Highlights of the Freedom Trail: Touring through the American Revolution Sites

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Audio tour
Audio tour in English
Route length: 5 miles
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Duration 2h - 3h
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After purchase, you will receive the link to download the app to take this tour
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With the in-app audio guide, you decide when to start, pause, and finish your tour
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  • You'll receive a self-guided audio tour right after booking
  • Follow this in-app audio tour to walk along the trail that catalyzed the formation of the U.S.
  • Feel the spirit of the glorious fight for independence every step the trail is imbued with
  • See the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the entire world
  • Visit the oldest public park in the U.S. and stand where the historical Liberty Tree was
  • Get to know about the two Founding Fathers of the United States especially revered by Bostonians
Walk with this in-app audio tour along the nation's path to independence and dive into the history of the U.S. Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States and is home to historical sites known as the Freedom Trail commemorating the American Revolution. On this tour, you will learn incredible facts from U.S. history and find out how the country got its independence. Your journey will start with a visit to the Bunker Hill Monument, the site of one of the first major battles between the Red Coats and the Patriots. You will see the spectacular Old North Church, which the Patriots used to warn their comrades across the river about the arrival of the British Army. While following the trail, you will hear the stories behind the two notable names in the American Revolution, Paul Revere and Samuel Adams. You will see the site of the Boston Massacre, one of the crucial events in the history of the Revolution when British soldiers shot several civilians in cold blood. After that, you will pass by Boston Latin School, the nation's oldest public school where a few signers of the Declaration of Independence used to study. Choose to visit Granary Burial Ground, where some of the notables of the Revolution are buried. The tour finishes at Liberty Tree, an area where once a large elm tree stood. This landmark considered the birthplace of the American Revolution, will surely give you goosebumps as you stand there.

What's included

  • Self-guided audio tour for your smartphone on the WeGoTrip app
  • Detailed route from stop to stop with live GPS map on your smartphone
  • Recommendations on the museums and places for history lovers
  • Earphones — you should use your own
  • Entrance tickets to attractions — you can visit them if you wish
  • Earphones and smartphone are not included – bring your own
  • In-person tour guide

Places you will visit

The route of the tour goes within circle
Bunker Hill Monument
Monument Square
Liberty Tree - Sons of Liberty
Boylston Street, 2
Download the app and the digital audio tour on your smartphone before the visit. You will find recommendations on how to get to the staring point in the first step of the tour. If you have any questions or need any assistance, please email us at support@wegotrip.com.
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Cheesepak
July 2022
5
Amazing history, you will love this if you have any interest at all in America's beginnings, my family spent about 8 hours on the trail and loved every minute of it, although towards the end we needed a few sit-down breaks for sure. Touring the Revere House and the USS Constitution were highlights for us. We love Boston!

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