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BOSTON TOURS - BOSTON TOUR - BOSTON TOURS

Boston ToursBoston Tours - When visiting a new city for the first time, it is easy to feel overwhelmed and lost. When the city is rebuilding and has construction zones set up all around, it can make it difficult to find your way. It is always a good idea to take at least one guided tour. You can explore Boston by foot, amphibious landing vehicles, a trolley or by water. No matter how you decided to explore, you will be sure to see Boston and get a better idea of how to get around yourself.

If you love the outside and feel like you get to see more when you are walking, Boston offers Walking Tours. You can visit major historic sites and famous spots in Boston. You can choose between a specialized tour to say Boston Commons or an overall city tour. The nice thing is you can just show up and take the tour. If you like, you can tour the Freedom Trail by foot. Here you visit all the major historic stops along the trail. The tour guides give the tour in costume from the correct century and do their best to make you feel like you are stepping back in time. Of course touring by foot means you need to have the weather on your side.

The Duck Boat Tours can be a blast for you and your whole family. This tour leaves from two locations, the Museum of Science and the Prudential Center in Boston. This tour is a little different than most tours, since you get to view Boston and all the historic sites and must sees in an amphibious landing vehicle on land. Then the tours takes a turn for the Charles River and you enter the river in the same vehicle. You get a new view on the city. They offer discounts for seniors, students, military, and children.

The Beantown Trolley offers tours in a trolley around Boston . The tour usually lasts about two hours and if you are willing to spend a little extra time you can take the tour where they stop to shop and eat. It is all depends on how much time you are looking to spend on a tour. These tours run daily and offer you chance to see Boston without having to walk around. They offer a few different types of discounts. The Beantown Trolley is open daily except major holidays.

The Boston Adventure company offers a new outlook on what Boston has to offer. You can learn your way through Boston by doing a Scavenger Hunts, you can do this by foot, limo or horse drawn carriage. Or take a Whale Watching Tour, or visit all the best drinking locations in Boston by taking the Pub Crawl Tour. You may not see all must sightseeing locations but you are sure to have a good time.

Walking Tours of Boston
www.bostonbyfoot.com

Freedom Trail
Telephone: 617-242-5642
3 miles long

Duck Boat Tours
Pick up at Museum of Science and Prudential Center
Telephone: 671-267-DUCK

Beantown Trolley
Theater District
Telephone: 781-986-6100
Email: info@brushhiltours.com

Boston Adventures Inc.
Telephone: 617-430-1900
Email: info@bostonadventures.com

 

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