3 hour private Freedom Trail walk:
We tour 14 of the 16 sites on Boston's most popular attraction.
Starting on Boston Common we set the scene on Boston in 1630 and describe how the city has changed over it's nearly 400 years.
We then follow the Freedom Trail giving insight into the significance of each site, and the history of the city in general. We walk through several neighborhoods, and mix in some current day stories, so there's something for everybody.
4 hour private Boston city walking tour:
The Back Bay; from it's origins of being "the back of the bay" to it's 19th century development, we'll cover some of the cities most interesting architecture
Beacon Hill; we'll take a walk through this hilly, red brick and cobblestone historic neighborhood with it's mysterious layout
Boston Common & Public Garden; side by side public parks have been enjoyed by locals and visitors to the city for hundreds of years
Greenway & harbor walk; won't be a tour of Boston without showing you the ocean & harbor area, and the site of the Tea Party
Freedom Trail sites along the way; as we walk between the neighborhoods, we'll cover the historic sites along the trail
Custom walking tours:
Got some special requests, love that, let us know what they are and we'll put something together for you. Here's some examples of Boston city walking tours what we've done in the past:
Boston's photogenic spots - if you're an avid photographer, we'll walk to some of the cities best photo opportunities around the golden hour
Boston is a very walkable city; there's lots of different styles of architecture to look at, neighborhoods to wander, historic sites to hear about and parks to enjoy. We offer a range of private Boston walking tours anywhere from 3 hours, to all day. Here's our most popular Boston city private walking tours:
Final 2 stops of the Freedom Trail:
We don't always get to the final 2 stops on the Freedom Trail cause they're a bit outside of downtown, in the Charlestown neighborhood.
We're happy to give more information about them, and they are well worth a visit after our tour (if you feel like more walking):