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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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Boston Haunted Running Tour

Boston Haunted Running Tour - Boston, Massachusetts

Duration: 90 minutes
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$22.00

Boston's Haunted Running Tour!  Get ready for a light night workout and hear Boston's haunted past! 

Where will we run? 
We start off across the street from the Union Oyster House, one of Kennedy's favorite haunts, and run our way through the revolution, the Boston Common running by pirates and witches through Beacon Hill's cobbles stoned gas lit streets and more.  The tour will cover ghosts of authors, presidents, pirates, murder's and the revolution.  

Can anyone run?
Yes, it's a light run covering 5k run, 3.1 miles, in 90 minutes with 13 spooky stops along the way.   Expect run, or jog.

Is it ok for kids?
Yes, as long as they can keep up with the running.  

What to wear?  
Check the weather.  We run rain or shine, hot and cold.  Dress appropriately.  


We start at the New England Holocaust Memorial and weaving our way through old Boston, the Boston Common, Beacon Hill and Bay Village.  We will stop at 13 locations.  We will be covering Boston's haunted past along with stories of murder, pirates and witches.  Also along the way we will learn about Boston's historical, and somewhat dark, past.  The tour ends at the Boylston T station stop.  Prepare yourself for a night of fun, exercise a few frights along the way.  

No meals or water are provided.  Please feel free to carry water or drinks for the tour.  

The Tour will last for 90 minutes, give our take a few minutes, and will be 3.1 miles in length. 

Is it for joggers?  Yes, we will be jogging and it's suitable for joggers of all levels.  


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Boston's Haunted Running Tour!  Get ready for a light night workout and hear Boston's haunted past! 

Where will we run? 
We start off across the street from the Union Oyster House, one of Kennedy's favorite haunts, and run our way through the revolution, the Boston Common running by pirates and witches through Beacon Hill's cobbles stoned gas lit streets and more.  The tour will cover ghosts of authors, presidents, pirates, murder's and the revolution.  

Can anyone run?
Yes, it's a light run covering 5k run, 3.1 miles, in 90 minutes with 13 spooky stops along the way.   Expect run, or jog.

Is it ok for kids?
Yes, as long as they can keep up with the running.  

What to wear?  
Check the weather.  We run rain or shine, hot and cold.  Dress appropriately.  


We start at the New England Holocaust Memorial and weaving our way through old Boston, the Boston Common, Beacon Hill and Bay Village.  We will stop at 13 locations.  We will be covering Boston's haunted past along with stories of murder, pirates and witches.  Also along the way we will learn about Boston's historical, and somewhat dark, past.  The tour ends at the Boylston T station stop.  Prepare yourself for a night of fun, exercise a few frights along the way.  

No meals or water are provided.  Please feel free to carry water or drinks for the tour.  

The Tour will last for 90 minutes, give our take a few minutes, and will be 3.1 miles in length. 

Is it for joggers?  Yes, we will be jogging and it's suitable for joggers of all levels.  


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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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Boston Bowling & Bites Small Group Tour with Local

Boston Bowling & Bites Small Group Tour with Local - Boston, Massachusetts

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$59.00

Enjoy Boston at its finest and join us across the harbor for an East Boston experience you will always remember.  Ride along the oldest subway line in the USA, eat your way through the best bakeries, shops and restaurants AND bowl the old-fashioned way or play a game of billiards with your local guide and some local East Bostonians too. Immerse yourself in this truly diverse immigrant neighborhood and without another tourist in sight, you’ll have it all to yourself!

Fasten your seatbelts for an unforgettable time in East Boston ... More info ›

Enjoy Boston at its finest and join us across the harbor for an East Boston experience you will always remember.  Ride along the oldest subway line in the USA, eat your way through the best bakeries, shops and restaurants AND bowl the old-fashioned way or play a game of billiards with your local guide and some local East Bostonians too. Immerse yourself in this truly diverse immigrant neighborhood and without another tourist in sight, you’ll have it all to yourself!

Fasten your seatbelts for an unforgettable time in East Boston. Join us for a truly local experience as you discover what’s going on over on the other side of the harbor. Your tour begins at the Aquarium “T” Station on Boston Harbor’s Long Wharf.  Take in views across the harbor at East Boston before we head underground to the Blue Line T Station.  Your guide will help you navigate the modern system as you get on the train and travel under the Harbor through the oldest subway tunnel in the country, (in fact, it’s the third oldest in the world, dating all the way back to 1904!).  If time allows, we will get out at the Maverick T Station to tell you more about the subway project. 

Back on the train, we’ll travel just one more stop to the Airport T Station.  Enjoy the local scene at Bremen Street Park, and your guide will lead you through the park and into the heart of East Boston.  As we walk, you’ll see shops and restaurants reflecting the diversity of the East Boston residents.  You can travel around the world in East Boston without ever having to leave the neighborhood! 

Next, it’s time for bowling Boston-style, with candle-pin bowling.  Before hitting the lanes, you’ll have the option to pick up a beverage to bring over to this classic neighborhood bowling alley which encourages you to BYOB.  Built in 1950, this bowling alley hasn’t changed much, with manual scoring, gravity-powered ball return and wood paneling completing the retro atmosphere.  After bowling a few frames, you’ll come to love this New England pastime.  If bowling isn’t available, we’ll make our way over to one of the neighborhood billiards halls where we’ll have a chance to play a game of pool together.  When you grab a beer, enjoy the music and chat with the locals at the pool table, to really get a feel for what this neighborhood is all about. 

The evening continues as you walk down Meridian Street, taking in some murals depicting the history and influence of immigration in East Boston. We will continue to Maverick Square, where we will enjoy a snack or two along the way.  You’ll discover the best variety of food in all of Boston concentrated in this area, from Colombian bakeries, to Italian sandwich shops, Mexican taquerias, El Salvadorian cafes and Chinese restaurants, the choices are endless! 

Your tour concludes at the heart of East Boston - Maverick Square.  Ask your guide for the best dinner recommendations and continue the fun or make your way back to Downtown with the feeling that you’ve experienced Boston at its realest.

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Bowling, Bites, & Boat Ride Small Group Tour

Bowling, Bites, & Boat Ride Small Group Tour - Boston, Massachusetts

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Boston, Massachusetts

From USD
$99.00

Enjoy Boston at its finest and join us across the harbor for an East Boston experience you will always remember.  Ride along the oldest subway line in the USA, eat your way through the bakeries, shops, and restaurants, bowl the old-fashioned way or play a game of billiards, enjoy the best waterfront in the city, and take in amazing views of the skyline during a ride on a water taxi. Immerse yourself in this truly diverse immigrant neighborhood that most tourists don't know about, with a local by your side!

Fasten your seatbelts for an unforgettable time in East Boston ... More info ›

Enjoy Boston at its finest and join us across the harbor for an East Boston experience you will always remember.  Ride along the oldest subway line in the USA, eat your way through the bakeries, shops, and restaurants, bowl the old-fashioned way or play a game of billiards, enjoy the best waterfront in the city, and take in amazing views of the skyline during a ride on a water taxi. Immerse yourself in this truly diverse immigrant neighborhood that most tourists don't know about, with a local by your side!

Fasten your seatbelts for an unforgettable time in East Boston. The tour begins at the Aquarium “T” Station on Boston Harbor’s Long Wharf.  Take in views across the harbor at East Boston before we head underground to the Blue Line T Station.  Your guide will help you navigate the modern system as you get on the train and travel under the Harbor through the oldest subway tunnel in the country. If time allows, we will get out at the Maverick T Station to tell you more about the subway project. 

Back on the train, we’ll travel to just one more stop - the Airport T Station. Enjoy the local scene at Bremen Street Park and your guide will lead you through the park and into the heart of East Boston. As we walk, you’ll see shops and restaurants reflecting the diversity of the East Boston residents. You can travel around the world in East Boston without ever having to leave the neighborhood! 

Next, it’s time for bowling Boston-style, with candle-pin bowling. Before hitting the lanes, you’ll have the option to pick up a beverage to bring over to this classic neighborhood bowling alley which encourages you to BYOB.  Built in 1950, this bowling alley hasn’t changed much, with manual scoring, gravity-powered ball return and wood paneling completing the retro atmosphere. If bowling isn’t available, we’ll make our way over to one of the neighborhood billiards halls where we’ll have a chance to play a game of pool together.  When you grab a beer, enjoy the music and chat with the locals at the pool table, to really get a feel for what this neighborhood is all about.   

The evening continues as you walk down Meridian Street, taking in some murals depicting the history and influence of immigration in East Boston. We will continue to Maverick Square, where we will enjoy a snack or two along the way.  You’ll discover the best variety of food in all of Boston concentrated in this area, from Colombian bakeries, to Italian sandwich shops, Mexican taquerias, El Salvadorian cafes and Chinese restaurants, the choices are endless! 

Next, we head to the waterfront.  Views of the skyline will appear and at certain times of the year, you’ll have a chance to catch an amazing sunset.  If time allows, and on certain days of the week, we’ll continue walking through the neighborhood and then along the water through a picturesque park and into the Boston Shipyard.  Here you’ll see some creative public art and a chance to visit a local cider house for a tasting.  One final bite or two of delicious East Boston food might also be in the mix. 

Finally, we call the water taxi to bring us back across the Harbor.  Get your cameras ready for some of the best views of Boston from the water.  From the boat, your guide will point out the must-see neighborhoods and landmarks that make Boston special.   Take it all in and enjoy the Harbor in style as you cruise back into Long Wharf. 

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