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Bay State Cruise Company-Provincetown Ferry

  • Description
    The Boston to Provincetown, Cape Cod Ferry-The Provincetown II was designed to capture the lines and ambiance of the great coastal steamers which carried Boston's citizenry to Cape Cod in the late 19th and 20th centuries. The triple decked vessel offers three spacious open and enclosed decks to ensure comfort as you enjoy the sun, sights, activities, entertainment and well stocked food and beverage bars onboard. A walk along Commercial Street steps from the Provincetown dock will take you to dozen's of uniques shops, galleries, and restaurants.
  • Hours:
    Traditional Ferry: Departures June 27-September 5, 2009: Saturday only, 9:00 am from Boston, 3:30 pm from Provincetown;
    Fast Ferry (Upgrades only): Daily departures from Boston (May 15-October 13, 2009), 8:30 am, 1:00 pm and 5:30 pm
    Just show your card to take advantage all of these great Included Extras.

Boston Childrens Museum

  • Description
    Boston Children's Museum has been building innovative, meaningful, and fun exhibits for over 90 years. Their emphasis on 'hands-on engagement and learning through experience' has inspired museums worldwide. Designed for children and families, the exhibits focus on science, culture, environmental awareness, health & fitness, and the arts. Climb a three-story structure, explore Science Playground, get inspired by KidPower, visit an authentic Japanese house, make art, and much more!
  • Hours
    Go Boston Card honored daily, 10:00 am-5:00 pm

Boston Duck Tours (Bonus choice included with 3, 5 and 7 day cards)

  • Description
    You've got to love a tour guide who encourages you to quack at passers byers. The Boston Duck Tours combine high-energy fun with a unique perspective on all the history that makes Boston a great town. During the 80-minute tour, see the gold-domed State House, Newbury Street, and much more. Then, just when you think you've seen it all, the World War II style landing craft you've been riding in takes you to the edge of the Charles River... and drives right in! Your tour bus becomes a tour boat, and you get a duck's-eye view of Boston and Cambridge from the water.
  • Hours
    March 23-November 29: Daily, every half-hour from 9:00 am until one hour before sunset and weekends in December. Duck Tours may be offered after 5:30 pm, but the Go Boston Card is only accepted until 5:30 pm.

Boston Harbor 1 hour Segway Adventure (Bonus choice included with 3, 5 and 7 day cards)

  • Description
    Avoid traffic and see the sights of Boston Harbor in style with Boston Gliders' 1-hour Segway Adventure, voted a top attraction by customers on Tripadvisor. Don’t be afraid, riding a Segway is easy and exciting! after having a brief training lesson, your tour guide will lead you through 60 minutes of pure fun. You’ll view some amazing locations around Boston Harbor, including Christopher Columbus Park, the Rose Kennedy greenway (featuring stunning sculptures, abstract art, and flowers), the HarborWalk (with breathtaking views of the Harbor), the Northern Avenue Bridge, the Seaport District, the Institute of Contemporary Art, and more. it’s an experience you won’t want to miss.
  • Hours
    April-October: Go Boston Card honored daily, 9:00 am-5:30 pm

Boston Movie Mile Walking Tour

  • Description
    Come aboard! Relive the days of Boston's Tall Ships. The 125-foot Liberty Clipper is a gaff-rigged topsail schooner, grandly fashioned in the tradition of the spectacular wind-driven coastal schooners of the mid-1800s, which helped create the rich nautical history of Boston and New England. Take the wheel, set the sails, fire the cannon, throw tea in the harbor, feast on sumptuous fare, or just sit back and enjoy the sights and beauty of Boston Harbor and Islands.
  • Hours
    May 10-September 30
    Daily sails at 12:00 pm & 3:00 pm

Boston TV & Movie Site Tour

  • Description
    Lights, Camera, Action! Climb on board the movie themed Theater-on-Wheels and experience Boston's movie magic by visiting filming hotspots made famous by your favorite TV shows and movies. Learn behind-the-scenes trivia and insider gossip about Good Will Hunting, The Departed, Ally McBeal, Mystic River, Boston Legal, Cheers and many more.
  • Hours
    January-March: Saturday, 11:00 am
    April-May: Saturday & Sunday, 11:00 am
    June-August: Thursday-Sunday, 11:00 am
    September-October: Saturday & Sunday, 11:00 am
    November-December: Saturday, 11:00 am

Boston Tall Ships

  • Description
    Lights, Camera, Action! Experience Boston's movie magic as you explore the famous Boston Movie Mile on this fun and interactive walking tour. Learn behind-the-scenes trivia and inside gossip as you visit filming hotspots made famous by over 30 movies and TV shows such as The Departed, Good Will Hunting, Cheers, Ally McBeal, Boston Legal, and more. Sit on the famous park bench from Good Will Hunting. Have a drink at the Bull & Finch Pub, the inspiration for Cheers. Tour guests receive a special discount on food and merchandise. Catch a glimpse of the building where Ally McBeal was filmed. See filming locations from the movie The Departed.
  • Hours
    May-June: Friday-Sunday, 2:00 pm;
    July-August: Thursday-Monday, 2:00 pm;
    September: Saturday, 2:00 pm

Cape Cod Baseball Hall of Fame

  • Description
    The Cape Cod Baseball League (CCBL) is an amateur baseball league located on Cape Cod, in which many college baseball stars play during the summer. Many Major League Baseball players have played in the League during their college years; MLB has provided financial support to the Cape League for over 40 years. The league is also notable for its use of wooden bats, often the first introduction of college players to using wooden bats. Because it draws top-tier college players, the level of play is often considered the equivalent of high-A Minor League Baseball.
  • Hours
    Mid April-Late October
    Monday-Saturday 9:00 to 5:00 pm
    Sunday 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Cape Cod Canal Cruise

  • Description
    Cruise the widest man-made canal, Cape Cod's fascinating and famous waterway. Get an underbelly view of the Cape's two swooping car bridges and its unusual railroad bridge as you cruise your way among a variety of interesting craft and a narrator fills you in on the canal's history. This two-hour sightseeing cruise includes live commentary about the history and sights. Points of interest include Mass Maritime Academy, the Bourne Bridge, Vertical-Lift Railroad Bridge, Aptucxet Trading Post and Gray Gables.
  • Hours
    May 2, 3, 9, 10: Daily, 1:30 pm;
    May 18-June 22: Daily, 1:30 pm;
    June 23-September 6: Monday-Saturday, 1:30 pm (closed Sunday);
    September 7-24: Daily, 1:30 pm;
    September 28-October 11, weekends only, 1:30 pm

Cape Cod Central Railroad

  • Description
    Take the scenic 'road' around the Cape and leave the driving to us! Travel back in time to a by-gone era as our commentator relives over 150 years of railroading on Cape Cod. Let the clickety-clack of the steel wheels whisk you away on a nostalgic two hour journey where you'll enjoy views accessible only by the railways. Sand dunes, salt marshes, woodlands, and cranberry bogs line the rails to the banks of the Cape Cod Canal. Highlights include the Barnstable County Complex, Great Salt Marsh, The Sandwich Boardwalk, and the rich history of Cape Cod Canal. Make a whistle-stop in the historic village of Sandwich, Cape Cod's oldest town, with time to browse, dine, or visit one of its premier museums. Check the website for schedule information.
  • Hours
    May 24-October 26. Days and times vary depending on season

Cape Cod Maritime Museum

  • Description
    Cape Cod Maritime Museum, located only steps away from Main Street and the Island ferries, brings to life the unique nautical heritage of the Cape through exciting, family-friendly exhibits. 'Transformation: From Farming to Seafaring. Cape Cod 1639 - 1739' chronicles and explores Colonial life on Cape Cod both from the European and Native People's perspectives. The exhibit examines themes such as agricultural life on the Cape, early voyages from Europe to America, and drift and shore whaling, which enticed Cape farmers away from the land and served as a catalyst to the development of the rich maritime tradition that we revere today. The exhibit features the remains of the ship Sparrow-Hawk, which wrecked on the Outer Beach in 1626, and includes art and artifacts depicting life amongst the Colonists and indigenous Wampanoag People. Within the Museum a specially designated children's area features fun, hands-on activities, quizzes, arts and crafts, and the Museum Book Store offers a range of maritime books and gifts for all.
  • Hours
    Tuesday-Saturday, 10:00 am-4:00 pm;
    Sunday, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm

Cape Cod Gray Line Tour

  • Description
    Cape Cod offers up the essence of New England summers. Cross the Cape Cod Canal and enter the world of sand dunes and salty beaches. The tour includes a cruise of picturesque Hyannisport Harbor with views of the famous Kennedy compound, as well as a visit to the John F. Kennedy Memorial. There's plenty of time for lunch (fried clams, anyone?), shopping, and sightseeing. Round out your summertime visit to Boston with a relaxing detour to the fun and sun of spirited Cape Cod.
  • Hours
    June 1-September 13: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, arrive at Gray Line departure location by 9:00 am

Cape Cod Museum of Art

  • Description
    If you truly want to know the Cape, you can discover its heart and soul as envisioned by its artists at the Cape Cod Museum of Art - the museum is dedicated to exhibiting outstanding art from the Cape & Islands and Southeastern Massachusetts. Here, you will be amazed by the diversity of Cape-inspired art in several galleries. You can enjoy the quiet beauty of the Sculpture Garden, explore your creativity in year-round classes for children and adults, and find unique gifts by local artists and artisans in the Museum Shop. There are frequent special events throughout the year. Kids can always have fun with the Treasure Hunt in the Galleries. The museum is on the grounds of the Cape Cod Center for the Arts. You can make it a whole day at the Center which includes the Cape Playhouse, Cape Cinema and Center Stage Cafe, all in the center of the quaint village of Dennis.
  • Hours
    Monday-Saturday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm;
    Sunday, 12:00 pm-5:00 pm;
    Thursday, 10:00 am-8:00 pm

Cape Cod Museum of Natural History

  • Description
    A visit to the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History is a must and provides hours of hands-on-time for nature enthusiasts of all ages. Meander through woodland, salt marsh or on the shore of Cape Cod Bay along the Museums nature trails; explore life in the fresh and salt water tanks holding various indigenous residents, go birding from the comfort of a cozy chair, or view working beehives. The museum is housed in a 17,000 square foot building on over 380 acres of conservation land rich in bird and other wildlife. There are two floors of exhibits that include the Cape's ongoing coastal changes, an aquarium, an osprey cam, nature presentations, and other family programs. Join the guided walks through diverse native habitats and enjoy the Cape Cod of old. The Museum also has a library and a Museum shop.
  • Hours
    January: Open for special programs only. February 1-March 31: Thursday-Sunday, 11:00 am-3:00 pm;
    April 1-May 31: Wednesday-Sunday, 11:00 am-3:00 pm;
    June 1-September 30: Daily, 9:30 am-4:00 pm;
    October 1-December 30: Wednesday-Sunday, 11:00 am-3:00 pm

Cape Cod Rail Trail Bike and Kayak Rental

  • Description
    Located directly on the Cape Cod Rail Trail, the Rail Trail Bike Shop is your gateway to exploring Cape Cod the best way, on a bike! Park your car in the lot and off you go. The Rail Trail is a paved recreational path that runs from S. Dennis through Wellfleet along the abandoned Penn Central Railway. It is 26 miles in length and travels through some of the most picturesque scenery on Cape Cod. Beautiful forests, Cranberry bogs, kettle ponds and salt marshes are all sights to be enjoyed along the trail. You'll even enjoy direct access to the Cape Cod National Seashore.
  • Hours
    April 15-May 14 and September 4-October 15: Daily, 10:00 am-5:00 pm;
    May 15-September 3: Daily, 8:00 am-6:00 pm

Cape Cod - Heritage Museums & Gardens

  • Description
    The largest cultural attraction on Cape Cod, Heritage Museums & Gardens is located on 100 acres of award-winning gardens. Thousands of daffodils and tulips bloom the end of April, Dexter rhododendrons are at peak in the spring, hybrid daylilies in every conceivable color can be found all over the grounds mid-July through August and beautiful Hydrangeas can be seen in the fall.
  • Hours
    January–March, Open by event or program reservation;
    April 1–October 31: Daily, 10:00 am–5:00 pm;
    November 26–December 12: Weekends for Holidays at Heritage at 5:00 pm

Cape Cod - Hyannisport Harbor Cruise

  • Description
    Acquaint yourself with the Hyannis area aboard a one-hour Hyannisport Harbor Cruise. Hop on board the Maine Coastal steamer replica 'Prudence.' You'll see the Kennedy Memorial as well as Squaw Island, Great Island, The Hyannis Yacht Club and Point Gammon Lighthouse. Live commentary offers you a wonderful way to get to know the local landmarks, popular beaches and other points of interest including the historic Kennedy Compound.
  • Hours
    April 17–October 24: Daily, 5 to 8 departures

Cape Cod - John F Kennedy Hyannis Museum

  • Description
    John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum is a multimedia exhibit designed to open a window on the days JFK spent on Cape Cod: days relaxing with family, playing football with PT109 buddies, and days spent sailing on the ocean to which he was so constantly drawn. The exhibit features over 80 photographs spanning the years 1934 to 1963 and is arranged in thematic groupings to reflect John F. Kennedy, his family, friends and the Cape Cod he so dearly loved. In addition to photography, a video narrated by Walter Cronkite depicts the president's experiences on the Cape. Several themed areas include charged oral histories of JFK's friends.
  • Hours
    Mid-April-Mid-October: Monday-Saturday, 9:00 am-5:00 pm Sunday, 12:00 pm-5:00 pm
    Mid-October-December: Thursday-Saturday, 10:00 am-4:00 pm Sunday, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm
    Mid-February-mid-April: Thursday-Saturday, 10:00 am-4:00 pm Sunday, 12:00 pm-4:00 pm

Cape Cod - Sandwich Glass Museum

  • Description
    Located in the heart of Sandwich Village, the Sandwich Glass Museum interprets the history of the town and its glass industry. There are displays of more than 6,000 glass pieces created by the different glass companies in Sandwich during the 19th and 20th centuries and new introductory exhibits. A new furnace allows visitors to view the intriguing world of glassblowing and interact with the glassblower as he demonstrates glassmaking in all its complexity. In the new Hirschmann Theater a 20-minute multi-media presentation called 'Sandwich: The First 200 Years' is an exciting introduction to the history of the town. The museum's dazzling gift shop features new contemporary glass artists as well as reproductions, perfumes, jewelry, paperweights, vases, and ornaments.
  • Hours
    April-December: Daily, 9:30 am-5:00 pm;
    February and March: Wednesday-Sunday, 9:30 am-4:00 pm

Charles Riverboat Cruise

  • Description
    The Charles River is one of America's most beautiful rivers, offering spectacular views of the Boston and Cambridge skylines. There's something unique and fascinating about viewing so many remarkable sites from the river that makes it an important part of the city's spirit. Enjoy a cruise around the Charles River Basin as the Captain points out the most historic sights of Boston and Cambridge. View Beacon Hill, the Esplanade, Back Bay, Boston University, MIT, and Harvard as you cruise past countless sailboats and rowers. The 1st tour of the day takes you on a thrilling ride through the Charles River locks and into historic Boston Harbor. Enjoy spectacular views of Old Ironsides, the Bunker Hill Monument, the Old North Church, and the Boston skyline as the Captain relives the thrill of Boston's maritime history.
  • Hours
    May 1-October 31: Daily;
    60-minute Charles River Locks/Boston Harbor Tour: 10:00 am;
    60-minute Charles River Boat Tour: 11:20 am, 12:40 pm, 2:00 pm, 3:20 pm, and 4:40 pm

Concord Museum

  • Description
    Concord Museum is a great place to start your tour of Concord and Lexington. Tucked away in a Colonial revival building on the side of a tree-lined country road, the Concord Museum houses amazing artifacts of American history. On exhibit is one of the lanterns hung in the Old North Church on the night of April 18, 1775, as well as other relics of the American Revolution. The Concord Museum also holds the world's most comprehensive collection of artifacts associated with Henry D. Thoreau, including the desk on which he wrote the influential Walden Pond and 'Civil Disobedience'. The Museum also houses the study of Ralph Waldo Emerson, the great American spokesman for individualism and self reliance. The Concord Museum collection is a distinguished one containing numerous examples of 17th, 18th, and 19th-century decorative arts, case furniture, tables, seating furniture, clocks, looking glasses, textiles, ceramics, and metalware. Curators, historians, and educators have recognized the collection for its national significance for more than a century.
  • Hours
    April-December: Monday-Saturday, 9:00 am-5:00 pm; Sunday, noon-5:00 pm;
    (June - August, open at 9:00 am on Sundays);
    January-March: Monday-Saturday, 11:00 am-4:00 pm;Sunday, 1:00 pm-4:00 pm

Concord - Louisa May Alcott Orchard House

  • Description
    Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House is a true pilgrimage site for all who treasure the classic novel, Little Women, written there in 1868. Orchard House not only served as the Alcott family home but was also the setting for Little Women. Built in 1690, the house has remarkable architectural authenticity, and with most of the original family artifacts, it feels as if the Alcotts just left. The warm, welcoming atmosphere evokes cherished memories of the characters Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, while guided tours offer fascinating insights into the real-life family members who inspired them. See where Alcott theatricals were performed; marvel at artwork literally covering walls and doors; discover how the Alcotts participated in numerous reforms; and appreciate their contributions to literature, education, art, philosophy, and social justice.
  • Hours
    April 1-October 31: Monday-Saturday, 10:00 am-4:30 pm Sunday, 1:00 pm-4:30 pm
    November 1-March 31: Monday-Friday, 11:00 am-3:00 pm Saturday, 10:00 am-4:30 pm Sunday, 1:00 pm-4:30 pm

Concord - The Old Manse

  • Description
    Replete with its original 18th and 19th century furnishings, the Old Manse is located adjacent to Concord’s Old North Bridge, where on April 19, 1775 Minutemen fired the shots ‘heard 'round the world.’ Built by Ralph Waldo Emerson’s grandfather in 1769, this atmospheric parsonage not only witnessed America’s birth, but also nurtured the American Renaissance within its walls and on its beautiful grounds. Here Emerson drafted Nature, Nathaniel Hawthorne established his literary career, and naturalist Henry David Thoreau tended the land. In addition, woman’s rights activist Margaret Fuller, pioneer educationist Horace Mann, and abolitionist John Brown paid regular visits. The Old Manse remained in the Emerson family until 1939, when Massachusetts’ leading conservation organization, the Trustees of Reservations, purchased the property and opened it as a house museum. Do not miss this very special place!
  • Hours
    April 13–October 31: Daily, Monday–Saturday, 10:00 am–5:00 pm; Sundays and holidays, 12:00 pm–5:00 pm (Last tour leaves by 4:30 pm. ?By guided tour only.)
    November 1–April 12: Thursday and Friday, 2:00 pm–5:00 pm; Saturday and Sunday, 12:00 pm–5:00 pm (Last tour leaves by 4:30 pm. By guided tour only.)

Daily Luncheon or Weekend Brunch Cruise (Bonus choice included with 3, 5 or 7 day cards)

  • Description
    With Boston Harbor Cruises’ Luncheon and Brunch Cruises, you not only enjoy a sumptuous buffet, it’s the only cruise that lets you feast on Boston’s tantalizing folklore as recounted by local historians. An expert narrator will join you onboard this two-hour tour through Boston’s inner and outer Harbor. after you’ve had a chance to take in the menu, they will regale you with all kinds of fun, informative and interactive tidbits of the city’s history. Throughout the cruise, you’re invited to explore the vessel and its three spacious decks for the best views of Boston and its many highlights, including the USS Constitution, old north Church, Boston Light and the Boston Harbor islands.
  • Hours
    May 23-September 5: Lunch Cruise: Monday-Friday, 12:00 pm-2:00 pm (boarding begins at 11:30 am) May 23-October 2: Brunch Cruise: Weekends, 12:00 pm-2:00 pm (boarding begins at 11:30 am)

Discover Plymouths History - A Walking Tour

  • Description
    Step back in time with a costumed guide as you discover little known facts and hear interesting stories of American history. Walk the same paths the Pilgrims journeyed hundreds of years ago. Hear the struggles and the victories. Learn about the people, places and events that began our country. This fun and educational tour of Plymouth's historic district includes Town Brook, Brewster Gardens, Plymouth Rock and the historic waterfront, Cole's Hill, Town Square, Burial Hill, and the Jenney Grist Mill area. Tours begin and end at the Jenney Grist Mill, the beginning of industry in our country. History should never be boring! Tour is approximately one hour. Advanced reservations are required.
  • Hours
    9:00 am and 5:00 pm

EZ Pedaler Electric Bike Rentals

  • Description
    "Pedal–but only if you want to!" That’s the motto of eZ Pedaler electric Bikes. The electric Bike is a bike like no other – it looks like a normal bike, except that it’s powered by the “eZ Pedaler T300” engine. That means that you can pedal yourself around town if you choose – oR the electric Bike can do the work of pedaling for you! What could be easier?
  • Hours
    April-October: Go Boston Card honored daily, 9:00 am-5:30 pm

Fenway Park Tour

  • Description
    Visit the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, 'America's Most Beloved Ballpark', where the Babe pitched, The Kid hit, and Yaz dazzled fans of all ages. Soak up the rich history; hear the echoes of the past, visit the State Street Pavilion, sit atop the fabled Green Monster and stroll the hallowed grounds of Fenway Park.
  • Hours
    Year-round, Daily on the hour, 9:00 am-4:00 pm. Last tour on game day departs 4 hours prior to game time

Foxwoods Casino Tour

  • Description
    Try your luck at Foxwoods Resort and Casino, the world's largest casino, located just two hours away from Boston in Ledyard, Connecticut. With over 6,400 slot machines, 354 table games and the world's largest bingo hall, Foxwoods is an entertainment mecca. Note: Must be 21 or older to take this tour.
  • Hours
    Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday, 11:00 am departure

Franklin Park Zoo

  • Description
    Franklin Park Zoo is a 72-acre site nestled within Boston's historic Franklin Park. Here, guests can experience the most innovative and intimate indoor gorilla exhibit in the world. Visitors to the signature Tropical Forest can stand face-to-face with the Zoo's seven western lowland gorillas at one of five glass viewing stations in the state-of-the-art indoor exhibit. It's a truly unforgettable experience! While at Franklin Park Zoo, be sure to also visit the African lion in the Kalahari Kingdom, the tigers in the Tiger Tales exhibit, the Masai giraffe and Grevy's zebra on the Giraffe Savannah, and the many other remarkable species that call the Zoo home.
  • Hours
    April 1-September 30: Monday-Friday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm; Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, 10:00 am-6:00 pm;
    October 1-March 31: Daily, 10:00 am-4:00 pm

Freedom Trail - Walk Into History Tour

  • Description
    Walk Into History with Freedom Trail Foundation’s 18th-century costumed guides along the red brick line of Boston's Freedom Trail®. On the official Freedom Trail® tours, famous patriots such as James Otis, Abigail Adams, and William Dawes tell stories about the people, places, events, and drama of the American Revolution, and share lively anecdotes about the vitality of contemporary Boston.
  • Hours
    April 1 - November 30: Daily, tours depart at 11:00 am, 12:00 pm, 1:00 pm and 3:30 pm

Gibson House

  • Description
    As you walk along the Public Garden to the Gibson House, try to imagine you're back in 19th-century Boston. The crowds are gone, replaced by a few elegantly dressed couples strolling through the park. The traffic is replaced by the clip-clop of horse-drawn carriages. The truly imaginative can hear a harpsichord playing in the background. Now, turn the corner onto Beacon Street and enter the Gibson House to experience the real thing. The Gibson House preserves the legacy of the Victorian era. The interiors of the Gibson House are typical of those found in households of upper-middle-class Bostonians during the Victorian period. It has retained its kitchen, laundry, butler's pantry, and bathrooms, as well as formal rooms and personal quarters, all filled with the Gibsons' original furniture and personal possessions.
  • Hours
    Wednesday-Sunday 1:00 pm, 2:00 pm, and 3:00 pm

Gray Line Tour - New England Seacoast

  • Description
    Take a day to explore the unique scenery of the New England seacoast on a guided tour. Travel north through Boston and its North Shore communities, making a stop at Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. Next, it's on to the rocky coast of Maine to view the famous Nubble Light lighthouse in York. Breathe in the beauty of the Maine coast as you head toward Kennebunk Village and Kennebunkport. Kennebunk's tree-lined streets are a showcase of 18th- and 19th-century architecture built by merchants and sea captains. View former President Bush's summer home from Walker Point and return to Kennebunkport for two hours of shopping and lunch on your own at the many quaint shops and eateries in the village. Note: Disabled access is available; please call in advance for arrangements.
  • Hours
    June 8-October 24: Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday

Harvard Museum of Natural History

  • Description
    Explore 12,000 specimens from around the world, including dinosaurs, hundreds of animals, huge whale skeletons, amazing insects, and butterflies. Get close to one of the first Triceratops ever discovered and see the world's only mounted Kronosaurus, a 42 ft-long prehistoric marine reptile. Touch meteorites from outer space and find thousands of minerals and gems, including a 1,642-lb amethyst geode. Discover how color is produced and how and why color variation has evolved in a wide variety of birds and animals in the new exhibit, Language of Color (on display through 2011). The museum's collection of Glass Flowers is the only one of its kind in the world. Between 1886 and 1936, father-son glass artisans Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka produced exquisite, breathtakingly lifelike models of over 3,000 plants to be used for teaching botany.
  • Hours
    Daily, 9:00 am-5:00 pm

Hi-Speed Catamaran Whale Watch

  • Description
    Boston Harbor Cruises' high-speed catamarans are the fastest, most comfortable way to view the ocean’s most fascinating and magnificent creatures. Getting you to and from the whales in less time means you get to spend more time actually watching them! The catamarans feature three outside decks for optimum viewing capability. Inside you’ll find a climate controlled cabin space with cushioned seating, tables, state-of-the-art sound and video systems, and a galley offering snacks and beverages for purchase.

Hop-On/Off Beantown Trolley

  • Description
    Boston is a city full of distinct neighborhoods and the RED Beantown Trolley ties Boston together for you. Sit back and relax during the 110-minute tour, narrated by expert guides and covering all of Boston's highlights. Tour at your own pace with the freedom to disembark and re-board at your leisure at any of 16 stops. Travel around the loop as many times as you like.
  • Hours
    Quincy Market; April-October ONLY 9:00am-4:00pm;
    City Place (16 S. Charles St.); April- October 9:00am- 4:00pm, November – March 9:00am- 3:00pm;
    Prudential Center (800 Boylston Street); April – October ONLY 9:00am-4:00pm

Institute of Contemporary Art

  • Description
    The Institute of Contemporary Art has been at the leading edge of art in Boston for seventy years, offering new ways of engaging with the world around us. Its exhibitions and programs provide access to contemporary art, artists, and the creative process, inviting audiences of all ages and backgrounds to participate in th excitement of new art and new ideas. The ICA's state-of-the-art facility on Boston's waterfront houses 17,000 square feet of exhibition space, a performing arts theater, education spaces, a media center, bookstore, and cafe. With its innovative programming and collection of 21st-century art, the new ICA is an influential forum for multi-disciplinary arts. The landmark building, the first building designed by award-winning architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro to be built in the U.S., offers spectacular views of Boston's harbor and skyline throughout.
  • Hours
    Tuesday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 am-5:00 pm;
    Thursday and Friday, 10:00 am-9:00 pm

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

  • Description
    The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is a visceral art experience that is impossible to forget. At the Gardner, visitors find as much inspiration from the spectacular architecture and courtyard gardens as they do from the more than 2,500 works of art that overflow the museum's galleries. Housed in a stunning Venetian-style palazzo, the museum displays one of the world's greatest private art collections, including works by Michelangelo, Rembrandt, Degas, Monet, Botticelli, and what the Boston Globe describes as 'Boston's most important work of art,' Titian's Europa. True to its founder's inspiration, the Gardner Museum continues to offer changing exhibitions, lectures, and musical performances that engage visitors of all ages.
  • Hours
    Tuesday-Sunday, 11:00 am-5:00 pm

Jenney Grist Mill

  • Description
    The Jenney Grist Mill is a 17th Century living history museum. A reconstruction of the original Mill built in 1636 on Town Brook by Pilgrim John Jenney. At this working mill visitors step back in time as a costumed miller tells the story of the Pilgrim's journey, their struggle to survive and the importance of the original Mill and Town Brook to the colony. Watch the huge water wheel turn the grinding stones and experience the beginning of industry in our country. A visit to the Jenney Grist Mill is a fun and educational experience for adults and children. An ice cream shop, gift shop and restaurant are on the site.
  • Hours
    April 2-November 30: Monday, Wedneday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, 9:30 am-5:00 pm; Sunday, 12:00 pm-5:00 pm

John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

  • Description
    Housed in a striking building designed by I. M. Pei, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, the nation's memorial to President John F. Kennedy, sits on a 10-acre waterfront site on Columbia Point, offering panoramic views of Boston's skyline and Harbor Islands. Twenty-five multimedia exhibits and period settings from the White House offer an exciting you-are-there experience and create a stirring account of President Kennedy's days in office. The museum presents President Kennedy's enthusiasm and love for the American system of politics and government. The museum is a must-see for anyone interested in Kennedy and his family, life in America during the early 1960s, and Boston's connection to both.
  • Hours
    Daily, 9:00 am-5:00 pm

Lexington - Buckman Tavern

  • Description
    Buckman Tavern is most famous as the place where several Lexington militiamen gathered on the morning of April 19, 1775, to await the arrival of British troops. When the alarm bell rang, signaling the enemy's approach, the men left the tavern for Lexington Common.
  • Hours
    April 2-October 30: Daily tours every half hour, 10:00 am-4:00 pm

Lexington - Hancock Clarke House

  • Description
    The Hancock Clarke House is central to the story surrounding the start of the American Revolution. Home to two local ministers, Reverends John Hancock and Jonas Clarke, this house was the destination of Paul Revere and William Dawes on their famous midnight ride of April 18, 1775. On that evening, legendary patriots John Hancock and Samuel Adams were guests of Reverend Clarke. Joseph Warren of Boston sent Revere and Dawes to the Hancock Clarke House to warn them and avert their possible capture by the British.
  • Hours
    April 2-May 27: Weekends only, Tours every hour from 10:00 am-4:00 pm
    May 28-October 30: Daily, Tours every hour, 10:00 am-4:00 pm

Lexington - Liberty Ride

  • Description
    The Liberty Ride is the best way to visit Lexington and Concord. Ride along the historic Battle Road while your costumed guide recounts the exciting events of April 19, 1775, and the literary legacy that defined American identity and culture. In air-conditioned comfort, you're taken to such famous spots as Lexington Battle Green and the Old North Bridge where the militia faced off against British Regulars. Visit sights central to the start of the American Revolution, including Minuteman National Historical Park, where you can walk the Battle Trail, and the National Heritage Museum celebrating American history and culture, as well as the homes of Concord's greatest authors.
  • Hours
    April 17 and 18 (Patriot’s Day weekend), May 29–October 31: Trolley departs from the National Heritage Museum at 10:00 am, ?11:30 am, 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm.

Lexington - Munroe Tavern

  • Description
    On the afternoon of April 19, 1775, the first wave of British troops beat a hasty retreat from Concord back into Lexington, where they were rescued by General Percy's reinforcements at Munroe Tavern. A field hospital was set up there, turning the tide of the battle for the day. Today, the beautifully landscaped grounds preserve a legacy of those days with Colonial-era flowers, while a bullet hole in the ceiling of the tap room is a reminder of the violent battle that gave this place its historic legacy. Adding to that legacy is President Washington's 1789 visit (and he did, in fact, eat here).
  • Hours
    April 2-May 27: Weekends only, Tours every hour from 12:00 pm-4:00 pm
    May 28-October 30: Daily, Tours every hour from 12:00 pm-4:00 pm

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