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Early American history walking tour of Lower Manhattan
"While many of you are in your beds in the early hours of July 4, I will be leading a 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. tour of Revolutionary War sites in Lower Manhattan," explains James Kaplan.
(James Kaplan)

Tours along the Freedom Trail in Boston
"People come from all over the world to walk the trail... I also have a blast with the school groups," explains tour guide Elissa Forsythe, about the revolutionary war tour in the heart of urban Boston.

Revolutionary War site tours in New York City
Is there a bus tour that covers Revolutionary War sites in the Big Apple, New York City? --- Well, none, but there are lots of walking tours. The Brits and the Yanks battled hard over the Little Apple. "New York City during the American Revolution was a focus of the war in 1776," says Karen Quinones from Patriot Tours, which focuses in Revolutionary War walking tours in Manhattan. "Both the British and the Colonists fought to occupy New York City, and in August of 1776, one of the largest battles of the war was fought here." Most of the Revolutionary War-era sights can be visited by foot in a day.