A sightseeing trail around the city covering all the most iconic monuments.
The path of freedom
The Freedom Trail is the city’s most popular sightseeing walk. It is based around downtown Boston and is about 2.5 miles long (just 4 kilometres). If you complete the trail you’ll have seen 16 of the city’s most famous sights, including museums, meeting houses, churches, cemeteries and many other architectural and historical treasures. It includes the Old State House, the Paul Revere House and the Old South Meeting House, along with many other key historical sites. Thanks to this sightseeing walk, you’ll gain a first-hand account of the great revolutionary feats that characterised the city’s inhabitants. It’s not called the Freedom Trail for nothing… Allow at least two hours to complete the trail, which is marked by a red brick path.