Even when you think that you’ve seen everything there is to see, you can always find something new to do in Boston. One of the oldest cities in the United States—and definitely one of the most walkable—this town has so many interesting areas to explore whether you’ve lived here your whole life or are only visiting for a few days. Discover downtown’s most photographic spots, taste the flavours of Somerville, or take in the skyline from the water with these top 10 Boston tours!
#1 – Walk the Freedom Trail
The Freedom Trail is Boston’s must-do walking tour. Travel back in time as you explore the places and learn about the people who made Boston–and our nation–what it is today. See Faneuil Hall, the Old & New State House, Old Granary Cemetery, the Boston Common, and more, on this walking tour of the Freedom Trail.
#2 – Snap some amazing photos of Boston’s Beacon Hill
Boston is full of photo moments, from the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill to the gorgeous floral displays in the Public Gardens (not to mention those adorable ducks!). Learn how to capture Boston’s best side in every shot on a PhotoWalks tour. This tour will take you to the best spots for that super Instagram shot as well as educating you on how to get a picture-perfect moment every time.
#3 – Take a stroll through the North End
The oldest part of the city, the North End is full of rich history and long-kept secrets. Explore its landmarks, like the Old North Church and Paul Revere’s House, while also learning about the founding of Boston on this two-hour walking tour.
#4 – Cruise Boston Harbor on a classic yacht
See Boston from it’s beautiful and historic harbor abroad the Northern Lights, a classically styled yacht, modelled after England’s popular steam ship circa the 1920s. This premium vessels has two levels of decks, offering plenty of views over the harbor. Looking to spice up your night? Check out their Sunday night Jazz cruise.
#6 – Visit Boston’s movie locations
Want to see all of Boston’s best cinematic haunts? Check out this Movie Mile walking tour. Travel on a storytelling trip around Boston’s most famous locations with knowledgable guides who’ll tell you what movies were made where–and how they’re intertwined with Boston’s history. You’ll see the bench from Good Will Hunting, get a drink at the original Cheers, and see where Jack Nicholson’s mob hung out in The Departed.
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