Downtown Boston

A good place to begin to get to know both old and new Boston is to walk the Freedom Trail which begins at Boston Common's Tourist Information Booth. At every turn you will find old landmarks that will take you back to early American Heritage. Learn the story of the stern puritan fathers residing beneath the stone angels of death in the Tremont Street Burial Grounds. Experience 18th Century religious and political dissent at King's Chapel ( at the corner of Tremont and School Streets), whose bell was cast by Paul Revere. Browse at the Olde Corner Bookstore, which displays first editions of America's 19th Century literary classics. Some of Boston's famous landmarks have been given new leases on life by imagination and reuse. For example, Old City Hall now contains offices and a restaurant. Wander the streets just off the Freedom Trail to see how contemporary Boston has incorporated its past.

Faneuil Hall

Copley Square

The Neighborhoods

Need A Referral?
Ask us anything about the areas we cover.
We will do our best to answer your questions!

Advertising Info

To contact us by email: kp media group


View Larger Map

© 2012 All rights reserved kpmedia