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Boston Fenway Park: Guided Ballpark Tour with Options

1. Boston Fenway Park: Guided Ballpark Tour with Options

Discover Fenway Park, the historic Boston icon and home of the Boston Red Sox, through an array of tour options. Whether you prefer a public one-hour tour, a private one-hour tour, an exclusive Pre-Game Tour, or a convenient 15-minute tour, there's a perfect experience for every fan. Join our public one-hour tour and delve into the rich history of Fenway Park. Led by an expert guide, explore the ballpark and baseball field where Red Sox legends Williams, Yaz, Fisk, and Rice made their mark on Red Sox Nation. See Pesky's Pole and sit atop the world-famous Green Monster, which stands 37 feet 2 inches high overlooking left field. Take in the magnificent sights and breathtaking views of Boston atop the Roof Deck overlooking right field. For a more exclusive experience, opt for our private one-hour tour. In addition to visiting the same locations as the public tour, you'll have the opportunity to explore exclusive areas like the Red Seat, Visiting Team Clubhouse, and more (subject to availability). For the ultimate fan experience, the Pre-Game tour affords you exclusive access to the ballpark and field (subject to availability). Get early access to the ballpark before the general public and enjoy unique privileges. This experience takes place three hours prior to game time on game days. Short on time? This convenient 15-minute tour provides a quick glimpse into Fenway Park's stunning panoramic view of the ballpark and city skyline. Led by an experienced tour guide, this express tour covers the ballpark’s most iconic structures and locations, allowing you to soak in the atmosphere and capture your very own memorable photos. No matter which tour you choose, GeetYourGuide’s exclusive tours of Fenway Park offer a unique view into the Red Sox’s remarkable legacy and historic venue.

Boston: Hop-on Hop-off Old Town Trolley Tour

2. Boston: Hop-on Hop-off Old Town Trolley Tour

Enjoy a hop-on hop-off tour aboard Boston’s charming orange and green Old Town Trolley and visit more than 100 points of interest in the city at your own pace. Enjoy the freedom to hop on or off all day and discover sights like the Boston State House, Liberty Wharf, and the Charlestown Navy Yard. Take in double-decker height views while protected from the elements. The comfortable enclosed trolleys allow you to experience elevated viewing come rain, snow, or shine. Choose between 1-day and 2-day ticket options with free unlimited re-boarding. The Boston Trolley tour covers all the major areas including downtown, Beacon Hill, Back Bay, the theater district, and the waterfront. Conductors narrate the tour, offering a fun mix of trivia and humorous stories. There are 14 stops conveniently located close to over 100 points of interest in Boston, these are: • Stop 1: New England Aquarium/Faneuil Hall Marketplace (200 Atlantic Ave) . • Stop 2: Historic North End (561 Commercial Street) • Stop 3: USS Constitution/Charlestown Navy Yard (Constitution Road between 1st Ave. and 2nd Ave.) • Stop 4: North Station/TD Bank Garden (Westbound side of Causeway Street between Beverly Street and Accolon Way.) • Stop 5: Old State House (State Street between Washington and Congress Streets, across from Old State House Museum) * Stop 6: Beacon Hill/Antique Row (Charles Street at the corner of Mount Vernon Street) • Stop 7: Cheers Bar "The Original" (84 Beacon Street) • Stop 8: Prudential Center/View Boston Observatory (40 Dalton St.) • Stop 9: Christian Science Plaza/Symphony Hall (120 Huntington Avenue) • Stop 10: Copley Place Shopping Galleries (100 Huntington Ave #92 in front of the Marriott Copley Place Hotel) • Stop 11: Copley Square/Trinity Church (Boylston St & Clarendon, directly opposite 545 Boylston St.) • Stop 12: Old Town Trolley Welcome Center (Charles Street South at Boylston Street and Park Plaza.) • Stop 13: Boston State House/ Boston Common/Beacon Hill (Beacon Street at Park Street. - directly across from the State House) • Stop 14: Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum (discounted admission included) (Sleeper Street - directly in front of 313 Congress St.)

Boston: View Boston Observatory Entry Ticket

3. Boston: View Boston Observatory Entry Ticket

Discover Boston’s newly renovated and reimagined observation deck, View Boston, with this entry ticket. Admire unrivaled panoramic views of Boston’s city skyline. Get access to the indoor and outdoor viewing decks, dining options, and immersive exhibits on the top three floors of the Prudential Tower. Ascend to Prudential Tower’s 52nd floor for incredible indoor views of the city. Use the virtual viewers to learn more about the city’s many famed landmarks and attractions, and use the elevated viewing platforms to ensure the best views. Visit the Cloud Terrace on the 51st floor to capture photos on the 360-degree open-air deck. Stop and purchase beverages, shareable plates, and quick bites with a view at Stratus, New England’s highest cocktail bar. Stop at Boston 365 to view a remarkable 3D model of the city with projection-mapping that dramatically reveals the seasons and celebrations.  Go to Open Doors, a 270-degree immersive theater which showcases street-level exploration of the various neighborhoods and behind-the-scenes perspective from some of Boston’s most beloved attractions, including Fenway Park. Make use of the interactive neighborhood discovery tool Explore Boston, which allows you to explore the various neighborhoods and locate attractions, restaurants and landmarks of interest based on your individual taste and create your own customized itinerary. For an exceptional culinary experience, make a reservation at The Beacon Restaurant. With seasonally inspired cocktails, classic Bostonian dishes and a 22-seat window facing bar, this is Boston’s highest dining destination.

Boston: Go City All-Inclusive Pass with 45+ Attractions

4. Boston: Go City All-Inclusive Pass with 45+ Attractions

The Boston All-Inclusive Pass by Go City provides you access to over 45 of the area’s top activities, attractions, and tours for a single low price. Enjoy planning your own itinerary while saving up to 50%* compared to the cost of individual attraction tickets. Choose a 1, 2, 3, 5, or 7-day pass and visit as many attractions as you like during that time. Take a Trolley Tour, gaze at the city's skyline from the top of View Boston observation deck, or explore the Museum of Science. These and many other options are included in the cost of your Boston All-Inclusive Pass. A free digital guide helps you decide what to do, where to go, and how to get there. Below, "(R)" means that reservations are required. Included attractions with your Boston All-Inclusive Pass: TOURS AND ACTIVITIES • Historic Sightseeing Cruise (Seasonal - April to October) • CityView Hop-On Hop-Off Boston Trolley: 2-Day Ticket (Seasonal - April to November) • Fenway Park Tour • Swan Boats of Boston (Seasonal - April to September) • The Harvard Tour • Boston Movie Mile Walking Tour (Seasonal - April to October) (R) • Boston Bike Rental • Hyannisport Harbor Cruise (Seasonal - May to October) • Cape Cod Canal Cruise (Seasonal - May to October) • Liberty Ride (Seasonal - April to October) • Boch Center Wang Theatre Tours • North End Boston's "Little Italy Tour" • Boston Historic Pub Crawl Tour • Beacon Hill True Crime Tour • Sam Signature Experience MUSEUMS AND PLACES OF INTEREST • View Boston • Old State House Museum & Old South Meeting House Combo Ticket • USS Constitution Museum • Museum of Science • Paul Revere House • Museum of Fine Arts • Salem Witch Museum (R) • Boston Children's Museum (R) • Harvard Museum of Natural History (R) • JFK Presidential Library and Museum • Plimoth Patuxet plus Mayflower II or Grist Mill Combo (Seasonal - April to November) • LEGOLAND Discovery Center Boston • Franklin Park Zoo • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum • Peabody Essex Museum • Institute of Contemporary Art • House of the Seven Gables • Buckman Tavern • Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology (R) • Concord Museum • King's Chapel Attractions and tours are subject to change. Check the digital guide included in your confirmation voucher for the full list of inclusions, opening times, and reservation instructions. *Savings based on itineraries on Go City website.

Boston: Go City Explorer Pass including 2 to 5 Attractions

5. Boston: Go City Explorer Pass including 2 to 5 Attractions

Ensure a hassle-free trip with a Boston Explorer Pass that is accessible straight from your mobile phone (also available to print) and is valid for 60 days (starting with your first visit). Choose 2, 3, 4, or 5 activities and save time and money compared to paying individual admission prices. With Go City you can save up to 50%* off top Boston attractions. Explore the city aboard a hop-on-hop-off trolley bus, enjoy a Boston sunset cruise or whiz up to the 52nd floor of View Boston for stunning city panoramas - the choice is yours. Simply browse the Go City app for where to go next, show your pass to be scanned at the entrance or ticket office, and you're in. Choose any 2, 3, 4, or 5 attractions or tours from the following: Tours and Cruises • Historic Sightseeing Cruise (April to October) • CityView Hop-On Hop-Off Boston Trolley Sightseeing Tour: 1-Day Ticket (April to November) • Boston Sunset Cruise (May to September) • Fenway Park Tour • Boston Bike Rental • Boch Center Wang Theatre Tours • The Harvard Tour • North End Boston's 'Little Italy' Tour • Beacon Hill True Crime Tour • Boston Historic Pub Crawl Tour • Haunted Boston History and Mystery Walking Tour Museums and Places of Interest • View Boston Observation Deck • Old State House Museum & Old South Meeting House Combo Ticket • Museum of Science • Harvard Museum of Natural History • Boston Children's Museum • LEGOLAND Discovery Center Boston • Museum of Fine Arts • Salem Witch Museum • USS Constitution Museum • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum • JFK Presidential Library and Museum • Franklin Park Zoo • Peabody Essex Museum • Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology Attractions and tours are subject to change. Check the Go City app or digital guide included in your confirmation voucher for the full list of inclusions, opening times, and reservation instructions. *Savings based on itineraries on Go City website.

Boston: Hop-On Hop-Off Double-Decker Bus Sightseeing Tour

6. Boston: Hop-On Hop-Off Double-Decker Bus Sightseeing Tour

Experience the beauty of Boston with Boston Sightseeing double-decker hop-on hop-off tour. Visit the New England Aquarium, Old State House Museum, Boston Fish Pier, Trinity Church, and other sites. Board an open-top double-decker tour bus and be amazed as you ascend above the bustling crowd, capturing awe-inspiring views. You will see all the major attractions and historic landmarks with 8 convenient stops. Hear interesting facts, glorious historical information, and anecdotes about the sights you pass through the sites. The stops for the hop-on hop-off tour are:Stop 1: New England Aquarium (Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Quincy Market, Sightseeing Cruise, North End, TD Garden, Marriot Custom House.)Stop-2: Old State House Museum (Boston City Hall, Historic District, Samuel Adams Taproom, Old South Meeting House.)Stop-3: Downtown Boston (Boston Opera House, Old Granary Burial Ground, Kings Chapel, Frog Pond, Park Street Church.)Stop-4: Boston Common (Boston Public Garden, Theater District, Chinatown, Boch Center, Swan Boat)Stop-5: Cheers Pub (Beacon Hill, Charles River, Gibson House Museum, The Newbury, Charles St. Meeting House.)Stop-6: Boston Public Library (John Hancock Tower, Copley Square, Arts Boston, South End.)Stop-7: Trinity Church (Back Bay, Newbury Street)Stop-8: Massachusetts State House (State House Library, Financial District, Otis House Museum)

From NYC: Exclusive Spanish-Language Day Trip to Boston

7. From NYC: Exclusive Spanish-Language Day Trip to Boston

Your trip to Boston begins in Midtown Manhattan at the entrance of your preferred pickup hotel: Millennium Broadway, Pennsylvania, or Manhattan at Times Square. Once you have been picked up, head north to the capital city of Massachusetts. There will be a stop halfway, where you will have time to have breakfast and use the services. Once you arrive in Boston, the first stop is Copley Square, where you can appreciate the architectural contrasts of the city. See iconic sites such as the first public library in the United States, the Hancock Tower, the Church of the Holy Trinity, and the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel. Within Copley Square, discover the monument to the Hare and the Turtle, which commemorates the cemetery of the Boston Marathon.  The next stop will be in the Church of Christ Scientist. Following, head through Massachusetts Avenue where you will see the Back Bay neighborhood, famous for its Victorian houses. Pass by Berkeley College, the largest private music school in the world. Then, marvel at the monument to Domingo Faustino Sarmiento and get up close to the Baseball Stadium Fenway Park, home of the Red Sox. Continue towards Cambridge where the MIT Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the prestigious Harvard University are located. Walk through the Harvard University Campus and past the famous monument of the three lies, after which you will have time to buy souvenirs. After this experience, back in Boston, walk one of the most attractive and expensive neighborhoods in the city "Beacon Hill." Leaving the neighborhood, pass by the bar made famous by the TV show "Cheers" and through the first public park in the USA. Cross through the Massachusetts Governorate, part of the Freedom Trail and the Financial Center, and the place of the Boston Massacre of 1770. The last stop will be at Quincy Market. At its inception in 1826, it was used as a center of production, purchase, and exchange of food products and is now the city's cultural center. In the market, you will have free time for lunch. Your guide will advise you as to where the best clam chowder and lobster sandwiches are sold, two of Boston's most famous local dishes. Finally, after lunch, head back to NYC and get dropped off where you were picked up.

From NYC: Boston City and Harvard Guided Day Trip

8. From NYC: Boston City and Harvard Guided Day Trip

Come discover beautiful Boston. Have your transportation and itinerary taken care of your while your only job is to sit back and enjoy this stunning city. Explore the best Boston has to offer including: Fenway Park stadium, home to the Boston Red SoxHarvard University Main campus: Harvard Yard, Old Yard, John Harvard Statue, Johnston Gate, Harvard souvenir store.Copley Square: Trinity church, Fairmont Copley Hotel, Boston Public Library, John Hancock Tower, “End line” to Boston MarathonBoston Common and the public gardens  Freedom trail: Massachusetts State house, Old state House, Granary Burying ground, Kings chapel, Faneuil hallQuincy Market Start your day in New York City, where your tour guide will share stories of different places on your journey to Boston. Once in Boston, begin your tour at Copley Square, have lunch at Quincy Market and visit Harvard University's main campus.

Boston: 2.5-Hour City View Bike Tour

9. Boston: 2.5-Hour City View Bike Tour

The Urban AdvenTours Boston City View Bicycle Tour offers a classic ride for those looking to get a great overall introduction to the city. During the 2.5-hour tour you’ll get to know the city and find neighborhoods that you can explore in greater depth later. Discover the unique character and charm of each area you visit up close, in person, and only possible by bicycle. This comprehensive tour covers all of Boston’s best sites, including: • Historic Fenway Park • The Christian Science Center • Boston Common • The beautiful brownstones in Back Bay and the South End • The Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston’s newest public park • The Charles River Esplanade • The North End, Boston’s oldest residential, Italian neighborhood • Copley Square, where you’ll see the Boston Public Library, Trinity Church, and the John Hancock building Take advantage of a tour that includes an individually-fitted bike, helmet, water, and a friendly and knowledgeable guide who will lead you on your travels. The tour covers 10-12 miles, from the bustling streets of downtown to the serene bike paths along the Charles River.

Boston: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Tour with Live Guide

10. Boston: Hop-on Hop-off Sightseeing Tour with Live Guide

Boston, known as "The Cradle of Liberty," is a city rich in history and culture. From the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill to the bustling Seaport District, Boston has something for everyone. Big Bus guides you through remarkable landmarks such as Fenway Park, the historic Freedom Trail, and the picturesque Boston Common. Embark on a journey through Boston to discover its charm, experience its vibrant culture, and create unforgettable memories. From the historic North End and Theater District to the scenic Boston Harbor and New England Aquarium, our open-top double-decker bus tour offers a comprehensive sightseeing experience. Tour through the colonial era with a visit to Downtown, North End, and Beacon Hill, taking in the charming streets and stunning architecture of old Boston. Then, head over to Back Bay, the Theater District, and the Waterfront - the heart of Boston's bustling city center. Here, you'll be able to gaze at the towering skyscrapers and immerse yourself in the vibrant energy of modern-day Boston. Don’t miss Charlestown, home of the historic USS Constitution - the oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world. And take a photo of the iconic Massachusetts State House on Beacon Hill. After the tour, consider visiting Fenway Park and the famous Quincy Market, or even taking a stroll through the Boston Common. With Big Bus Boston, you can explore Boston at your own pace!

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The tour itself was amazing! The tour guide was very knowledgeable and engaging. The only issue I will mention is the meeting location in the app wasn’t correct. We were told that we had to go to the Gate A ticket booth to redeem the vouchers, and then we had to meet at the Red Sox team store across from Fenway.

Absolutely loved it ! Being English didn’t have a lot of knowledge regarding baseball but the guide Emily made it so interesting and we genuinely loved hearing all the historical stories & facts highly recommended if you visit Boston.

Very interesting (&cold!!). Guide was very informative and very passionate about the Red Sox.

It's a shame that there are no other visiting languages but still great

it was great and the guy was excellent very knowledgeable and nice guy