Freedom Trail

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An integral artery of downtown Boston, Freedom Trail is a winding red ribbon coursing through some of the most significant landmarks of the country. Dotted along the trail's course is a troupe of sites which have been the brewing grounds for iconic events like the Boston Tea Party and Paul Revere's Midnight Ride. Conceived in 1921, this red-brick trail functions like an endearing locus of of nationally-significant monuments. Upheld by the Boston National Historic Park and the Freedom Trail Commission, Freedom Trail is dotted by a tracery of churches, graveyards and buildings commanding monumental significance. Some of the important sites studded on the trail are the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, Old North Church, Old South Meeting House, USS Constitution, Copp's Hill Burial Ground and Paul Revere's House. The trail often commences from Boston Common, meandering up to the Bunker Hill Monument. Voyaging proudly through the city's capacious expanse, the Freedom Trail tells stirring tales of the country's glorious past.

Location:  204 Freedom Trail