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Boston Duck Tour: The Original and World-Famous

1. Boston Duck Tour: The Original and World-Famous

Make a splash on an 80-minute “Duck” tour of Boston and see the city from the land and water on one non-stop journey. Climb aboard your World War II-style amphibious landing vehicle at the Museum of Science or Prudential Center, and set off to discover unique neighborhoods. You will be welcomed on board by one of the legendary “ConDUCKtors®” who will narrate your tour and tell you about Boston as the birthplace of freedom and place of “firsts.” Travel by the golden-domed State House to Bunker Hill, and continue to Boston Common and Copley Square. Hear about the “Big Dig,” and marvel at fashionable Newbury Street. Go to historic Quincy Market, and more. As the best of Boston unfolds, your “ConDUCKtor®” will give you lots of little-known facts and interesting insights into the heritage of the city. Then, just when you think you've seen it all, it's time for a splash into the Charles River. Enjoy views of Boston and Cambridge that you won't get anywhere else. All tours feature a fun, informative local guide. In addition, foreign language tours depart every half hour from the Museum of Science location. These tours utilize cutting-edge GPS technology to offer tours in Spanish, German, French, Mandarin, Japanese, Italian, Portuguese (Brazilian dialect), Cantonese and Korean, at no additional cost to you. If you require this multilingual commentary, be sure to choose the option from the Museum of Science.

Boston: Freedom Trail Self-Guided Tour

2. Boston: Freedom Trail Self-Guided Tour

Embark on an adventure through the United States' history and discover fascinating stories about Colonial America and the Revolutionary War. On this self-guided tour, led by GPS, explore Boston’s Freedom Trail at your own pace and learn about this fascinating period of history. Begin the experience in the center of the city at Boston Common. Hear stories about the common’s history and how the first settlers founded the city. Next stop is Massachusetts State House followed by the 54th Regiment Memorial where you’ll learn about the Civil War. Continue to Park Street Church and discover the importance of this landmark, then find out about the iconic figures buried at the Granary Burying Ground. Arrive at the Latin School next, one of the city’s most notable attractions due to its impressive alumni. From here, reach the Old South Meeting, built in 1729, then explore the Boston Massacre site and hear about the incident that occurred here. Faneuil Hall, the Holocaust Memorial, Haymarket, Paul Revere House, Old North Church, and Copp’s Hill Burying Ground, make up the last leg of the tour, which ends at the Bunker Hill Monument.

Boston: Self-Guided Freedom Trail Walking Audio Tour w/ App

3. Boston: Self-Guided Freedom Trail Walking Audio Tour w/ App

Discover Boston's Revolutionary history on a Freedom Trail self-guided audio walking tour with an app. Explore historic downtown Boston, the North End, and Charlestown all at your own pace and without the crowds. Simply press start and follow the arrow on the app to find your next stop, listening to professional narration along your way. Head off on a historical adventure through Boston's colorful past with this self-guided tour of the Freedom Trail. Start by walking through downtown Boston and see the Old State House, Faneuil Hall, Sam Adams grave, Old South, and much more. Then, continue by following the directions on your app to Boston's North End. See Paul Revere's House, Copp's Hill Burial Ground, Old North, and more to truly get a flavor of what this part of the city has to offer. Carry on to Charlestown to see Bunker Hill, the USS Constitution, and more. Best of all, take the tour anytime, at your own pace, and on your own schedule. This tour never expires on your downloaded app, so you can take it as many times as you like.

Boston Movie Mile Walking Tour

4. Boston Movie Mile Walking Tour

Bring your favorite films to life on this interactive walking tour of the Boston Movie Mile. Home to a plethora of movie blockbusters and TV shows, this is an informative and fun tour of some of the most exclusive locations in Boston. Led by a local actor, this walking tour is all about bringing your favorite dramas to life. Sit on the famous park bench from Good Will Hunting and have a drink at the original Cheers. See where Jack Nicholson hangs out in The Departed, and the encounter the street of the famous car crash in Blown Away. These are the ultimate photograph locations in Boston! You will get insider information on the secrets behind the filming of Fever Pitch, Legally Blonde, Mystic River and other famous movies. Meet at the Boston Common Visitor Center on 148 Tremont Street for 90 minutes of fun, trivia and movie madness!

Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure: Boston Harbor

5. Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure: Boston Harbor

Looking for a way to turn Boston Harbor area into a giant game board?  Come experience an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the "Amazing Race" with a three-hour sightseeing tour of the Harbor area. Guided from any smart phone, make your way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Your Boston Harbor amazing scavenger hunt adventure will begin at a serene labyrinth on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway and take you to historic wharves and parks with outdoor art. You'll be introduced to a small herd of seals, and view scenic harbor vistas. The game route will have you strolling down the Greenway and exploring historic harbor sites including the location of the Boston Tea Party, as the game shows you some of the best sights and hidden gems of the city. Using a smartphone as “the guide” allows participants to start when they want and determine their own pace of play. Stop for lunch along the wharf or take a stroll on one of the shaded trails of the park… why not, it’s your schedule! Offered at a fixed price for a group vs. per person pricing, this city tour/game offers a great value to those on a budget.

Boston: Underground Railroad Audio App Self-Guided Tour

6. Boston: Underground Railroad Audio App Self-Guided Tour

Explore the rich and sometimes dark history behind Beacon Hill's Underground Railroad on a self-guided walking tour using an audio-guided app. See the old hidden alley where slave catchers once chased runaways. Visit the stops on the underground railroad where runaway slaves hid and hear the stories of the brave souls that risked their lives to keep them safe. Start the tour at the iconic Charles Street meeting house, the building that Harriet Tubman, Fredrick Douglas, and many abolitionist leaders gave powerful speeches to end slavery. End the tour at the African Meeting house, a historic site in Boston that is often overlooked by tours. Follow your app's GPS that navigates you step by step through Beacon Hill and shares the stories with you as you walk. Feel like you have a personal tour guide with you every step of the way, only it's on your phone and you move at your own pace, stopping whenever you like.

Boston: Historical City Center Exploration Game

7. Boston: Historical City Center Exploration Game

Imagine you’re a professional record-setter who aims to be the first in everything you do, but how do you become the first at everything? Simple. You race to be the first person to visit every "first" in a country, a feat you can only accomplish in one place - Boston. As you solve challenges, the story unfolds and exact directions on your phone will guide you to the next location. Up for a fun challenge? Start at Boston’s Public Library. The game will take you around 1.5 hours to complete and you can also explore at your own pace: pause the game and resume anytime from the location where you paused it. You will finish at the Union Oyster House. After your booking, you will receive an email on how to download the game to your phone. You can play on your own, in a large group or in several smaller groups that compete against each other and meet at the final stop of the game. For larger groups, one person can purchase access for the entire group by selecting the number of people in the group. All group members will be able to download and play the city game on their phone. Alternatively, each person can make their own purchase.

Salem: Witch Trials Self-Guided Walking Tour and Quiz

8. Salem: Witch Trials Self-Guided Walking Tour and Quiz

Learn about the sobering history of Salem at your own pace on a self-guided walking tour. Hear the history of the Salem Witch Trials, visit the Old Burying Point, and find Salem's haunted buildings. Before beginning your tour, download the Action Tour Guide app on your phone to allow easy offline access. Head to the Salem Armory to get started. From there, walk to the 1692 Memorial, which honors the victims of the witch panic. Next, head to the Old Burying Point, the final resting place not only for many of the trials’ victims but also for their persecutors. Walk among the graves and hear the tragic, heroic tale of Giles Corey and others who paid the ultimate price when they refused to go along with the madness. Continue your tour with some of Salem’s spookiest architecture, the Joshua Ward House and the Old Town Hall. Learn about the Old Town Hall's secret tunnels, which still exist today. Head to the old jailhouse, where some say the spirits of the confined and tortured innocents remain. Continue through town and spot landmarks featured in Hollywood hits like Hocus Pocus and Bewitched. Next, pass the Witch Museum and learn how the witch trials ended. Finish your tour at the Salem Common and discover the aftermath of the trials and how the town of Salem recovered. As you follow the tour, there are plenty of optional detours available, from Nathaniel Hawthorne’s house to a tavern infamous for 18th-century kidnappings.

Harvard Yard: The Mysterious Porcelain Club Exploration Game

9. Harvard Yard: The Mysterious Porcelain Club Exploration Game

Explore the Harvard Yard in a unique way with an exploration game downloaded on your smartphone. Discover mysterious clues, solve puzzles, and use logic to lead you to the next destination. See Boston's iconic locations, tease your brain, and have a little fun. Begin the game at Harvard Square by opening the application on your phone. The tour takes between 1.5 and 2 hours, but feel free to explore at your own pace. Pause the game and resume anytime from your last visited location. Solve challenges and allow the story to unfold in front of you. Follow the exact directions and get the next code to crack. Find yourself exploring the Widener Library, pondering the statue of John Harvard, and learning the truth of The Statue of Three Lies. Figure out who keeps stealing the chair of the president of The Harvard Crimson and finish the tour at Harvard Lampoon Building. Play on your own, in a small group, or divide all your friends into groups and compete against each other. Try something new and go on an adventure in Boston.

Cambridge: Harvard and MIT Guided Walking Tour

10. Cambridge: Harvard and MIT Guided Walking Tour

Enjoy a guided walking tour of the two most prestigious American universities, Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Discover the history of both of these important institutions as you stroll through the school grounds witnessing significant landmarks and hearing anecdotes. Start your adventure by meeting your guide at the Harvard Coop. Stroll through the famous Harvard yard and listen to riveting stories of mischief, invention, extreme wealth, celebrities, pranks, war heroics, and tragedy. Hop aboard the "T", the oldest subway system in America that is still used to this day. Venture to MIT before exploring the campus grounds. Hear of the age-old rivalry between the two schools and learn about the various achievements of its many high-profile alumni. During the tour, see the Johnston Gate, the John Harvard Statue, Widener Memorial Library, Memorial Church, Memorial Hall, Harvard Law School, Holden Chapel, Kendall Square, Koch Center, Wiesner Building/MIT Media Lab, Infinite Corridor/Mr. Smith, The Great Dome/Killian Court, and more. Conclude your tour at Killian Court. This tour is ideal for families exploring the possibility of attending these schools and tourists with a curiosity for the history of these storied institutions.

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Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 14 reviews

Despite the heavy rain as we arrived and boarded the staff were helpful and knowledgable. Luckily, the rain stopped and the sun came out just before we started so up went the plastic windows. Our guide, Chef Wolfgang Duck, was a natural entertainer and conveyed his knowledge of Boston’s history in a humorous and enjoyable manner.

First time for my 2 adult kids plus another adult from out of state. I learned so much more about Boston. Our guide was welcoming & so knowledgeable. The driver did a great job navigating our Duck Boat on the city streets & in the water. A great experience that I would highly recommend to everyone!

Great tour. Tour guide was full of knowledge and quite entertaining. Highly recommend!

Had a blast great way to see the city and get some history.

Great Time. Very informative about our nations history.