Freedom Trail Foundation
Great Elm Site
A plaque marks the site of the Old Elm that stood here for more than 200 years. History has it that Ann Hibbens was hanged on the branch...
This bronze beauty dates to 1868, when it was gifted to the city of Boston by wealthy merchant Gardner Brewer. After a recent...
We’re not sure if America’s first public park is home to its first playground, but rest assured, it has a huge playscape with swings,...
This lavish theater has been restored to its 1928 glory, complete with mural-painted ceiling, gilded molding and plush velvet curtains....
This dim, inviting bar is a perfect place to settle in for a Dark & Stormy on a dark and stormy night. The fare is bar food like...
Freedom Trail Foundation information
This educational nonprofit group leads excellent tours of the Freedom Trail, broken up into bite-size portions (eg Boston Common to Faneuil Hall, North End, etc). Frequent departures from Faneuil Hall and Boston Common make this a convenient option. Tour guides are in period costume, for whatever that's worth.