This small-group tour of Boston highlights the most prominent sites and attractions in the city. It includes visits to the world’s oldest naval vessel the USS Constitution, the historical Bunker Hill Monument, and a relaxing sightseeing cruise to check out significant historical sites.
Your tour will begin with pick up directly from your hotel or a meeting location in downtown Boston. Your tour will start at the beginning of the famous Freedom Trail at Bunker Hill Monument a 221-foot (67 m) granite monument which commemorates one of the first battles in the American Revolutionary War, fought in 1775.
Following this stop, your guide will take you on a narrated drive through the city passing multiple points of interest including the USS Constitution, the oldest naval vessel still afloat, MIT, to visit The Great Dome, an iconic neoclassical building on campus serving as both a library and lecture hall, Harvard University where you will visit the bronze statue of John Harvard, a founder of the university and the famous baseball stadium, Fenway Park home of the Red Sox and the worlds oldest active MLB park.
Your tour will conclude with a relaxing 90-minute Boston Cruise where you will get a chance to see Boston’s historical sites, including the site of the infamous Boston Tea Party, an American political protest in 1773, all while enjoying a beautiful ride through Boston.
After a full day of adventure, the guide will take you back to your downtown Boston hotel or the initial meeting spot where you can unwind with your memories of the day.