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Boston: Guided Walking Tour of the Freedom Trail

Boston: Guided Walking Tour of the Freedom Trail

See all 16 of Boston's iconic Freedom Trail sites in a single tour with an experienced guide. Learn about famous Americans like Paul Revere and John Hancock, along with lesser-known stories of women, African Americans, and immigrant patriots and pioneers. Start your tour just inside the Boston Common at the back of the Robert Gould Shaw Memorial, located at the corner of Park and Beacon Streets. Discover tales of rebels, gangs, and Midnight Riders, with a few cheap dad jokes for good measure. Gain an understanding of Boston's role in the American Revolution and how the city became a pioneer in the fields of abolition, American education, and immigration. Along the way, learn about the explosive events of the American Revolution like the Boston Tea Party and the Boston Massacre in the places they happened. See Park Street Church, Granary Burying Ground, King's Chapel, the Benjamin Franklin Statue, the Old Corner Bookstore, the Old South Meeting House, the Old State House, the Boston Massacre Site, Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere House, the Old North Church, Copp's Hill Burying Ground, the USS Constitution, and Bunker Hill Monument.

Boston: Historical Sightseeing Cruise

Boston: Historical Sightseeing Cruise

Board a sightseeing cruise in Boston and take a tour around Boston Harbor. Experience breathtaking views, refreshing sea breezes, and vividly told stories of Boston's past and present as you admire the city's sights from the water. Depart from Long Wharf, then Cruise past the USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned US Navy warship afloat today, marvel at the Bunker Hill Monument, and catch a glimpse of the fabled Old North End Church steeple. Hear heroic tales told by expert narrators and learn about local legends from the Revolutionary War. You'll also discover how the harbor was transformed into one of the cleanest waterways in the country. Enjoy the best view no matter the weather, with spacious outdoor viewing decks when the weather is fine, and indoor spaces with large windows if you want to be indoors. Onboard refreshments and snacks are also available for purchase.

Boston: Freedom Trail Small Group Guided Walking Tour

Boston: Freedom Trail Small Group Guided Walking Tour

Learn about the tumultuous 15-year period that culminated in the American Revolution on this small-group tour. As you walk through the heart of Boston with a local guide, you’ll follow the footsteps of Colonial Bostonians, all of whom grappled with the difficult question of loyalty or rebellion to crown and country. Start your walking tour on Boston Common, where the Freedom Trail originates. As your guide leads your small group along the Freedom Trail, hear gripping stories from Revolutionary Boston and learn the significance of landmarks such as Granary Burying Ground, Old South Meeting House, the Boston Massacre Site, Old State House, Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere House, and more. Your walking tour concludes in Boston's North End on Copp's Hill Terrace, steps from the Old North Church and delicious Italian restaurants. This final viewpoint allows guests to see the U.S.S Constitution and Bunker Hill Monument over in Charlestown. Guests will thus view all 16 official landmarks that comprise the Freedom Trail.

Boston: Historic Freedom Trail App-Based Walking Tour

Boston: Historic Freedom Trail App-Based Walking Tour

Your journey will begin in the center of the city at Boston Common. Here, you’ll turn back the clock all the way to the city’s founding in the 1930s, then learn about the first murmurs of independence from Britain. You’ll get to know the Stamp Act Riots, the Liberty Tree, and much more! Then, you’ll head to the historic State House (complete with a dome of real gold!) and find out about the time capsule placed there in 1795. On your way to the Park Street Church (a landmark loaded with history), you’ll stop by the memorial to Robert Gould Shaw, famous for his role in a different war: The Civil War! Then, we will return to the 1700s and learn what led Britain to levy such harsh taxes against the colonies and how those colonists responded. Then, at the Granary Burying Ground, you’ll have the chance to visit the graves of famous figures like Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and Paul Revere! After that is King’s Chapel, the first Anglican church in Boston, which dates all the way back to 1754! Even older is the Latin School, up next, founded in 1635. Benjamin Franklin, Robert Paine, John Hancock, and Samuel Adams all studied here! Then it’s on to the Old South Meeting House, where you’ll get the many ins and outs of the true story behind the famous Boston Tea Party protest. Next is the Old State House, where the Declaration of Independence was first read to Bostonians! Then you’ll head to the site of the infamous (and oft-misunderstood) Boston Massacre and get the truth behind that fateful night. Following a stop at the famed marketplace of Faneuil Hall (where you’ll find just about any kind of refreshments you need), you’ll see the beautiful Rose Kennedy Greenway. It may not be an official stop along the Freedom Trail, but this gorgeous urban park is well worth a look regardless! Continuing on, you’ll get a great look at the historic Custom House, one of Boston’s most iconic structures, before reaching Paul Revere’s house, perfectly preserved since his famous Midnight Ride. Past that is the Old North Church, where Revere famously asked for “one lantern if by land, two if by sea.” The next stop is almost impossible to miss—it’s the USS Constitution! This enormous ship, nicknamed Old Ironsides, is enough to make the trip worth it all on its own. Here, you’ll get familiar with some of the old warship’s most nail-biting battles. Finally, you’ll arrive at the Bunker Hill Monument, memorializing a pivotal battle during the Revolutionary War. Your tour concludes here, but there’s lots more of Boston to see, including a bonus tour that dives deep into the Battle of Bunker Hill itself!

Boston: New England Harbor Cruise

Boston: New England Harbor Cruise

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! This cruise is moderately narrated by the Captain. Enjoy commentary on the main sights as we cruise. Please note this is not a fully narrated tour. Notable sights include the Old North Church, Bunker Hill Monument, USS Cassin Young, the USS Constitution, Fort Independence, Boston's Seaport District, and Spectacle Island. The motor yacht's design was inspired by classic New England 1920s style steamships. She is one of the most comfortable and versatile cruise vessels in the Boston Harbor. She is 115-feet in length, features six bathrooms and provides ample seating throughout the ship. She is built for taking groups of people on spectacular sightseeing adventures. Thus, she is excellent for taking out groups of friends and family to see the harbor. Sit back and relax in the climate-controlled cabin or enjoy the sea breeze on the open top deck. During your harbor cruise, the captain will provide narration and the crew will be around to assist in making your trip more comfortable. Be sure to visit the fully stocked bar on the main deck to purchase refreshments.

Boston: Self-Guided Freedom Trail Walking Audio Tour w/ App

Boston: Self-Guided Freedom Trail Walking Audio Tour w/ App

Discover Boston's Revolutionary history on a Freedom Trail self-guided audio walking tour with an app. Explore historic downtown Boston, the North End, and Charlestown all at your own pace and without the crowds. Simply press start and follow the arrow on the app to find your next stop, listening to professional narration along your way. Head off on a historical adventure through Boston's colorful past with this self-guided tour of the Freedom Trail. Start by walking through downtown Boston and see the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, Sam Adams grave, Old South, and much more. Then, continue by following the directions on your app to Boston's North End. See Paul Revere's House, Copp's Hill Burial Ground, Old North, and more to truly get a flavor of what this part of the city has to offer. Carry on to Charlestown to see Bunker Hill, the USS Constitution, and more. Best of all, take the tour anytime, at your own pace, and on your own schedule. This tour never expires on your downloaded app, so you can take it as many times as you like.

Boston: Guided Delicious Donut Tour with Tastings

Boston: Guided Delicious Donut Tour with Tastings

Celebrate the donut in all its glory while discovering downtown Boston on this underground tour. Take in historic sites, drink coffee and apple cider, and sample some of the finest donuts Boston has to offer. Begin your tour in the Financial District at Kane’s Donuts where you’ll sample several of their daily flavors. Take a stroll along the waterfront to Boston’s Public Market to try some delicious donuts and apple cider. Learn about the market's history and check out some of its other vendors. Next, walk through Little Italy, one of the city's oldest neighborhoods and home to the Old North Church. Make a stop at one of the oldest bakeries in the neighborhood and enjoy a uniquely Boston treat. Finish your tour back at the Public Market and the delicious Union Square Donuts.

Downtown Boston Harbor Weekend Cruise with Brunch

Downtown Boston Harbor Weekend Cruise with Brunch

Weekends are a time for relaxing and getting your days started the right way. Join a Mimosa and Bloody Mary Cruise aboard the elegant Northern Lights to jump start your relaxation mode. While aboard, choose from a variety of mimosas and bloody Mary's. Enjoy the gourmet brunch buffet and select a cozy seat aboard the Northern Lights as you cruise around Boston Harbor to capture panoramic views of Boston. This is the perfect event for groups looking to entertain guests from out of town. You can see the sites without giving up a relaxing weekend. Small bridal parties can be accommodated and next day wedding parties. The Brunch Cruise offers the perfect event for individuals or a group looking to celebrate and relax. Also, see historic sites along the harbor such as: 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.  Brunch features a diverse buffet menu to suit all palettes: Assorted Pastries, Scones, and Croissants Freshly Sliced Fruit and Berries Yogurt Cranberry Granola Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese, and Jalapeno Bagels Scrambled Eggs with Herbs and English Cheddar (vegetarian) Roasted Potato and Sweet Potato Hash (vegetarian) Nueske’s Bacon and Chicken Apple Sausage. Summer Salad Please contact us in advance to inform us of any food allergies. Please note we cannot accommodate all food allergies, but we will do our best if given advance notice.

Boston: Freedom Trail, Bunker Hill, & USS Constitution Tour

Boston: Freedom Trail, Bunker Hill, & USS Constitution Tour

If you are looking for a tour that covers the entire Freedom Trail, this is it! This is the most comprehensive tour of the Freedom Trail you will find and includes all stops, including actually visiting Bunker Hill and the USS Constitution. We even add in four or five extra stops that enrich the revolutionary story. The Freedom Trail connects sixteen locations in historic Boston. Each is interesting in its own right, but together, they tell the story of the conflicts that lead to the Colonist’s decision to risk everything they held dear and challenge the greatest military power in the world for the right to govern themselves. Your tour will include a stop at each of the sites to learn its significance in the events that lead to the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the battles of Lexington and Concord, the Battle of Bunker Hill and the subsequent departure of British forces from Boston. The focus is on the people and key events of the Revolution. What really happened, who made it happen, and the outcomes of events like the Tea Party, Boston Massacre, and Battle of Bunker Hill. You'll learn more about familiar names like Adams, Revere and Washington and meet the relatively unknown heroes and heroines like Margaret Kemble Gage, Dr. Joseph Warren and the firebrand lawyer, James Otis. If you’re a secret history nerd or seek an experience that digs deeper than the run-of-the-mill tour, please join us. Group sizes are always small so we can chat, ask questions and enjoy a memorable day!

Boston: American History Citywide Walking Tour

Boston: American History Citywide Walking Tour

A comprehensive exploration of Boston's original neighborhoods and a complete retelling of the American story from the founding of Boston to the Declaration of Independence. Unlike most tours which limit themselves exclusively to what's on the Freedom Trail - walking from one end to the other and providing short highlights and separate overviews of each stop - this tour pulls everything together into an immersive citywide narrative: recreating the drama and recapturing the energy that invented America. We visit 14 iconic Freedom Trail landmarks in the same order in which the history unfolded, bringing to life the passions, personalities, and psychologies behind world changing events like The Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, and Battle of Bunker Hill. We also explore all of Boson's original neighborhoods (including those not on the Freedom Trail) covering both the major sights and hidden gems so you'll enjoy the charm of the old town while getting a real sense of the beautiful and booming modern city as well. No big crowds or silly costumes. The story incorporates insights from the most prestigious scholars in the field and is presented with light-hearted humor and enthusiasm; it will be equally educational as entertaining for history buffs and newcomers alike. 15-minute break at Quincy Market & entrance into Faneuil Hall (when open) included. Awarded Boston Magazine's Best Historical Tour in 2022 Characters include (but are not limited to) Ben Franklin, Paul Revere, Samual Adams, John Hancock, & John Adams. Events include (but are not limited to) the founding of Boston, the Stamp Act Riots, the Boston Tea Party, the occupation of Boston, the Boston Massacre, Lexington & Concord, and the Battle of Bunker Hill. Sights include (but are not limited to) Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Granary Burying Ground, King's Chapel, Old City Hall, Old Corner Book Store, the USS Constitution, the Old South Meeting House, the Paul Revere House, the Old State House, Old North Church, and the Bunker Hill Monument.

Old North Church, Boston: Our most recommended tours and activities

Boston: Guided Walking Tour of the Freedom Trail

Boston: Guided Walking Tour of the Freedom Trail

See all 16 of Boston's iconic Freedom Trail sites in a single tour with an experienced guide. Learn about famous Americans like Paul Revere and John Hancock, along with lesser-known stories of women, African Americans, and immigrant patriots and pioneers. Start your tour just inside the Boston Common at the back of the Robert Gould Shaw Memorial, located at the corner of Park and Beacon Streets. Discover tales of rebels, gangs, and Midnight Riders, with a few cheap dad jokes for good measure. Gain an understanding of Boston's role in the American Revolution and how the city became a pioneer in the fields of abolition, American education, and immigration. Along the way, learn about the explosive events of the American Revolution like the Boston Tea Party and the Boston Massacre in the places they happened. See Park Street Church, Granary Burying Ground, King's Chapel, the Benjamin Franklin Statue, the Old Corner Bookstore, the Old South Meeting House, the Old State House, the Boston Massacre Site, Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere House, the Old North Church, Copp's Hill Burying Ground, the USS Constitution, and Bunker Hill Monument.

Boston: Historical Sightseeing Cruise

Boston: Historical Sightseeing Cruise

Board a sightseeing cruise in Boston and take a tour around Boston Harbor. Experience breathtaking views, refreshing sea breezes, and vividly told stories of Boston's past and present as you admire the city's sights from the water. Depart from Long Wharf, then Cruise past the USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned US Navy warship afloat today, marvel at the Bunker Hill Monument, and catch a glimpse of the fabled Old North End Church steeple. Hear heroic tales told by expert narrators and learn about local legends from the Revolutionary War. You'll also discover how the harbor was transformed into one of the cleanest waterways in the country. Enjoy the best view no matter the weather, with spacious outdoor viewing decks when the weather is fine, and indoor spaces with large windows if you want to be indoors. Onboard refreshments and snacks are also available for purchase.

Boston: Freedom Trail Small Group Guided Walking Tour

Boston: Freedom Trail Small Group Guided Walking Tour

Learn about the tumultuous 15-year period that culminated in the American Revolution on this small-group tour. As you walk through the heart of Boston with a local guide, you’ll follow the footsteps of Colonial Bostonians, all of whom grappled with the difficult question of loyalty or rebellion to crown and country. Start your walking tour on Boston Common, where the Freedom Trail originates. As your guide leads your small group along the Freedom Trail, hear gripping stories from Revolutionary Boston and learn the significance of landmarks such as Granary Burying Ground, Old South Meeting House, the Boston Massacre Site, Old State House, Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere House, and more. Your walking tour concludes in Boston's North End on Copp's Hill Terrace, steps from the Old North Church and delicious Italian restaurants. This final viewpoint allows guests to see the U.S.S Constitution and Bunker Hill Monument over in Charlestown. Guests will thus view all 16 official landmarks that comprise the Freedom Trail.

Boston: Historic Freedom Trail App-Based Walking Tour

Boston: Historic Freedom Trail App-Based Walking Tour

Your journey will begin in the center of the city at Boston Common. Here, you’ll turn back the clock all the way to the city’s founding in the 1930s, then learn about the first murmurs of independence from Britain. You’ll get to know the Stamp Act Riots, the Liberty Tree, and much more! Then, you’ll head to the historic State House (complete with a dome of real gold!) and find out about the time capsule placed there in 1795. On your way to the Park Street Church (a landmark loaded with history), you’ll stop by the memorial to Robert Gould Shaw, famous for his role in a different war: The Civil War! Then, we will return to the 1700s and learn what led Britain to levy such harsh taxes against the colonies and how those colonists responded. Then, at the Granary Burying Ground, you’ll have the chance to visit the graves of famous figures like Samuel Adams, John Hancock, and Paul Revere! After that is King’s Chapel, the first Anglican church in Boston, which dates all the way back to 1754! Even older is the Latin School, up next, founded in 1635. Benjamin Franklin, Robert Paine, John Hancock, and Samuel Adams all studied here! Then it’s on to the Old South Meeting House, where you’ll get the many ins and outs of the true story behind the famous Boston Tea Party protest. Next is the Old State House, where the Declaration of Independence was first read to Bostonians! Then you’ll head to the site of the infamous (and oft-misunderstood) Boston Massacre and get the truth behind that fateful night. Following a stop at the famed marketplace of Faneuil Hall (where you’ll find just about any kind of refreshments you need), you’ll see the beautiful Rose Kennedy Greenway. It may not be an official stop along the Freedom Trail, but this gorgeous urban park is well worth a look regardless! Continuing on, you’ll get a great look at the historic Custom House, one of Boston’s most iconic structures, before reaching Paul Revere’s house, perfectly preserved since his famous Midnight Ride. Past that is the Old North Church, where Revere famously asked for “one lantern if by land, two if by sea.” The next stop is almost impossible to miss—it’s the USS Constitution! This enormous ship, nicknamed Old Ironsides, is enough to make the trip worth it all on its own. Here, you’ll get familiar with some of the old warship’s most nail-biting battles. Finally, you’ll arrive at the Bunker Hill Monument, memorializing a pivotal battle during the Revolutionary War. Your tour concludes here, but there’s lots more of Boston to see, including a bonus tour that dives deep into the Battle of Bunker Hill itself!

Boston: New England Harbor Cruise

Boston: New England Harbor Cruise

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! This cruise is moderately narrated by the Captain. Enjoy commentary on the main sights as we cruise. Please note this is not a fully narrated tour. Notable sights include the Old North Church, Bunker Hill Monument, USS Cassin Young, the USS Constitution, Fort Independence, Boston's Seaport District, and Spectacle Island. The motor yacht's design was inspired by classic New England 1920s style steamships. She is one of the most comfortable and versatile cruise vessels in the Boston Harbor. She is 115-feet in length, features six bathrooms and provides ample seating throughout the ship. She is built for taking groups of people on spectacular sightseeing adventures. Thus, she is excellent for taking out groups of friends and family to see the harbor. Sit back and relax in the climate-controlled cabin or enjoy the sea breeze on the open top deck. During your harbor cruise, the captain will provide narration and the crew will be around to assist in making your trip more comfortable. Be sure to visit the fully stocked bar on the main deck to purchase refreshments.

Boston: Self-Guided Freedom Trail Walking Audio Tour w/ App

Boston: Self-Guided Freedom Trail Walking Audio Tour w/ App

Discover Boston's Revolutionary history on a Freedom Trail self-guided audio walking tour with an app. Explore historic downtown Boston, the North End, and Charlestown all at your own pace and without the crowds. Simply press start and follow the arrow on the app to find your next stop, listening to professional narration along your way. Head off on a historical adventure through Boston's colorful past with this self-guided tour of the Freedom Trail. Start by walking through downtown Boston and see the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, Sam Adams grave, Old South, and much more. Then, continue by following the directions on your app to Boston's North End. See Paul Revere's House, Copp's Hill Burial Ground, Old North, and more to truly get a flavor of what this part of the city has to offer. Carry on to Charlestown to see Bunker Hill, the USS Constitution, and more. Best of all, take the tour anytime, at your own pace, and on your own schedule. This tour never expires on your downloaded app, so you can take it as many times as you like.

Boston: Guided Delicious Donut Tour with Tastings

Boston: Guided Delicious Donut Tour with Tastings

Celebrate the donut in all its glory while discovering downtown Boston on this underground tour. Take in historic sites, drink coffee and apple cider, and sample some of the finest donuts Boston has to offer. Begin your tour in the Financial District at Kane’s Donuts where you’ll sample several of their daily flavors. Take a stroll along the waterfront to Boston’s Public Market to try some delicious donuts and apple cider. Learn about the market's history and check out some of its other vendors. Next, walk through Little Italy, one of the city's oldest neighborhoods and home to the Old North Church. Make a stop at one of the oldest bakeries in the neighborhood and enjoy a uniquely Boston treat. Finish your tour back at the Public Market and the delicious Union Square Donuts.

Downtown Boston Harbor Weekend Cruise with Brunch

Downtown Boston Harbor Weekend Cruise with Brunch

Weekends are a time for relaxing and getting your days started the right way. Join a Mimosa and Bloody Mary Cruise aboard the elegant Northern Lights to jump start your relaxation mode. While aboard, choose from a variety of mimosas and bloody Mary's. Enjoy the gourmet brunch buffet and select a cozy seat aboard the Northern Lights as you cruise around Boston Harbor to capture panoramic views of Boston. This is the perfect event for groups looking to entertain guests from out of town. You can see the sites without giving up a relaxing weekend. Small bridal parties can be accommodated and next day wedding parties. The Brunch Cruise offers the perfect event for individuals or a group looking to celebrate and relax. Also, see historic sites along the harbor such as: 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.  Brunch features a diverse buffet menu to suit all palettes: Assorted Pastries, Scones, and Croissants Freshly Sliced Fruit and Berries Yogurt Cranberry Granola Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese, and Jalapeno Bagels Scrambled Eggs with Herbs and English Cheddar (vegetarian) Roasted Potato and Sweet Potato Hash (vegetarian) Nueske’s Bacon and Chicken Apple Sausage. Summer Salad Please contact us in advance to inform us of any food allergies. Please note we cannot accommodate all food allergies, but we will do our best if given advance notice.

Boston: Freedom Trail, Bunker Hill, & USS Constitution Tour

Boston: Freedom Trail, Bunker Hill, & USS Constitution Tour

If you are looking for a tour that covers the entire Freedom Trail, this is it! This is the most comprehensive tour of the Freedom Trail you will find and includes all stops, including actually visiting Bunker Hill and the USS Constitution. We even add in four or five extra stops that enrich the revolutionary story. The Freedom Trail connects sixteen locations in historic Boston. Each is interesting in its own right, but together, they tell the story of the conflicts that lead to the Colonist’s decision to risk everything they held dear and challenge the greatest military power in the world for the right to govern themselves. Your tour will include a stop at each of the sites to learn its significance in the events that lead to the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the battles of Lexington and Concord, the Battle of Bunker Hill and the subsequent departure of British forces from Boston. The focus is on the people and key events of the Revolution. What really happened, who made it happen, and the outcomes of events like the Tea Party, Boston Massacre, and Battle of Bunker Hill. You'll learn more about familiar names like Adams, Revere and Washington and meet the relatively unknown heroes and heroines like Margaret Kemble Gage, Dr. Joseph Warren and the firebrand lawyer, James Otis. If you’re a secret history nerd or seek an experience that digs deeper than the run-of-the-mill tour, please join us. Group sizes are always small so we can chat, ask questions and enjoy a memorable day!

Boston: American History Citywide Walking Tour

Boston: American History Citywide Walking Tour

A comprehensive exploration of Boston's original neighborhoods and a complete retelling of the American story from the founding of Boston to the Declaration of Independence. Unlike most tours which limit themselves exclusively to what's on the Freedom Trail - walking from one end to the other and providing short highlights and separate overviews of each stop - this tour pulls everything together into an immersive citywide narrative: recreating the drama and recapturing the energy that invented America. We visit 14 iconic Freedom Trail landmarks in the same order in which the history unfolded, bringing to life the passions, personalities, and psychologies behind world changing events like The Boston Massacre, Boston Tea Party, Midnight Ride of Paul Revere, and Battle of Bunker Hill. We also explore all of Boson's original neighborhoods (including those not on the Freedom Trail) covering both the major sights and hidden gems so you'll enjoy the charm of the old town while getting a real sense of the beautiful and booming modern city as well. No big crowds or silly costumes. The story incorporates insights from the most prestigious scholars in the field and is presented with light-hearted humor and enthusiasm; it will be equally educational as entertaining for history buffs and newcomers alike. 15-minute break at Quincy Market & entrance into Faneuil Hall (when open) included. Awarded Boston Magazine's Best Historical Tour in 2022 Characters include (but are not limited to) Ben Franklin, Paul Revere, Samual Adams, John Hancock, & John Adams. Events include (but are not limited to) the founding of Boston, the Stamp Act Riots, the Boston Tea Party, the occupation of Boston, the Boston Massacre, Lexington & Concord, and the Battle of Bunker Hill. Sights include (but are not limited to) Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Granary Burying Ground, King's Chapel, Old City Hall, Old Corner Book Store, the USS Constitution, the Old South Meeting House, the Paul Revere House, the Old State House, Old North Church, and the Bunker Hill Monument.

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4.6
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Jon was an excellent guide and made the tour! He was incredibly knowledgeable and engaging and with an age range of 15 yrs - 75 yrs in our group, everyone loved it. I would highly recommend the tour for anyone that wants to have a better understanding of the role Boston played in American history.

Our tour was incredible! Our tour guide, Nick, was extremely knowledgeable and enthusiastic, making this tour the best. I would 12/10 recommend him! We couldn’t have hand picked a better guide. The tour was amazing. We got to see and hear so much history about Boston.

We had an amazing experience. Only my husband and I were scheduled for the tour so we had our own private experience. Shawn was so funny and gave us many “real story behind the story.” I would book from them again!

I am so glad we decided to get this tour. Our guide even made it interesting for my 12 and 15 year old!!

Only complaint was the heat, but that's God's fault.