Boston Day Tours – Curated Activities

Boston Pub Crawl and History Tour

Tourists pose for a picture during a Boston pub crawl.

Does beer make history better? Or does history make beer better? Find out on this pub crawl along the Freedom Trail. A knowledgeable and enthusiastic local guide brings both to life. Option to buy beer as you go or get an all inclusive 4 pours. – by Viator.

Boston Photography Tour

A cobblestone street in Boston surrounded by historic townhouses.

The Freedom Trail, Beacon Hill, Back Bay and Acorn Street, the most photographed street in Boston, are among your stops on this slice of Boston life. You’ll finish at the Boston Public Garden, the first of its kind in America. No need for pricey gear, a smart phone will suffice. – by Viator.

Discover Boston by Bike

Tourists outside of Fenway bike on a bike tour of Boston.

After a careful bike fitting, you will cover the charms of Boston from North End to Back Bay and Fenway to Beacon Hill. The ride along the Charles River is a gorgeous respite from traffic. Finishing in North End will let you stay on and enjoy a cannoli or plate of pasta in this famed Italian neighborhood. – by Viator.

New England in the Fall

Foliage and a cottage in New England during the fall.

Boston Day Tours Highlight: One of our favorite Boston day tours. A fall visit to Boston is not complete without a sojourn to see the autumn leaves. You’ll drive along the Kancamagus Highway to New Hampshire. Enjoy a leisurely visit in North Conway Village before finishing at Mount Washington for amazing views of the White Mountains. – by Viator.

Visit Salem!

The exterior of the Salem witch house.

Boston Day Tours Top Pick: 1692 saw the infamous Witch Trials unfold in the quaint, and spooky, nearby town of Salem. You’ll drive there via private car, learning the full story en route. You’ll meet a modern day witch and enjoy the Peabody museum and Salem Wax Museum of Witches and Seafarers. – by Viator.

Boston has opened and kept open, more turnpikes that lead straight to free thought and free speech and free deeds than any other city of live or dead men.” – Oliver Wendell Holmes

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