Freedom Trail is a indoor/outdoor historical extravaganza, a 2.5 mile ribbon of red paint linking 16 historical sites. All you need is a map and a pair of comfortable shoes and you can trace the events that shook Boston and lead up to the Revolutionary War. The National Park Service offers excellent 90-minute guided tours starting at the Boston National Historical Park Visitor Center. If you don't want to take a tour or want to do your own you can pick up maps and information here. Stops include the Old State House, Kings Chapel and burial ground, Faneuil Hall the Old North Church, Paul Revere's house, the site of the Boston Massacre, and the Copp's Hill Burial Ground. At the end of the trail in Charlestown, the Bunker Hill Monument and the U.S.S. Constitution await you. Informative and fun!
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Freedom Trail is located Boston in United States of America and it is one of the most important places in the city. Freedom Trail is attractive and it is America’s first historic walking tour, the Freedom Trail is a path that includes 16 of Boston’s most important Revolutionary War sites. Marked by a line of red paint,the trail starts at the Boston Common, the oldest park in the United States. Freedom Trail is beautiful historical and cultural sites you can take a walk .I enjoyed my visit and I invite to visit with your family, friends and lovely people.
Boston subway system is the first available subway of the USA in 1897. It consists of four lines and marked with red, orange, blue and green respectively. It's very convenient to take the subway and you are totally free from risk of getting lost. You can get to all attractions in Boston by subway.
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