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From Food to Freedom Trail

Adult
$99
Child
$89

Discover the local side of Boston’s most popular neighborhood, the North End. Visit Boston’s most revered church and snack your way through the neighborhood, tasting meats, cheeses, fresh bread, pastries, pizza and cappuccino. Continue along the Freedom Trail and beyond and experience modern Boston through the city’s incredible history. From the iconic Boston Harbor, into the heart of beautiful Beacon Hill, join your local guide on an experience that connects you to the Boston of old and new.

Boston Freedom Trail Food Tour Highlights

  • Stroll past some of the most historic locations in Boston’s oldest neighborhood
  • Join your local guide for a fun-filled journey on and off Boston’s famous Freedom Trail
  • Learn the modern impact of Boston’s most iconic historic sights
  • Take in the beauty of the architecture and quaintness of Beacon Hill
  • Enjoy a surprise local treat with your guide.

Inclusions: Local English-speaking guide, a variety of food samples such as fresh bread, pizza, and pastries, entrance fee to the historic church (or equivalent alternative), and a surprise local treat.

Exclusions: Additional food and drink, souvenirs, and tips/gratuities for your guide.

Local Impact: How you will help the local community by joining this tour:

  • The Food to Freedom Tour is environmentally friendly because unlike many of the tour companies in Boston, you walk as opposed to using buses or other vehicles.
  • In the morning when you are in the famous North End, all of the food stops are 100% owned and run by locals, ensuring that local people benefit from tourism to their city. So any inclusions on the tour and additional purchases you make will directly benefit the local community.
  • You also stop at a couple of world-famous churches which are as much a part of Boston (and America’s) history as you can get. Both the Old North Church and King’s Chapel are non-profit organizations that work hard to educate school children and adults on American history and colonial life. By paying an entrance fee, you are helping to maintain the church and their work.

Schedule details

  • Duration: 5 hours
  • Meeting point: The Aquarium “T” Station (Outside, in front of the Long Wharf Entrance – Northeast Corner of State St. and Atlantic Ave.) 222 State Street, Boston, MA 02109. View on Google Maps.
  • Starting time: 10.00 AM
  • Ending point: Boston Public Garden (or nearby), 4 Charles St., Boston, MA 02116