Boston’s Freedom Trail is a collection of museums, city parks, historic sites, graveyards and even a massive frigate ship affectionately called “Old Ironsides.” All of these fascinating sites are connected over a 2.5 mile long trail that winds its way through the heart of Boston.
Paul Revere's three story home is located in Boston’s North End or “Little Italy”. Built in 1680 and is the original home and not a replica. It’s the oldest house in Boston. Paul Revere didn’t grow up in the house, rather he lived in it from 1770 to 1800.
Every year in October, Salem hosts "Haunted Happenings," a series of events that showcase the town's supernatural side; best experienced on a Self-guided walking tour of Salem, MA. Local shops show off their scariest wares. There's street fairs and open-air markets all month long.
The Freedom Trail is a highlight reel of Boston’s most influential historical spots. There are 16 sites on the Freedom Trail. This includes museums, public parks, gravesites, statues and even a three masted frigate ship from 1790! All of these locations are connected by a 2.5 mile long trail that winds through the heart of Boston. The trail is marked on sidewalks and city streets with a red line made with brick or paint.
When you're traveling, photography is an essential part of the trip. While on a San Francisco tour, you can't miss your chance to document the Golden Gate Bridge in person! You're not alone: the Golden Gate is the most photographed bridge in the entire world!
Almost any long stretch of road in America boasts its own ghost story. From undead women thumbing rides only to disappear in the back seat to phantom dogs, cats, and even cars. What you may not have heard of, however, are the Ghost Trees on the 17-Mile Drive tour, California.
San Francisco is a fantastic travel destination, jam-packed with famous landmarks and iconic visuals, especially film buffs. But which ones are worth visiting on your San Francisco tour? Here are seven favorite attractions on the San Francisco tour, which you might have seen on the silver screen!