Looking for a whale watch that requires less travel time, offers the most comfortable ride available and gives you more time viewing some of the world's most magnificent creatures? Look no further! Here is Boston's ONLY 3-Hour Whale Watch on a high-speed catamaran. They will get you to and from the whales in half the time, which allows you more time to watch the whales.
Water is no barrier for a duck, why should it be for you? A Boston Duck Tour is a wonderful way to get a great look at Boston on land and water. See all the major landmarks and hear the history of the city as you tour Boston in a renovated World War II amphibious vehicle.
See Boston’s waterfront sights from the deck of a luxury sunset dinner cruise. Enjoy a fabulous fine-dining buffet with a carving station and hit the dance floor while one of Boston’s top DJs spins your favorite songs. Join the sunset party on the ship’s exterior deck – the biggest patio party in Boston!
Marvel at the spectacular New England countryside on this scenic fall foliage tour from Boston. Bring your camera along for a drive east among gently rolling hills to small towns in Massachusetts and New Hampshire dotted with age-old taverns, colonial churches, farms and prairies, all featuring a beautiful display of autumn’s stunning colors. Pass Willard Brook State Forest and Walden Pond, explore a quaint New England restaurant nestled among picturesque scenery, and stop at a lovely farm stand featuring a farm store and beautiful grounds. Your guide will navigate fall's changing colors as you tour across Boston, making stops in quiet New England towns along the way for you to capture photos of the brilliant landscape.
Experience the very best of Boston in one day on this fully narrated sightseeing tour of the area's major sights. First, journey through the historic towns of Cambridge, Lexington and Concord to visit Cambridge Common, stand on the Lexington Battle Green, and follow the Battle Road Trail -- the route that Paul Revere took and where the Minutemen fought for freedom against the British during the American Revolutionary War. Then, a two hour motorcoach tour of Boston to see sights including Beacon Hill, the West End, the Seaport District and the site of the Boston Massacre. You’ll also spend time at Faneuil Hall Marketplace (also known as Quincy Market) and the USS 'Constitution.'
Shop for bargains on designer merchandise and leading brands –including Banana Republic, GUESS, Calvin Klein and DKNY– at Wrentham Village, one of the most popular designer malls in New England. Skip the hassle of driving and enjoy round-trip transport from downtown Boston on a luxury coach. Your high-end shopping tour includes a complimentary VIP coupon book, good for even more discounts!
Join other adventure seekers and become an apprentice grave digger on an entertaining tour through the darker side of Boston. A scary, fun and informative frightseeing experience that is truly one of a kind.
For the ultimate in elegance, you can't go past this three-hour dinner cruise on Boston's famous harbor. Enjoy fine dining, delicious wines, and entertainment perfectly suited to the evening. Sit and relax as you listen to the music or take a stroll on the decks of Boston's premier dining ship as the city floats on by.
Discover Boston’s famous sites and hidden treasures on this 2.5 to 3-hour guided bike tour – a perfect way to explore the city! Start at Little Italy in Boston’s North End and pass sites like Copley Square, Fenway Park and the Faneuil Hall marketplace. Cruise through Beacon Hill and admire the diverse neighborhoods as your knowledgeable guide provides insightful commentary on Boston’s unique history.
Enjoy spectacular views of Boston as you dine on an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet aboard a scenic cruise. See an endless stream of city sights, including Bunker Hill and the site of the Boston Tea Party. Enjoy a delicious all-you-can-eat buffet lunch with seasonal offerings. It’s a great way to spend the afternoon and take in all the sights of historic Boston!
After a busy day sightseeing or working, what could be nicer than relaxing onboard one of Boston's finest boats for a cruise on the harbor? Watch the sun setting below the horizon as you glide by the skyscrapers of the downtown. And you can't miss the booming cannons of the U.S.S. Constitution, America's oldest commissioned sailing ship!
Admire the unforgettable sights of Boston on board this breathtaking climate controlled yacht. This cruise offers the most unique brunch setting on Boston's famous harbor. Relax and be captivated by the city skyline while enjoying a delectable buffet brunch menu.
Whether you're visiting Boston for the first time, or a long time resident looking for a quick and relaxing getaway close to home, this trip around the harbor is not only fun, but you'll even learn a few things, too!
Visit perhaps the most treasured of all Boston's landmarks, the USS Constitution. This 45 minute fully narrated tour brings you up close and personal with "Old Ironsides" at her home in the Charlestown Navy Yard and allows you the option to disembark for a tour of the famous ship and accompanying Naval Museum.
Explore the winding colonial streets of Boston on your own time with this 2-hour or 24-hour Boston bike rental. Hop on a hybrid bike (combines city and all-terrain riding) and set out on the town. The pickup location across the street from Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park puts you at the footsteps of the North End, several of Boston’s picturesque wharfs and more. Within minutes, you can be pedaling past the stately brownstones in Beacon Hill or riding around the Boston Common.
Tour the Boston Common and Beacon Hill areas and visit more than 30 movie locations on this captivating movie and TV walking tour! This tour is a must for film buffs, and is also a great way to explore Boston and its many attractions. On this Boston walking tour, your guide, a local actor, will provide a unique sightseeing tour with an entertaining twist!
Our workshops are lead by experienced chefs who clearly love what they do. We design our classes for foodies with a sweet tooth at any level. You don’t need any specialized knowledge or formal training in the field.
You will leave the Chocolate Workshop with lots of truffles for you to indulge in by yourself or to show off to your friends and family. You will also learn useful tips on tasting, buying and storing fine chocolate.
Discover the darker history, ghost stories and legends that still haunt Downtown Boston on this 1.5-hour walking tour at night. Explore some of the darkest parts of Boston's history and the paranormal activity that we capture on film and in person nightly.
The Tour of The Freedom Trail by the Histrionic Academy is the best way to see Boston. You will meet your costumed guide in the Boston Common and hear about Boston's inspiring history. Following the freedom trail past several historic sites guests will be amazed by the stories of America's Founding Fathers, the American Revolution and New England's Colonial History. This walking tour Follows the Freedom Trail for approximately 1.2 miles from the Boston Common to Faneuil Hall.
Explore Boston's cinematic side in the luxury of your own private vehicle with this self-guided tour of the best Boston movie sites! From The Town to Mystic River to Good Will Hunting, your private driver will cruise through the city to all of the best spots from the big screen.
Discover Boston's rich history with this private tour of the Freedom Trail and its many historic sites throughout the city. Explore spots from downtown Boston all the way through Charlestown, MA in the luxury of your own private car with private guide. See the city in style and soak up some fascinating history along the way!
Calling all trainers! Get ready to explore Boston and catch a rare wild Pokémon on this 3-hour tour with a private driver. You'll be picked up at your hotel or local accommodations and driven to all of the city's best PokéStops and Pokémon gyms. Catch them all and see it all with this half-day tour through the city.
Discover greater Boston's rich history with this private tour through nearby Cambridge, Lexington, and Concord. With a private driver and the luxury of a private vehicle, your group will absorb the area's fascinating history in style!
Discover Boston's rich history with this private tour of the Freedom Trail and its many historic sites throughout the city. Explore spots from downtown Boston all the way through Charlestown, MA in the luxury of a premier Rolls Royce Ghost. See the city in style and soak up some fascinating history along the way!
Explore Boston's cinematic side with this self-guided tour of the best Boston movie sites! From The Town to Mystic River to Good Will Hunting, your private driver will cruise through the city in a premier Rolls Royce Ghost to see all of the best spots from the big screen.
Get up close and personal to New England’s wildlife with this Boston Super Saver. With your naturalist guide, spot whales and dolphins on a scenic 3-hour whale-watching cruise around a thriving marine sanctuary. Then, explore fascinating marine exhibits at the New England Aquarium including Green Sea Turtles, a Giant Pacific Octopus, or the Bonnethead Shark, at your own pace.
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Back Bay is home to Boston's iconic architectural landmarks and creative photo opportunities at every turn. Learn how to capture creative photos of the eclectic architectural styles of the magnificent Boston Public Library and Trinity Church, the former John Hancock Tower, abstract details of statues, colorful flowers, fountains, and the elegance of Commonwealth Avenue lined with grand, French-inspired 19th-century brownstones. Historical commentary of each of the iconic landmarks is also provided throughout this 2-hour small-group tour.
Travel back in time on a 90-minute photographic journey and discover American history as you walk along the Freedom Trail! Visit the actual sites where patriots schemed and protested against British rule and high taxes in an ambitious effort to form a new nation and government. Fascinating historical commentary will reveal the truth behind the events that ignited the American Revolution!
Learn how to capture creative photographs of historic sites from a modern perspective: Boston Common, Park Street Church, Granary Burial Ground, King’s Chapel, Benjamin Franklin statue, Old City Hall, the building where the Boston Tea Party meeting took place, the Old State House, Boston Massacre site and so much more. The expedition ends at Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
Boston's North End welcomed waves of immigrants seeking the American Dream. Come along on a photographic 90-minute walking tour where your pictures will uncover the layers of time: Paul Revere's House, Old North Church, Rose Kennedy's childhood home and other photo opportunities off-the-beaten path that make this old neighborhood a bustling hot spot. And, wait until you hear the interesting commentary about the historic sites within Boston's Little Italy!
Create your own "postcards of Boston" in the oldest botanical garden in America! The Public Garden has a variety of colorful flowerbeds, weeping willow trees, the first equestrian statue of George Washington, the legendary Swan Boats and Make Way for Ducklings sculpture---all waiting to be photographed from unique angles!
There are also scenic photo opportunities on the Esplanade: the Arthur Fiedler statue and sailboats drifting along the Charles River against the spectacular panoramic view of Cambridge's skyline.
Boston Harbor has witnessed the arrival of British soldiers, the influx of European immigrants, international trade and a certain “tea party”. Times have changed and Boston has a new waterfront that's trendy and overflowing with photo opportunities.
This 90-minute small-group tour will follow Boston's original shoreline hidden near Faneuil Hall and take a vibrant route to Christopher Columbus Park. Learn how to capture amazing images of the picturesque views of Boston Harbor, the Long Wharf area, the colorful roses in the Rose Kennedy Garden and John Hancock’s office building. You can also take pictures of the dancing fountains on the Greenway and end our tour at the iconic Custom House.
Walking along the picturesque streets of Beacon Hill is an immersion into a 19th-century English-inspired neighborhood that's rich in history and charm.
Learn how to compose amazing pictures of Beacon Hill’s diverse architecture, antique gas lamps lining the brick sidewalks, colorful flowers spilling out of the window boxes, the most photographed street in Boston as well as an exclusive enclave and other surprises hidden in unexpected places.
Fascinating commentary on Beacon Hill's historical sites along the itinerary is also provided throughout the tour.
Indulge in Boston's brewery scene on morning and evening tours that include upwards of 15 beer tastings, lunch or dinner. Learn about the history and mechanics of brewing beer, and visit venues that may include Sam Adams, Cambridge Brewing Company, and The Meadhall. If you choose the evening tour, you'll get a chance to learn about a group of small beer-making operations that make up Boston's nanopub scene. No matter what option you select, expect to make new friends, sample a wide variety of beers and relax knowing you have a designated driver.
Indulge in Boston's brewery scene on a tour that include up to 12 tastings from three different breweries/cider houses and distilleries. Tour includes transportation, pretzels, bottled water, VIP lanyards and up to 12 tastings.
Dive into early American history and architecture as you explore the Freedom Trail in Downtown Boston. On a 70-minute walking tour, stroll down the cobbled streets, admire the architecture, and learn about the history and culture of the city as you pass attractions and landmarks like Faneuil Hall, King's Chapel, and Boston Common.
Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of Boston on this guided, 2-hour walking tour. Travel through Downtown Boston on the popular Freedom Trail, featuring many of the locations of historical significance to the United States including Boston Common and the State House. We will see where the Boston aristocracy lives on Beacon Hill on our way to the Public Garden and Back Bay. See the Victorian brownstone homes and Copley Square in the Back Bay neighborhood. You'll see Cheers, Newbury Street and Commonwealth Avenue on our way to the Boston Marathon Finish Line.
Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of Boston on this guided, 2-hour walking tour. See the Victorian brownstone homes in Back Bay. Explore the historic Beacon Hill neighborhood where the Boston aristocracy live. Then travel through Downtown Boston on the popular Freedom Trail, featuring many locations of significance to the history of the United States. Visit places like the Park Street Church, the Granary Burying Ground, and Faneuil Hall.
See the oldest part of Boston on this guided, 2-hour walking tour. Stroll through the North End, the city's Italian neighborhood and oldest residential community, then explore the vibrant Downtown Waterfront. Admire the beautiful architecture and charming atmosphere of this historic city. See the Paul Revere House and legendary Old North Church on Boston's popular Freedom Trail, plus Boston Harbor, the USS Constitution, and much more.
Discover Boston the way you want to on this 2.5-hour private walking tour. Customize your itinerary with your guide to ensure you see all of the highlights on your list, such as the Freedom Trail, Boston Common, and Copley Square. Or you can leave it all up to us. Soak in the history and charm of Boston on this private walking tour.
Discover the top visitor spots in Boston and Cambridge on this fully narrated tour! Enjoy 5 hours of guided fun as you discover the area's best neighborhoods by comfortable motorcoach. Start in Boston and continue into Cambridge to visit Harvard Yard, then loop back into Boston to explore Fenway Park, Copley Square, Beacon Hill, the North End and waterfront, and the Charlestown Navy Yard. You'll have opportunities for photos and even a cup of chowder!
The revolution will be tricycle-vised! We'll take you on a fascinating ride through Boston's "Freedom History". The story of America's birth flows like a story on the flow of a pedicab, where you can ask questions, discuss facts and make America's story your own!
Boston's Back Bay is what locals consider our "other" downtown. Bustling with people, this neighborhood is where the chic and new meets the opulence of the antiquated.
Roll around our Public Gardens, along Commonwealth Mall, and through the world famous Copley Square. (You can even cross The Boston Marathon Finish Line on a trike!). Pedicab is the best way to see the largest collection of urban mansions in our city on one of the rare "organized" street system grids within Boston Proper.
Hotels, restaurants and the amazing Newbury Street shopping district reveal how Boston's "modern history" was created via a direct reflection of our whole nation. The Back Bay is the newest old neighborhood in town.
Freedom Trail running tour is the active way to tour historic Boston! This unique, guided run will show you Boston's most famous historical sites in an up-close and detailed way that's unlike any other tour! Meet on Boston Common at the corner of Park & Tremont St and run a 5k course that passes sixteen of America's most important historical landmarks. We run from site to site stopping for several minutes at each landmark to learn about it's history. At the end of the run everyone receives their choice of drink and a souvenir run shirt before we board the harbor ferry to take us back to downtown Boston!
"America's Most Beloved Ballpark" is uniquely nestled in the city of Boston. Fenway Park is a place where dreams are made, traditions are celebrated and baseball is forever. See the home of Red Sox Legends, Williams, Yaz, Fisk and Rice. Visit Pesky's Pole and sit atop the world famous Green Monster which stands 37 feet 2 inches high overlooking left field. Experienced tour guides will provide a thrilling, one hour, walking tour of Fenway Park. Bilingual tours are available in Spanish and Japanese with advance notice. We welcome all fans to Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox and the pulse of Red Sox Nation.
Get an insider’s look at Boston’s famous Fenway Park during this 50-minute game day stadium tour. Explore one of America’s most beloved ballparks as you sit atop the famous ‘Green Monster’ outfield wall, enjoy on-field access during team warm-ups, take a guided stadium tour, and visit the Red Sox Hall of Fame, plus much more.
Imagine stepping onto a
Tall Ship, sailing away and becoming a pirate! Think treasure, pirates and cannons! Join the “Pirates of Fun” as history comes alive when the captain commands crew to action, climbing aloft, hoisting square sails, bracing yardarms and firing the cannon. Explore the history and amazing beauty of “America’s Home Port.”
Covering two of Boston's most historic neighborhoods, this two-in-one-tour is jam-packed with winners! We'll begin with a three-course light lunch at the restaurant of a legendary James Beard Award winner, and will end at the award-winning fine dining restaurant with an elegant dessert. In between we'll visit two multiple award-winning specialty shops - roasted nuts and chocolates - and will enjoy a savory tasting at a bakery which has been rated as high as the third best in the country! (And as we learned, Bobby Flay has *nothing* on it!). Add an off-the-beaten-path wine and cheese shop, and sightseeing through exclusive Louisburg Square (the home of John Kerry), Boston's most-photographed street, and the oldest botanical garden in the country, and you're assured of a wonderful day filled with delicious memories. Join us as we Stroll. Sample. Savor. Repeat.
Owned by a native Bostonian with a professional culinary certificate.
As a 5-time TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, Boston Foodie Tours' focus is "recognized" award-winning best eats, culinary education, and the city's rich history. We partner with many Best of Boston winners, some James Beard Award winners, food institutions, and the like throughout the city's must-visit neighborhoods. This tour will end with a full pasta dinner! Beforehand, guests will enjoy THREE Best of Boston winners: pizza, sandwich, and bread, and will visit an Old World salumeria that was recently featured on the Travel Channel's "Zimmern's A-List"! And, don't worry, we won't forget the cannoli!
Note: Tour stops may change without notice. Runs every Sunday unless a holiday. More frequently during peak season.
Us: #6 Food and Drink activity in Boston (TripAdvisor). Multiple award winner. 5* Yelp rating. Locally owned by Boston native and culinary school graduate. Specialize in award-winning best eats, culinary education, and history.
You: TWO Neighborhoods ... THREE Hours ... FOUR Best of Boston winners ... ONE Top Ten CLASSIC Restaurant
This tour covers it all! Part 1 (Boston Public Market): Vendor meet-and-greets and several tastings: lobster roll, apple cider doughnut, locally-made honeys, drinking vinegars/shrubs, Vermont-made infused maples syrups, roasted nuts, Part 2 (North End/Little Italy):Old World Italian breads, freshly-made mozzarella cheese, a "Best of" Italian sub and cannoli.
The Fall Foliage bike ride is an amazing way to see Boston’s most famous green spaces in a ‘green’ way while the colors of autumn settle in. Discover Frederick Law Olmsted’s famous system of parks on this bicycle tour of the historic Emerald Necklace. From the shaded boulevard on Commonwealth Avenue to the popular shores of Jamaica Pond to the winding paths of the Arnold Arboretum, this route is a fabulous way to experience Boston's beauty in the fall. The route is a favorite among locals! The parks are gorgeous any time of the year, but the foliage peaks in color between mid October and early November.
Can't bring your road bike on your trip to Boston? Rent a high-end road bike when you get to Boston! If you want to ride longer miles, keep a higher speed, have a more aggressive riding position, or ride in a race, a road bike would be a perfect fit for you!
The Tour de Boston Bicycle Tour is the perfect family tour for those with young children or who would prefer to enjoy a more leisurely ride, staying mostly on bike paths. On this tour you will ride along the banks of the Charles River, seeing the beautiful skylines and learning about the rich history of both Boston and Cambridge.The Tour de Boston includes an individually-fitted bike, helmet, water, and, of course, a friendly and knowledgeable guide who will lead you on your travels. From the serene bike paths on the Charles River to the historic Charlestown Navy Yard, this family friendly tour is guaranteed to be a ‘wheely’ good time!
On this tour, you’ll cross the Charles River and enter the City of Cambridge. Renowned as one of America’s most bicycle-friendly cities, you will experience the atmosphere and appeal of Cambridge as only possible on two wheels. Touted as “Boston’s Left Bank,” Cambridge is a hotspot of arts, technology, and academia.
There’s something about riding at night. The sun begins to set, the air cools, the city slowly begins to calm as the day’s work ends and folks head home. Suddenly, the sound of two wheels whirring across pavement is more calming than usual.
Experience the city as the sun goes down and the lights come up, focusing on Boston’s beautiful waterfront. See some of Boston’s coolest sights while keeping an eye out for fun restaurants and after-dark hang outs for later in the evening.
This small-group tour of Boston's acclaimed Museum of Fine Arts is limited to six people and led by a local art historian. It provides an in-depth examination of one of the most important art collections in the United States. Includes pre-purchased tickets to avoid the line.
A friendly, charismatic wine ambassador leads you to hotspots through Boston’s Victorian brownstone-lined, where you’ll be welcomed to a reserved table, with wait staff standing by, ready to serve pre-selected wines. Learn how to taste, pair and buy with an intimate group. Enjoy six wines over the course of two hours. Enjoy premium wine education from your dedicated wine ambassador on this semi-private event.
Assembly Row is Boston's newest transit-oriented, minutes to everything destination. It stands at the urban nexus of suburban convenience and serves everyone from trend-forward and educated millennials to a diverse audience of life-fulfilling retail savvy, foodie centric seekers in one of the most densely populated pockets of New England. This wine tour explores wide variety of hand-picked wines from around the world including France, New Zealand, the US, and Spain. Your wine ambassadors will bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to each tour, offering knowledge on the winemaking process as well as tasting.
Visit premium wine destinations in Boston’s historic North End neighborhood on a 2-hour wine-tasting walking tour. Home to exquisite mom-and-pop restaurants and beautiful wine shops, the North End boasts excellent wine-tasting venues that you'll discover with a knowledgeable and friendly Wine Ambassador. This small-group tour is limited to 12 people to provide an intimate experience with fellow wine enthusiasts.
In recent years, the South End has developed into one of Boston’s most vibrant, charming neighborhoods—think streets lined with Victorian brownstones and a thriving restaurant scene. Get a firsthand taste of this lively area as you explore 2 of its best bars and restaurants on this wine-centric walking tour. Meet your guide, a friendly and charismatic wine expert, along with your intimate group of no more than 12 fellow wine enthusiasts at 2 bustling restaurants!
Step aboard our luxury Yacht Northern Lights in décor for the holidays and set sail for an evening of caroling through Boston Harbor. Join in on live Holiday Carols conducted by our singer and band from the Berklee School of Music and get into the holiday spirit with friends and family. While singing may or may not be your thing, we also have delicious hot cocoa, cookies, and treats for all our guests. Sit back and enjoy the gorgeous view of Boston from the heated salon of Northern Lights, a 1920's styles New England Yacht, and get into the Holiday Spirit. This cruise is 90-minutes.
Step aboard on luxury Yacht Northern Lights in full holiday decor and join a romantic Holiday Jazz Cruise. Choose this 1.5-hour cruise with your loved one or with friends to celebrate the season. Get stunning panoramic views and see the city lights twinkle at night as you enjoy gentle holiday jazz songs.
Step aboard Yacht Northern Lights for a 2-hour sightseeing cruise to discover the history and mystery of our New England Harbor town, Boston. Boston Harbor is home to 34 islands and nearly every island has a story to tell from, its’ fortifications and hauntings to lighthouses and wildlife sanctuaries. The harbor is full of rich and unique history that will keep your attention throughout the trip. While aboard enjoy an 8oz. Cup of New England Clam chowder, on us! It’s a staple here in Boston, and you can’t have a New England experience without it.
Cruise around New England harbor and take in the beautiful flora and fauna of spring on this 2-hour cruise. Enjoy sighting blooming cherry blossoms, dogwoods, black cherry trees, and rhododendrons as the boat cruises around the harbor. Take in the pink and soft green colors of spring on the Boston Harbor Islands while hearing stories about pirates and ghosts that haunt the islands. An assortment of gourmet picnic lunch items will be provided!
A 2-hour summer cruise through Boston harbor is an exceptional way to spend the day. Whether you're entertaining clients on a long lunch, taking friends out to see the city the beauty of Boston Harbor, or taking the family on a educational cruise, you and your company will surely enjoy this cruise. Please arrive at Rowes Wharf 15-30 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time. Guests will be required to check in at the ticket booth for boarding passes. Boarding begins promptly 5 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time. Once onboard, sit back and relax and the boat cruises around Boston Harbor. Enjoy skyline views as the boat cruises out to the Harbor Islands for more exploring!
Enjoy a 90-minute cruise in Boston Harbor which heads out to Fort Independence located on Castled Island and named after George Washington. Then circles back to the inner harbor to see the Mystic Tobin Bridge, Leonard Zakim Bridge, Custom House Tower, Old North church steeple, USS Cassin Young, and the USS Constitution. An extra special feature on this cruise is the cannon fire at Sunset, which is presented off the USS Constitution every night to announce the setting of the sun.
Enjoy a delicious brunch and see historic sites along the harbor. This 2.5-hour brunch cruise will take you around the harbor with drinks available for purchase. The sights you will see are the harbor islands (Castle Island, Deer Island, Spectacle Island, Long Island, Lovells Island, Georges Island, Independence Fort, Bunker Hill Monument, USS Cassin Young, USS Constitution, Old North Church, Boston’s Seaport District with historic Fishing Markets, and Boston’s incredible skyline.
Enjoy a cruising adventure on the Boston Harbor, with original and iconic live jazz tunes played by the Benjamin Young Trio. Take in the scenic views of this relaxing 1.5-hour tour. Let this journey transport you back to the 1920s abroad this New England Yacht.
Enjoy your two hour cruise, with views of Boston's skyline and islands including Old North Church, Bunker Hill Monument, USS Cassin Young, and the USS Constitution. All by viewing from the comfortable ship, with your local, professional guide. Maximum group size is 140.
Enjoy a one hour cruise, while seeing the city and it's iconic buildings light up the night. This is a relaxing, sight-seeing cruise with blankets available to guests for snuggling. Adult beverages, soda, water, and snacks are available for purchase. Sit back and unwind as you pass by historical monuments such as the U.S.S. Constitution, International Place and the Independence Wharf!
Come aboard the "little sister" of our tall ship fleet, the 67-foot
Liberty Star or board the 125-foot schooner
Liberty Clipper and take a trip back in time
You'll be charmed by our fleet from the moment you set foot on board. Find your favorite spot on deck from which to enjoy the Boston Harbor skyline and settle in for a relaxing sail to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, or use some muscle and haul up sails and maybe even take the helm! Perhaps you'd like to sing a shanty or two with the crew? You will gain a whole new perspective of Boston on this unique sailing experience. Talk about photo ops! This is an ideal way to get out on the water for 1.5 hours to 2.5 hours. Day sails, sunset sails, or Sunday brunch sails are amongst the offerings or unleash your inner pirate and come aboard for the Saturday evening Rum & Revelry Cruise. Also check for Special Events.
Boston's complex role in launching the American Revolution is physically linked by the brick-lined Freedom Trail, which is best experienced on foot with a knowledgable local guide. This private walking tour with Ted Clark—a former Park Ranger in Boston and founder of highly-rated Hub Town Tours—covers the 12 years prior to the Boston Tea Party in 1773, as Bostonians of all backgrounds grappled with the question of loyalty or rebellion to crown and country.
As you visit the numerous historic landmarks surviving from Old Boston up close, your personal guide will share the gripping story of a small colonial town on the brink of war with an empire. With Hub Town Tours, you will "Explore the Town... Engage the People... Embrace the Ideas."
Boston's complex role in launching the American Revolution is physically linked by the brick-lined Freedom Trail, which is best experienced on foot with a knowledgeable local guide. This private walking tour with a former Park Ranger in Boston covers the 15 years prior to the Battle of Bunker Hill in 1775, as Bostonians of all backgrounds grappled with the question of loyalty or rebellion to crown and country.
As you visit the numerous historic landmarks surviving from Old Boston up close, your personal guide will share the gripping story of a small colonial town on the brink of war with an empire.
Join us for a fun foodie adventure through Union Square, Somerville - a neighborhood like Brooklyn, NY that is bursting with culture, historical significance, and an exploding food scene! Home of the infamous Fluff Festival because marshmallow fluff was invented here, the quirky Union Square celebrates its diversity with many community events and festivals. Celebrating entrepreneurs of all kinds, there are lots of creative new concepts here.
This historical area is home to the raising of the first American flag in 1776, allegedly by George Washington himself. We are excited to show you around! We will sample a diversity of foods from local favorites, ethnic restaurants, and hand-crafted specialty foods that are sure to wow! This tour is suitable to all ages, but there many be a chance or two to try some alcohol from some special local bars, so please specify your preference upon booking.
Treat yourself to some of the best pizza in Boston on this walking food tour. Explore the city’s oldest neighborhoods and visit historic sites along the Freedom Trail like the house of Paul Revere. Your guide will bring history to life while along the walk. And you’ll enjoy some of Boston’s best slices at three pizzerias. You’ll never see pizza, or Boston, the same way after this fun, tasty and informative tour.
Got Pizza? Discover historic Boston slice by delicious slice! We're serving up a tasty, fun and educational walking tour, exploring Boston's oldest neighborhoods. Every tour visits three top-rated Boston pizzerias, tasting a slice from each location. Come hungry for Boston's tastiest food tour.
Raise a pint to the spirits of Samuel Adams, Paul Revere and George Washington as you relive more than 375 years of tavern history in Boston. This informative 2.5-hour walking tour also gives you a taste of Boston pizza, one of the city’s best bites. Sample three of the best pizzas in town. Along the way you’ll explore Boston’s oldest neighborhoods, like Beacon Hill, the Blackstone Block, and the North End (Little Italy). Visit some of New England’s most historic landmarks as well as two of Boston's most historic taverns.
From the founding of Boston to the declaring of Independence: retake the adventure that invented America. The city is our stage. The sights are synchronized. As the story builds, personalities unfold and stakes rise. The group will be kept small so we can comfortably take you from the rising tensions, into the public debates, through the outbreak of violence, and up to the declaring of independence; all while exploring original neighborhoods, famous landmarks, beautiful parks, and hidden alleyways. Learn how decisions were made, battles were fought, and legends were born. A fun and entertaining walk through the crooked streets of Boston that lets you walk away with a deep and lasting understanding of the twisting road to revolution and the mindset that made America.
Spend three-hour on a guided, walking tour filled with culinary delights. You and a small-group (up to 12 people) will taste the freshest seafood food and some of the best Italian food in the country in a North End neighborhood of Boston. As you explore the colorful food scene, your guide will share the history of the area.
Enjoy a 5-day tour of Washington, DC, our nation's capital during the cherry blossom festival. Your tour includes a visit to Ford's Theater, the WWII Memorial, the FDR Memorial, the National Cemetery, the Holocaust Museum, the National Archives and the National Cathedral. Tour Mount Vernon, the Marine Memorial and the National Cathedral. Enjoy an illumination tour of the monuments; the Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Korean Memorial, the Vietnam Memorial as well as the White House and Capitol.