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America’s Treasure comes alive. Our concierge will curate time machine magic right before your very eyes, and put you on the stage and backstage of our country’s most famous movers, militants and monuments.
America's Treasured Past
Are you ready to transport yourself back through time to America’s most historic eras?
Centrally located along the historic Freedom Trail, directly across from the Old State House, where the Declaration of Independence was first proclaimed from the east side balcony, we invite you to relive the pivotal historic moments that make Boston a true American treasure. Whether you hit the pavement for a guided walking tour, jump aboard an Old Town Trolley, visit the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, or connect with famous figures of past and present at the nearby Dreamland Wax Museum, our concierge team will create a personalized itinerary steeped in history.
- WELCOME AMENITY
- PREMIUM OR SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS
- OLD TOWN TROLLEY TOUR - FOR 2 GUESTS
- DREAMLAND WAX MUSEUM - FOR 2 GUESTS
- JFK PRESIDENTIAL LIBRARY AND MUSEUM; EDWARD M. KENNEDY INSTITUTE - FOR 2 GUESTS
All rates are subject to hotel availability; rate does not include taxes, gratuities or other incidental charges; certain length of stay restrictions may apply. Early departure fee may apply. This offer may not be combined with any other discounts or offers. If you are not interested in making this reservation online, please call our Internet Customer Center at 1-800-774-1500 or click here for a complete list of Hilton Reservations Worldwide phone numbers. Please request plan code "P3".
If pressed for time, the Freedom Trail is the fastest (yet no less fascinating) way to immerse yourself in Boston’s living history. This 2.5mile downtown route (following the red-painted bricks) leads you to over a dozen landmarks, from museums, meetinghouses, churches, and cemeteries to Paul Revere’s House, the Old North Church, and the USS Constitution in Boston Harbor. Understand the press’s role leading up to and during the Revolutionary War by visiting The Printing Office of Edes & Gill, which offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at a colonial era print house in action. The solemn stone obelisk at Bunker Hill memorializes the June 17, 1775 clash pitting overmatched American colonists against a powerful Red Coat army. Though outgunned, the militia held their own against the Brits and turned the tide of the Revolutionary War. And, few places offer a taste of history like the Union Oyster House. Since serving its first guest in 1826, America’s oldest restaurant is still shucking and serving oysters across the very same bar Daniel Webster was said to haunt. Learn more about the iconic historical attractions near Ames Boston Hotel.