From Fenway Park to Faneuil Hall and from Boston Common to Boston College, Bean Town offers something exciting for every visitor. A modern-day cultural center steeped in U.S. Revolutionary history, Boston offers countless opportunities for fun, education, music and the arts during your tour. Whether you’re wandering the Freedom Trail, visiting the nearby sites of the Battles of Lexington and Concord, or looking out at beautiful Boston Harbor, you’ll find what you’re looking for in this great American city. Grab some clam chowder, pahk the cah in Hahvahd Yahd, and stay a while.
Freedom Trail: Learn about the American Revolution from a character who (almost) saw it firsthand, with a tour of Revolutionary War history from a costumed guide in the role of a real revolutionary. Wander 2.5 miles, stopping to see 16 remarkable sites, including the site of the Boston Massacre and Faneuil Hall. The Freedom Trail offers the next best thing to time travel.
Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower: Visit the town where the Mayflower passengers started their first colony. Plymouth’s Pilgrim Memorial State Park is home to the official – although much debated – Plymouth Rock. Also docked in the park is Mayflower II, an exact replica of the Pilgrims’ ship that once even sailed from England to Plymouth – climb aboard to make your tour bus seem extravagantly spacious.