Historical Tours in Boston, Massachusetts

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The Historic Sightseeing Cruise takes visitors on a narrated 90-minute tour of Boston’s historic inner and outer harbors. During the tour, guests can enjoy heroic tales from the Revolutionary War, local sea lore, and facts about the harbor. Other highlights of the tour include the nation’s oldest continuously manned lighthouse, Harbor Islands National Park, and vibrant coastal homes. Details
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Independence Pub Crawl

Boston Crawling • Downtown - Financial, Boston
Let Boston Crawling show you Boston in the most exciting way possible – a good, ole fashioned Pub Crawl! Come along and learn about the birthplace of a city and a country, and hear how it all started in a bar.

-Visit four historic taverns
-Learn about the influence of beer on famous American events such as the landing on Plymouth Rock and the Boston Massacre
-Enjoy local Boston beers you can’t find anywhere else
-Let our expert guides entertain you with tales of Boston’s secret history while you crawl from bar to bar along the historic Freedom Trail
-Please note that Pub Crawls begin on the hour. Please arrive five minutes before your scheduled crawl.

The Independence Pub Crawl meets at the Samuel Adams Statue in front of Faneuil Hall. For GPS, the best address is 6 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston MA 02109. The Sam Adams Statue is located on the Congress Street side of Faneuil Hall. The statue is about 20 feet tall and features Sam Adams standing on top of a pedestal with his arms crossed. Walk around to the front of the statue so that you’re looking Sam in the face. Your guide will be there. Details
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