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Lessons on Liberty

139 Tremont St, Boston Common Visitors Center, Boston, MA 02111-1318
+1 857-205-1775
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Wonderful and informative tour

This tour was very informative and the guide was entertaining. As we travelled during the busy Fall... read more

Reviewed yesterday
JessM6
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Cork, Ireland
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We were excited to book this awesome 90 minute walking historical tour lead by a wonderful history... read more

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Lessons on Liberty. Boston's only Freedom Trail walking tours guided by classically trained historians. Our tours are entertaining, educational, interactive and accurate. Lessons on Liberty is also pleased to offer a full range of Private Tours guided by our exceptional guides. Private tours range from our Introductory 2 hour Freedom Trail tour all the way to Full-Day Revolutionary excursions along Boston's Freedom Trail.
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139 Tremont St, Boston Common Visitors Center, Boston, MA 02111-1318
Downtown
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+1 857-205-1775

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Reviewed yesterday

This tour was very informative and the guide was entertaining. As we travelled during the busy Fall season, the group was quite a bit bigger than "intimately-sized tours" quoted on the website. I would still recommend it, however.

Thank JessM6
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We were excited to book this awesome 90 minute walking historical tour lead by a wonderful history professor, Michael! He was so knowledgeable and funny at the same time! Highly recommend this tour.

Thank footfanatic
Reviewed 3 days ago

We had booked a tour on what turned out to be a drizzly, blustery day. Because of this, we had a private tour with Chris! We were glad we did. He knows his stuff and more. He was able to answer any all questions we...More

Thank LorenaBDallas
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

We were guided by Michael Szkolka, Historian and Community College Instructor. He offered information which often was contradictory to popular belief but was authentic in his opinion. He presented lesser known facts which made the tour very interesting. He had a great sense of humor...More

Thank Carlsbadhappy
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Husband and I booked and joined this tour at Boston Common Visitors Centre. Michael was our guide dressed in British Red Coat period dress. Michael is a historian offering a different historical perspective than in most text books. So much detail and information, it was...More

Thank Caroline H
Reviewed 1 week ago

I'm not usually a guided-tour person, but we decided to give this one a try and it was fantastic. Our guide, Michael, was a history professor, and he was able to give us a lot of the detail and context that you don't get in...More

1  Thank practicallyharmless
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Michael Szolka was our guide through the Freedom Trail on Aug. 31st, 2017, offering the 'unvarnished' truth about the historical happenings in Boston. He didn't waste a minute, was on-site and waiting when we arrived, and packed so much information into the tour. We seek...More

Thank Bobby L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This tour was packed with information, both dispelling common misconceptions about history and adding interesting bits of trivia. The tour guide had a good sense of humor and kept thing interesting throughout.

Thank Jonathan M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I wouldn't have written this review if I hadn't received a reminder to do so. I had to cancel my tour, and asked to reschedule. I received a new date and was it touch with the company up to an hour prior to the tour....More

Thank Netahappy
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This tour was amazing... A great re-education of the Revolutionary War and all the movers & shakers or the era. The tour guide was phenomenal.....Guide was easy to understand , informative and fun. Well worth every penny

Thank Mike ThatGuy S
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Melbourners
11 April 2017|
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Response from Dawn P | Reviewed this property |
Go to the city park square visitor's center, and you can buy your tickets inside. The tour that we took leaves from there as well. The tour company has a couple people dressed in Revolutionary costumes outside circulating... More
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rickwomble
13 February 2017|
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Response from Robert M |
Thank you for your interest in Lessons on Liberty and. Our booking system will open for reservations for the entire season on Feb 15th, for our first bookable tour on Saturday morning April 15th at 10am. -Bob Miller Tour... More
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Morganshhi
20 August 2016|
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Response from JG717 | Reviewed this property |
Our tour guide was a history professor and I felt that he stuck to the facts and didn't alter things to his opinion.
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