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  • Boston: Walking Tour of Freedom Trail History

    1. Boston: Walking Tour of Freedom Trail History

    Learn about the tumultuous 15-year period that culminated in the American Revolution on this small-group walking tour. As you walk through Boston, you’ll follow the footsteps of colonial Bostonians, all of whom grappled with the difficult question of loyalty or rebellion to crown and country. Start your walking tour at the Old State House, where you’ll meet your guide. From there, walk along the Freedom Trail. As you walk, your guide will explain the significance of landmarks such as the Granary Burying Ground, King's Chapel, Old South Meeting House, the Boston Massacre site, Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, and the Paul Revere House. Your walking tour will conclude in Boston's historic North End. Say goodbye to your guide and tour group at the famed Midnight Rider statue of Paul Revere beside the Old North Church, approximately 1 mile from where the tour began.

    Julia is an AMAZING tour guide! She was extremely informative and interesting to listen to. She spoke clearly and loud enough for all to hear. She provided an educational and entertaining tour. We loved her and the tour. We highly recommend her! Thank you, Jules/Jewels!

  • Boston: 2.5-Hour Freedom Trail Walking Tour

    2. Boston: 2.5-Hour Freedom Trail Walking Tour

    See all 16 of Boston's Iconic Freedom Trail sites in a single 2.5-hour tour with an experienced guide. Learn about icons like Paul Revere and John Hancock, along with lesser-known stories of women, African Americans, and immigrant patriots and pioneers. Discover tales of rebels, gangs, and Midnight Riders, with a few cheap dad jokes for good measure. Gain an understanding of Boston's role in the American Revolution and how the city became a pioneer in the fields of abolition, American education, and immigration. Start your tour opposite the Massachusetts State House and finish in the North End with the best view of the Charlestown Freedom Trail sites. Along the way, experience the explosive events of the American Revolution like the Boston Tea Party and the Boston Massacre in the places they happened.

    This tour was really great. Our tour guide, Mark, was outstanding. He was full of information and delivered it in a way that was fun, funny, and entertaining. I enjoyed this tour so much I would do it again! Highly recommend

  • Boston: Historic After Dark Ghosts and Spirits Tour

    3. Boston: Historic After Dark Ghosts and Spirits Tour

    Embark on a unique after-dark tour and explore downtown Boston’s most haunted hotspots. Discover both the paranormal and historical worlds of each carefully selected tour site and listen to researched, authentic, and up-to-date accounts that ensure you have the best, most chilling experience possible. Highlights of the tour include: Omni Parker House Haunted by its first owner and other notable ghostly guests, the Omni Parker House is considered Boston’s most haunted location. One room in particular has caused so much trouble, terror, and grief that the hotel was eventually forced to convert it into a storage room, lest they risk another guest suffering from a grisly night’s stay in the cursed room. What could possibly drive a hotel to permanently retire an otherwise perfectly good guest room? Discover the details on our tour. Boston Common

    Cute little tour. Don't expect to hear anything too scary, just more of some odd history around Boston.

  • Boston: North End to the Freedom Trail - Food & History Tour

    4. Boston: North End to the Freedom Trail - Food & History Tour

    Take a walk at Boston Harbor through a scenic park, with views of East Boston and the historic wharfs lining Atlantic Avenue. Head to North End and visit a small, hidden Italian bakery serving up fresh bread daily, then an Italian salumeria for meats and cheeses. On Hanover Street, enjoy a hot drink during a mid-tour break at a traditional Italian café. A taste of pizza awaits at a neighborhood favorite. Finish with samples of the best Italian pastries. Head to the Rose Kennedy Greenway, State Street and the historic Custom House Tower, then onto the famous Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market. Stop in front of the Old State House (the site of the Boston Massacre) before hitting Old City Hall. Check out the State House, too. Continue through Beacon Hill, where you’ll have a chance to see Boston’s red-brick row houses. Finally, you’ll arrive at the beautiful Boston Public Garden.

    Our guide Janet was awesome. She was energetic, inclusive, and a true local. She came with 40 years of travel industry experience which you could tell translated into her knowing how to handle a group of strangers thru the streets.

  • Boston: Revolutionary Story Walking Tour

    5. Boston: Revolutionary Story Walking Tour

    Take a walk through Boston's history on this small group, half-day walking tour. Explore the city's most popular locations, famous landmarks, and oldest neighborhoods. Meet your expert guide at City Hall Plaza. You will then navigate the crooked streets learning about dramatic world-changing events that led to the revolution.  See historic landmarks where events such as the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill, and the Midnight Ride of Paul Revere occurred. As you walk around, you will begin to connect these moments and landmarks together, following the story from the settling of Boston to the declaration of independence. This tour is designed for the curious visitor who wants to do more than just scratch the surface. Your tour will end at Christopher Columbus Park, where you can continue to explore Boston at your own pace.

    This tour was awesome! Mike, our tour guide, was very knowledgeable and detailed about the history of Boston, and all the landmarks we visited. Mike told us about the prominent Bostonians in the American Revolution, and the tour highlighted the history. I highly recommend this tour if you have never been to Boston, or if you are a history buff.

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What people are saying about King's Chapel Burying Ground

Julia is an AMAZING tour guide! She was extremely informative and interesting to listen to. She spoke clearly and loud enough for all to hear. She provided an educational and entertaining tour. We loved her and the tour. We highly recommend her! Thank you, Jules/Jewels!

Our guide Janet was awesome. She was energetic, inclusive, and a true local. She came with 40 years of travel industry experience which you could tell translated into her knowing how to handle a group of strangers thru the streets.

Caitlin is a very nice person, she knows a lot about the Boston History and is very good at sharing her knowledge. She is funny and really available. I definitely recommend her for a historal guided tour of Boston

Got things mixed up on start and ending points but by calling Daniel he got us caught up and things went smooth. Caitlin was very knowledgeable and did a great job of keeping us together.

The app was easy to use. The.food was good. The history information was good. Janet was great. It was an amazing value, and there was a little something for everyone in our group.