Walk in the footsteps of the patriots along the Freedom Trail. Discover a wealth of historic information about Boston's role in the American Revolution. Learn how to photograph colonial sites from a modern perspective using PhotoWalks' artistic photography tips.
We will visit the cemetery where John Hancock, Paul Revere and Samuel Adams are buried, photograph the church the colonists departed from prior to the Boston Tea Party, find out what really happened on the night of the Boston Massacre, and much more as we walk along part of the Freedom Trail and capture pictures of the old and new.
Check out the virtual tour on this video. (*Please note that the North End is no longer the final stop. It is now being offered as a photo workshop.)
Each PhotoWalks tour is designed to show locals and visitors alike the city's photo opportunities with instruction on creative composition skills.
Most tours are conducted in a small group setting for a more personalized experience. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
Adults: $40 | Youth: (10-17): $20 with paying adult.
PhotoWalks Guide to Creative Photography is included. This valuable e-booklet provides user-friendly information on capturing creative compositions and understanding various camera settings: aperture, shutter speed and white balance. And, for the curious and adventurous: how to use the manual setting on your camera!
Schedule: Tuesday and Saturday @ 12:30p.m.
Duration: 90 minutes.
**Tour dates/time subject to change on occasion. Please check calendar for accuracy.
Meeting Point: front steps of Park Street Church-- located on the corner of Park and Tremont Street.
Park Street Church ©2013 PhotoWalks
Train stop: Park Street (green or red line). The church is directly across the street from the subway station.
Parking: Boston Common Garage
For private or group tours (with or without photo tips), call (617) 851-2273 or send an e-mail request to: email@example.com .................................................