Religious Heritage, Museums / Culture, City
Kid Friendly: Yes. Children are welcome on the tour but the information on the tour is directed toward the adults.
This can be done by someone in a wheelchair but there must be someone to assist them.
Maximum travelers: 10
The Freedom Trails Greatest Hits.
On this 90 minute tour learn where and how the crucial events of the Revolution occurred in Boston. The walk is from Paul Revere's House to the Old South Meeting House. Included are talks on The Stamp Act Riots, The gangs of Boston, The Boston Massacre, The Boston Tea Part, The spy networks and Paul Revere's Midnight ride. The roles of John Hancock and Samuel Adams are discussed as well. There is no hurry on the tour, if discussions and photos run over time, that is fine.
In 90 minutes hear the stories of how Boston ignited the revolution. While seeing the old city, you will hear the stories of the Stamp Act Riots, The Boston Massacre, The Boston Tea Party and Paul Revere's midnight ride.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: The Thinking Cup, 236 Hanover Street, Boston. It is near the start of the tour. The guide will be sitting in the front with a Tours By Locals decal.
For groups of one, two or three, for an additional 175.00 pick up and drop off can be done in the Boston area as a custom tour.
End location: Old South Meeting House, 310 Washington St., in Downtown crossing.
Duration: 1 hour 30 min.
If there are questions for discussion or photos are taken, it is fine if the time goes over 90 minutes.
walking one mile, no significant hills. For groups of one, two or three. Private transport can be added in a customized tour.
The tour guides services are included on the tour.
There will be places to stop for coffee or water along the walk.
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Ted was an excellent guide. His descriptions of the characters and places of the American Revolution in Boston made the history come alive as we walked the streets and allies where it all took place. He was super-knowledgeable but never pedantic, and his style and depth worked equally well with history minded adults as it did with our five teenagers. We've worked with a number of guides in many different places, and Ted is among the best.