Join us on a 90 minute walking tour and learn about the inspiring history of Boston on The Tour of The Freedom Trail.
Traverse through the graveyards and sites of the Boston's history including the Tea Party and The Boston Massacre with a costumed historical interpreter.
The Tour of The Freedom Trail strives for inclusivity, regardless of abilities.
Wheelchairs and strollers:
The entirety of the Tour of the Freedom Trail is wheelchair accessible.
This tour is conducted at a leisurely pace, but guests must be able to move and stop for the entire duration of a 90 minute tour to get the full experience.
Guests who require hearing, sight, or other accommodations are encouraged to contact us beforehand. With enough notice we can provide most guests the full experience.
Call 978-741-1170 by 6pm on the day prior to your scheduled tour. Rescheduling is pending availability. At 6pm on the day prior to your scheduled tour, reservations become final and cannot be changed, rescheduled, altered, credited or refunded.
What should I expect from the tour?
You should expect a full-coverage, unscripted look at the Boston's Revolutionary History with a costumed historical interpreter. The tour will visit all of the historic spots on the Freedom Trail between Boston Common and Faneuil Hall.
How long is the tour?
90 minutes. This is only an estimate and can change slightly.
How much walking is it?
Our walking tour is designed to be an easy stroll. Although the tour is about 90 minutes, it is only approximately 1 mile of walking.
Where does Tour of the Freedom Trail meet?
The Boston Common Visitor Center at 139 Tremont Street. Visit our directions and
Parking page for more detailed information.
Is this a family-friendly tour?
Yes. This tour is great for adults and children of all ages.
How early should I arrive?
15 minutes is perfect. Tours leave promptly on time, guests who are late risk missing out on a great experience.
The Histrionic Academy family of tours was started in Boston by a few dedicated tour guides.
Decades later the company has expanded to provide tours and experiences in Boston, Salem and Plymouth.
Photo Credit: Jason Perry, Goodnight Scholars Program/History At Play TM, LLC