Boston's Best Walking And
Photo Tour Of The American
Revolution! It All Began Here!

What Is Freedom Without Liberty?
There Is No Freedom Without Liberty!

Liberty Trail Boston offers a historical walking tour along Boston's Freedom Trail, and also a published guidebook to Boston's history in the Revolution. Liberty Trail Boston’s friendly tour guides offer guests a fun and educational experience.


Paul Revere Statue

On April 18th, 1775, Revere made the most famous ride of his life, to Lexington, to warn patriot leaders about the British regular troops marching their way.


Samuel Adams Grave

“For if our Trade may be taxed why not our Lands? Why not the Produce of our Lands & everything we possess or make use of? This will reduce us to the miserable State of tributary Slaves!.” Samuel Adams


The Old State House

The Governor, The House of Representatives, and The Supreme Court for Massachusetts all presided here in Colonial Days. The first opposition to tyranny under King George III took place here. The Declaration of Independence was read for the people of Massachusetts from the Balcony.


Liberty Trail Boston’s walking and photo tour brings the cause for Liberty alive! Samuel Adams, John Adams, John Hancock, Ben Franklin, Paul Revere, Joseph Warren, James Otis Jr., Oxenbridge Thatcher, and Henry Knox lead the conflict to create a new nation.

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Liberty Trail Walking and Photo Tour

  • 4 1/2 hr
  • $69 PP


It will be a group tour starting at 11:00 am
$69 per person for a 4 1/2 hr tour!

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“I mean to say that Boston is what she is today because the past is physically as well as traditionally a part of her modern life.”
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