Take a journey down the battle trail of the revolutionary period of America's history, combined with the best of old and new Boston - all in 1 day!
Walk through history along the Boston Freedom Trail's famous red line to experience some of the most seminal landmarks of America's revolutionary…
Experience the diversity of Boston, from Bunker Hill and the Boston Common to the campuses of Harvard and MIT. Walk the Freedom Trail and see Boston…
Experience the best of Boston on a 2-hour guided walking tour. You’ll learn about the city’s history from its earliest days and see the striking…
Discover the highlights of two cities on a full-day tour of Boston and Cambridge, and enjoy an optional Boston Harbor cruise. Visit the university…
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Our tour guide was great and a fountain of knowledge. Witty and informative, he led us at a comfortable pace through the historic sites, answering any and all questions.
We learned a great deal about the history of Boston with a very entertaining commentary delivered by our guide. We saw a variety of interesting sites each with its own story. It was such a cold and windy day that we were almost tempted to cancel the tour but we were so glad that we chose not to. Our guide managed to shelter us from the wind as much as possible and we were enjoying the tour so much that we forgot about the weather!
Our guide provided historic information in a theatric way. We thoroughly enjoyed him and the tour.
+friendly and helpfull guides Explanations in several languages Comfortable van -the starting point was hard to find No visit to MIT
We had a great time during our 90 minute tour. It was packed with information and not just stuff you could read for yourself. Our guide seemed legitimately engaged in telling us the information instead of "acting" or reciting the information which we have seen during more expensive and less intimate tours. So happy we chose a tour run by the Freedom Trail organization. John Handcock's brother was pretty energetic for being around 300 years old, lol!