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Salem High-Speed Ferry

Salem High-Speed Ferry - Boston, Massachusetts
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Duration: 60 minutes
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$25.00

Make the most of your time in Boston or Salem with this high-speed ferry service. Travel in speed and style aboard a comfortable catamaran with your one-way or round-trip ticket, letting you visit two of Massachusetts’ most famous and historic stops ... More info ›

Make the most of your time in Boston or Salem with this high-speed ferry service. Travel in speed and style aboard a comfortable catamaran with your one-way or round-trip ticket, letting you visit two of Massachusetts’ most famous and historic stops. This swift boat ride is the best and fastest way to get you where you want to go!

Why settle for one great Massachusetts-city when you can experience two? With your one-way or round-trip ticket, take the high-speed ferry between Salem and Boston to experience two of the state’s most historic cities. Admire rich landscapes dotted with beautiful homes, fishing boats, and lighthouses as you’re whisked away to Salem or Boston, depending on your departure location. With twin diesel engines that propel you at a top speed of 33 knots, you’ll arrive at your destination in under an hour.

This 149-passenger vessel features a comfortable indoor-lounge and outdoor lower and upper decks, where you can admire picturesque views and feel the refreshing wind on your face.

The on-board galley offers a variety of breakfast and lunch items such as sandwiches, snacks, hot dogs and pretzels, as well as beverages such as coffee, sodas, juice, sports drinks, beer, wine and top-shelf cocktails. Three restrooms are available for your convenience.

Once in Salem, you'll be in walking distance to some of the city's best attractions such as the House of Seven Gables and the Peabody Essex Museum.

In Boston, it's an easy stride from the dock to the New England Aquarium, the Old North Church, Quincy Market and much more.

2017 Ferry from Boston:
9:30am- Daily
11:45am- Daily
2:30pm- Daily
5:30pm- Daily
8:00pm- Sunday - Friday, except May 28 and September 3
9:00pm- Saturdays, plus May 28 and September 3

2017 Ferry from Salem:
7:00am- Monday - Friday
8:00am- Saturdays, Sundays, May 29, July 4, September 4
10:30am- Daily
1:00pm- Daily
4:00pm- Daily
7:00pm- Sunday - Friday, except May 28 and September 3
8:00pm- Saturdays, plus May 28 and September 3

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Boston's North End and Waterfront Walking Tour

Boston's North End and Waterfront Walking Tour  - Boston, Massachusetts
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$35.00

See the oldest part of Boston on this guided, 2-hour walking tour. Stroll through the North End, the city's Italian neighborhood and oldest residential community, then explore the vibrant Downtown Waterfront ... More info ›

See the oldest part of Boston on this guided, 2-hour walking tour. Stroll through the North End, the city's Italian neighborhood and oldest residential community, then explore the vibrant Downtown Waterfront. Admire the beautiful architecture and charming atmosphere of this historic city. See the Paul Revere House and legendary Old North Church on Boston's popular Freedom Trail, plus Boston Harbor, the USS Constitution, and much more.

This historic, 2-hour walking tour begins at the corner of State and Congress Streets at 3pm, across the street from the Old State House. Meet and greet the tour guide and follow along with the rest of the group into the streets of Boston. 

Begin at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market. Walk through the Blackstone Block Historic District en route to the New England Holocaust Memorial. Look through the windows of the Union Oyster House, America's oldest restaurant, and the Bell in Hand Tavern, America's oldest tavern.

On the way to the North End, stop at Haymarket, Boston's centuries-old outdoor market. Then see all of Beantown's best Italian restaurants in 'Little Italy.' Visit the Old North Church and the Paul Revere House, two of the most historic buildings in Boston. Then, walk along Boston Harbor and get a glimpse of the USS Constitution, also known as 'Old Ironsides,' the legendary, indestructible warship. 

The tour concludes near the North End’s most popular attractions, restaurants, and points of interest for further exploring afterwards, if desired.

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Newport Mansions at Christmas: The Breakers and Marble House

Newport Mansions at Christmas: The Breakers and Marble House - Boston, Massachusetts
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Duration: 9 hours
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$99.00

This holiday season, gilded mansions, million-dollar yachts, evergreen trees and beautiful coastal views await you on this day trip from Boston to Newport, Rhode Island. Tour this fabulous New England resort destination with your knowledgeable guide to see the grand homes of the famous Vanderbilt family, The Breakers and Marble House, both marvelously adorned with Christmas lights and decorations ... More info ›

This holiday season, gilded mansions, million-dollar yachts, evergreen trees and beautiful coastal views await you on this day trip from Boston to Newport, Rhode Island. Tour this fabulous New England resort destination with your knowledgeable guide to see the grand homes of the famous Vanderbilt family, The Breakers and Marble House, both marvelously adorned with Christmas lights and decorations. Travel along famous Ocean Drive (10-Mile Drive) and enjoy free time to shop and soak up the festive atmosphere. This is a delightful way to experience New England in the winter!

After meeting at Park Plaza or being picked up from your select downtown Boston hotel, your guide will take you by air-conditioned coach to Newport, located 1.5 hours away. This New England city has been known for decades as a popular vacation resort for the rich and famous, and is truly a dazzling sight during the holidays.

Enter The Breakers, a 70-room mansion on 11 acres (4.5 hectares) of oceanfront land. Learn how this was the vacation home of Cornelius Vanderbilt II of the famous Vanderbilts, a 19th-century American family who rose to social nobility due to their enormous success in the railroad and shipping industry. Have your camera ready as you admire the elaborate holiday decorations of this opulent palace -- the grandest of Newport's summer 'cottages' of the New York elite.
You’ll have 2 hours of free time to grab lunch, browse local shops for last-minute holiday gifts, and sip a cup of cocoa on a stroll along the waterfront. Afterward, continue your tour to William K Vanderbilt’s vacation home, Marble House, a 19th-century mansion made of white marble. Observe the stately exterior and be amazed by the house's elaborate Christmas decorations as you tour the lavish interior. This gilded mansion is said to have been inspired by the 18th-century Petit Trianon at Versailles. Your guide will explain how William carried on his family’s fortune to become the richest man in the world by the time of his death in 1877.
After your tour, sit back and relax as you drive along Ocean Drive (10-Mile Drive) and admire the spectacular views of mansions and coves dusted with snow before returning to Boston.

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Boston Freedom Trail to Copley Square Walking Tour

Boston Freedom Trail to Copley Square Walking Tour - Boston, Massachusetts
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Duration: 2 hours
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$35.00

Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of Boston on this guided, 2-hour walking tour. Travel through Downtown Boston on the popular Freedom Trail, featuring many of the locations of historical significance to the United States including Boston Common and the State House ... More info ›

Enjoy the vibrant atmosphere of Boston on this guided, 2-hour walking tour. Travel through Downtown Boston on the popular Freedom Trail, featuring many of the locations of historical significance to the United States including Boston Common and the State House. We will see where the Boston aristocracy lives on Beacon Hill on our way to the Public Garden and Back Bay.  See the Victorian brownstone homes and Copley Square in the Back Bay neighborhood. You'll see Cheers, Newbury Street and Commonwealth Avenue on our way to the Boston Marathon Finish Line.

At 10am, meet and greet the tour guide outside of 28 State Street, located across from the Old State House. Follow the guide to begin this 2-hour walking tour of Boston.

Start the tour on the Freedom Trail, visiting Faneuil Hall, the Old and New State Houses, The Old Granary Cemetery and the Boston Massacre Site. See the Old City Hall, along with the Old Corner Bookstore and King's Chapel. Stroll through downtown en route to Boston Common and climb to the start of Beacon Hill, where the Boston aristocracy lives.

We pass by the Frog Pond and enter the Boston Public Garden. Admire the stunning swan boats as they sail under the world's smallest suspension bridge and see where all the exterior shots for "Cheers" were filmed as we stroll through Back Bay.

Continue on to the John Hancock Tower, the Boston Public Library, and Trinity Church. Then cross the finish line at the Boston Marathon site and enjoy the beauty and charm of Copley Square, where the tour concludes.

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Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II and Plimoth Grist Mill

Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II and Plimoth Grist Mill - Boston, Massachusetts
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$28.00

Take a journey back in time to experience the lives of the Pilgrims and Wampanoag tribe in colonial America. Located in Plymouth, Massachusetts, near Boston, the Plimoth Plantation is a living museum that features three outdoor exhibits: Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II, and Plimoth Grist Mill, all within a short drive from one another ... More info ›

Take a journey back in time to experience the lives of the Pilgrims and Wampanoag tribe in colonial America. Located in Plymouth, Massachusetts, near Boston, the Plimoth Plantation is a living museum that features three outdoor exhibits: Plimoth Plantation, Mayflower II, and Plimoth Grist Mill, all within a short drive from one another. Choose how many of the museums you want to visit; each offers an educational experience about the history of this New England colony.

Mayflower II is unavailable as it is away for preservation until May 2019.

Plimoth Plantation is a roughly one-hour drive from Boston. You can choose to visit one, two or all three exhibits mentioned below. See Pricing for admission details.

Plimoth Plantation
Plimoth Plantation is the centerpiece of the outdoor museum, with a 17th-Century English village, Wampanog homesite, craft center, Nye Barn and visitor's center. All are located on the same property.

At the 17th-Century English village, travel back to the year 1627! Costumed actors answer questions in character, and inform guests of the Pilgrims difficult beginnings in the colony. See live demos on blacksmithing, farming and cooking in the village.

Next to the Village, you’ll find the Wampanoag Homesite and meet people who explain the history and culture of the Wampanoag people.

Contemporary artisans share 17th-century techniques for making tools, native and colonial clothing, and furniture at the Craft Center. Nye Barn gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the plantation’s rare heritage breeds of sheep, cows and goats.

Mayflower II is unavailable as it is away for preservation until May 2019
Head to the waterfront to see Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower II, a detailed reproduction of the ship that the English colonists sailed to Plymouth. Walk about the ship and meet historical characters who describe living conditions on the journey across the Atlantic Ocean. See the passengers’ cramped quarters, peer into the hold where the goods were stored, and compare the spacious Master’s cabin to the confined sailors’ accommodations.

Plimoth Grist Mill
A short walk from the Mayflower II takes you to the Plimoth Grist Mill, where you’ll see the grist (corn grinding) mill for the Plymouth Colony. For more than a decade, the Pilgrims ground their corn by hand, until the colony constructed this water-powered mill on Town Brook. The mill is a reproduction of the colonist’s mill; many parts were salvaged from an early 1800s mill near Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The mill still operates twice a week and visitors are welcome to watch the process.

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Cruise Boston Harbor on our 67 Foot Tall Ship Schooner

Cruise Boston Harbor on our 67 Foot Tall Ship Schooner - Boston, Massachusetts
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Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$32.00

Come aboard the "little sister" of our tall ship fleet, the 67-foot  Liberty Star and take a trip back in time  You'll be charmed by our fleet from the moment you set foot on board.  With a maximum passenger count of 35 you can easily find your favorite spot on deck from which to enjoy the Boston Harbor skyline and settle in for a relaxing sail to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, or use some muscle and haul up sails and maybe even take the helm!  Perhaps you'd like to sing a shanty or two with the crew? You will gain a whole new perspective of Boston on this unique sailing experience. Talk about photo ops!  This is an ideal way to get out on the water for 1.5 hours.  Day sails and sunset sails are amongst the offerings on the Liberty Star or unleash your inner pirate and come aboard the 125 foot Liberty Clipper for the Saturday evening Rum & Revelry Cruise ... More info ›

Come aboard the "little sister" of our tall ship fleet, the 67-foot  Liberty Star and take a trip back in time  You'll be charmed by our fleet from the moment you set foot on board.  With a maximum passenger count of 35 you can easily find your favorite spot on deck from which to enjoy the Boston Harbor skyline and settle in for a relaxing sail to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, or use some muscle and haul up sails and maybe even take the helm!  Perhaps you'd like to sing a shanty or two with the crew? You will gain a whole new perspective of Boston on this unique sailing experience. Talk about photo ops!  This is an ideal way to get out on the water for 1.5 hours.  Day sails and sunset sails are amongst the offerings on the Liberty Star or unleash your inner pirate and come aboard the 125 foot Liberty Clipper for the Saturday evening Rum & Revelry Cruise. Also check for Special Events.

You can find the Liberty Star by Central Wharf next to the New England Aquarium in Boston Harbor.  Sailing times vary as we offer a wide variety of experiences so be sure to check the product list. 

Once all passengers are aboard, we'll point the ship into the wind.  At this point you can sit back and relax or ... flex some muscle!  Feel free to hoist the sails - grab the line and help us HAUL AWAY to raise the main sail, fore sail, and jib!  You'll get to experience a little of what it is like to sail a traditional schooner with everything operated by hand.  An experienced captain and crew will tend the sails while you enjoy beautiful views of Boston Harbor.  Depending on the direction of the wind, we might sail toward the outer harbor and you'll get a look at Fort Independence, watch planes taking off or landing right over our masts from Logan International Airport, and view the Boston Harbor Islands.  Or we might head over by East Boston, visit the Charlestown Navy Yard - home to the USS Constitution, and glimpse the white steeple of Old North Church in one of Boston's oldest neighborhoods, the North End.  Once the Liberty Star has you nice and relaxed, the crew will tie up again where the trip began and we hope your energy is restored for further city exploration.  

For harbor sails and sunset sails, drinks and snacks can be purchased on board and a bar is set up as well.   It can get breezy out on the water (remember how you wanted to relax and cool off?) so it is helpful to bring a light sweater or jacket (some Liberty Fleet merchandise is available for sale onboard), as well as sunscreen.  And yes, there are bathrooms (called 'heads' on ships!) below deck!

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