A walk along the “Freedom Trail” includes the locations of critical events in our nation’s struggle for freedom. View Boston Commons, the oldest public park in the United States, walk by the Old State House, Boston’s oldest building and location of the first reading of the Declaration of Independence, the Paul Revere House in Boston’s oldest neighborhood, the site of the oldest public school in America, and the Old South Meeting House where the launching of the Boston Tea Party took place. More than 1.5 million people walk the trail each year and discover our revolutionary past.
The Freedom Trail, Old North Church, Faneuil Hall Market Place Quincy Market, New England Aquarium, Harvard Yard, Home of Paul Revere, Prudential Tower Sky Walk, Boston Duck Tour, Old State Capitol Building, “Old Ironsides,” Bunker Hill Monument and Whale Watch Cruise.
Sunshine State Standards
Social Studies (SS.A.5.3.2) The student understands ways that significant individuals and events influenced economic, social, and political systems in the United States after 1880.
Social Studies (SS.C.1.3.1) The student knows the essential ideas of American constitutional government that are expressed in the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, the Federalist Papers, and other writings.
Social Studies (SS.C.1.3.2) The student understands major ideas about why government is necessary and the purposes government should serve.
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