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Boston Ghosts and Gravestones Tour

Boston Ghosts and Gravestones Tour - Boston, Massachusetts
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$41.95

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.

Step aboard the trolley of the doomed and join your host, a 17th-century grave digger, cursed with a sentence of eternal damnation ... More info ›

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.

Step aboard the trolley of the doomed and join your host, a 17th-century grave digger, cursed with a sentence of eternal damnation. This wretched creature is doomed to travel the streets of Boston and relay the stories of the unfortunate souls he encountered and the macabre events he had been witness to during his purgatory.

Hear about Boston's most sinister characters - from the Angel of Death to the king of all killers - the Boston Strangler. Learn about all the haunts that call the "Hub" their home. But that's not all! Step inside two of the oldest burying grounds in Boston for a walking tour you will never forget. Learn the significance of much of the imagery found in these 17th century burial grounds and the famous and not so famous (but even more interesting) occupants therein.

Visit Copp's Hill Burying Ground in the North End, nestled atop the tallest point in one of Boston's oldest historic districts. Here you will visit the final resting place of Cotton Mather, a man famous for his "intimate" involvement with the Salem Witch Trials. Then to the Granary Burying Ground where you will visit the final resting places of many of the famous heroes of the American Revolution including John Hancock, Paul Revere and Samuel Adams.

Remember that half of the tour is walking, so comfortable shoes are recommended (so you don't become "dead" on your feet)!

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Boston Movie Mile Walking Tour

Boston Movie Mile Walking Tour - Boston, Massachusetts
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$25.00

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!

On this walking tour of Boston, see over 30 movie locations from famous movies and TV shows with your expert guide, a local actor!

  • Visit Boston Common, the park made famous by Ally McBeal
  • Go on location to the street of the car crash in Blown Away
  • Visit one of Jack Nicholson’s mob hangouts from The Departed
  • Take photos at locations featured in Good Will Hunting
  • Take a break at Cheers in Beacon Hill
  • Stop outside the gorgeous brownstone house made famous in Parent Trap
In addition to TV and movie sites, you’ll visit Boston's most notable landmarks, including Boston Public Garden, Massachusetts State House, Brewer Fountain, Park Street Station (America's first subway station) and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument ... More info ›

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!

On this walking tour of Boston, see over 30 movie locations from famous movies and TV shows with your expert guide, a local actor!

  • Visit Boston Common, the park made famous by Ally McBeal
  • Go on location to the street of the car crash in Blown Away
  • Visit one of Jack Nicholson’s mob hangouts from The Departed
  • Take photos at locations featured in Good Will Hunting
  • Take a break at Cheers in Beacon Hill
  • Stop outside the gorgeous brownstone house made famous in Parent Trap
In addition to TV and movie sites, you’ll visit Boston's most notable landmarks, including Boston Public Garden, Massachusetts State House, Brewer Fountain, Park Street Station (America's first subway station) and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument. After your Boston walking tour, you’ll leave feeling like a star! As a good amount of walking is involved, comfortable shoes are recommended.

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The Tour of The Freedom Trail

The Tour of The Freedom Trail - Boston, Massachusetts

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$16.00

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 ... More info ›

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.

Check in 15 minutes prior to tour time. For 10:30 and 11:30 tours, the check in will be located at the Boston Common Visitor Center (139 Tremont St.) For all other tours, the check in will be located at the corner of State and Congress St. directly in front of the Bank of America. Tours will leave promptly at their advertised time, so guests must arrive 15 minutes early to check in. 

The tours follow Boston's famous historical trail. Guests will hear the inspiring stories of the beginnings of the United Sates of America from a real, costumed, and local, historical interpreter.  The tour covers the approximate 1.2 miles of the trail between Faneuil Hall and The Boston Common. 

Tours will take approximately 90 minutes.

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Freedom Trail Private History Tour (2 Hours)

Freedom Trail Private History Tour (2 Hours) - Boston, Massachusetts

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$69.00

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 ... More info ›

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."

Your 2-hour private tour will begin at 10:00 am EST by the Brewer Fountain on Boston Common (1635), in sight of the distinctive golden dome of the Massachusetts State House (1795), the proclaimed "hub of the solar system" and namesake for Hub Town Tours. Boston Common marks the unofficial starting point for the Freedom Trail, which links 16 historic landmarks throughout the City of Boston. (Official trail sites are underlined in this description.)

From Boston Common, your walking tour will travel past Park Street Church (1809); the final resting places of Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, and John Hancock in Granary Burying Ground (1660); King's Chapel (1749) and accompanying burying ground (1630); site of Boston Latin School (1635); the Old Corner Bookstore (1712);  Old South Meeting House (1729); the Old State House (1713) and nearby site of the Boston Massacre (1770).

Along the way, your guide will delve deeply into the stories of diverse colonial Bostonians—Patriot and Loyalist and neutral—who drove the narrative in pre-Revolutionary Boston, as well as detailed discussions of the many contentious events that occurred in this small town from 1761 to 1773. Your tour experience will conclude at Faneuil Hall (original 1742), allowing you a chance to explore the historic "Cradle of Liberty" that still stands beside Quincy Market (1826), the modern-day marketplace and tourist hub of Boston.

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Freedom Trail Private History Tour (3 Hours)

Freedom Trail Private History Tour (3 Hours) - Boston, Massachusetts

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$89.00

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 ... More info ›

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.

Your 3-hour private tour will begin at 1:00 pm EST by the Brewer Fountain on Boston Common (1635), in sight of the distinctive golden dome of the Massachusetts State House (1795), the proclaimed "hub of the solar system." Boston Common marks the unofficial starting point for the Freedom Trail, which links 16 historic landmarks throughout the City of Boston. (Official trail sites are underlined in this description.)

From Boston Common, your walking tour will travel past Park Street Church (1809); the final resting places of Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, and John Hancock in Granary Burying Ground (1660); King's Chapel (1749) and accompanying burying ground (1630); site of Boston Latin School (1635); the Old Corner Bookstore (1712);  Old South Meeting House (1729); the Old State House (1713) and nearby site of the Boston Massacre (1770).

Along the way, your guide will delve deeply into the stories of diverse colonial Bostonians—Patriot and Loyalist and neutral—who drove the narrative in pre-Revolutionary Boston, as well as detailed discussions of the many contentious events that occurred in this small town from 1761 to 1775. The tour will include a brief break at  Faneuil Hall (original 1742), allowing you a chance to explore the historic "Cradle of Liberty" and pause for restrooms, water refills, or perhaps an afternoon ice cream cone.

Upon departing Faneuil Hall, your guide will continue the narrative through the North End, the "Little Italy" of Boston. In addition to countless Italian restaurants and world-famous cannoli, the North End contains the Paul Revere House (1680); the Paul Revere Mall and Statue (1933); and Old North Church (1723). All told, you will visit 12 of the 16 sites along the Freedom Trail while learning about an essential 15-year period in Boston's history—the historic places, animated people, and revolutionary ideas that would help create the United States of America.

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Pizza Tour along Boston's Waterfront

Pizza Tour along Boston's Waterfront - Boston, Massachusetts

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$69.00

Got Pizza? Discover historic Boston slice by delicious slice! We're serving up a tasty, fun and educational walk tour along Boston's harbor and exploring some of Boston's oldest neighborhoods.

Meet your guide near the Tony DeMarco boxers statue.  

From there you will enjoy a leisurely stroll through Downtown Boston, Long Wharf and Charlestown Navy Yard areas, with a scenic round-trip ferry ride across the harbor too!  Enjoy stops at two of Boston's very best pizzerias, including two slices and a drink at each stop ... More info ›

Got Pizza? Discover historic Boston slice by delicious slice! We're serving up a tasty, fun and educational walk tour along Boston's harbor and exploring some of Boston's oldest neighborhoods.

Meet your guide near the Tony DeMarco boxers statue.  

From there you will enjoy a leisurely stroll through Downtown Boston, Long Wharf and Charlestown Navy Yard areas, with a scenic round-trip ferry ride across the harbor too!  Enjoy stops at two of Boston's very best pizzerias, including two slices and a drink at each stop.  Pizzerias rotate daily, and may include slices from a true Neapolitan-style pizzeria or slices at a restaurant owned by a celebrity chef.  

Your tour will conclude near the Tony DeMarco statue with a pizza treat, and a vote for your favorite slice on tour.  See the sights, learn the history and eat pizza!

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