Per Tour 1 - 2 Hours
One Per Person
Per Tour 1+ Mile
Per Tour 15+
At Your Own Pace
Welcome to the Freedom Trail & Bunker Hill Walking Tours Bundle
Experience the rich history of Boston and its role in the American Revolution with the Freedom Trail & Bunker Hill Walking Tours bundle. Explore the 16 official sites of the Freedom Trail, such as Boston Common, Old North Church, Faneuil Hall, and more, with our self-guided tours and hear stories of rebellion, heroism, and intrigue. You will also visit the Bunker Hill Monument and the USS Constitution, where you can learn about the war’s first major battle and the world’s oldest commissioned warship. This is a great way to immerse yourself in Boston’s historic and storied past while enjoying its scenic views.
About the Freedom Trail Tour
Walk in the footsteps of Revolutionary War heroes, discover the story of Paul Revere’s Midnight Ride, and relive the fight for American Independence with a self-guided tour of the Boston Freedom Trail! Journey back in time to historic Boston in George Washington, Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, and their revolutionary collaborators. On the Boston Freedom Trail self-guided tour, you will learn about everything from Boston Common (the heart of colonial Boston) to Bunker Hill (the site of the first Revolutionary War battle) — and everything in between! This is one of our bestselling tours on TripAdvisor, Expedia, and Viator.
About the Bunker Hill Monument Tour
Relive the famous Battle of Bunker Hill with this thrilling tour of the Bunker Hill Monument. Stroll around this urban park as you listen to a blow-by-blow rendition of the battle that defined the American Revolution. Hear about Colonel William Prescott’s heroism, the British commanders’ critical errors, and the bravery of America’s ragtag militiamen. Then, climb to the top of the monument itself for incredible views of Boston!
Discover the True Beauty of Boston:
Explore the world-famous sights of Boston with this Ultimate Boston Self-Guided Walking Tours Bundle. Get a comprehensive view of the city’s history, culture, and architecture as you embark on a self-guided tour through some of the most iconic landmarks in Boston. Take control of your exploration and pause at your favorite spots. You can easily plan your perfect trip to Boston.
Where to start?
Tour Starting Addresses:
Freedom Trail from Boston Common: Boston Common, 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111, USA
Freedom Trail from Bunker Hill: Bunker Hill Monument
Bunker Hill Monument: 43 Monument Sq, Charlestown, MA 02129
How does it work?
- Once you book a tour, you’ll get a text/email with instructions.
- Download the app (while in good wifi/signal) and use your unique password to access your tours.
- To begin touring, go to the starting point and launch the app.
- The audio starts automatically once you reach the starting point. Stick to the tour route & speed limit for the best experience.
- Please note that no one will meet you at the starting point.
Preview The Tour
The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile-long path through downtown Boston that passes by 16 historically significant sites related to the American Revolution.
At the Bunker Hill Monument, you can see a tall granite obelisk that commemorates the Battle of Bunker Hill, a crucial early battle in the American Revolution.
Yes, the Boston Freedom Trail is worth it for history enthusiasts and anyone interested in exploring the city’s revolutionary past. It offers insights into the American Revolution and showcases iconic landmarks.
The best way to experience the Freedom Trail in Boston is to walk it at your own pace, stopping at each site to read plaques and immerse yourself in the history. Consider using a guidebook or a mobile app for additional information.
Yes, visitors can climb the 294 steps to the observation deck of the Bunker Hill Monument for panoramic views of Boston and its surroundings.
Boston is known for its seafood, particularly its clam chowder, lobster rolls, and fresh oysters. The city is also famous for its baked beans, Boston cream pie, and Fenway Franks.
The Freedom Trail is a “highlights reel” of Boston historical markers, museums, churches, and a ship informing visitors about Boston’s Revolutionary History. Click here read our blog.
The Freedom Trail can be explored on your own as a self-guided walking tour. You can follow the marked trail and use resources to learn about each historic site.
The Boston Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile trail that winds its way through the heart of Boston. You can take a self-guided tour of the Boston Freedom Trail, the best way to experience the historical sites.
Walking the entire Freedom Trail typically takes around 2 to 3 hours, depending on how much time you spend at each site and your walking pace.
Walking the Freedom Trail itself is free, but some of the individual historic sites along the trail may have admission fees.
The answer is a resounding yes! The Freedom Trail is a near-perfect way to introduce kids to Boston’s revolutionary war history. Boston’s favorite attraction allows the kids to be active as they walk from site to site.
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Inclusions and Exclusions
- App on your phone: A link to download the Action Tour Guide App and Password for your tours.
- Flexible schedule: Use any day, any time. Travel over multiple days or on next trip. Never expires.
- Easy to use: Stories play automatically by GPS. Hands-free. Get HELP all day: Call, Chat, or Email.
- At your own pace: No group. Take breaks for photos/ snacks/hikes. Go at your own pace.
- Offline use: No cell signal or wifi required. Offline GPS Map & route. Stop-to-stop direction.
- Don’t miss a thing: Full itinerary, travel tips, professionally narrated videos, text, and hidden gems.
- Transportation, parking fees, food, and drinks.
- Entry tickets or reservations to any attractions along the route.
- Car Rental: Please arrange a rental car at the closest airport or train station.