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Private Walking Tour from Boston to Beacon Hill Freedom Trail Harborwalk

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Experience the best of Boston with a private walking tour from Beacon Hill to the Freedom Trail and Harborwalk. Discover the fascinating history of this iconic city, from the founding days to the American Revolution. Explore the charming streets of Beacon Hill, visit the historic sites along the Freedom Trail, and enjoy breathtaking views of Boston Bay. Your experienced guide will tailor the tour to your preferences, ensuring an unforgettable experience. Don't miss out on this immersive journey through Boston's rich past and vibrant present.

About this experience

  • Free Cancellation For a full refund cancel at least before the start of your booking
  • 3 hours
  • Suitable for 1-12 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Step-by-step exploration of Boston's history
  • Discovering secret gardens of Beacon Hill
  • Seeing important sites along the Freedom Trail
  • Strolling around Quincy Market and trying lobster roll
  • Enjoying magnificent view of Boston Bay
  • - Fees and taxes
  • - Visit adapted to your wishes and your pace
  • - Visit the most important sites of Beacon Hill, Freedom Trail, North End, Harborwalk
  • - Accompaniment of an experienced guide, specialist of the destination
  • - Local guide services for 3 hours
  • - Transportation (this is a walking tour)
  • - Museum visits are not planned

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Introduction

Welcome to the ultimate Boston walking tour experience! Embark on a Private Walking Tour from Boston to Beacon Hill Freedom Trail Harborwalk and dive deep into the rich history and vibrant culture of this iconic city.

What to expect?

Get ready to uncover the hidden gems of Boston as you wander through the charming streets of Beacon Hill, tracing the steps of the city's earliest settlers. Explore the renowned Freedom Trail, visit historic sites like the Boston Massacre site, and soak in the breathtaking views of Boston Bay. With a knowledgeable guide by your side, you'll gain a newfound appreciation for Boston's captivating past and present.

Who is this for?

This tour is perfect for history buffs, culture enthusiasts, and anyone looking to discover the heart and soul of Boston. Whether you're a solo traveler, a couple seeking a romantic adventure, or a family eager to explore together, this tour caters to all who crave an authentic and immersive experience in the city.

Why book this?

Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of Boston while exploring its most iconic landmarks and hidden treasures. With a private guide leading the way, you'll enjoy a personalized tour tailored to your interests and pace. From the picturesque streets of Beacon Hill to the bustling Quincy Market, this tour promises an unforgettable journey filled with captivating stories and memorable moments.

Good to know

As a walking tour, be prepared to stroll through the city's historic neighborhoods and iconic sites. Wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather to ensure a pleasant and enjoyable experience. Your experienced guide will provide insightful commentary and insider tips, making this tour both educational and entertaining.

Reviews

Travelers rave about the Private Walking Tour from Boston to Beacon Hill Freedom Trail Harborwalk, praising the knowledgeable guides, immersive storytelling, and unforgettable sights. Many guests highlight the personalized nature of the tour, allowing them to explore Boston at their own pace and uncover hidden gems along the way. Don't miss out on this unforgettable journey through the heart of Boston!

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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Your Itinerary

Boston Public Garden

(Pass by)

The Public Garden is part of the Emerald Necklace - this green ribbon is made up of 6 parks. The famous ducklings of the Public Garden and other attractions.

Boston Common

Learn unexpected facts about the oldest public park in the United States (1634). The park is part of the Emerald Necklace – this green ribbon is made up of 6 parks. We will stop at Telegraph Hill – the historic hill associated with the founding of the city. The park has witnessed great moments in American history. It is home to several monuments such as the Boston Massacre Memorial, the Great Elm Tree, and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument. This is where Boston's famous Freedom Trail begins.

Beacon Street

You can admire sumptuous residences which belonged to the most distinguished families of the city and the aristocracy of New England.

Acorn Street

(Pass by)

This charming alley is the most photographed in the neighborhood.

Louisburg Square

(Pass by)

This part of Beacon Hill is one of the most chic in Boston and, with its park and elegant houses, it is one of the most prestigious addresses.

Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Boston, and of course the most English. The houses were built in the 19th century by Boston architects to recall London. Its name means “the hill of the lighthouse”; in the 17th century, a lantern was installed at its summit to notify residents in the event of an attack. Explore the mysteries of Boston's Brahmins, lavender glasses and the secret gardens of Beacon Hill, the city's oldest neighborhood.

Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th Regiment Memorial

(Pass by)

A bronze bas-relief – a great work of art executed by the sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens.

Massachusetts State House

It is a true architectural gem. Built at the end of the 18th century by the American architect Bullfinch, this golden-domed building, in Federal style, dominates Beacon Hill.

Old City Hall

Old City Hall 1865, a beautiful French Second Empire style building (Napoleon III style, like the Garnier Opera in Paris). Boston's Old City Hall hosted its city council from 1865 to 1969.

Old Corner Bookstore

(Pass by)

Old Corner Bookstore, Built in 1718, the Old Corner Bookstore is located in the oldest commercial building in downtown Boston. This 19th century publishing house published multiple famous American classics.

Old South Meeting House

Built in 1729, this former Puritan church was a gathering place for nearly three centuries.

Old State House

Old State House, 1713, surrounded by modern buildings, seems frozen in time. On July 18, 1776, the text of the United States Declaration of Independence was read from this balcony.

Boston Massacre Site

It was in front of this public building that a squadron of the British army opened fire and killed five Bostonians in 1770. This incident was called the Boston Massacre.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

(Pass by)

1741: The Cradle of Liberty, a beautiful historic building with a golden weathervane in the shape of a huge grasshopper. This grasshopper became Boston's first and most famous symbol.

Quincy Market

Quincy Market, 1824, a former market, today a Food Court, an alley filled with stalls and shops, a true architectural gem.

Union Oyster House

(Pass by)

Oldest restaurant in the United States (1826) located in a historic building (1704). The future king of France, Louis-Philippe, lived in this house in a modest apartment on the second floor.

Blackstone Block Historic District

(Pass by)

Behind the Bostonian hotel, there are several old pedestrian streets. Blackstone block is on the National List of Historic Places.

North End

The North End, literally the northern district, is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Boston.

Old North Church & Historic Site

(Pass by)

The first church in the North End was built on this site in 1650. Throughout the colonial period, it was the most influential church in the Northeast and a stronghold of the Puritan faith.

The Paul Revere House

(Pass by)

The Paul Revere House, 1676 – one of the last vestiges of the colonial era. The famous revolutionary lived there from the 1780s to 1800s.

Paul Revere Statue

The historic pedestrian space honoring the famous Midnight Ride (1775)

Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park

(Pass by)

After you are immersed in history, we will continue our excursion to Boston Harbor to breathe the sea air and enjoy the best views.

Boston Harborwalk

Visiting Boston Harbor is an unforgettable experience. The promenade offers a magnificent view of the bay and the harbour. Let's enjoy the view and history as we end our tour here.

Reviews

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SENGA14

Captivating tour of Boston following the Freedom Trail. Maria immersed us in the historical context of the creation of the United States with the influential personalities, monuments, and places where it all began: The Spirit of America Lots of anecdotes and an excellent chronology Truly a pause in the history of Boston Always ready to answer questions, I recommend our guide

NorthStar625929

Very well organized visit! Our guide had a very extensive knowledge of American history in general, and of the American Revolution in particular. Lots of anecdotes and nice little addresses too, I had a great time

julietten714

I learned a lot about the Freedom Trail thanks to Maria who revealed unexpected historical anecdotes. Thank you again for this enriching visit! Boston Home takes note!
Collected by Evendo, Tripadvisor & Viator
2024-05-24 23:07