party began! This hall rang with words from Puritan sermons, public meetings, and the tea tax debates. (pass by)
  • Faneuil Hall Marketplace
    Often referred to as "the home of free speech" and the "Cradle of Liberty," Faneuil Hall hosted America's first Town Meeting. The Hall's vital role in revolutionary politics had not been part of its original plans, but it became home to an intricate collection of events that shaped the nation's history. Visit the adjacent marketplace home to many shops and eateries.
  • The Boston Stone
    Learn the tale of why a round rock is embedded in a wall of an 18th century building
  • Home the oldest continually operating restaurant in America and many other interesting sites along the road and nearby Marshal Street. (pass by)
  • The Paul Revere House
    On the night of April 18, 1775, silversmith Paul Revere left his small wooden home in Boston’s North End and set out on a journey that would ultimately make him a legend. Today that home is still standing at 19 North Square and has become a national historic landmark. It is downtown Boston’s oldest building and one of the few remaining 17th-century dwellings in a large urban area in the United States.
  • Old North Church & Historic Site
    The enduring fame of the Old North began April 18, 1775, when church sexton, Robert Newman climbed the steeple and held high two lanterns as a signal from Paul Revere that the British were marching to Lexington and Concord by sea across the Charles River and not by land. This fateful event ignited the American Revolution. Built in 1723, Christ Church in the City of Boston, known to all as the Old North Church, is Boston’s oldest surviving church building and most visited historical site.
  • Copp's Hill Burying Ground
    Named after shoemaker William Copp, Copp’s Hill Burying Ground is the final resting place and burying ground of merchants, artisans, and craftspeople who lived in the North End.
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.
  • This experience requires good weather.
    If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.
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    Private Walking tour of Boston's Freedom Trail and more!

    Location Boston, Massachusetts, USA
    $395.00
    This is an experience gift voucher. The recipient will book the experience after they redeem the gift voucher.
    How it works?
    01 You choose from 10 000+ experience gifts
    02 We deliver the eVoucher or the Physical box to the recipient
    03 Recipient books the experience and creates unforgettable memories!

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