Freedom Trail Foundation Public Walking Tours, Valid Any Date Any Tour Time, Up to 3 Public Tours (Available 11:00 am-1:00 pm)

Jan 23, 2019 - Mar 18, 2019

This ticket is good for all public Walk Into History, Reverse Walk Into History, North End, African-American Patriots, Revolutionary Women, Lantern and Pirates & Patriots tours. Ticket is NOT VALID for the 10:15 am WEB ONLY Brewer Fountain ticket. Please check for the current schedule for our walking tours in Boston. (

Extend your stay on the Freedom Trail and visit the sites. Walk Into History tours do not include entrance to Freedom Trail sites which have admission fees (Old South Meeting House, Old State House and Paul Revere House, where you can buy tickets at the door). Walk Into History tour tickets are valid for ANY of our Walk Into History tours, so there is no need to specify a date/time. With your ticket, you are guaranteed a spot on one of the Freedom Trail Foundation tours ANY DATE ANY TOUR TIME. Tickets are non-refundable. Tickets must be printed in order to be accepted; tickets are NOT VALID via mobile device.


African American Patriots Tour

Feb 2, 2019 - Feb 24, 2019

Tales of intrigue and bravery, poetry and defiance by black Bostonians unfold during this 90-minute walking tour of the Freedom Trail. Led by a costumed guide, visitors view history through the eyes of African-American revolutionaries such as Crispus Attucks, Phillis Wheatley, Prince Hall, Peter Salem, and others.


Revolutionary Women Tour

Mar 2, 2019 - Mar 31, 2019

The Freedom Trail Foundation invites you to experience and discover the women who took part in the American Revolution, and the generations of women that followed, inaugurating their own struggles for freedom and equality.

The new Freedom Trail Revolutionary Women Tour invites people of all ages to walk the Freedom Trail and explore four centuries of Revolutionary Women who changed history. This 90-minute tour features tales of the early religious rebellions of Anne Hutchinson and Mary Dyer, patriotic actions of Abigail Adams and Mercy Otis Warren, abolitionist movements of Harriet Beecher Stowe and Harriet Tubman, prolific writings of authors Phillis Wheatley and Louisa May Alcott, and landmark speeches of Margaret Sanger and Susan B. Anthony, while visiting the places where women’s voices were heard, their works published, and women were laid to rest along Boston’s iconic red line.

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