The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile long path through downtown Boston that connects 16 historically significant sites related to the American Revolution. The trail is a popular tourist attraction and offers visitors a chance to explore the city’s rich heritage and culture.

The trail begins at the Boston Common, a large public park, and ends at the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown. Along the way, visitors can see many important historical sites, including the Massachusetts State House, the Old State House, and the Paul Revere House.

The Freedom Trail is marked by a red line painted on the ground, making it easy to follow the path and explore at your own pace. There are also guided tours available, as well as audio tours and mobile apps that provide additional information and historical context for each site.

In addition to the historical sites, the Freedom Trail also passes through many of Boston’s vibrant neighborhoods, including Beacon Hill, North End, and Charlestown. Visitors can explore the shops, restaurants, and cultural landmarks in these neighborhoods and get a taste of the city’s unique character.