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It's Your Choice!

Choose to visit the Presidential Library & Museum of John F. Kennedy, built by legendary architect I.M. Pei, with exhibits dedicated to Kennedy’s illustrious career -OR- discover the highlights and hidden gems of Boston with a photo walking tour that will take you through Copley Square, the Public Garden, Beacon Hill, and some off-the-beaten-path stops too.

Day Trip to Salem

Choose to either venture through Salem on a historical tour, discovering how the dangerous but profitable maritime trade built not only mansions, but Salem’s rich culture -OR- visit the sites of the darkest time in Salem’s long history, the Salem Witch Trials, where neighbor turned on neighbor in a frenzy of suspicion. Afterwards, take a stroll down the cobblestones of Essex Street for the quirky shops and great dining, or just relax and admire views of the harbor.

Lexington & Concord

These two towns were key in the start of the American Revolution, and your first stop will be Minute Man National Historic Park. Named for the militia men who could be “ready in a minute’s notice,” the park will show an in-depth multi-media presentation on the spark of liberty that was struck here, setting the whole nation aflame. Afterwards, head to the exact spot where the “shot heard ‘round the world” was fired, the Old North Bridge. Then, you’re off for nearby Lexington to visit Buckman’s Tavern and the Lexington Battle Green. See the place where colonial militiamen readied themselves to fight against the “redcoats,” and learn what life was like in the early days of America.

Student Led Harvard University Tour

Arrive in Harvard Square for a tour of one of the most storied institutions of learning in the world – Harvard University. Get an insider’s perspective of the campus straight from a student as they lead you on a tour of the University, highlighting the history, culture, and famous figures of the school.


When in Boston

Duck Boat Tours – See the city by water + land on one of its trademark Duck Boat Tours.

Boston Harbor Cruise – Get out on the harbor for a scenic sunset cruise to cap off your perfect Boston evening. Note: the sunset Harbor cruise is a pre-sold option on this tour. .

Fenway Park – Is a trip to Boston complete without seeing the "Green Monst-ah"? Fenway Park offers daily guided tours that are highly rated for sports and non-sports fans alike.

Brewery Tour & Tasting – The brew scene is big in Boston – try Sam Adams or Harpoon to sample some Boston staples.

Newbury Street – Shop till you drop in Back Bay. Locals and visitors alike love this shopping and dining district.

For the history buffs

Freedom Trail – This must-see Boston highlight can very easily be done on your own self-guided tour or if you like a bit more drama, you can select to go on a tour with a historian dressed in period costume.

USS Constitution – A national icon for more than 200 years, visit the museum before visiting Old Ironsides herself.

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum – A floating history museum with live reenactments. On some nights, you can even book a dinner here.

Interested in art & culture?

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum – A mansion-turned-museum with a lush inner courtyard, infamous for a legendary art heist. It is a museum people return to over and over again.

Museum of Fine Arts – A top attraction in the city with nearly 500,000 works of art.

Boston Public Library – They offer free public tours and offer wonderful afternoon tea at their Courtyard Tea Room restaurant.

Here for the food

Faneuil Hall – This historic meeting house (since 1743) turned marketplace is always lively, thick with accents and a casual spot to enjoy a cup of New England clam chow-dah.

The North End  – Try a cannoli (or three), indulge in some homemade pasta and a glass of vino. A meal in Boston’s famous North End is known to house the best Italian food you can find. You can even book a walking food tour here.

Seaport – Select from a plethora of seafood options with fisherman dropping off their fresh catches daily. A trip to New England is not complete without a seafood dinner.


Post-Tour Extension

End your trip with a 2 Night Newport Extension! Venture down the coast from Boston to the beautiful city of Newport, Rhode Island. Here, grand mansions sit on cliffs overlooking the rocky shores of Narragansett Bay, built in the Gilded Age by rich turn-of-the-century families like the Vanderbilts and Astors. Nearby, the city itself is rich with colonial architecture, offbeat eateries, small seaside galleries, and more. Includes accommodations with breakfast at a boutique hotel centrally located to some of the cities most popular shops & eateries + a narrated trolley tour with an included mansion visit.

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