Walk the Freedom Trail

Massachusetts Freedom Trail, Boston, MA, United States

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Easy, historic urban trail shows you some of the highlights of downtown Boston.

Park along the trail and then hop on. Like a stroll through a history lesson.

You can park at: Boston Common Parking Garage: 0 Charles Street, Boston, MA 02116.

Faneuil Hall F75 State Street Garage: 5 Broad Street, Boston, MA 02109.

Charlestown Navy Yard and Bunker Hill Monument Parking Garage; 88 Constitution Road, Charlestown, MA.

See more at: http://www.thefreedomtrail.org/plan-trip/directions.shtml#parking

Photos: Terretta, GoldenEye Photography, Derek Oyen

Pack List

  • Water
  • Camera
  • Layers (depending on weather)
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Skill Level:



Year Round

Trail Type:



2.9 Miles

Elev. Gain:

121 Feet



Dog Friendly
Family Friendly
Food Nearby
Handicap Accessible

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5 months ago

A Must Do

It's pretty touristy, but as a Massachusetts native I highly recommend walking this if not just for the experience.

5 months ago

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