Freedom Trail Foundation

Freedom Trail Foundation

Museum - Nonprofit




 44 School Street, Suite 250, Boston, MA 02108

Established in 1964, the Freedom Trail Foundation is the non-profit organization which promotes and helps preserve the Freedom Trail® – Boston’s iconic 2.5-mile red-bricked trail on city sidewalks leading to 16 nationally significant historic sites related to the American Revolution and beyond. Walk Into History® official Freedom Trail walking tours with 18th-century costumed are available daily from April through November, with a limited schedule December through March. Other tours offered are North End Tours, Pirates & Patriots® Tours, African-American Patriots® Tours, Revolutionary Women Tours, Holiday Strolls, and Historic Pub Crawls. Download or purchase an MP3 Hear History: Audio Guide from the Freedom Trail Foundation online store – the official outdoor self-guided Freedom Trail walking tour.

Tickets available at the ArtsBoston Booth at Faneuil Hall and Boston Common Visitor Information Center, or online.  A Kids Guide to the Freedom Trail and the Freedom Trail Walking Guide official guidebook are also available online or at the Boston Common Visitor Information Center.

Walk Into History on the Freedom Trail!