Private Walking Tour of Boston Freedom Trail for Families in Boston, MA

Travel CuriousAt Brewer Fountain in Boston CommonBoston, MA 02108
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Recall the stories from the rich history of Boston City on this private walking tour! On this urban adventure, groups will walk through the miles and beloved landmarks that run across the Boston Freedom trail, visit the Granary Burying Grounds, enjoy snacks at the Boston Public Market, tour inside the Paul Revere House and see the famed USS Constitution.

up to 3 hrs 1 to 12 people

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Boston Travel Experts
  • Hear about the history of the Boston Freedom Trail and its surrounding areas on this walking tour!
  • This entire tour is 3 hours long in duration.
  • Tour is suitable for history buffs of all ages. Families are welcome to join.
  • Entrance to the Paul Revere House and a small local snack at the Boston Public Market are included.
  • This is an exclusive guided walking tour.


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Explore the Revolutionary War from its very first day on a full-day driving tour from Boston to Lexington and Concord.

Begin with bookends of the war in Boston, with visits to Bunker Hill and Dorchester Heights. Stop by Cambridge, where two of America’s famous universities (MIT and Harvard) are based, and Tory Row, where the loyalists to the Crown had their stately homes.

Visit Washington’s Boston Headquarters at Longfellow House in Cambridge. From there, you’ll hop back in your car for a trip to Lexington and Concord, where your guide will tell you the real story about the ‘shot heard round the world and Paul Revere’s famous ride. While in the towns, you’ll explore Sleepy Hollow Cemetery Lexington Green, Walden Pond, and several other notable sites from the war.

Your six-hour tour ends back in Boston, where your guide will drop you off at your hotel or somewhere central, where you can enjoy your evening.
Step back in time to the days when America was a collection of colonies, obligated to pay taxes to the English Crown. Immerse yourself in the colonial experience, the frustrations of the patriots, and the fears of the loyalists. This tour will bring to life the places you learned about in your history classes, and give you the chance to remember the famed moments, while also challenging the nostalgic, hackneyed stories that don’t quite capture the full reality of the revolutionary period.

Whether you’re a history aficionado or someone who is curious about the war but also curious to explore the towns aside from their history, your driver guide will be perfectly able to tailor the itinerary for you, giving you plenty of time to ask questions or to walk through the towns and browse as well.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Private Walking Tour of Boston Freedom Trail for Families

Where is the meeting point for this Travel Curious tour?

You will be meeting your guide for the Boston Freedom Trail for Families Tour near the Brewer Fountain, Freedom Trail, Boston, MA 02108, or as advised on your e-ticket. Please be at the location 10-15 minutes prior to your tour.

How long is this Travel Curious tour?

The entire Boston Freedom Trail for Families Tour lasts for 3 hours long.

What is included in the tour package?

You will be given entrance tickets to the Paul Revere House, a small local snack, a local English-speaking guide, and an expertly guided walking tour. This tour is suitable for families who want to learn about culture & history. Their tours are all given in English, but numerous guides may speak other languages. Please contact the number provided on the e-ticket to see if they can accommodate any special requests!

What landmarks will we be visiting at the Boston Freedom Trail?

You will be seeing and touring the following areas: (1) The Boston Freedom Trail and outside any of the 16 landmarks of interest (2) Boston Common to view its scenic green recreation place (3) Granary Burying Ground, burial grounds of Sam Adams, John Hancock, Paul Revere, and more. (4) Boston Public Market for a drink and light snack (provided) (5) Inside the Paul Revere house, a National Historic Landmark (6) Outside the USS Constitution where the tour ends

Is transportation included?

This is a family-friendly, guided walking tour along the Freedom Trail and neighboring landmarks. Transportation is not included in the tour.

Is parking provided?

No, but there are multiple parking garages and street parking available near departure point. One of which is the Boston Common Garage which charges according to length of stay, time of the day, and day of the week. Visit their website or call their customer service hotline for more information. You can also contact the phone number on your e-ticket to ask for advise on how to get to the departure point via car or public transport.

Are there any physical restrictions for this walking tour?

This tour is suitable for all ages. All guests must be at moderate physical fitness as the majority of the Boston Freedom Trail tour will be spent walking.

What should I bring?

Bring your camera and cash on hand for any other purchases or gratuities(optional)!

What should I wear?

Wear comfortable clothing on this Travel Curious tour. Wearing casual clothing and comfortable shoes is recommended.

How many people are on a tour?

This is a private walking tour and your group! All of their private tours are 100% exclusive, which means that it will just be you, your group and your guide on the tour.

How does Travel Curious ensure the quality of their guides?

All tour guides currently active go through a vetting process in which they carry out interviews, check previous reviews and employers references if applicable. More importantly, they make sure that these guides provide an excellent experience for the guests.