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from $97.00*
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6,097 reviews
We had a very entertaining tour captain in Ray Beez, who mixed humour with historical insight and recommendations regarding where to eat and shop, in navigating one of the best tours we experienced throughout the US.
Tour guide is a happy person with humor We shouted « quack quack » everytime we pass by the same duck tours We learned a lot from our tour History People behind it Around downtown Excellent
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from $47.15*
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1,301 reviews
We did 1 day with CityView Trolley Tours - 24 dollars including the boat- So amazing and fun- totally worth it - jump off and enjoy the different area- have lunch in little Italy:) So amazing value for money high...
The man's name was Tom Collins and he guides the Boston City View Trolley tours and...HE HAS MY WALLET AND HE WANTS TO MAKE SURE I GET IT BACK!!!! Angels do walk the earth and one of them is obviously Tom Collins!
from $31.00*
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1,261 reviews
A trolley comes about every 15 min from 9am to 5pm! Gives you plenty of time to get off and even take museum tours plus take time for lunch.
I would recommend two day pass, many tours offered at various sites, takes up time.
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from $46.16*
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984 reviews
This was a great tour, My husband and I love to take tours of the cities that we visit, and by far this was one of the best tours.
We highly recommend you take this tour with Grayline tours your first day in town!
from $89.00*
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843 reviews
We were planning to go on a tour in Gloucester earlier in the week, but all the tours were cancelled due to high winds.
I thoroughly recommend this tour, they are friendly and informative and you can hear the passion and emotion in the commentators voice as she identifies who we are seeing - so good to hear the dedication and commi...
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from $57.75*
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785 reviews
Overall, we highly recommend New England Tours - everything ran smoothly, Kevin was awesome, he drove very safely and he always had a smile on his face and a great story to tell.
We took a fast ferry to Martha Vineyard and then tour which took 2 hrs which was very informative included the colorful cottages all in one area under beautiful old trees some may think its just houses but each on...
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from $105.00*
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459 reviews
Our tour with Lessons on Liberty was much more enlightening than any of our self-guided tours and I highly recommend it.
Mark was knowledgeable and painted wonderful pictures with his tales and was FUNNY!!!! We've had other tours in Boston.
from $14.95*
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383 reviews
The price is about right and I am referring to a non-game day tour as the game day tours can vary on what you have access to.
Other stadium tours have included visits to the dugout and even team locker rooms.
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from $25.00*
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355 reviews
He is a mix of historian, comedian and drill sergeant (if you have ever been on bus tours with large groups of people on a strict schedule, you will LOVE his attention to sticking to this schedule so that you can...
The weekend had already been filled with too many activities, everyone was grumpy and the youngest two aren’t necessarily that into history or tours.
from $65.00*
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348 reviews
Thanks Deb at Gray Line tours for the great organization from hotel pick up to hotel drop off and thanks Paul for showing us a great day.
We look forward to other tours with him!
from $82.00*
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271 reviews
I think we got plenty of time in Salem, which you can use for exploring on your own, shopping or booking tours (I ate lunch, shopped and toured the House of Seven Gables).
Had plenty of time in Salem to walk around and take a couple of tours.
from $58.00*
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249 reviews
My husband and I take bike tours at every city we visit and this one by far has been the best and most informative.
Added plus - the bikes were super responsive and easy to ride, much better quality than other city bike tours we’ve used in other locations.
from $57.75*
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203 reviews
We had a great time with Audrey from Boston Foodie Tours! a very experienced and fun personality! it enabled us to enjoy a walking trip full of charms, getting to know very cool spots while walking in amazing Bost...
My wife and I travel quite a bit and we've found food tours to be such a fun activity and a great way to orient yourself in a new city.
from $100.00*
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179 reviews
Thank you to Veronica and North End Pizza Tours for a wonderful introduction to Boston!
Great pizza, history and easy stretch of your leg, this tour loosely follows the freedom trail and is lead by knowledgeable Sean who lives locally and added much to the experience.
from $44.00*
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170 reviews
My family and I have done many, many historical tours over the years and Caitlin was by far, the best tour guide we have even had the pleasure to meet.
We spent a week in Boston this summer and took one of the Freedom Trail walking tours.
from $16.00*
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167 reviews
The commentary also had great audio often a let down on boat tours.
I love getting out on the water whenever I can, and on a hot summer day in Boston, this cruise was a perfect way to cool off and learn the history of Boston Harbor from a delightful tour guide with an Irish brogue.
from $34.60*
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162 reviews
We definitely saved a lot of money and used the attractions available on our card to see landmarks and take tours throughout the city.
We got the 3 day card and used it for the Duck tours, the trolley, the Aquarium, Plimouth Plantation etc. Beats waiting in line for tickets on the day.
from $63.00*
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150 reviews
I researched Boston Freedom Trail tours before departing Australia and found Mark's tour to be the best choice i.e. an historian conducting the tour as opposed to a tour guide.
We have done multiple walking/bus tours of various cities, but Mike's interactive tour with great story telling experience makes you want to go home and study more.
from $49.00*
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141 reviews
Tours like this depend on the knowledge and enthusiasm of the guide.
I've been traveling and taking tours of this type for about 50 years.
from $28.00*
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140 reviews
Our guide Dan was fantastic, the perfect amount of beer history and fun! Definitely worth the money- we will be back in the fall to do their Sunday cider tours !
Our lunch was fantastic and City Brew Tours is very responsible when it comes to dietary restrictions, allowing you to list them online as you book your tour.
from $99.00*
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137 reviews
We enjoy guided tours because you learn so much more than self guided!
Also, it's always nerve racking booking these tours for a corporate outing because the tour guide can make or a break a tour.
from $35.00*
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131 reviews
Both the girls have some serious history backgrounds, very knowledgeable and also funny - definitely a different perspective than most traditional tours.
Out of all the tours, Duck Boat included, this was by far the most memorable, thanks LEXIE
from $39.99*
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124 reviews
Loved the tours of the graveyards (and seeing baby bunnies was the cherry on top lol) and learned so much.
The tour guides were very knowledgeable and helpful with stops off at the important places along the way.
from $41.95*
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121 reviews
Our tour driver, Ron, was really knowledgable and accompanied the historic facts with nice stories.
Fantastic Service and Great Tour
from $40.00*
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120 reviews
We went on this tour with our guide Bob 'Uncle Bob" It was our second tour with him and we enjoyed both very much.
Bob, our tour guide was Fantastic and really loves his job.
from $85.00*
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118 reviews
My mum and I love cocktails and desserts, and historical walking tours, so this was the ideal choice for us!
As a lifelong inhabitant of the Boston area, I don’t typically go on Boston tours, but this one was definitely worth it.
from $69.00*
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116 reviews
Walking tours are the best and combining a food and history tour is genius.
My husband and I travel often and take similar tours and we both agree that Bob has been one of our favorite guides.
from $99.00*
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111 reviews
The best part of our day was our Behind the Scenes tour with Jared and Cat.
You can also take a whale watch tour from here if desired.
from $31.00*
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99 reviews
Portions were larger than on other food tours I have done and a nice sampling of Italian and traditional Bostonian offerings.
My wife and I love doing these foodie tours whenever we visit a city for the first time.
from $90.03*
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96 reviews
Our group of 6 had a terrific time on Tuesday night with Boston Brew Tours.
Our guide was attentive, enthusiastic and knowledgeable, and the tour was a great way to experience local craft breweries in the Boston area.
from $70.00*
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