Freedom Trail tour exploration at competitive rates along with the Prompt Bus Charters in Boston, US

Freedom Trail will explore you with its three-mile Freedom Trail giving youa glimpse of the city’s principal historic monuments and sites. You will appreciate its red bricks in the sidewalk and by footprints at street crossings. The trail will take you to Old Granary Burying Ground (where Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, and John Hancock are buried), King’s Chapel Burying Ground (Boston’s oldest cemetery with the graves of Governor John Winthrop and two Mayflower passengers), Old South Meeting House (where the ringing speeches of patriots spawned the Boston Tea Party), and the Old State House. This is Boston’s oldest public building and the site of the Boston Massacre and the trip along with the promptbuscharters.com

You cannot afford to miss the Boston’s lively Italian neighborhood In the North End, and the Paul Revere House and Old North Church.

Friday, April 22, 2016Old State House

April School Vacation Week at Old State House
April 18 – 22, 11 a.m. to noon

Young visitors can hunt for artifacts using the Old State House scavenger hunt or drop-in on one of our hands-on historical activities: Hear a story read aloud, fashion a coat of arms, create your own colonial portrait, design a broadside or make a paper lantern. All activities are free with museum admission. Kids 18 and under accompanied by an adult are admitted to the Old State House for FREE.

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Friday, April 22, 2016Paul Revere House

Drop-In Colonial Kids Activities
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

We encourage families with kids of all ages to stop by to try on clothes like Paul Revere’s kids wore, play 18th century games in an informal setting, and write with a quill pen. This program is included with admission to the house and reservations are NOT required.

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Friday, April 22, 2016Old State House

J. L. Bell and The Boston Comics Roundtable present: Family Program: Comic History – Make Your Own Comic Exploring The Stamp Act
Friday, April 22, 2:00 p.m.

Comics, stamps, and protests will fill April school vacation week. Join the Massachusetts Historical Society, Shirley Eustis House, Longfellow House – Washington’s Headquarters National Historic Site, and Old State House for hands-on history programs that will use comics to explore the Stamp Act and the protests that started America on the road to the Revolution. Participants will receive a comic book that tells the story of the stamp act in four chapters with art by Jesse Lonergan, John Carvajal, LJ Baptiste Ben Doane, and Jerel Dye.
Noted historian J.L. Bell will engage participants in the history of the Stamp Act through the stories of eighteenth-century children. After the discussion, local comic book artists associated with the Boston Comics Roundtable will assist and inspire young historians as they fill in the blank pages at the end of the comic book with their own comic.

The Old State House workshop is free with admission (adults $10 and children under 18 free). Space is limited and prior registration is required. The program and the comic book have been made possible through the support of the Society of the Cincinnati and Massachusetts Historical Society.

Register here: www.eventbrite.com…

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Friday, April 22, 2016Old South Meeting House

Talk Matters: Civic Oration Yesterday and Today
Friday, April 22, 12:15pm
Talk Matters: Civic Oration Yesterday and Today
Part of the Series “Oratory and the Power of Talk,” Co-Sponsored by the Department of History, Northeastern University

For 2,500 years, from the Greek agoras to today’s TED Talks, civic society has relied on public oration as a way to discuss and debate social and political issues. However, the prevalence of mass media in the 21st century has nearly obliterated the live and impassioned public speech that marked historical activism – including public responses to the Boston Massacre, and the “Meetings of the Body of the People” that led to the Boston Tea Party. So what has taken its place? Come listen to Boston College professor Celeste Wells and spoken word poet Danny DeLeon discuss the history of civic oration, and today’s different but equally powerful citizen orators.

$6; FREE FOR OSMH MEMBERS
Ticket information at osmhapril22-16.bpt.me

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Friday, April 22, 2016 | 10:30am – 12pmArtsBoston Booth, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston, MA

Reverse Walk Into History Tour
The Freedom Trail Foundation offers some of the most popular and acclaimed historical tours in all of New England. Walk Into History along the famous red line with an 18th Century Costumed Guide. Hear the tales of the brave Bostonians and Colonialists who dared to challenge Britain and helped establish the greatest republic in the world.

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Friday, April 22, 2016 | 11am – 12:30pmVisitor Information Center, 139 Tremont St. Boston, MA 02111

Walk Into History Tour
The Freedom Trail Foundation offers some of the most popular and acclaimed historical tours in all of New England. Walk Into History along the famous red line with an 18th Century Costumed Guide. Hear the tales of the brave Bostonians and Colonialists who dared to challenge Britain and helped establish the greatest republic in the world.

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Friday, April 22, 2016 | 12 – 1:30pmVisitor Information Center, 139 Tremont St. Boston, MA 02111

Walk Into History Tour
The Freedom Trail Foundation offers some of the most popular and acclaimed historical tours in all of New England. Walk Into History along the famous red line with an 18th Century Costumed Guide. Hear the tales of the brave Bostonians and Colonialists who dared to challenge Britain and helped establish the greatest republic in the world.

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Friday, April 22, 2016 | 1 – 2:30pmVisitor Information Center, 139 Tremont St. Boston, MA 02111

Walk Into History Tour
The Freedom Trail Foundation offers some of the most popular and acclaimed historical tours in all of New England. Walk Into History along the famous red line with an 18th Century Costumed Guide. Hear the tales of the brave Bostonians and Colonialists who dared to challenge Britain and helped establish the greatest republic in the world.

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Friday, April 22, 2016 | 1:30 – 3pmArtsBoston Booth, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston MA

North End Public Tour
The Freedom Trail Foundation offers some of the most popular and acclaimed historical tours in all of New England. Walk Into History along the famous red line with an 18th Century Costumed Guide. Hear the tales of the brave Bostonians and Colonialists who dared to challenge Britain and helped establish the greatest republic in the world.

The North End Tour takes you into Boston’s historic North End, home of Paul Revere and the Old North Church.

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Friday, April 22, 2016 | 2 – 3:30pmVisitor Information Center, 139 Tremont St. Boston, MA 02111

Walk Into History Tour
The Freedom Trail Foundation offers some of the most popular and acclaimed historical tours in all of New England. Walk Into History along the famous red line with an 18th Century Costumed Guide. Hear the tales of the brave Bostonians and Colonialists who dared to challenge Britain and helped establish the greatest republic in the world.

Official site: www.thefreedomtrail.org

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