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Explore Revolutionary Boston (Part I)

Explore Revolutionary Boston (Part I)

Duration:2 hours total
Languages:Offered in English

About your host

I moved to Boston five years ago with a BA in U.S. History and Archaeology. Upon arrival, I became an Outreach Educator for the Paul Revere House (ca. 1680), one of the Freedom Trail's most-visited historic sites. I soon moved up to become the Visitor Services Manager for Old South Meeting House (ca. 1729), where the Boston Tea Party began. By 2015, I joined the National Park Service and spent two…
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What we’ll do

Boston's many historic landmarks are linked by a 2.5-mile brick line known as the Freedom Trail. Walking at a leisurely pace, we will follow this popular route—deviating into side alleyways to avoid crowds and visit hidden history—while I share with you the tumultuous story of Boston prior to the beginning of the American Revolution. As a former park ranger, I believe history is best shared as a…

What else you should know

Inputting "Brewer Fountain" to GoogleMaps provides an exact GPS location of the tour rally point. Upon arrival, look for your guide wearing the "Hub Town Tours" logo—we will NOT be in period costume!

What to bring

Comfortable walking shoes
Drinking water recommended
Weather-appropriate clothing

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Where you'll be

After many years leading tours along the Freedom Trail, I know numerous hidden routes in Boston and historical gems as we weave our way through town. Due to timing, however, we will not enter any historic locations, aside from Boston Common (ca. 1634) and the Granary Burying Ground (ca. 1660). Our tour will conclude in the heart of Boston at the Old State House (ca. 1713), with easy access to Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the tourism hub of Boston.

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Cancellation policy

Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase.

Communication policy

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Guest requirements

Up to 10 guests ages 10 and up can attend.

More tips

Inputting "Brewer Fountain" to GoogleMaps provides an exact GPS location of the tour rally point. Upon arrival, look for your guide wearing the "Hub Town Tours" logo—we will NOT be in period costume!
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history walk
Explore Revolutionary Boston (Part I)
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From $25/person
8 reviews
From $25/person