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Categories: Attractions/Entertainment, Parks/Recreation
Address: 99 Park St
Boston, MA, US
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28 weddings

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Boston Wedding In June
Boston   |   June, 2013   |   Entertainment

"The Historic Boston Freedom Trail"

Salem Wedding In October
Salem   |   October, 2012   |   Attraction

"Official Sites on the Trail Boston Common Massachusetts State House Park Street Church Granary Burying Ground King’s Chapel King’s Chapel Burying Ground Benjamin Franklin Statue & Boston Latin School Old Corner Book Store Old South Meeting House Old State House Site of Boston Massacre Faneuil Hall Paul Revere House Old North Church Copp’s Hill Burying Ground Bunker Hill Monument USS Constitution"

40 Edwin H Land Boulevard Cambridge Wedding In September
40 Edwin H Land Boulevard Cambridge, MA 02142   |   September, 2012   |   Attraction

"The Start of the Freedom Trail"

Boston Wedding In July
Boston   |   July, 2012   |   Attraction

"Learn all about the City of Boston"

Canton Wedding In June
Canton   |   June, 2012   |   Attraction

"Walking Tour of the City of Boston"

Kelley and Jarred's Wedding
Cambridge   |   August, 2011   |   Attraction

"See the historic sights along the Freedom Trail."

Jennifer and Patrick's Wedding
Groton   |   May, 2011   |   Attraction

"The Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile red-brick walking trail that leads you to 16 nationally significant historic sites, every one an authentic American treasure. Preserved and dedicated by the citizens of Boston in 1958, when the wrecking ball threatened, the Freedom Trail today is a unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution and beyond."

Boston Wedding In April
Boston   |   April, 2011   |   Attraction

"Think history is BORING? Think again! Walk the Freedom Trail; take part in an animating discussion on the beginnings of the American Revolution. From the Stamp Act to the Battle of Bunker Hill, Boston’s only Living Historians dressed in period-correct clothes of 1775 will transform your historical site seeing into an exciting history lesson. Phone: 508-954-9711. http://www.lessonsonliberty.com"

Tracy and Ryo's Wedding
Falmouth, Ma   |   August, 2010   |   Boston Sights

"Experience American history by following this red line, which will take you through many of the sights of the American Revolution, including churches, meeting houses, cemeteries, and more. Recommend finishing the tour in the North End and grabbing a bite to eat. フリードムとレールという赤い線を追いながらアメリカの歴史を経験してください。この赤い線はアメリカ革命に関する教会、墓地や会所などを通ります。ツアをノースエンドで終えて、食事するのがおすすめです。"

Boston Wedding In August
Boston   |   August, 2010   |   Attraction

"Where the freedom trail begins, a fun and historical walk"

Brian and Emily's Wedding
Cambridge   |   May, 2010   |   Walks

"historic Revolutionary walking trail: follow the red line on the sidewalk"

Boston Wedding In August
Boston   |   August, 2009   |   Attraction

"The Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile red-brick walking trail that leads you to 16 nationally significant historic sites, every one an authentic American treasure. Preserved and dedicated by the citizens of Boston in 1958, when the wrecking ball threatened, the Freedom Trail today is a unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution and beyond."

Jayne and Garrett's Wedding
Boston   |   August, 2009   |   Attraction

"The Freedom Trail Foundation offers numerous walking tours of the historic sites of Boston along the famous red trail leading downtown. These tours are given by an 18th century costumed guide and most begin at the Boston Common Information Center. It is another great way to see Boston, provided you do not mind 3 miles of walking! This is Jayne's favorite touristy thing in Boston!"

Molly and Ken's Wedding
Boston   |   June, 2009   |   Attraction

"America’s oldest public park, the Boston Common, began as a common grazing ground for sheep and cattle. Eccentric Anglican William Blackstone settled on Beacon Hill with only his books for company in 1622. In 1630, Puritans from Charlestown joined him to share the area’s potable springs, but by 1635 Blackstone bristled at the increased populations and moved to roomy Rhode Island to satisfy his reclusive nature. He returned to Boston on a white bull some years later to propose to his beloved."

Tara and Michael's Wedding
Boston   |   May, 2009   |   Things to do

"The Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile brick walkway that takes you by historic landmarks. You can walk all or part of the trail. There is a map available on the Freedom Trail Website or at visitor centers located along the trail."

Our Wedding
Newton   |   April, 2009   |   Attraction

"The red line and bricks on the sidewalk leads you on this 2.5-mile, self-guided tour of Revolutionary sites, which starts at the Boston Common, America's oldest public park, and ends up at the famed Bunker Hill Monument. Other stops include Paul Reveres House, the Old North Church, and the USS Constitution. For more information contact the Visitor Center at: 15 State St, Boston, MA 02109, Tel: 617-242-5642."

Kathryn and Steve's Wedding
North Reading   |   November, 2008   |   Walking Tour

"The Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile red-brick walking trail that brings you past 16 historic sites. It begins on Boston Common at the Visitors center and ends at the Bunker Hill Monument."

Anna and Mary 's Wedding
Newton Lower Falls, MA   |   October, 2008   |   Parks and Outdoor Spaces

"Perhaps the best bet is to start here at the National Park Service to get maps for the tour. You can also visit the link above to find out more information on paid guided tours."

Angie and Ari's Wedding
Peabody   |   October, 2008   |   Freedom Trail Stop

"America's Oldest Public Park. This is the first stop on the freedom trail. The freedom trail is a history-filled trail leading through the streets of Boston and into Charlestown. See sights like the Old North Church, Paul Revere's Burial Sight, and the USS Constitution. The trail is physically marked by a red brick line leading you through the 2.5 mile self guided tour."

Shawna and Jim's Wedding
Revere   |   October, 2008   |   Attraction

"Starting location"

Boston Wedding In August
Boston   |   August, 2008   |   Entertainment

"Learn about historic Boston's role in the Revolutionary War via a walking tour. A favorite of Ron Coutu!"

Our Wedding
Randolph   |   August, 2008   |   Attraction

"The 2.5-mile (4km) Freedom Trail follows a line of red bricks or a painted red line on the pavement linking 16 historic sights associated with the early struggle for freedom from British control and the events leading up to the revolution. Markers identify the stops and provide information from downtown to the North End to Charlestown and Bunker Hill Monument. Sights along the way include the Paul Revere House, Boston"

Marisa and Adam's Wedding
Boston, Massachusetts   |   October, 2007   |   Attraction

"Your visit to Boston must include a walk into history along the Freedom Trail. You can start in the beginning, the middle or the end and wend your way through the streets of this very modern city — Boston — and along the paths of history. This is Boston’s indoor / outdoor history museum. There are 16 “official” sites of the Freedom Trail. Two great places to start are Boston Commons or Fanueil Hall!"

Boston Wedding In July
Boston   |   July, 2010   |   Places to See

Boston Ma Wedding In April
Boston   |   April, 2010   |   Attraction

Cambridge Wedding In November
Cambridge   |   November, 2009   |   Sightseeing

Boston Wedding In October
Boston   |   October, 2009   |   Attraction

Boston Wedding In December
Boston   |   December, 2008   |   Attraction

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