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Boston Civil War and Abolition Movement: A Self-Guided Audio Tour

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Experience the rich history of Boston's Civil War and Abolition Movement with this self-guided audio tour. Immerse yourself in the stories of revolutionaries, freedom fighters, and influential figures who shaped the course of American history. Follow the footsteps of great leaders as you explore iconic landmarks such as Faneuil Hall, Old State House, and the Boston Irish Famine Memorial. Wander through the historic Granary Burial Ground and pay homage to John Hancock and Paul Revere. Learn about Frederick Douglass and the 54th Colored Regiment's struggle for freedom and equality. With complete control over your pace and unlimited use before and after your booking date, this tour offers the flexibility and convenience you desire. Simply download the app, enter your unique code, and let the captivating stories of Boston's past come to life as you walk its historic streets.

About this experience

  • Non Refundable There is no return, refund or cancellation possible with this product
  • 1 hours 30 minutes - 2 hours
  • Suitable for 1-15 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • & Audio GuidedSelf Guided Experience
  • Discover Boston's role in the American Revolution
  • Learn about the fight to abolish slavery
  • Flexible duration - explore at your own pace
  • Unlimited use before and after booking
  • Option to use virtual tour at home
  • Lifetime access to this tour in english
  • Voicemap app for android and ios
  • Offline access to audio, maps, and geodata
  • Smartphone and headphones
  • Food/drink
  • Transportation

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Introduction

Welcome to the Boston Civil War and Abolition Movement: A Self-Guided Audio Tour. If you're looking for a unique and immersive way to explore Boston's rich history and learn about its significant role in the American Revolution and the fight against slavery, this self-guided walking tour is perfect for you. Dive into the past and uncover the stories of bravery, resilience, and the fight for equality that shaped this historic city.

What to expect?

Embark on a 90 to 120-minute journey through Boston as you listen to captivating audio commentary that brings each landmark to life. Discover the secrets behind the buildings, monuments, and burial grounds as you follow the footsteps of historical figures such as Paul Revere, Frederick Douglass, and Harriet Beecher Stowe. Learn about their contributions and the struggles they faced during these pivotal moments in history.

Who is this for?

This self-guided audio tour is ideal for curious minds of all ages. Whether you're a history enthusiast, a traveler seeking a deeper understanding of Boston's heritage, or simply someone who appreciates fascinating stories, this tour suits all backgrounds and interests. Families, individuals, and even groups can embark on this adventure at their own pace, making it a flexible and inclusive experience for everyone.

Why book this?

By booking this self-guided audio tour, you have the freedom to explore Boston's historical sites on your own terms. No need to worry about tour groups or fixed schedules. With complete control over when you start and finish, you can delve into the captivating narratives at a pace that suits you. The ability to use the tour before and after your booking date, as well as the option for a virtual tour at home, adds convenience and flexibility.

Good to know

This self-guided audio tour provides an easy and user-friendly experience. Simply book your ticket, install the app, and enter the unique code provided. The app will guide you seamlessly with turn-by-turn directions and automatic GPS playback. No internet connection? No problem. The app also works offline, ensuring a hassle-free exploration.

Reviews

Travelers who have experienced the Boston Civil War and Abolition Movement: A Self-Guided Audio Tour have praised its immersive storytelling and the ability to discover the city's history at their own pace. Many have commended the informative and engaging audio commentary that brings each location to life. Whether it's learning about the Boston Irish Famine Memorial or unraveling the stories behind the historic burial grounds, visitors have been captivated by the tour's rich content. Overall, reviewers have expressed their satisfaction with this unique way of exploring Boston's past, making it a must-do experience for history enthusiasts and curious travelers alike.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

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Your Itinerary

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Starting in front of Faneuil Hall, you’ll learn about Daniel Webster’s tireless 30-year effort to save the Union.

Old State House

From there, you’ll pass by a number of examples of rich Georgian architecture, including the Old State House, the Old Court House, the New State House, and the Old City Hall. With each building you pass, I’ll reveal a new piece of the Civil War puzzle.

Old Corner Bookstore

Outside the Old Corner Bookstore, you'll learn the reason Harriet Beecher Stowe marched from Ohio to Boston to publish her book Uncle Tom's Cabin.

Old South Meeting House

On this tour, you'll pass by the Old South Meeting House. You'll learn about the historical building while you walk.

Boston Irish Famine Memorial

Along with various monuments and memorials, you'll see the Boston Irish Famine Memorial and hear the history of the Irish in Boston.

Tremont Temple Baptist Church

Outside Tremont Temple Baptist Church, you’ll hear the story of Frederick Douglass, a freed slave who once explained to a mostly white congregation that the 4th of July wasn’t a celebration of freedom to people who’d experienced slavery.

Granary Burying Ground

You’ll wander through Granary Burial Ground, seeing John Hancock's and Paul Revere’s graves.

Paul Revere's Grave

On this walking tour, you’ll step back in time and explore three hundred years of history. You'll hear about Paul Revere and his role in the American Revolution.

Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th Regiment Memorial

On this tour, you'll relive the 54th Colored Regiment’s struggle to gain respect and cement the way for 180,000 additional recruits during the Civil War.

Louisburg Square

On this tour, you'll follow the end of Louisa May Alcott’s life at Louisburg Square, the most expensive real estate in Boston while walking through Louisburg Square.

Boston Common

I’ll tell you about the Baltimore Riot involving the 6th Massachusetts Regiment as you walk the very same path they followed along Boston Common.

Soldiers and Sailors Monument

The tour wraps up in front of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument, dedicated to the 120 regiments from Massachusetts that fought in the Civil War.

Reviews

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19nancyd

This is an interesting tour with many unusual facts and stops along the way. I particularly enjoyed the stops along the “Underground Railway”. I had no idea that Boston had such a rich Civil War history including the Museum of African American History on Beacon Hill. You can move at your own pace and take a break at any time as it covers a lot of ground. Beth D.
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