Here's my way overdue posting of the Freedom Trail.
Is is estimated that each year over 3.2 million people visit Boston and walk "The Freedom Trail", a 2.5 mile (4km) trail making it one of the most popular and successful historic destinations in the US.
As a person that never enjoyed history, I never thought I would have this much fun sketching and learning about American History. Every Saturday that I walked and sketched, it felt like I was traveling somewhere distant but in reality was still in my home town.
I didn't take too many pictures along the way but here are some from the journey.
Here’s inside Faneuil hall – 2nd floor meeting hall
Sketching one of Boston's oldest buildings - Paul Revere's house
A cute little Fire house in Charlestown
The last landmark site on the Freedom Trail - Bunker hill monument
In total I sketched over 80 sketches and inspired by the 2 books I bought in Barcelona by Nina and Swasky on Gaudi, I'm in the midsts of working on turning these into a book :)
Here's the index/map creation in process.
Still lots to do but I do hope I can finish before the end of the year to be able to share with everyone.