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Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill

Boston, MA

(617) 635-3485


Explore the historic neighborhood of Beacon Hill. This area of town is beautiful, with narrow streets, brick sidewalks lit by gas lights, row houses with beautiful doors and brass knockers, hidden gardens, decorative ironwork throughout, colonial revival homes from the early 20th century and other elements that harken from neighborhoods of the past. Beacon Hill draws plenty of attention for its looks but the neighborhood also offers unique shops and some of the city's best restaurants, along with other businesses and attractions.

Boston By Foot

Boston By Foot

87 Mount Vernon St
Boston, MA 02108   Directions

(617) 367-2345


Boston Duck Tours

Boston Duck Tours

4 Copley Pl
Boston, MA 02116   Directions

(617) 267-3825


See the city from its streets and from the water with Boston Duck Tours. You'll take a ride on the amphibious DUCK vehicle and see important Beantown landmarks like the Boston Common and the Prudential Tower, and then you'll drive straight into the Charles River and see the city skyline from a distance. All the while, you'll have a tour guide telling you all about everything you're seeing.

Boston HarborWalk

Boston HarborWalk

Boston, MA

(617) 482-1722


Experience the Boston HarborWalk to see the best and most significant sights in the city. The HarborWalk will take you on a tour of the town, through waterfront neighborhoods, the downtown district, to East Boston, Charlestown, the North End, South Boston, Dorchester and everything in between. This experience offers the most complete look at Beantown.

Boston Lobster Tour

Boston Lobster Tour

260 Commercial St
Boston, MA 02109   Directions

(617) 892-5053


Head out on a Boston Lobster Tour to fish for lobster and learn about the Boston Harbor. Along with a narrated history of the area, you'll get to see lobsters, sea urchins, star fish, and crabs up close. Bring your camera because your trip on the water offers some pretty great views of the city.

Freedom Trail

Freedom Trail

139 Tremont St
Boston, MA 02118   Directions

(617) 536-4100


Follow the red-brick road, otherwise known as Freedom Trail. The trail stretches 2.5 miles and leads the way to 16 historical sites that are significant to American history. Some of the sites and attractions include the Boston Common, the Old State House, the Bunker Hill Monument, the Paul Revere house and the site of the Boston Massacre.

Ghosts & Gravestones of Boston

Ghosts & Gravestones of Boston

200 Atlantic Ave
Boston, MA 02110   Directions

(617) 908-8230


Beantown is one of the nation's oldest cities, and one that's home to a lot of history. So when you embark on an adventure with Ghosts & Gravestones of Boston, it's no wonder that there are plenty of supernatural stories to be told. Your guides dress to make the tour come to life and their antics will make walking through 400-year-old burial grounds all the more spooky. Prepare for a frightful and fulfilling journey through Boston learning about some of the most sinister people and events that have left their mark on the city.

Massachusetts State House

Massachusetts State House

24 Beacon St
Boston, MA 02133   Directions

(617) 722-2000


Like many of the buildings in Boston, the Massachusetts State House serves as an embodiment of the city's important history. The state's capitol building, built in 1798, resides on land that once belonged to John Hancock. You'll recognize the building easily because of its 23-karat gold dome roof. You can see the State House while you're strolling down Freedom Trail, or you can opt for an in-depth tour of it's interior attractions.

New England Aquarium Whale Watch

New England Aquarium Whale Watch

1 Central Wharf
Boston, MA 02110   Directions

(617) 973-5206


Set sail to see some of nature's most regal creatures on a New England Aquarium Whale Watch expedition. This tour will take you onto the waters east of Boston aboard a high-speed catamaran, and on your excursion you'll see humpback, finback, minke, and pilot whales, along with dolphins and other marine life.

Old Town Trolley Tours

Old Town Trolley Tours

200 Atlantic Ave
Boston, MA 02110   Directions

(617) 269-7010


Ride through Boston on an adventure with Old Town Trolley Tours. The company will take you through the city on a trolley to see the most significant places and attractions like Beacon Hill, Harvard, Bunker Hill, and the State House. You'll be able to see and experience everything at your own pace on this hop on, hop off tour.

Samuel Adams Brewery

Samuel Adams Brewery

30 Germania St
Boston, MA 02130   Directions

(617) 368-5080


Samuel Adams isn't just an important name in American history, it's also an important name in American beer. Visit the Samuel Adams Brewery to see how one of our country's most famous beers is made. You'll learn about the brewing process from start to finish, taste the malts used for beer making, smell the hops used for the brew, and taste the final product as well.

Spirit of Boston

Spirit of Boston

200 Seaport Blvd
Boston, MA 02210   Directions

(866) 310-2469


There's not much that could be more romantic than a date on the water. Plan your next date night with a Spirit of Boston sunset dinner cruise on the beautiful Boston Harbor. As you dine on a buffet of sumptuous foods you'll enjoy taking in the view of the city from the luxury ship; after dinner you'll have plenty of opportunities to get close with drinks and dancing. For an extra romantic moment, toast to your love while experiencing the view from the ship's outdoor deck.

Trinity Church Boston

Trinity Church Boston

206 Clarendon St
Boston, MA 02116   Directions

(617) 536-0944


If your Christian faith is something near and dear to you, or if you have a love for beautiful and historic architecture, then you must tour the Trinity Church Boston. This Episcopal church and architectural attraction was built in the late 1800s and the American Institute of Architects considers it to be one of the “Ten Most Significant Buildings in the United States”. Intricate stained glass windows, elaborate murals, and dramatic architectural features are all elements of this gorgeous landmark building.

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