King’s Chapel Burying Ground

King’s Chapel Burying Ground

The Boston Freedom Trail is a path through downtown Boston, that passes 16 locations significant to the history of the United States. This walking tour will visit 11 locations where you will understand the places and events that led to the Revolutionary War and the creation of the United States of America.

Boston Freedom Trail

Boston Common

Massachusetts State House

Park Street Church

Granary Burying Ground

King’s Chapel

Benjamin Franklin

Boston Latin School

Old Corner Bookstore

Old South Meeting House

Old State House

Boston Massacre

Faneuil Hall

George Washington

George Washington

The tour will enlighten you to Food Culture Topics of the Colonial Period. Learn how the settlers overcame food scarcity to a diet that was more nutritious than Europe. Hear how rum was the “Spirit of the Revolution”

Food Culture Topics

Grains of Life

Native American

Fishing Industry

Colonial Diet

Bread Riots

Rum

Founding Foodies

American Cookbook

Baker Chocolate

Colonial Holidays

Taverns

Tour Guide- Fred

Tour Guide- Fred

Old State House

Old State House

The tour will discuss in detail the ingredients in the Colonial diet. You will sample a pint of hard apple cider, beer or ale. There will be tastings of maple syrup treats, chocolate, tisane tea, brown bread and authentic corn bread.

Local Colonial Food

Water

Maple Syrup

Seafood

Hard Apple Cider

Brown Bread

Cranberry

Beer and Ale

Sugar

Chocolate

Tea

Cornbread

Quincy Market

Quincy Market

Price: $35

Depart: Boston Common Tablet

1634 Freedom Trail

Boston, MA 02108

Park Street Subway Station

Distance: 1 Mile walking

Length: 2 Hours

Group size: 15 maximum

Finish: Boston Public Market