Boston’s ever present revolutionary roots and colonial aesthetic is one of the city’s major tourist draws. Running through the heart of historical Boston, the Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile long stretch from Downtown Boston to nearby Charlestown. The path is paved with historical sites including: Paul Revere’s house, the historic Old North Church, the site of the Boston Massacre, and the Boston Common. When you visit the city, this is an excellent way to tour several neighborhoods and get a taste for the rich American roots maintained throughout town. If you’d like to grab a few drinks along the way, there’s plenty of opportunity for that as well. To add a little buzz to your travels, here’s the Boxer Boston’s official Freedom Trail Pub Crawl.
The best place for Boxer guests to begin their Freedom Trail tour is right by America’s oldest public park, the Boston Common. The Beantown Pub is a beloved spot right near the park on Tremont Street and the perfect place to begin your Freedom Trail Pub Crawl. With televisions playing major sporting events to a pool room with 8 pool tables to an extensive collection of craft beers and classic American food, Beantown Pub is an easy place to knock back a few and have some fun.Beantown Pub100 Tremont St
The Black Rose
Located at an iconic official Freedom Trail site— Faneuil Hall— The Black Rose is a super Irish bar with a wealth of tasty and fun attractions. It’s best to visit Black Rose at nighttime, as they host live Irish musical acts every night of the week. To keep things celtic, this charming pub serves Guinness by the pint with quintessential New England and Irish meals like corned beef and cabbage, clam chowder, and fish ‘n chips. To get enjoy some pub-stomping sounds, and hearty brews, make the Black Rose your second Freedom Trail Pub Crawl destination.The Black Rose
160 State Street
The last neighborhood you can hit on the Freedom Trail before having to cross the Charlestown Bridge is the Boxer Boston’s home, the North End. Known for exceptional Italian restaurants on every corner, the North End isn’t as dense with pubs as the rest of the city, but there are still plenty of places to stop in for a nightcap. Check out Paul Revere’s house nearby and then drop into Durty Nelly’s for a beer, or exceptional bloody mary, and kick back from a long day of walking, touring and drinking.Durty Nelly’s
108 Blackstone St
Boston, MA 02109