Three hour driving tour: the Freedom Trail and beyond for up to six guests
Warm or cold, Boston is a great place to see the sights! Don't let our frigid winter weather keep you cooped-up in your hotel. Allow me to pick you up and show you around in comfort. This fully-narrated driving tour of Boston concentrates on historic sites along the Freedom Trail: the Paul Revere House, Old North Church, USS Constitution, the Bunker Hill Battle and Tea Party sites and a look at significant Boston neighborhoods: Beacon Hill and the Back Bay. You'll hear the stories and be charmed by Boston's history and architecture. The van will be warm and toasty, but you'll have plenty of time to hop out into the cold to take pictures if you like. The tour can be customized to your interests.
This tour will begin at your hotel and take you past the most interesting places in Boston including the Paul Revere House, the USS Constitution, the Bunker Hill Battle Monument, Copley Square and Fenway Park. Along the way you'll see the historic homes and churches of the Back Bay and the South End, Boston's Chinatown, Theatre District and Beacon Hill. You'll hear the stories behind Paul Revere's ride, the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party. You'll see Boston's most prominent buildings and neighborhoods as well as some lesser-known points of interest. This is the best way to see as much of Boston as possible in a brief time and do so at a pace you will enjoy.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your home or hotel, or anyplace you wish to designate
End location: Your meeting location unless otherwise directed
Duration: 3 hours
This tour may be extended to accommodate a break for lunch for an additional fee. Please inquire!
Comfortable minivan with heat and air conditioning as needed. Larger vehicles available for larger groups, please inquire.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1 USD - Nothing required
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Peter was very prompt to pick us up in front of our hotel. His tour was interesting and informative, with additional side stories about details of the History of people, places and events that not only shaped Boston, but our nation. I highly recommend Peter.