The Freedom Trail has three visitor information centers located at Boston Common, Faneuil Hall, and the Charlestown Navy Yard. Because of the linear nature of the attraction, when traveling as a group, you can ease your burden and walking time by arranging a convenient drop off and pick up at the start and end of the trail. Hiring a charter bus in Boston will eliminate excess walking and confusion by making transportation to and from much easier.
In 1951, the citizens of Boston decided they wanted to be intentional about preserving historically significant sites. Boston is the birthplace of the American Revolution and, thankfully, Bostonians had the forethought to preserve many iconic sites as the city grew rapidly after the Revolution. The Freedom Trail invites tourists to Walk Into History by experiencing more than 250 years of America’s early history. It is a collection of 16 iconic museums, churches, meeting houses, burial grounds, parks, historic markers, and one ship. Each one of these authentic treasures are nationally significant historic sites. Visitors have the option to take a 90-minute walking tour of the Freedom Trail to learn about African-American Patriots and the revolutionary history of the U.S. When traveling as a group, you can get a customized tour perfect for families, school groups, corporate teams, incentives, and convention activities. All tours are lead by 18th century costumed guides and can be tailored to fit any schedule year round.
Are you traveling here from a nearby city? Learn more about charter bus rental in these areas, and how you can set up group transportation straight from these cities.
San Francisco is a city that proudly celebrates its fast-paced zany culture with an incline for the out-of-ordinary, arts, fine wine, and outdoors activities. Brimming with museums, art galleries, hiking and camping spots, marathon races, vineyards, and breathtaking views of its hills, you’ll never run out of things to do and places to explore in San Francisco.