Dive into periodic times! It is a nostalgic tour spanning two hours, taking tourists through America's early history. This walking tour covers Boston’s Freedom Trail and a few other signature landmarks, like the Faneuil Hall, New and Old State Houses, Boston Massacre setting, Modern John Hancock Tower, Boston Common, and Copley Square.
Don’t worry! The walking trail will cover all the historical landmarks, and along the way, you will notice Quincy Market, Boston Public Garden, Swan Boats, Victorian Brownstones, and more. The tour starts in the morning as an expert guide takes you through the sites while explaining the history and importance behind each site. The first site along the route after Beantown architecture is the Faneuil Hall. After covering the State Houses, you will be visiting the Boston Massacre site of 1770. Walk past the Old Corner Bookstore and the King’s Chapel before moving on to downtown attractions. The downtown area is filled with modern skyscrapers, and as you walk past these tall structures, the old Boston appears with Boston Common, Public Garden, and the smallest suspension bridge of the world. Next, you will pass the John Hancock Tower, the Public Library, and towards the end, the Trinity Church. If you wish to add some memories, you can buy a ceremonial pass to visit the Boston Marathon’s finish line. The tour ends at Copley Square.
It is a long walking trail, and it is suitable only for able tourists. Children can be a part of this tour but should come along with a parent. The tour is just for 25 or fewer people so that the guide can give equal importance to every participant. Learn about the Boston weather to dress accordingly. Pick-up and drop facilities are not a part of this itinerary. The participants are expected to meet the tour guide at the stipulated destination at 10 am. So, explore Boston in all its glory! Book this trip today!