Take a walking history tour of Boston, Massachusetts and join a merry band of revolutionaries for an exciting journey through Colonial Boston and the American Revolution. Let Captain David Hawkins, Corporal Jonathan Hoyt, Bully Jim Denton, Freelove Bliss and others show you Boston's Historic Freedom Trail like you've never seen it before.
Let's turn Boston into a giant game board! This Amazing Scavenger Quest is an interactive adventure hunt that combines the fun of the "Amazing Race" with a three-hour sightseeing tour of Boston, Massachusetts. Guided from any smart phone, your group will make its way among well known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. And, you can compete against other groups for the best score. Offered at a fixed price for a group as opposed to per person pricing, this city tour/game offers a great value if you're on a budget.
This walking tour highlights The Back Bay – affluent Boston at its best, boasting landmarks like Copley Square, the Prudential Center, and the Public Library. This historic area is rich in culture, architecture – and of course, fine chocolate. Learn the history and life of chocolate, how luxury chocolates are created, and much more.
Learn photography and history at the same time...Capture abstract and dramatic photographs using elegant architectural details. Back Bay's interesting history and endless photo opportunities are waiting to be discovered!
Begin in the elegant Back Bay and pass stately and historic Beacon Hill on our way to the dynamic Downtown Area, where you'll see the major highlights of the Freedom Trail. This tour will enable you to see the quirkiness of Boston's colonial street patterns, the many 18th century buildings, and the history connecting these to the city you see today!
Let us take you back in time on the Back Bay wine tour! Gain unique insight on the captivating urban design of Boston’s Back Bay, which perfectly showcases the 19th century American Victorian infrastructure. Come sample the best Italian, classical New England, and French restaurants that Boston has to offer while enjoying the beautiful architecture of the Back Bay. Come on the Back Bay wine tour and enjoy exquisite French Cabernets, Sicilian Marsalas, and many other selections! Must be 21+ to participate.
This guided walking tour of Boston's Beacon Hill is presented with historic commentary and photography tips. Capture amazing photographs while sightseeing of its charming streets, antique gas lamps, hidden houses, unique doors, doorknockers, and detailed iron balconies. You'll be transported to a different place and time in Beacon Hill.
This walking tour highlights the historic South End neighborhood. This area is home to elegant Victorian brick row houses, many dating from the 1800s, and one of the most diverse populations in Boston. The South End blends many of the best elements of the city and of course, fine chocolate. Learn the history and life of chocolate, how luxury chocolates are created, and much more.
Explore the beauty and history of Boston's earliest beginnings that formed the architecture, personality and charm that IS Boston today! See how the first settlers viewed Boston - and who was here to greet them! Some of Boston's most interesting buildings are seen, including the Old North Church and Paul Revere's House in Boston's Italian North End.
Learn about Boston's macabre past during this spooky, lantern-lit, 90-minute small group walking tour. Your professional guide will lead you by candlelight through dark alleys and little-used corridors.
What Happens when you take Boston's Best Tour guides and you train them as Paranormal Investigators? You get the Boston Night Tour! Tour Boston's Freedom Trail at night by lantern light and hear Beantown's more dark side.
Create your own "postcards of Boston"and learn how to capture creative photographs of the colorful flowerbeds, statues, fountains and the legendary Swan Boats. The Public Garden's meandering pathways eventually lead us to Acorn Street and Louisburg Square in Beacon Hill.
See just what you want to see on this Custom Private Walking Tour in Boston! You pick the itinerary and set the pace, choose where you want to go and linger as long as you like at each attraction. THIS TOUR IS PRICED PER-GROUP FOR UP TO 20 PERSONS. Your tour guide will provide a unique, private, guided walking tour of Boston that will highlight what makes the city so very special!
Make Boston yours with this two hour walking tour! We view Boston's beauty, culture and history from the early beginnings to the striking 19th century architecture and special charm of Beacon Hill, the Back Bay and impressive Copley Square. Highlights include the Freedom Trail from Boston Common to Fanueil Hall, the cobblestone drives and gaslights of historic Beacon Hill, the Boston Public Garden, Cheers, the shops and boutiques of Newbury Street and the beauty and grace of Copley Square.
Come explore cobblestone streets, beautiful architecture and notable sights on the Downtown Freedom Trail History & Architecture Walking Tour in Boston. Hear stories that highlight Boston's history and culture as you walk the Freedom Trail from Faneuil Hall to Boston Common.
Walk along the Freedom Trail and discover fascinating facts and trivia about the events that led to the fight for independence. Capture pictures of the actual sites where historic events took place.
ONE CARD for ONE LOW PRICE gets you into the things you want to do in Boston and the surrounding region. There are over 50 of Boston's best attractions and tours in this program including a Trolley Tour, New England Aquarium, Museum of Fine Arts, Six Flags New England, and more. See and do the things you want while saving money with your pre-paid card.
We'll take you on America's first subway from Boston Common to the hustle and bustle of Harvard Square in Cambridge on the "other side" of the Charles River. You'll see Harvard Yard, Radcliff Yard, Brattle Street ("Tory Row"), the "Old Burial Place," Cambridge Common, Longfellow's Mansion, "The Square" itself and so much more.
Ascend Beacon Hill's "back side," where Jews and blacks resided during the nineteenth century. Visit the historic Vilna Shul in the center of Beacon Hill and pass by some typical Jewish homes. See the West End House, a settlement house where West End Jews were provided social services, and the Puffer House Cigar-Rolling Factory, typical of the work locales of Boston's Jews. You'll go through Boston's impressive and impactful Holocaust Memorial in one of the city's oldest neighborhoods and then conclude your tour at the entrance to the North End, which was a Jewish immigrant enclave before the arrival of newly arrived Italians transformed the area into a "Little Italy" around the turn of the century.
During this three-hour private walk you'll explore the work and biography of John Singer Sargent and trace his influence on late 19th century and early 20th century American art.