$25 apiece to hear a trolley guide race through history as the trolley doesn't even slow down enough for us to take pictures, let alone stop at the sites. We were told by the lady selling tickets at the museum that they strongly advise us to stay on the trolley as it would be 1 1/2 hours before another would come along, but we could go back on our own after the tour (wow, thanks a lot). So, we got to take blurry pictures of the Lexington/Concord sites as they whizzed past us and the only time we were allowed off the trolley was at The Old North Bridge and after a brief narration were scolded to hurry up and get back on the trolley. Geesh! She was nice, but we couldn't get a question in, for the fast spiel...AND she solicited tips at the end of the "tour." We saw plenty of other tour buses stopped with the customers outside taking pictures at the historical sites along the way...but not us! We wished we would've bought an audio tape and drove it ourselves and SAVED a lot of money! At least we could've rewound it when we couldn't understand something. We highly recommend buying a CD tour or some other kind of audio recording and driving it yourself at your own pace.
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