Length : 2.5 miles/ 4 km
Year of Establishment : 1951
Number of Sites : 16
Suggested Duration : 90 minutes (Official tour) to 5 hours (Self)
Cost of the Official Tour : USD 14 for adults & USD 8 for children
Pet Friendly : yes
Parking : There is parking available near Boston Common, Faneuil Hall and Charlestown
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Freedom Trail is a famous 2.5-mile red line which recites the story of bygone times to its visitors. With 16 official sites, Freedom Trail has a lot to offer, especially to history buffs. These sites range from meeting houses and burying grounds to Churches and Chapels. You can either opt for a paid guided tour or get a map of the train and explore the sites on your own. The highlights of Freedom Trail are Faneuil Hall, Bunker Hill monument, Old State House Museum and the Old North Church.
Established in 1951, the Freedom Trail was built mainly in red brick to provide people with a single pedestrian trail that would connect the various historical sites of the city. The City of Boston's Freedom Trail Commission is responsible for the maintenance of this trail that highlights key events of the American Revolution. In order to make it easier to identify the 16 sites, some of which include Faneuil Hall, Park Street Church, Old Corner Bookstore, they are marked on the floor with the Freedom Trail plaque.
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