Make a reservation for an Education Program, a Ranger-Guided talk or tour, or a visit to Boston National Historical Park.
Boston National Historical Park currently offers virtual talks and tours for groups of any size. These include virtual Freedom Trail Tours, Faneuil Hall talks, USS Cassin Young (DD-793) talks, and Battle of Bunker Hill talks. Rangers can also speak to your group on a variety of Park-related topics, including on the American Revolution and Abolition movement in Boston, as well as on the 20th century Boston defense industry. Unless otherwise stated, all programs are 30-60 minutes.
As staffing permits we can offer free 60 minute walking tours led by National Park Service rangers along the heart of Boston's Freedom Trail. When our sites are open, we also offer programs at the Bunker Hill Monument, the Charlestown Navy Yard, and the USS Cassin Young (DD-793). When Faneuil Hall is open to the public, Rangers offer 15-20 minute talks every hour. Contact the Park via email for more information on our in-person offerings. Reservations are for groups of 10 or more only.
*In following state and local guidelines, we are currently only offering virtual programming.
Contact us by Email to Schedule a Visit
To schedule a visit, email us at BOST_RSVP@nps.gov. You may also email your reservation request using the link below. In the message section, please be sure to include:
Last updated: August 12, 2021