Back Bay & Copley Square
3 Hour walking tour
In this exciting and historic excursion you will learn how it earned its name and how its progressive development during the 1800’s birthed some of America’s most renowned architectural wonders. You will view Boston’s memorable mansions and grand townhouses along Commonwealth Avenue.
See famous Trinity Church with its Lafarge pastel stained-glass windows. Visit Boston’s Public Library and learn why it is called “The Palace Built for the People” as well as gain interesting facts such as why Boston was called the “hub of the world” and the “Athens of the West”. You will visit the Old South Church and learn of its prior home's past history as the church of Benjamin Franklin and Samuel Adams, of Phillis Wheatley and the Boston Tea Party. Stroll through the oldest botanical garden in the United States, the Public Garden. stroll along Newbury Street, Boston’s version of Rodeo Drive with many fine shops and sidewalk cafes.
Whether you are looking to experience a part of Boston’s history or longing to savor its unique architecture, this is a tour you won’t want to miss.
$325/group up to 10 people