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Boston Seafood Lovers Food & History Walking Tour

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Boston, US
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Embark on a culinary adventure through the vibrant streets of Boston with the Seafood Lovers Food & History Walking Tour. Indulge in the iconic seafood dishes that have made Boston a favorite among foodies, with sit-down stops at three renowned seafood restaurants. Savor award-winning "Chowdah," delectable raw bar items like shrimp and oysters, and feast on a full-size lobster roll. As you explore, immerse yourself in the city's rich history and culture by visiting three Freedom Trail sites, including the historic Paul Revere House. Take in the sights of Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market, where you can sample the diverse culinary delights of this international food hall. End your journey on a sweet note with a complimentary cannoli from a famous North End bakery. Don't miss out on this tantalizing experience and book your Boston Seafood Lovers Food & History Walking Tour today!

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Suitable for 1-12 Participants
  • Small Group Tour, Private Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Taste iconic Seafood dishes in Boston
  • Sit-down stops at three Seafood restaurants
  • Try Award-Winning "Chowdah" and Raw Bar items
  • Indulge in a full-size Lobster Roll
  • Finish with FREE Cannoli from a famous bakery
  • Stop for fresh oyster and shrimp at a local raw bar
  • Finish your delicious tour with a treat from a famous north end bakery!
  • Visit long wharf, the oldest commercial port in the city
  • Sample a 2-time winner of boston's "chowderfest"
  • Walk along the waterfront for scenic views of boston harbor
  • 2.5-hour boston seafood lovers food & history walking tour
  • Enjoy a full size lobster roll and chips at a fun restaurant located along boston's freedom trail.
  • See sites along the freedom trail including old state house, faneuil hall and paul revere house
  • Gratuity/tip

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Introduction

The Boston Seafood Lovers Food & History Walking Tour offers a delectable experience through the heart of Boston, where you can savor the iconic seafood dishes that have made this city a favorite among seafood enthusiasts. This captivating tour takes you on a culinary journey, with sit-down stops at three renowned seafood restaurants. Indulge in the flavors of award-winning "Chowdah", delectable raw bar items brimming with succulent shrimp and oysters, and a scrumptious full-size lobster roll. As you immerse yourself in the seafood extravaganza, enjoy delightful surprises along the way, including a mouthwatering free cannoli from a famous North End bakery.

What to expect?

During this captivating tour, you can expect a total duration of 150 minutes filled with incredible seafood delights. The journey begins in the historic North End of Boston, where you'll meet your knowledgeable tour guide at Modern Pastry Underground. As you embark on this flavorful adventure, you'll also have the opportunity to explore three famous Freedom Trail sites, including the historic Paul Revere House, where you'll hear intriguing stories about the American Revolutionary hero. Additionally, you'll discover the oldest section of Boston's oldest neighborhood at North Square and learn about the first settlers who arrived in 1630. Prepare your taste buds for further excitement as you stroll through Faneuil Hall Marketplace, known as the "Cradle of Liberty," and immerse yourself in the sights, smells, and flavors of Quincy Market, a food hall with a rich history.

Who is this for?

The Boston Seafood Lovers Food & History Walking Tour caters to all seafood enthusiasts, whether you're a local Bostonian or a visitor exploring the city. This tour welcomes anyone who wants to delve into the culinary delights that have made Boston a seafood haven. Whether you're a seasoned foodie seeking to explore the local seafood scene or a traveler looking for an authentic taste of Boston's history and culture, this tour promises a delightful experience for all.

Why book this?

Immerse yourself in a flavorful adventure that combines delicious seafood tastings with a captivating exploration of Boston's iconic historical landmarks. This tour not only offers a delectable array of seafood dishes but also provides an opportunity to discover the rich history and culture of this vibrant city. From the oldest home in downtown Boston, the Paul Revere House, to the renowned Faneuil Hall Marketplace and Quincy Market, you'll experience the essence of Boston's past. With a knowledgeable tour guide leading the way, you'll gain fascinating insights into the city's heritage and the stories behind its famous landmarks. It's the perfect blend of culinary indulgence and historical immersion, making it a truly unique and unforgettable experience.

Good to know

During this tour, it is important to note that the meeting point is Modern Pastry Underground in Boston's historic North End. Please don't wait in line at the pastry shop, simply walk right in and head downstairs to meet your tour guide. The tour duration is approximately 150 minutes, ensuring you have ample time to savor the seafood delights and explore the historical sites. This tour also offers other inclusions, which will be further detailed upon booking. To enhance your experience, it is recommended to wear comfortable shoes and clothing suitable for walking.

Reviews

Customers who have embarked on the Boston Seafood Lovers Food & History Walking Tour have been thrilled with their experience. They commend the tour for offering a perfect balance of incredible seafood tastings and intriguing historical insights. Travelers appreciate the knowledgeable tour guides who provide fascinating stories about Boston's landmarks and make the journey even more captivating. The stops at renowned seafood restaurants and the surprise cannoli from a famous North End bakery receive rave reviews for their delectable flavors. Overall, customers express immense satisfaction with the tour, considering it a delightful and immersive experience in both culinary and historical aspects.

How long before the event do I need to book?

  • You can book at any time before the event

Vouchers accepted in the following formats

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Is an adult required for the booking?

  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

The Paul Revere House

(Pass by)

The Paul Revere house is the oldest home in downtown Boston, and dates to 1680. Hear stories of this famous Revolutionary hero and his 16 children!

North Square Park

North Square is the oldest section of Boston's oldest neighborhood. Listen to the stories of the first settlers in 1630.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

(Pass by)

Fanueil Hall dates to 1742, and is known as the "Cradle of Liberty". Learn about Peter Faneuil, and what creature sits atop this historic building.

Quincy Market

Quincy Market was built in 1823, and was used for food wholesalers for 150 years. Take in the sights, smells and food samples of this international food hall.

Old State House

Boston's Old State house is the oldest building East of the Mississippi river. See the circle of cobble stones out-front which commemorates the Boston Massacre.

Reviews

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Wanderer787207

The tour was a lot of fun and the food was awesome! Dan is a great tour guide. Knowledgeable and entertaining and concerned that we were enjoying ourselves. He even threw in a couple of extra stops since everyone was there early! I highly recommend!

Marko_J

Different places is ok for this kind of foodtour in city of Boston. Lobsters are great in every restaurants during tour!

C9785UUlaurab

We had a great experience on this walking food tour. Our guide was excellent! He was funny and informative. We have already used some of his recommendations for the rest of our visit to Boston. Would highly recommend this tour.

Tammy_M

Shy on history, but the clam chowder rocked! If you really want a history tour, you might be disappointed. The history on this tour was pretty much what we learn in school. The food, however, was good and the tour guide was great.

Rebecca L

What a fun, and tasty, tour! There was only one other couple, so it felt more like a private tour. We had a little extra time, so our guide, Dan (? I'm not 100% sure, sorry!), took us on a little bonus tour to a graveyard, making funny puns and observances along the way. When it was time to eat he took us to three different places for clam chowder, fresh oysters and shrimp, and concluding with delicious lobster rolls. Before we wrapped up he ran to the bakery we met at and brought us some wonderful cannoli back. It was a great tour and we'll surely do another one again if we make it back to Boston!

129frederickw

We enjoyed the whole experience. Dan, our guide, was witty yet very interesting. He tailored the tour to account for the unseasonably hot day. For seafoodies, this tour is special.

Sanglier1

We booked the seafood tour at 8am, and by 11am we were at the Modern Pastry Shop with Dan and our fellow foodies. Dan was a great guide - knowledgeable, friendly and thoughtful, and it was more like a conversation with someone who knew the city and all its culinary charms. As Brits, we also learned a lot about the history of the area (spoiler: the Brits beat the other Brits) and how Paul Revere benefited from some retrospective PR (not quite the hero that the poem implies). Our favourite food was the lobster roll at the White Bull Inn - opt for the roll with hot buttered lobster - though the cannoli from the Modern Pastry Shop was a close second. The Sail Loft is also worth going back to after you’ve had a cheeky clam chowder on the tour. A really satisfying morning, though you’ll need to do some extra walking to offset the calorie overload.

Eleata_M

Dan was a great guide! Lots of laughs. The food was delicious! The stops to eat were in a great order.Great sampling of Boston!

Megan_B

Was not a big fan of this tour. It seemed very generic and geared towards tourists which I know sounds silly. It was just not our jam. Some of the food was in a mall where the guide got a kick back and the portions weren’t what we were expecting. The clam chowder was good. It was the most expensive experience we did and I definitely wouldn’t do it again.

Roam25109336255

Dan was the best guide, we had a small group which was amazing. The food and tour was fantastic, I highly recommend this trip for anyone looking to explore Boston while finding the best gems for food along the way !
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