The Thrifty New England Traveler is a blog of VisitingNewEngland, a web site that features real New England travel stories told by a lifelong local.

Visiting the Freedom Trail in Boston

Article by Eric, photo credit: Kindra Clineff, MOTT, MassVacation.com

If you’re looking for a “revolutionary way to save money while visiting Boston, Mass., The Freedom Trail offers tourists a free way to learn about America’s Revolution by walking a 2.5 mile red brick walkway that includes historic meeting houses, museums, churches. This easy walk features the Boston State House, Old Corner Book Store, Park St. Church, Old South Meeting House, site of the Boston Massacre,  the Paul Revere House and Faneuil Hall.  What a great way to get to see our city, find about about a vital period of American history and get your exercise in — instead of losing weight through the wallet!

You can log onto The Freedom Trail Web Site to learn more about this thrifty travel idea

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