What To Expect
Experience a historical tour of both the old and new places in Boston as you travel across the countryside tows of Cambridge, Lexington, and Concord. This tour will be initiated with an optional hotel or transportation building pickup.
First on the itinerary is a visit to Cambridge where you will be able to visit the Harvard University, famous for being the oldest American college. Established in 1636, this private Ivy League research university has gained the title of being one of the most prestigious universities across the globe due to its influence, history, and wealth. Calculus has not yet even been invented when this institution was formed. Also, eight Presidents of the United States are proud graduates of the said college.
Next, you will be traveling to the countrysides of Belmont and Lexington via the Paul Revere route. Through this route, you will be able to pass by the Battle Trail, a 5 and a half mile pathway taken by the British Regulars during their march from Boston to Concord. This trail marks the venue where the American minute men fought for their freedom. The tour will stop for a while at Lexington Green to commemorate the bravery of the 77 brave minute men who fought against 700 English regulars.
Afterwards, you will journey to Concord. Along the way, you will be able to capture a glimpse of the homes of Hawthorne (author of the Scarlet Letter and the House of the Seven Gables), Louisa May Alcott (author of the popular novel, Little Women), and Ralph Waldo Emerson (a famous American essayist, lecturer, and poet).
On your return to Boston, you will stop by at the Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market, a marketplace and meeting hall combined. Today, the Faneuil Hall (located at the second floor) is used as a meeting hall for many Boston City debates while the first floor serves as a bustling marketplace. During your free time at the marketplace, shop around and enjoy the local eats. Seafood places, artsy trolley stalls, and many other food choices are available around the marketplace.
Afterwards, hop aboard the motorcoach as you go on a tour around Boston. For two hours, you will be able to see the beautiful sights around Boston from its busy streets to its magnificent buildings and attractions. A 20-minute visit to the USS Constitution will be last destination in the itinerary. Named by President George Washington, this wooden-hulled boat is considered as the oldest commissioned naval vessel afloat around the globe.
2 hour motor coach tour of Boston
Tour of the Harvard Yard, Lexington Green, North Bridge/Minute Man
Free time at the Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market
Visit to the USS Constitution naval vessel
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Children below 3 years old are free of charge provided no seat is occupied.
Children must be accompanied by at least one adult.
Please confirm booking 24-48 hours prior to departure.
Please arrive at least 15 minutes early at the specified meeting point if not using the hotel pick-up option.
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