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-> Post Arrival your Day Starts Visiting Boston Common
This large green space is the starting point on the Freedom Trail, a route through the city which passes by 16 points which played a role in US history. Boston Common is the oldest park in the city having been established in 1634.
Visit Duration : 15 Minutes
Category : Parks & Gardens
Address : Bound by Tremont, Beacon, Charles, Park and Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02108, USA; Freedom ...

-> Then 0.6 KM, 8 min walking Towards Massachusetts State House
The State House was designed by Charles Mulfinch and completed in 1798 constructed on John Hancock’s former cow pasture on Beacon Hill. The State House still serves as the place where Massachusetts representatives, senators and the governor meet to do business.
Visa Duration ; 15 Minutes
Category : Landmarks
Address : 24 Beacon Street, Boston, MA 02114, USA

Then 0.7 Km ,9 Min Walking Towards Granary Burial Ground
This cemetery is one of the 16 Freedom Trail sites which relate to US history; the burial ground was founded in 1660 and here you can find some of the city’s most famous historic figures laid to rest. The cemetery gets its name from the building for grain storage which stands next to it.
Visit Duration : 15 Minutes
Category :Cemeteries
Address : 99 Tremont Place, Boston, MA 02108, USA (between Park and School Streets)
->Next 0.2 KM, 3 min walking towards King's Chapel and Burial Ground
This site is one of the 16 stops along the Freedom Trail which pin points significant landmark events on the US’s path to independence. The burial ground is located alongside King’s Chapel; it was the city’s first cemetery established in 1630 and was the final resting place for many famous historical figures
Visit Duration : 15 minutes
Category : Religious Sites
Address : 58 Tremont Street, Tremont and School Streets, Boston, MA 02108, USA
->Moving Ahead with walk to First Public School/Benjamin Franklin Statue
Along the Freedom Trail of significant locations in Boston related to the country’s history is the Benjamin Franklin (1706-1790) Statue. The brilliant author, statesman, inventor, scientist and printer was born in Boston. Among Franklin’s many achievements like inventing the lightning rod and founding the American Philosophy
Visit Duration : 15 minutes
Category : Landmarks
Address : 45 School Street, Boston, MA 02108, USA
-> 0.2Km, 3 minutes Old South Meeting House
Not to be confused with the Old South Church on Boylston Street this is also a National historical Monument. This meeting house on Milk and Washington Street is best known as the place where the Boston Tea Party was planned. It is an important colonial landmark and a stop along the famous Freedom Trail.
Visit Duration : 15 minutes
Category : Historic Sites
Address : 310 Washington Street, Boston, MA
->0.2Km , 3 minutes away you move towards Old State House Museum
This building is one of the highlights of the Freedom Trail as a significant location of events relating to the American Revolution. For 300 years the State House was the central point of the city’s community. After its construction in 1713 it became the home of the Massachusetts General Court until 1798.
Visit Duration : 15 minutes
Category : Museums
Address : 206 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02109, USA
->The Ahead moving to Boston Massacre Site
The Boston Massacre or Incident on King Street (now State Street), occurred on March 5th 1770. British soldiers killed 5 civilians and injured another six. Patriots Paul Revere and Samuel Adams used the incident to fuel the hatred of the British among the settled colonial population.
Visit Duration : 15 Minutes
Category :Landmarks
Address :Freedom Trail, Boston, MA 02109, USA; intersection of Devonshire and State Street.
O.4km, 5Min Moving to Faneuil Hall and Faneuil Marketplace
This hub of activity is four attractions in one – the historic Faneuil Hall and the restored 19th century buildings behind the hall which now hold the Faneuil Hall Marketplaces. There is the Quincy Market (built in 1826 with Greek-Revival architecture), South Market, North Market and the historic Faneuil Hall (1742) .
Visit Duration : 15 Minutes
Category : Historic Sites
Address : Faneuil Hall Marketplace, 4 South Market Street, Boston, MA 02109, USA/ 5 Broad Street .
O.7km, 9Min Moving to Paul Revere House
This historic house is best known as the former home of American Revolution hero Paul Revere. It is the oldest surviving structure from the Revolution era in downtown Boston. The house is part of the Freedom Trail and is the only residence on the Trail which connects landmark locations from the American Revolution.
Visit Duration : 15 Minutes
Category : Historic Sites
Address : 19 North Square, Boston, MA 02113, USA
O.4km, 5Min Moving to Old North Church
The official name of this historic church is Christ Church and it is still a functioning church of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. It is the oldest church in the city having been completed in 1723.
Visit Duration : 15 Minutes
Category : Religious Sites
Address : 193 Salem Street, Boston, MA 02113, USA; (The Clough House - 21 Unity Street).
O.2km, 2Min Moving to Copp’s Hill Burying Ground
This site is on the Freedom Trail, a route through the city of Boston which stops at a number of landmark locations where important events took place in the forming of the nation. The burial ground is located near the Old North Church and it was the 2nd cemetery to be established in the city in 1659.
Visit Duration : 15 Minutes
Category : Cemeteries
Address : Hull and Snowhill Streets, MA 02113, USA .
1.5km, 20Min Moving to Bunker Hill Monument
This monument commemorated the Battle of Bunker Hill which took place on June 17, 1775. It was the first large scale battle of the American Revolution. It was at this battle that colonialist Colonel William Prescott said “Don’t fire until you see the whites of their eyes.”
Visit Duration : 15 Minutes
Category : Landmarks
Address : Monument Square, Charlestown, MA, USA

O.7km, 10 Min Moving to USS Constitution Museum and ship
The USS Constitution museum and ship are run by separate organizations but they stand alongside each other so can easily be visited at the same time. Visitors to the ship are on a first-come-first-serve basis during operating hours.
Visit Duration : 15 Minutes
Category : Historic Sites
Address : Museum: Charlestown Navy Yard, Building 22, Charlestown, MA, 02129; Ship: (in dry dock for ...