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Freedom Trail Walk Into History Tours

Boston's official Freedom Trail Walk Into History Tours take you to places where history was made!

  • Contact: Freedom Trail Foundation
  • Price: $14 adults, $12 seniors and students; $8 children, Free ages 6 and under
  • Neighborhood: Back Bay Downtown
  • Event Type: Learning and lectures Preservation Month
  • Posted: 04/08/2019 - 11:10am

Walk Into History along the iconic Freedom Trail – the 2.5 mile red line leading to nationally significant historic sites, every one an authentic treasure. The Freedom Trail is a unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution and beyond.

Led by 18th-century costumed Freedom Trail Players, tours feature tales of high treason, mob agitations, revolutionary actions, and partisan fights of the American Revolution. Walk the Freedom Trail through history!

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The 10 Best Freedom Trail Tours in Boston

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Whether you’re a Boston local or a tourist here for the weekend, you’re probably familiar with the red-brick road of the Freedom Trail, a quintessential landmark as recognizable as our beloved Citgo sign. But unlike Kenmore’s iconic sign, there’s no debate over the historical significance of the Freedom Trail. With 16 sites over 2.5 miles, stretching from Boston Common to Charlestown, the Freedom Trail paints a picture of the American Revolution, and the vital role our city played in the nation’s independence. Next time you’re looking to revisit the roots of our city, check out one of these tours to find the experience that works best for you.

Boston By Foot Heart of the Freedom Trail

Dust off your U.S history knowledge in a 90-minute, 0.7-mile tour of downtown Boston’s most famous landmarks from the nation’s path to independence. From Faneuil Hall to the first public school in America, you’ll be guided through the stomping grounds of the original New England patriots.

$8-$15, Samuel Adams Statue, Faneuil Hall, Boston, 617-367-2345, bostonbyfoot.org .

Boston By Foot: Boston By Little Feet

Described as a “child’s-eye view” of the Freedom Trail, this condensed version of their Heart of the Freedom Trail tour is designed specifically for children ages 6-12. Covering 0.7 miles and 10 historic spots in 60 minutes, the Boston By Little Feet tour is built to pack the city’s history into shorter attention spans.

$10-$12, Samuel Adams Statue, Faneuil Hall, Boston, 617-367-2345, bostonbyfoot.org .

Boston Duck Tours

The duck boats are as iconic as Boston itself, so why not use these semi-aquatic vehicles to tour the city? On any Duck Tour, you can see Freedom Trails sites like the Granary Burying Ground, Boston Common, and Faneuil Hall, as well as slightly more modern landmarks, like Cheers. Plus, you can receive discounts at the Museum of Science, the New England Aquarium, shops, and restaurants with your ticket.

$10.50-$42.99, 9 a.m. to 1 hour before sunset, Prudential Center, 53 Huntington Ave., Museum of Science, 1 Science Park, New England Aquarium, Central Wharf, Boston, 617-267-3825, bostonducktours.com .

Free Tours By Foot Freedom Trail Tour

With Free Tours by Foot, you name your price. This 2-hour, 1-mile tour of Freedom Trail sites including the Old Corner Bookstore, Park Street Church, and Boston Common tells an “epic story of Boston’s rise and America’s birth.” And at the end, the price is up to you.

April to June, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday at 10:30 a.m., June 20-Labor Day, everyday at 10:30 a.m., Labor Day to November, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday at 10:30 a.m., November-April, weekends at 10:30 a.m., Park Street T Station, Boston, 617-299-0764, freetoursbyfoot.com .

Lessons on Liberty Freedom Trail Walking Tour

With tours conducted by classically trained historians, Lessons on Liberty promises to be “Boston’s most historically accurate tour,” providing “little known facts and details” about colonial Boston’s landmark events, from the Stamp Act to the Boston Tea Party. If you’re craving an even more authentic experience to transport you back in time, visit Lessons on Liberty founder Gary Gregory’s colonial print shop, The Printing Office of Edes & Gill .

$8-$14.95, Boston Common Visitors Center, 139 Tremont St., Boston, 857-205-1775, lessonsonliberty.com .

Old Town Trolley Tours Trolley and Freedom Trail Package

If you’re looking to get the most out of a day spent sight-seeing in Boston, consider bundling a walk of the Freedom Trail with a trolley tour of the entire city. With Old Town Trolley Tours Trolley and Freedom Trail Package, you can experience a narrated hop-on, hop-off ride from the Pru to the waterfront and a 90-minute walking tour of the Freedom Trail. As a bonus, your ticket grants you free admission to the Old State House Museum and Boston’s Dreamland Wax Museum.

$25.46-$54, Old Town Trolley Tours, November-March 9 a.m.-4 p.m., April-October 9 a.m.-5 p.m., A Walk Into History Tour, daily tours at 11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 200 Atlantic Ave., Boston, 855-396-7433, trolleytours.com .

The Freedom Trail Foundation’s Walk Into History

On this 90-minute tour, you’ll see 11 out of 16 official Freedom Trail sites, including Boston Common, the Massachusetts State House, and the Granary Burying Ground, where you can visit the graves of noteworthy Revolutionary figures like Samuel Adams and Paul Revere.

$7-$14, daily tours at 2 p.m. 2:30 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., Boston Common Visitor Information Center, 139 Tremont St., Boston, 617-357-8300, thefreedomtrail.org .

The Freedom Trail Foundation’s African American Patriots

Gain a perspective on the American Revolution that your history classes might have missed through a tour that delves into the stories of African-American patriots in Boston. With discussion of notable figures like Crispus Attucks, Prince Hall, and Peter Salem, the Freedom Trail Foundation sheds light on the often lesser-known histories.

$8-$14, February, select Saturdays and Sundays at 12:45 p.m., Boston Common Visitor Information Center, 139 Tremont St., Boston, 617-357-8300, thefreedomtrail.org .

The Freedom Trail Foundation’s Lantern Tour

Explore the darker side of Boston’s history guided by a costumed Freedom Trail Player and the eerie glow of lantern light. You’ll hear stories of murders, assassins, and witch trials while visiting Freedom Trail locales like King’s Chapel Burying Ground and the Boston Massacre site. Recommended for visitors 12 years of age and older.

$8-$14, September-October, select Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 p.m., ArtsBoston Booth, Faneuil Hall, Boston, 617-357-8300, thefreedomtrail.org .

The Freedom Trail Foundation’s Revolutionary Women

This Freedom Trail tour is all about the women behind the Revolution, and the ladies who followed in their forward-thinking footsteps. Covering the same 11 sites as the Walk Into History tour, Revolutionary Women shifts the focus to tell the stories of female game-changers like Abigail Adams, Harriet Beecher Stowe, and Susan B. Anthony.

$8-$14, March, select Saturdays and Sundays at 12:45 p.m., Boston Common Visitor Information Center, 139 Tremont St., Boston, 617-357-8300, thefreedomtrail.org .

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There are a variety of Boston Freedom Trail tours. I most recently enjoyed the  Walk Into History Tour  which takes you to 11 of the Freedom Trail’s 16 sites located in downtown Boston.

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If you don’t know about this historic walk, it connects many of the locations and events that were integral in shaping our nation throughout the American Revolution.

It is about 2.5 miles long and is mostly connected by a red brick path. As you walk the trail, you will find yourself in a number of Boston’s landmarks and popular locations including the Boston Common, North End, and Faneuil Hall.

The Freedom Trail itself is free to explore, and many sites are free with markers explaining its historical significance, but some stops along the way, such as the Paul Revere house, do have an admission fee.

The Walk Into History Tour is a 90-min walking tour that starts in the Boston Common (there is also a reverse tour that ends there). A guide dressed in revolutionary-era clothes will meet you outside the visitor center, and take you around 11 of the 16 Freedom Trail sites, sharing Boston’s history.

If you’d like to learn more about doing a  self-guided tour, you can find loads of useful information on our Boston Freedom Trail page . Otherwise, stick with me here while I tell you about the Walk Into History Tour (and how to get it at a discount).

The Walk Into History Tour goes from the Boston Common to Faneuil Hall (there is also a reverse walking tour from Faneuil Hall to Boston Common). Freedom Trail sites are below; the starred ones are part of the walking tour.

I wouldn’t recommend it to families with young children, as there is a lot of walking and it is 90 minutes long. I witnessed many children melting down during this tour. However, it is great for older children and adults, and for tourists interested in learning more about Boston’s history.

Freedom Trail Walk Into History Tour Ticket Options

If the Freedom Trail is the one attraction on your to-do list for your time in Boston, then  you can reserve tickets now and pay later through GetYourGuide .

FYI, if you want something a bit more in-depth, Cambridge Historical Tours offers a  2.5 hour tour of the Freedom Trail which you can learn about here .

Finally, if you are looking to do  multiple  tourist activities and want the  flexibility  of a discount pass, the Freedom Trail Foundation® Walk Into History Tour is available on both the  Go City® Boston All-Inclusive Pass  and their  Explorer Pass .

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Offering some of New England's most applauded and popular historic tours, the Freedom Trail Foundations welcomes you to explore this path through history. Led by friendly, knowledgeable 18th century costumed guides, a 90-minute Walk into History tour is a wonderful way to experience the Freedom Trail. The mix of fun, humor and history provides a hands-on experience that will make you feel as if you are actually living the days of the Revolution.

Bostonians concerned with preserving the city's colonial history created the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail in the 1950s. The walking trail, identified by red bricks embedded in the pavement, includes 16 significant national historic sites. These authentic American treasures include burying grounds, churches, museums, parks and Old Ironsides. Along with a number of historic markers, they tell the story America's fight for independence and the establishment of a new nation.

Rates Adult: $13.00 Child: $7.50 (age 12 yrs old & younger) Senor/Student: $11.00 Senior age 60+/Student with valid student ID No hidden costs! Our low price includes taxes and fees.

Operating Times: Daily tours available year-round. Closed: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years Day. Please arrive 15 minutes before tour departure.

Departure Locations and Operating Times: Tours departing from:

Boston Common Visitor Information Center:

Current Schedule: 11:00 am, 12:00 noon, 1:00 pm, 2:00pm & 3:00pm. Daily

Additional Seasonal time (May 4th -October) - 4:00 pm. Daily.

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Departures in season only (April-October) at 10:30 am; 11:30am, 1:30 pm (ends Nov 8th) & 2:30 pm (ends Nov 8th); 3:30pm.

Times vary depending on season. For most accurate time departures and additional tour times, please call Customer Service (eTicket will have phone numbers listed).

Reservation Notes: Reservations are NOT needed or accepted. Tickets can be used on any operating day within 6 months of the purchase date.

Duration:  90 minutes

Booth Location: Tours depart from: Boston Common Visitor Information Center - 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111ArtsBoston BosTix booth at Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Nearest Intersection:  Tremont St and West St.

Booth Location: Tours depart from: Boston Common Visitor Information Center - 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111

Parking: Boston Common Garage -Charles Street (underneath Boston Common) Parcel 7 Garage - New Sudbury Street (Faneuil Hall) Dock Square Parking Garage - Clinton Street (Faneuil Hall) Standard Parking Facility - 75 State Street (Faneuil Hall)

Discounted parking is available at the 75 State Street Garage located on Broad Street. Open 24 Hrs. $13 PARKING after 5:00 PM Weekdays, all day Sat, Sun and select holidays with $3 OFF validation coupon, available at participating Faneuil Hall Marketplace merchants Visit www.75StateStreetGarage.com or call 774 641-1476 for more details.

Age Requirements: Child Ticket: 12 yrs old and under. Senior Ticket: 60+ Student: with a valid student id

Notes: Extend your stay on the Freedom Trail and visit the sites that most tours do not include entrance to Freedom Trail sites which have admission fees (Old South Meeting House, Old State House and Paul Revere House). You can purchase tickets at the sites.

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Huzzah! Due to the Celtics' champions parade on Friday, June 21, the Foundation's Freedom Trail Tours at 10 am, 11 am  and 12 pm will depart from the ArtsBoston Booth at Faneuil Hall.  Select historic sites will be closed, including Granary and King's Burying Grounds and King's Chapel.

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The Embrace Memorial, Boston Common (near 139 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111)

Fridays - Sundays July 5 - September 1 10:45 am & 11:45 am

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Boston's official Freedom Trail tours!  The Freedom Trail Foundation's most popular, introductory, tours highlight the diverse history that took place at 11 of the 16 official Freedom Trail historic sites, featuring Boston Common, Massachusetts State House, Park Street Church, Granary Burying Ground, King's Chapel & King's Chapel Burying Ground, Boston Latin School site/Benjamin Franklin statue, Old Corner Bookstore, Old South Meeting House, Old State House, Boston Massacre site, and Faneuil Hall.  Experience stories of the American Revolution, as well as the history of traditionally underrepresented peoples spanning from the 16 th  – 21 st  centuries.  

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Web Ticket Only Tours are the same as Walk Into History Tours, but are limited to 20 people. Tour guides will have an attendance list to check in guests who have purchased tickets.

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What is the Freedom Trail?

Boston’s official Freedom Trail® Tours take you to places where history was made! Walk Into History along the iconic Freedom Trail – the 2.5 mile red line leading to nationally significant historic sites , each one an authentic treasure.  Preserved and dedicated by the citizens of Boston in 1951, the Freedom Trail is a unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution and beyond.  Led by 18th-century costumed Freedom Trail Players®, tours feature tales of high treason, mob agitations, revolutionary actions, and partisan fights of the American Revolution. Discover the rich history of the American Revolution, as it began in Boston, where every step tells a story.

For more information, please visit TheFreedomTrail.org or call (617) 357-8300. Walk the Freedom Trail through history!

Freedom Trail Tours depart from two locations:

Boston Common Visitor Information Center

(139 Tremont Street)

ArtsBoston/Bostix Booth, Faneuil Hall (South side, near Samuel Adams statue)

Freedom Trail Tour Tickets: May be purchased at departure locations   or online at TheFreedomTrail.org (discounted tickets available).

Hear History Audio Guide: The Freedom Trail Foundation also offers the Hear History: Audio Guide for purchase at the Boston Common Visitor Information Center or online at TheFreedomTrail.org .

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Boston Food Tours: A Glimpse of History at the Freedom Trail

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Boston offers an incredible food scene that draws visitors from all over the world. The Boston Food Tours highlights the city’s famous fresh seafood, including lobster rolls and clam chowder. Beyond seafood, Boston offers a range of classic American dishes and ethnic cuisines. This diverse culinary landscape makes Boston an exciting destination for food lovers. Walking through the city, you can find everything from trendy food trucks to historic eateries. Each place has its own unique flavor and story.

Food tours have become a popular way to explore Boston’s culinary delights. Our Boston Food Tour stands out because it combines delicious food with fascinating history. On this tour, participants get to sample a variety of local dishes while learning about Boston’s rich past. The experience is both educational and tasty, making it perfect for tourists and locals looking for a food experience. Each stop on the tour is carefully selected to showcase the best of what Boston has to offer. You’ll leave with a full stomach and a deeper appreciation for the city.

One of the highlights of our tour is the walk through the Freedom Trail . This historic path takes you through some of Boston’s most significant sites. By focusing on this part of the tour, we aim to give participants a unique perspective on Boston’s history. The Freedom Trail is more than just a series of landmarks; it’s a journey through time. As you walk along the trail, you’ll hear stories of the people and events that shaped America. This blend of food and history makes our Boston Food Tour a memorable adventure.

The Boston Food Tours Experience

On our Secret Food Tour: Boston, you will savor some of the city’s most famous dishes. The tour begins in the Blackstone Block Historic District. Here, you’ll enjoy a cup of New England clam chowder at one of the oldest restaurants in America. This creamy and hearty soup is a local favorite, perfect for starting your culinary journey. 

Next, we head to the Boston Public Market, an urban food hall where locals shop. Your guide will reveal secrets to bypassing long lines to get the best lobster roll in town. This fresh and flavorful sandwich is a must-try when visiting Boston. As you taste the lobster roll, you’ll learn interesting facts about the market and its vendors. 

Then, we venture into the historic North End, also known as Little Italy . Here, you’ll enjoy a classic Chicken Parmesan sandwich and a delightful Arancini. As you walk through this vibrant neighborhood, you’ll also sample Italian pizza , known for its crispy crust and melted cheese. Along the way, your guide will share stories about American legends like Paul Revere as you pass parts of the Freedom Trail. The tour concludes with a sweet treat, a mini cannoli, and a lesson on Boston’s famous Cannoli Wars. And don’t forget our Secret Dish, which adds an extra surprise to your adventure.

If you’d like to read more about our tour itinerary, this blog post is for you.

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The Freedom Trail: A Historical Highlight

The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile path that guides visitors through downtown Boston, connecting 16 significant historical sites. This trail tells the story of the American Revolution and the birth of the United States. Each site along the trail is marked with a plaque, making it easy to follow. Some of the most notable stops include the Massachusetts State House, Paul Revere’s House, and the Old North Church. Walking this trail gives visitors a deeper understanding of the events that shaped American history.

Our Boston Food Tours includes a walk through parts of the Freedom Trail. This segment of the tour is designed to blend historical insights with culinary delights. As you walk the trail, our guides provide engaging stories and interesting facts about each landmark. You’ll learn about the brave men and women who played crucial roles in the fight for independence. The Freedom Trail is not just about buildings and monuments; it’s about the people and the events that took place there. This historical context enriches the overall experience of the tour.

During the walk, you’ll see key sites such as the Massachusetts State House, with its iconic golden dome, and Paul Revere’s House, where the famous patriot lived. You’ll also visit the Old North Church, where the signal lanterns of “One if by land, two if by sea” were hung. These landmarks are more than just historical buildings; they are symbols of American freedom and resilience. By the end of this part of the tour, you’ll have a greater appreciation for Boston’s role in American history. The Freedom Trail adds a unique dimension to the Boston Food Tours , making it a memorable and enriching experience.

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Exploring a little deeper on the history of the Freedom Trail, we learn that it was established in 1951 by local journalist William Schofield. Schofield suggested the idea of linking important historical sites to create a walking trail. This trail would help preserve Boston’s history and make it accessible to both residents and visitors. The idea quickly gained support, and the Freedom Trail Foundation was formed to oversee its development.

The trail begins at Boston Common, the oldest public park in the United States. From there, it winds through the city, connecting landmarks like the Massachusetts State House, built in 1798, and the site of the Boston Massacre, where British soldiers killed five colonists in 1770. Another key site is Faneuil Hall, known as the “Cradle of Liberty,” where colonists met to discuss plans for independence. Paul Revere’s House and the Old North Church, famous for the “One if by land, two if by sea” signal, are also on the trail.

Each site along the Freedom Trail tells a part of the story of the American Revolution. The trail ends at the Bunker Hill Monument, which commemorates one of the first major battles of the Revolution. Walking the Freedom Trail offers a journey through time, highlighting the events and people who played critical roles in America’s fight for independence. The trail is marked by a red line, either painted or made of bricks, making it easy to follow. Today, the Freedom Trail attracts millions of visitors each year, serving as a reminder of the city’s pivotal role in American history. This rich historical context adds depth and meaning to the Boston Food Tours , making each step an educational and memorable experience.

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Culinary Stops Along the Freedom Trail

Our Boston Food Tours includes several delicious stops near the Freedom Trail. These stops are chosen to provide a taste of Boston’s best foods. The first stop is in the Blackstone Block Historic District, where you’ll enjoy a cup of New England clam chowder. This creamy soup is a local favorite, perfect for warming up on a chilly day. The historic setting adds to the charm, making it a memorable start to the tour.

Next, we visit the Boston Public Market. Here, you’ll get to taste a fresh lobster roll, one of Boston’s signature dishes. This market is a bustling spot where locals shop for fresh produce and artisanal goods. Your guide will show you how to get the best lobster roll in town without waiting in long lines. The combination of fresh lobster, buttery roll, and special seasonings makes this a must-try experience.

In the historic North End, you’ll sample Italian pizza. Known for its crispy crust and rich toppings, this pizza is a staple in Boston’s Little Italy. You’ll also enjoy a mini cannoli while learning about Boston’s famous Cannoli Wars. These sweet treats are the perfect way to end the tour. Each stop along the Freedom Trail not only offers delicious food but also ties back to the city’s rich history, creating a unique and enjoyable experience for all participants.

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The Boston Food Tours offers a unique experience that combines delicious food with rich history. Walking through the city’s streets, you’ll taste iconic dishes like clam chowder, lobster rolls, and Italian pizza. Each stop not only provides a culinary treat but also connects you with Boston’s storied past. The tour’s highlight, the walk along the Freedom Trail, brings history to life with engaging stories and significant landmarks. This blend of food and history makes the tour special and memorable.

We invite you to immerse yourself in Boston’s culinary and history. Discover the flavors that define the city and learn about the events that shaped the nation. The Boston Food Tours is perfect for food lovers and history enthusiasts alike. Whether you are a local or a visitor, this tour offers a new perspective on the city. Each bite and each story contribute to an enriching and enjoyable experience.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to explore Boston in a unique way. Book your Boston Food Tours today and embark on an adventure that you’ll never forget. Taste the best of the city’s cuisine while walking through its historic streets.

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Exploring the History and Culture of Elektrostal: A 2-Hour Walking Tour

This two-hour walking tour of Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia, will take you through the city’s vibrant streets and squares, giving you a chance to explore the city’s unique culture and history. The tour will begin at the Elektrostal City Hall (Address: ul. Lenina, 1, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). Here, you can admire the building’s impressive architecture and learn about the city’s history. Next, you will head to the Elektrostal Museum of Local Lore (Address: ul. Lenina, 2, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). This museum is home to a variety of artifacts and exhibits that tell the story of the city’s past. From there, you will make your way to the Elektrostal Central Market (Address: ul. Lenina, 3, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). Here, you can browse the stalls and pick up some souvenirs or local delicacies. Afterwards, you will head to the Elektrostal Cathedral (Address: ul. Lenina, 4, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). This beautiful church is a great place to admire the city’s architecture and take in the atmosphere. Next, you will make your way to the Elektrostal Art Gallery (Address: ul. Lenina, 5, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). Here, you can admire the works of local artists and learn about the city’s art scene. Afterwards, you will head to the Elektrostal Park (Address: ul. Lenina, 6, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). This park is a great place to take a break and relax in the shade of the trees. Finally, you will make your way to the Elektrostal Shopping Center (Address: ul. Lenina, 7, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045). Here, you can find a variety of shops and restaurants, as well as a cinema. Along the way, you can also stop at some of the city’s interesting shops and eateries. For example, you can visit the Kofein Coffee Shop (Address: ul. Lenina, 8, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045) for a cup of coffee and a snack, or the Kvartal Pub (Address: ul. Lenina, 9, Elektrostal, Moscow Oblast, Russia; Latitude/Longitude: 55.814092, 38.445045) for a beer and some traditional Russian food.

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