B O S T O N   S I G H T S E E I N G   T O U R S,  LLC

Explore Boston's historic Freedom Trail. We will cover the majority of the trail including: Boston Common, New State House,  Granary Burial Ground, Park Street Church, King's Chapel & Burial Ground, Scollay Square/Government Center, Old South Meeting House, First Public School site, Old City Hall, Old State House, Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway,  Paul Revere's House, Old North Church, Copp's Hill Burial Ground, Haymarket, Boston Stone, Union Oyster House  & more!  

$325/group up to 10 people
It's a lot of ground to cover in 3 hours but we can do it! If you want to add 1.5 hours to the tour to see the USS Constitution & Bunker Hill up close, we can do that too - Add $95.

Walking tours get you up close to the history!

Cheers! Beacon Hill / Back Bay Combo Tour

Amble the Sights of Beacon Hill and Back Bay and stop for a drink at Cheers!

3 Hours (moderate activity level) Walking distance approximately 1.75 miles over city sidewalks and walkways, with very frequent
pauses for commentary. Many photographic opportunities. 

Starting atop Beacon Hill by the gold domed 1798 State House, stroll through these historic neighborhoods, one from the early and the other, late 1800’s. The elegant red brick sidewalks and Federal style townhouses of Beacon Hill have attracted residents from Louisa May Alcott to John Kerry. See the cobblestoned street that is the most photographed in the city, and hear of the famous residents in this charming exclusive Historic District. Architectural detail, flowered window boxes, and wrought iron finishes decorate these magnificent homes. Before entering the neighboring Back Bay, stop for a refreshment at the original Cheers! Bar of television fame. Situated in a regal townhouse, this atmospheric pub will have you whistling the theme to the award winning show. Continue into the Public Garden, our country’s first botanical acreage and home of the Make Way for Duckling statues, then on to the Parisian style expansive boulevard lined with later 1800 granite homes in the Back Bay’s Commonwealth Avenue. Peruse the upscale shops on Newbury Street, and take in the grand architecture of the 1876 Romanesque Trinity Church reflected in the 1976 mirrored glass "Hancock Tower". Have your photo snapped crossing the finish line of the Boston Marathon by the 1895 Public Library in Copley Square. Make a loop to the peaceful Esplanade of the Charles River for a view of where the July 4th fireworks have entertained Bostonians for decades. This is the very best Boston offers in neighborhoods and sights!  $325/group up to 10 people

All prices listed are per group, not per person!

Walking Tours

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 Tiffany and 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 where Chief Justice Samuel Sewell asked forgiveness for being the “Hanging Judge” in the Salem Witch Trials. 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

Traffic and weather conditions may affect actual tour times

Beacon Hill Walking Tour
3 Hours (moderate activity level)

Freedom Trail Highlights
3 Hours (moderate activity level)

Customize your adventure!

Your tour can be customized to your liking. If there are things that you wish to skip, add, spend more time at, or change all together, that is never a problem. Do you want to go into any of the more than 30 museums? How about "throwing" tea overboard on the Boston Tea Party ship? Care to walk the whole tour? Whatever you are in the mood to do We can accommodate your wishes. Pricing depends on time and tour. Please call to discuss. Additional time can be added to any tour for

$85 / hour.

​Step-on Services available.

Got a bus or need a bus? No problem. Step-on guide services are available.

Call or email for booking information.

Back Bay & Copley Square Walking Tour
3 Hours (moderate activity level)

Walking tours are a great way to see the sites up close and in more detail. We walk at a pace that suits your group. All of our walking tours are priced per group - not per person - up to 20 people. There will be an additional charge for groups over 20.

Beacon Hill is one of the oldest and most picturesque neighborhoods in America. From the golden dome of the State House to the luxury homes of Louisburg Square, this tour takes you by picturesque streets, highlighting examples of early American Federal, Greek Revival, and Victorian architecture. Learn about Boston's first settler, Reverend William Blackstone, a reclusive clergyman. Hear about Robert Gould Shaw and his role in leading freed slaves in the Civil War. Walk portions of the Black History Trail. See the homes of legendary figures and current notable people including, Daniel Webster, Henry Cabot Lodge, Harrison Gray Otis, John Kerry and more. This journey also includes Boston Common, The Public Garden-home to the famous Swan Boats and Children's classic story Make Way for Ducklings. See a place where everybody knows your name; TV's Cheer's Bar and so much more. $325/group up to 10 people