Take A Trip Down the Boston Freedom Trail

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“One day,” you say, “I’m going to take my family to one of those historic landmarks back east to experience history.” Why not take them to the iconic Freedom Trail in Boston? Why not today? Let the American spirit move you. Plan this historic trip and drive your American Revolution to Bean Town and go back in time.

“Those who do not move do not notice their chains” — Philosopher Rosa Luxemburg

INSPIRED BY THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION

The American Revolution motor coach is built in the heart of America in Decatur, Indiana, where “Made in America” rings as loud as the Liberty Bell and stands as majestic as the Statue of Liberty. Of course, on your trip to the Freedom Trail, you’ll be driving a luxury motor coach that continually redefines what it means to live the American Dream — the dream our forefathers carved out for us. Once there, walk along the iconic Freedom Trail, the 2.5-mile red brick path that leads you to 16 nationally significant historic sites in the heart of downtown Boston.
 

Local journalist William Schofield was instrumental in the conception of the Freedom Trail, suggesting that Boston build a pedestrian trail that would connect important local landmarks. That trail turned into a one-of-a-kind collection of parks, museums, churches, burying grounds, meeting houses and a historic ship. The trail itself weaves through the story of the American Revolution — the backbone of our everyday freedoms.

Freedom Trail Facts

  1. Most of the sites along the Freedom Trail are free or suggest donations.
  2. Freedom Trail 90-minute walking tours are led by 18th-century guides in full costume and feature tales of high treason, mob agitations, revolutionary actions and partisan fights of the American Revolution.
  3. The Paul Revere House, built around 1680, is the oldest remaining structure in downtown Boston and the only home on the Freedom Trail.
  4. Freedom Trail sites are open year round.


CAMPING NEAR BOSTON

The Normandy Farms resort sits on more than 100 acres of land deep in the lush woods between Boston and Cape Cod. This five-star RV resort is New England’s luxury camping destination and has been recognized as one of the world’s greatest resorts for its long list of amenities. The resort features a recreation lodge, fishing pond, sporting fields and indoor and outdoor pools with sauna. For information, call 1-866-673-2767 or visit normandyfarms.com.

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