See the highlights of Boston & Cambridge in 2.5 hours
A 2. 5 - 3 hour version of my city driving sightseeing tour of Boston for up to 6 people. This overview covers most of the highlights of Boston, Cambridge & Charlestown without all the long stops and walking.
Take a step back into history, experience our Puritan roots and Boston's role in the American Revolution. See the many sights along the historic Freedom Trail and the luxury homes in Beacon Hill. Enjoy the beauty of the upscale Victorian Back Bay and go across the river to Cambridge, home of some of the world's finest institutions of higher education.
The tour includes short stops for pictures. All of my tours are very flexible and may be customized.
Please check with me prior to booking to confirm a particular date's availability. Although I try to keep the calendar as accurate as possible, sometimes things come up, especially if last minute.
The itinerary will vary based on pick-up location but will include:
•Charlestown Navy Yard home of the U. S. S. Constitution
•Bunker Hill Monument
•Old North Church
•The North End (Little Italy)
•Paul Revere's house
•Boston Massacre site
•The Old State House
•TD Garden - home to the Bruins & Celtics
•Beacon Hill/Louisburg Square & picturesque Acorn Street
•TV's "Cheers Bar"
•Boston Marathon Finish Line
•Fenway Park - home to the Red Sox
•M. I. T.
•Plus many more
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you at any Boston hotel or public transit stop or the Black Falcon Cruise terminal.
End location: Return to pick up location or other drop off location along the route.
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
Traffic and weather may affect actual tour times
2014 Ford Transit Connect (small van) with front to back sunroof and large windows! Seating for six guests without luggage. With Luggage, only 4 guests.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 US dollars - Refreshments and souveniers
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We loved our tour with Neal! We had to condense a 6 hour tour into 3 hours and Neal did a great job of showing us all the sites of interest in Boston. He gave us excellent tips on what to do with our afternoon on our own and recommended a wonderful restaurant for dinner.