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"Private guided walking tours of historic Boston for groups and families given by a relative of Paul Revere and noted children's book author. Free MP3 audio book to all participants."
Boston information including: attractions, dining, hotels, resorts, golf courses, and more.
AM's Free Boston Tours offers free guided walking tours of historic Boston covering the main Downtown sites plus some additional sites in Beacon Hill and the West End. These tours, which last between 1.5 and 2 hours, are supported only by voluntary tips (gratuities). They are a budget-friendly way for everyone to see the sites and provide for an excellent introduction to the city.
Boston souvenir magnets featuring the work of artist J. Allee in pastels, acrylics and watercolor.
His work is beautifully captured on our exclusive Boston souvenir magnets.
Low-Impact, guided tours of Boston on Bicycles. 617-308-5902
Runs walking tours of Boston history and architecture.
"Our gondoliers are excited to share with you Boston's only authentic Venetian gondolas, which were built and shipped from Venice, Italy. Relax in luxury with that special person while sipping your favorite champagne or wine. Experience the history, mystery and ROMANCE on a private tour that is Boston's best-kept secret. Indulge in the Boston and Cambridge skyline as your gondolier gently rows his craft, while being serenaded by our accordion player, Pellegrino. Our tours depart from the Esplanade in front of the Hatch Shell."
May through October.
"Authentic Venetian gondolas offer private tours at The Esplanade on the Charles River only steps away from downtown Boston. June through October. Live music, bring aboard your own champagne, wine or any favorite beverage.Complimentry snacks! Wednesdays through Sundays 2PM-11PM. Reservations required."
Find interactive maps showing where to go, what to see, and how to get there on the network of pathways that will soon connect the entire Boston Harbor.
Concerts, fireworks, tours, cruises and other harbor-related events, many of them free, during July 4th week
"Horse drawn carriages for every occasion."
Hotel and car-rental reservations.
Compare discount hotels, motels, resorts, inns, B&B's in Boston, Massachusetts.
Two-hour tour of places where things were invented, from the telephone to VisiCalc. Currently requires a 20-person mininum group; you can also "take" the tour online.
A comprehensive directory of kids' activities in Boston.
"A comprehensive directory of over 300 facilities in Boston MA with meeting and event space. Meeting planners can email facilities direct from this listing. Link showcases Boston as a meeting and event destination."
Explore the famous Boston Movie Mile as you visit filming hotspots from over 30 movies and TV shows. Learn behind-the-scenes trivia and insider gossip about your favorite movies such as Good Will Hunting, Cheers, The Thomas Crown Affair, Ally McBeal and more.
"Lights, Camera, Action! Experience Boston's movie magic by visiting locations made famous by popular TV shows and movies such as Good Will Hunting, Ally McBeal, A Civil Action, Cheers and many more. Learn behind-the-scenes trivia and insider gossip about your favorite films, directors and actors on this fun and entertaining tour."
From fine arts to science.
Sure you can sightsee during the day, but what are you doing at night? Boston Night Guide is your source for the best in Boston nightlife, including bars, clubs, dancing, events and more.
"We use Vans' or optional VIP Limousines. We're NOT a cookie cutter Big Bus-tour agency. You tell us what YOUR interests' are, and we will tailor a tour for You - Historical, Cultural, Scenic, College tours, Foliage tours' ,coastal Maine, Salem, Rockport, Lexington and Concord..etc. YOU name it !...and we'll satisfy you...and we will pick you up and drop you off at your hotel and set a schedule at your convenience.
"Many of the narrow and winding streets of 375 year old Boston are Prohibited to bus and trolley tours which usually means that you don't get to see the fabled and quaint side-streets of 'Olde' Boston, moreover most trolley and bus tours don't even leave the central city so your sightseeing trip is very limited. This means that you'll not see Concord or Lexington, Harvard Yard or the JFK Library-Museum, but with Boston Private Tours. ..."
How to eat and walk your way through Boston in 3 days.
Go Boston Card: Multi-attraction pass to over 7o attractions in the Boston and surrounding areas. Attractions include Beantown Trolley Tour, Duck Tour, Freedom Trail, museums and more.
Variety of tours, from 90 minutes to three hours. Customized tours available as well.
Boston's official visitor web site.
This tour takes you from the George Washington equestrian statue through the meandering pathways of the Public Garden. Stops along the way include the Ether Monument and enchanting views of the Swan Boats on the lagoon. The grand finale of this tour: Acorn Street and Louisburg Square on Beacon Hill.
A tourism and travel guide to Boston with interactive maps and up-to-date information about hotels, tours, weather, attractions, restaurants, events, shopping and more.
"Boston Your Way is a niche service offering customizable tours of Boston for people accustomed to quality and personal attention. It is an alternative to mass-market trolley tours, which can be crowded and uncomfortable and miss many important places."
Boston Pops concert and fireworks on the Charles River Esplanade, each year on July 4th.
"Join The Histrionic Academy's merry band of Revolutionaries for an exciting and fun filled trip through Boston history. Relive the American Revolution:
Walk the Path to Independence!"
Descriptions of and directions to local beaches.
Guide features everything from hotels, restaurants and day spas to real-estate agents and contractors.
Official web site of the Cambridge Office for Tourism.
Cape Cod's largest link directory.
The bar on which the TV show was (VERY) loosely based.
Make your own travel schedule online, map it out, read the latest hotel, restaurant and attraction reviews, search local yellow pages.
A look at handicap-accessible Boston.
Info on Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market.
National Park Service map that describes the historic sites on the Freedom Trail in downtown Boston and Charlestown.
"A blog packed with news, travel tips, restaurant ideas, and weekly event guides. Perfect for those visiting the city or locals looking for extra things to do."
Authentic Venetian gondola tours on the Charles River at the Esplanade.
Helicopter sightseeing tours over Boston.
"Learn about area attractions in and around Concord-- such as Walden Pond, the Old North Bridge and the Concord Museum--on this interactive map. Many of these sites are within walking distance of the historic Concord's Colonial Inn, with its celebrated restaurants and charming guest rooms."
Daily harbor cruises from Boston's Long Wharf.
Where to stay; listings of hotels, motels and bed and breakfasts (B&Bs).
Links to sites with maps of the Boston area.
An official state guide to tourism throughout Massachusetts.
Tourism and travel guide to Massachusetts with online hotel reservations, interactive maps and information about tours, attractions, restaurants, events, shopping, weather and more.
Boston tourism guide in several languages.
Guided motorcoach tours of Boston and surrounding areas.
"Join us on a 3 hour guided walking tour of Little Italy! Journey through the layers of history, heritage and culture of America's first neighborhood!"
Explore the hidden courtyards and passageways of Boston's historic North End, visit the places where patriots plotted the American Revolution, discover the rich heritage of Italian immigrant history. A 2-hour guided walking tour of over 40 sites of interest. Reservations required.
An official tourist guide to the North Shore.
Guide to Boston that includes the latest current events, dining, shopping, museum and sightseeing listings.
"A website about Native American sacred landscapes in Massachusetts."
Boston for the black visitor.
Boston travel and tourism guide offering information on attractions, museums, entertainment, dining, tours, maps, and neighborhoods.
Gives visitors a virtual tour of the Freedom Trail and the sites they can visit
Getting to and around Boston.
Site about traveling in New England by Dutch author of travel guidebooks. Published both in Dutch and English.
Guidebook entries, newspaper and magazine articles and personal opinions from message boards on Boston, including hotels and attractions.
A guide for visitors, from what to see on your first trip to what to do with kids.
Features New England travel essays, dining reviews, cookbooks, gifts, and more.
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