We will start our tour at the Lenox hotel in the heart of the Back Bay neighborhood, and will end at historic Faneuil Hall where there are endless places to eat and explore after the tour. Not only will we visit the famous Boston Freedom Trail, but also hidden treasures not covered on other tours The Back Bay - Explore one of Boston's most famous neighborhoods. Home to some of Boston's most beautiful buildings such as the Boston Public Library and the Trinity Church. Boston Public Garden - Visit the beautiful gardens, and say hello to the Swan Boats, and the Make Way for Ducklings statues! If you come during the right time of year, they may even be donning some accessories! Boston Common - Bask in the freedom of the oldest city park in the United States. Cheers Bar - Where everybody knows your name. Beacon Hill - Walk down some of Boston's most historic streets. Complete with original brick and gas lanterns (you can thank some friendly 20th-century neighborhood rioters for those bricks). State House - The State House is about as impressive as the political debates going on inside...we think, they honestly only open it for 3 occasions (spoiler alert, you'll learn when on your tour). Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market - If you're looking for everything Boston has to offer in one spot, then you will not want to miss this stop.
My name is Ira, and I have been a tour guide in the city of Boston for 24 years. While originally from Los Angeles, I have become a true Bostonian (and yes, I do mean like a Matt Damon status Bostonian), and want to share my love and passion for this city with you. On this tour, you will see Boston as it stands today, but you will also see Boston for what it used to be; a pioneer of America's history.
We will be walking all around the great city of Boston. Along the way, as you look at the city that stands today, I will show you historical photos of the exact spots you are standing on. Be prepared to experience Boston the way you never could imagine.
10月20日 星期日 從09:00到11:30。
Depending on group pace, and time at our halfway break, the tour runs between 2 1/2 and 3 hours. Unlike some other walking tours, I try to cover as much of Boston as possible. The walk is not fast paced, but we do cover about three miles. Wear comfortable shoes. Private Tours Can Be Arrange
Walk Your Way Through Boston's History