Things to do in your long Subaru: The Boston Freedom Trail

       
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The Boston Freedom Trail 

As Spring approaches, us in New England, what better time than to take a walk back in time at The Boston Freedom Trail.
Offering 36 mph on the highway, and updated with all the latest safety features, the 2019 Subaru Impreza is an ideal vehicle for those with the passion to travel! Folding seats offer more room for your adventure gear, and the compact vehicle has a comfy, spacious interior for the family.

The Boston Freedom trail transforms the hustle and bustle of the city streets back in time to where it all started; the American Revolution. Walk amount the steps of famous members of history including Benjamin Franklin and Paul Revere and learn about the rich history of New England.

The tour takes guests to places such as the Massachusetts State House, the Boston Massacre sight, and Faneuil Hall. The tour also offers a collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, and even a ship that insight tour goers on the happenings of the American Revolution.

 Because March is Woman’s History Month, The Freedom Trail also offers a tour that discovers the women who took part in the American Revolution, and how worked through the struggles for freedom and equality. Walk the Freedom Trail and learn about centuries of Revolutionary Women who changed history. Some of these women include Anne Hutchinson, Abigail Adams, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Harriet Tubman, and Susan B. Anthony.
 
171 × 200Abigail Adams, wife of John Adams, and mother of John Quincy Adams, was the second First Lady of the United States. Famous for her action in woman’s rights, Abigail Adams wrote a letter about her concerns about eighteenth-century woman, and how they deserve more rights, including education.  She believed woman should not follow laws not made in their interest, nor be subjected to a life of being a house wife. She wanted woman to be intellectual and expand their knowledge through education.

She is famous for her March 1776 letter to John and the Continental Congress, where she expresses to men to be more kind to woman, and not to limit them of their power as husbands. She writes if woman are not treated with the right care, there will be a rebellion, in which woman will not abide by any law that permits them from having a voice, or, Representation.

Take a day with the family and enjoy the sights and scenery of historic Boston; For tickets and more information, please visit The Freedom Trail.
 
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