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Freedom Trail Parking

99 Chauncy Street, Boston, MA, 02111

Reserve a Parking Spot Nearby

33 Essex St. - Spots #20, 21, 25 or #29 ONLY
1 min(341 ft)

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33 Essex St. - Spots #13, 14, 15, 16 or 17 only
1 min(361 ft)

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1 Avenue de Lafayette - Lafayette Garage
1 min(417 ft)

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33 Essex St. - Spots #24, 28 or #32 Only
2 min(486 ft)

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40 Beach St. - Garage
3 min(0.2 mi)

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660 Washington St. - Garage
3 min(0.1 mi)

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Parking Rates Near Freedom Trail

Parking TypeSpotHero Average Rental Price
Commuter Parking$23 - $32
Weekend Parking$16 - $26
Event Parking$20 - $30
Overnight Parking$30 - $41

Parking Near Freedom Trail

No visit to Boston is complete without a trip along the Freedom Trail. The trail runs through the North End from Boston Common all the way to the Bunker Hill Monument in Charlestown. This 2.5-mile path contains 16 historically significant locations to explore along the way. Most of the sites are free to visit, although some do charge a fee or suggest a donation. You can walk the sites yourself or join a tour.

Start with Boston Common, the oldest public park in the country dating back to 1634, followed by the Massachusetts State House in Beacon Hill, which was established in 1798. Visit the historic Park Street Church founded in 1809 and see the Granary Burying Ground that was established in 1660, making it the final resting place of many of America's most notable historical figures. The King's Chapel and King's Chapel Burying Grounds date back to 1686, while the Boston Latin School was established in 1635 as the first public school in the country. The school is also the location of a statue of Benjamin Franklin.

The Old Corner Bookstore is Boston's oldest commercial building from 1718, and former home to 19th-century publishing house Ticknor and Fields. Learn about where the Boston Tea Party began at the Old South Meeting House and visit the oldest surviving public building from 1713, the Old State House. See where tensions with the British came to a head in 1770 at the Boston Massacre Site and visit Faneuil Hall, the site of America's first Town Meeting. Tour Paul Revere's home and Old North Church, the site that launched the American Revolution. Stop by the Copp's Hill Burying Ground and check out the oldest commissioned warship, the USS Constitution. Finish the tour with a visit to the Bunker Hill Monument.

Don't miss out on exploring all the historic sites along Boston's Freedom Trail by having to circle around trying to find parking in these tourist-filled areas. Ensure you have the whole day to enjoy the sites by reserving a space through SpotHero instead.


Does SpotHero work with garages in the areas along the Freedom Trail?

Yes, SpotHero works with many garages along the trail so you can park wherever you feel is most convenient for you.

Can I book a spot for the entire day through SpotHero?

Yes, you can book a spot for the whole day or just a few hours through SpotHero.

Does SpotHero work with garages near Faneuil Hall Visitor Center?

Yes, you'll find a variety of self-parking and valet-parking garages within easy walking distance to the Faneuil Hall Visitor Center where walking tours of the Freedom Trail are offered through the National Park Service.

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