Boston’s Most Popular Tours and Excursions
It’s no secret that Boston is full of history, however it isn’t just textbooks that can allow you to learn about the great city. Whether a local or a tourist, Boston is full of dozens of differed tours and excursions that allow you to explore the historical sights of the city, learn about the modern city you’ve come to love, and experience the city like you never have before. While the list of different tourism activities is seemingly endless, these are a few of the post popular tours and excursions in Boston.
Exploring by land and sea, Boston’s Duck Boast sightseeing is easily a favorite among tourists, however many locals also enjoy playing tourist for a day to take in the stunning view of Boston, learning about the history as you travel from Boston Common down the Charles River.
If you’re looking for a more low-key adventure, then this is for you! A ferry ride boasts views of the shoreline as you cruise along the coast of Boston, you will soon find yourself immersed in Martha’s Vineyard where you can enjoy a full day of sea breezes and perfectly blended wines.
Whale watching is easily a favorite excursion in any coastal town, with Boston being no exception. You can bask in the brilliance of humpback and fin whales, dolphins as well as other local wildlife found in the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary.
Explore the dark past of Boston with this guided tour of some of Boston’s most haunted locations. Visiting burying grounds, and learning about the cities dark past, your “trolley of the doomed” is sure to give you both an adrenaline rush as well as a new appreciation of the city.
What many argue as one of the most iconic pieces of Boston’s history, the Boston Tea Party Museum and ships let you explore the event that led to the American Revolution. Admission to the museum and ships also comes with a tour, where you can learn facts about the history of the event and so much more.
Calling all history buffs! Walk the streets of Boston in a small intimate group of travelers where you guide, also referred to as a storyteller, shares the history of Boston while walking you through some of the most iconic sites including the Freedom Trail. In addition to learning about Boston’s beginnings, you can also enjoy fun facts about the city you see today.
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