Boston Crawling's Independence Pub Crawl will show guests Boston in the most exciting way, through an old-fashioned pub crawl! During the bar crawl, guests will visit four historic taverns. While sipping on local beers, guests will be entertained by expert guides with tales of Boston's secret history.
What are the hours of operation?
Our Independence Pub Crawl runs every day at 3:00 pm and 7:00 pm.
Is parking provided?
The nearest parking garage to the starting point of the Independence Pub Crawl is the Dock Square Parking Garage attached to the Hard Rock Café located at 20 Clinton St. Boston M.A 02109. The nearest parking garage to the starting point of the Fenway Pub Crawl is SP Parking on 49 Lansdowne St, Boston, MA 02215.
What should I bring?
Bring an ID or passport.
What should I wear?
We ask that you dress for the weather, wear shoes you’re comfortable walking in.
Where is it located?
The Independence Pub Crawl You will meet your guide at the Sam Adams Statue in front of Faneuil Hall. For GPS, the best address is 1 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston, MA 02109. Walk around to the front of the statue so that you’re looking Sam in the face. Your guide will be there.
Is the attraction/tour/activity wheelchair accessible?
Yes! The distance between the bars is not far, and all bars on the tour are wheelchair accessible.
Can I bring my camera?
How long is the tour?
The pub crawls last approximately 2 hours and 15 minutes long.
What do the tours cover?
On our Independence Pub Crawl, our guides will share the stories that your 8th grade Social Studies teacher left out. From the landing on Plymouth Rock to the start of the Revolution, you’ll learn how beer played a part in the birth of America.
What time should I arrive for my Crawl?
We ask that you arrive five minutes before the start of your crawl. Your guide will have a waiver for you to fill out while they check your ID or passport.
How far will I be walking?
The Independence Pub Crawl takes place in Boston’s famous Faneuil Hall District. The walking distance is limited to just a few blocks.
How many Bars do we visit?
Each crawl stops at four bars. Our Independence Pub Crawl is centered around Boston’s Historic Quincy Market, and our Fenway Pub Crawl takes you along the iconic Lansdowne street.
What bars do we go to?
Our routes change depending on tour size, day of the week, and time. For our Independence Pub Crawl, all the bars are within two blocks of each other and have historical significance.
Do you have to be 21+ Years Old to go on the pub crawl?
Yes. All Pub Crawlers must be 21 or older and present a valid ID before the tour. Valid ID includes ONLY passports, US driver's licenses, and US military IDs. Unfortunately, foreign driver's licenses are not accepted in Massachusetts. All Pub Crawlers must also sign a waiver of liability before the start of the Pub Crawl.
Can I bring someone who is under 21?
No. Unfortunately, all crawlers must be at least 21 years old with proper identification. This is because of the strict blue law in Massachusetts.
Does the crawl operate rain, shine, or snow?
Yes! We crawl rain, shine, or snow. Our bars are located close to each other, and we will keep you as dry as possible.