See the best of Boston with this popular tour, and experience the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum. From Beacon Hill to Long Wharf, the Back Bay to Boston Common, Old Town Trolley is the best way to discover Boston. Hop on and off at any of the 20 designated stops.
Receive complimentary admission to the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum OR a 45-minute Boston Harbor Cruise
Create extraordinary memories on the historic Boston Harbor while enjoying an exceptional dinner buffet, live entertainment, an engaging DJ, and unparalleled views of Castle Island, George’s Island, and Boston Light on Little Brewster Island.
Sense the emotion and determination of our forefathers who fought for freedom and independence. Relive the turning point in history that led to the United States' independence and freedom as a nation. Join Sam Adams and his Fellow Patriots in a rendezvous with history!
Make your next Connecticut vacation a masterpiece. This 2-month pass showcases the state’s artistic treasures, from idyllic farms, to art studios, to grand and modern art museums in vibrant downtowns. A US$75 value!
Join this memorable whale-watching adventure from the New England Aquarium and see these magnificent creatures in action. Learn about whale migration, identification, and behavior from marine biologists. Select the combination ticket option to include admission to the aquarium.
From the USS Constitution, to Fenway Park, to the John F. Kennedy Library & Museum, Boston is yours to explore! Learn about one of the United States’ most beloved presidents and more on this 5-hour day tour.
Climb aboard an authentic WWII amphibious-style vehicle and get ready to tour Beantown. Drive by all the places that make Boston the birthplace of freedom. Splash into the Charles River for picture-perfect views of the city.
Learn about one of the most ambitious urban engineering projects in history. Take a group tour along Boston’s downtown streets with an architectural historian to discover the dramatic structural evolution within the last 20 years with the transformation of the city’s highway system.
Learn about one of the most ambitious urban engineering projects in history. Take a private tour along Boston’s downtown streets with an architectural historian to discover the dramatic structural evolution within the last 20 years with the transformation of the city’s highway system.
Known as "America's First Resort," Newport, Rhode Island, is host to yachts, mansions, and millionaires. Visit the 70-room summer home of the Vanderbilts—The Marble House—and wander the newly restored waterfront for great food and numerous shopping opportunities.
From witches and authors to museums and shopping, Salem seeps past and present. Explore the Salem Witch Museum, author Nathaniel Hawthorne’s Custom House, Pickering Wharf, and other American treasures.
Enter a world of sand dunes and salty beaches as you cross the Cape Cod Canal. Visit a memorial to President John F. Kennedy and take a narrated harbor cruise for a view of the Kennedy Compound. Enjoy lunch on your own after the cruise and take time to stroll through the quaint seaside villages.
Includes admission for narrated Hyannis Harbor cruise in Cape Cod
Boston's North Shore communities showcase the unique faces of the New England seacoast—from the sandy beaches of Hampton Beach, New Hampshire; to the rocky coast of York, Maine; to the tree-lined streets of Kennebunk and Kennebunkport, Maine.
Experience more than 370 years of history, tradition, and Yankee ingenuity as you visit sites in Boston, Cambridge, Lexington, and Concord, including: Harvard Square, Lexington Green, the North Bridge, and theUSS Constitution.
Visit another time as you become a part of the pilgrims' 17th-century life. This living museum gives you the chance to find out what their lives were really like as the "pilgrims" on Plimoth Plantation go about their daily tasks and adapt to life in the new world.
Lights, camera, Boston! Explore the city's "Movie Mile" on an interactive walking tour featuring famous locations from well-known movies and television shows such as Good Will Hunting, Cheers, and The Departed.
Though best known for its "tea party" in 1773, Boston Harbor was a busy port for trade and immigration. Today, a walk along the harbor uncovers scenic views and photo opportunities of a luxurious waterfront.
Discover what captivates many people on a visit to Boston's Public Garden, the first botanical garden in America. Create your own "postcards" of Boston on a tour that has historic commentary and fun photo tips for taking artistic photographs.
Wander Beacon Hill's charming streets and brick sidewalks lined with gas lamps. Your guide will tell captivating stories about this 19th century neighborhood and impart creative ways to photograph Beacon Hill's charm.
Wind your way back into colonial times and follow the Freedom Trail into Boston's past. Fascinating commentary reveals how the struggle for independence from British rule led to the American Revolution. Learn how to creatively photograph the actual sites where historic events took place.
This eco-friendly tour is the green way to explore one of the United States' most historical and culturally significant cities. Ride along city streets, bike paths, and through some of Boston's unique neighborhoods.
Cruise the roadways in and around Boston on a late-model Harley-Davidson® or Vespa Scooter. Your ride comes perfectly equipped for touring, including unlimited mileage and a self-guided map for exploring the scenic backroads.
Enjoy a truly memorable and unique Boston experience with a vibrant and festive dining cruise of the Historic Seaport District, complete with delicious food, lively dancing, engaging entertainment, and breathtaking views.
Step aboard the nation's largest passenger-only fast ferry for a 90-minute ride to Provincetown, Cape Cod's northernmost tip. This quaint town is a perfect getaway where you can peruse art galleries, walk along the beach, sit down to a delicious meal, and more!
Famous for its Tea Party and revolutionary battles, the Boston Harbor is a must-see for any Bean Town tourist. Take 90 minutes to cruise the inner and outer harbor while learning about its history and landmarks, including the nation's oldest continuously manned lighthouse.
Salem surprise each visitor with its diverse and eclectic mix of history, art, architecture, entertainment, and culture. Explore The House of Seven Gables, the Peabody Essex Museum, and the Salem Witch Museum, while using the Salem Trolley to get around.
Valid for 3 consecutive days from first day of use
Immerse yourself in the magnificent marine world of the New England Aquarium. Over 70 exhibits feature species from all around the world, from seaturtles to sharks to tropical fishplus a 7-story IMAX® screen!
Entertaining and educational, Plimoth Plantation is a sensory treat and a must see while in the New England area. Enjoy this Smithsonian Affiliate living history museum that includes the Wampanoag Homesite, a 17th-century English village, a craft center, and the Mayflower II.
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