Boston’s Freedom Trail

Many call Boston the very heart of the American Revolution. It was on this great American city’s streets that patriots first pushed back against British rule. The Boston Massacre, the Sons of Liberty, the Boston Tea Party, from where the British marched to Lexington and Concord, and from where Paul Revere rode to warn the Minute Men of their coming, all this took place in Boston.

The City of Boston has put together a fantastic walking tour of the many sites from the founding of America. So come along with me as we walk back in time, and discover where our fight for freedom began, on Boston’s Freedom Trail.

Samuel Adams statue in front of Faneuil Hall

PART I

PART II

The deck guns of Old Ironsides

PART III

PART IV

The Paul Revere statue with the old North Church in the background

PART V

PART VI



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