Take a Historic Family Vacation to Boston

If you’re planning a family vacation to Boston, you won’t want to miss a walk along the historic Freedom Trail. There is no other place in the United States where you can experience so much of America’s Revolutionary history and learn about the people and events that led up to the forming of our national government as they broke away from Britain.

The Freedom Trail is a red-brick walking trail that leads you leisurely down a 2.5 mile path, where you’ll visit 16 nationally significant historic sites. It is a “unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution and beyond.”

While in Boston, consider staying at Marriott's Custom House, located on 3 McKinley Square, right in the heart of the freedom trail in downtown Boston. This hotel building, which also offers timeshare rooms, is an architectural gem with a stunning open-air observation deck that provides a 360 degree panoramic view of the harbor and city. Guests will enjoy the 24-hour full service concierge, exercise room, and laundry facilities on site. Parking is very expensive, so, you’ll be glad to leave your car behind as you set out on your walking adventure. And, if you need a quicker way around the city the trolley and subway are very close by. A grocery store is also just a 15 minute walk away, perfect for saving money on restaurant costs when traveling with your family.
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