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Trailblazer Tours Boston Private Tours​​

​​Boston makes it onto almost every list and blog of places to visit in the US.   If it's been on your "must visit" list for a while, hopefully, being on our website means you're planning the trip.....YEAH!!

Our private tour is the perfect way to immerse yourself in the stories, history, sites and culture of the city and experience Boston in a special way.   This tour includes all the famous places and tales you might have heard about, and those infamous legends that didn't make it to the history books, all of which reinforce why this city is so unique. 

Boston History & Sightseeing Tour

​​​​​​Not to spoil the surprise, here's a taste of the tour:


The Freedom Trail; Boston's most popular attraction....We drive the 2.5 mile trail, along 16 of the country's most significant Revolutionary War sites.   We stop at each to admire the scene, step back to what it looked like in the 18th century, how it's changed over the years and it's impact on our history. 


Here's a few favorites:


  • Old South Meeting House; the 1729 meeting house, played a vital part in the Boston Tea Party 
  • Old State House; one of the countries oldest public buildings, over 300 years old
  • Boston Common; America's oldest public park, with plenty of quirky history
  • Old North Church: the oldest standing church building in Boston, whose 191 ft steeple has a story to tell
  • Bunker Hill Monument: in memory of the Colonial Militia's brave fight against 2,200 Regulars 



The Back Bay; one thing that always surprises visitors is the degree Boston's landscape has changed over the years.   Touring around you'll get a good idea of the impact these land fill developments have had, the engineering marvel they are and how this part of the city has become an esteemed hub for shopping, restaurants, bars and culture.


Beacon Hill; bonus....our touring vehicles allow access to this historic district.  Only on a private tour do you find out the Boston heritage nestled behind our State House.   Admire the architecture of Charles Bulfinch, enjoy the residents proudly displayed window boxes and wonder at the mysterious street layout as we take you off the beaten path.


​Italian North End; we head into this historic district to visit a couple of Freedom Trail landmarks, Paul Revere's stomping ground, cobblestone streets, lively atmosphere and to pick up a Best of Boston cannoli.
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Boston Common & Public Garden; Frederick Law Olmsted designed Boston's beloved Emerald Necklace, and we tour the perimeter of 2 of the 9 parks.  This gives you a view of the side by side public parks Boston residents and visitors have enjoyed for hundreds of years.   You won't be able to resist a stroll among the beautiful plants and trees, famous movie scenes and even some people watching.

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