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    Harvard Square Evening Excursion

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    Home to the famous university, Harvard Square also houses historic locales like Brattle Street and Longfellow's Mansion. It embodies Boston wealth and entertainment. Take the Red Line to the hustle and bustle of Harvard Square, where you'll listen to the street musicians, watch intense chess matches, and undertake the spooky feeling in the evening that overtakes Cambridge's Old Burial Ground colonial cemetery. BOO! Spend an evening in Harvard Square and feel free to stick around for a nice dinner at The Border Cafe or lively drink at Club Passim. It's all here in this little Square.
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    Downtown Boston to Back Bay Walking Tour

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    Boston has it all, beauty, culture, and history. Think that's impossible? Witness the amazing transformation from Revolutionary colony to modern skyline on this charming tour. From Beacon Hill's cobblestone drives to Back Bay's Victorian mansions, you'll stroll through the city, embracing the vibrant architecture. Explore Freedom Trail's historic Revolutionary War era sites like Boston Common. Gaze at the Swan Boats. Weave through the elegant Copley Square. Let loose in Back Bay, home to fine shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions. Enjoy Boston's transformation from colony to metropolis.
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    Downtown Freedom Trail Tour: History and Architecture

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    Uncover and love Boston in just one quick morning! On this walking tour, you'll explore the cobblestone streets, admire the historic architecture, and learn the history of downtown Boston. This tour brings your American history lessons to life! Visiting locales like Old State House, Boston Massacre Site, King's Church, and Boston Common, you'll hear the stories that highlight Boston's history and culture within the United States' history. Walk the freedom trail, passing by Revolutionary sites to today's quirky streets. Ladies and Gentlemen, give Boston a warm welcome.
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    Jewish Cultural Walking Tour

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    Kosher oases, memorials commemorating the importance of Jewish culture in Beantown, and the Vilna Shul. On this cultural heritage walking tour, you will venture through Beacon Hill's back side, where Jews resided during the nineteenth century. Visit the historic Vilna Shul and stroll past the Jewish homes and neighborhoods that brought this area to life. From there, you'll head to the West End and see the Puffer House Cigar-Rolling Factory and the impactful Holocaust Memorial. Before the Italians arrived to serve up cheap slices in Boston's North End, the neighborhood actually housed predominantly Jewish immigrants and fantastic matzoh balls. Explore Boston's history through some of its most important immigrants.
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    Downtown, the Waterfront, and North End Tour

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    Greet Boston's first settlers through an exploration of the city's beginnings to modern day. Take to the city streets and experience the diverse scenery that differentiates this Boston from the rest of the United States. On this walking tour, you'll travel through the city, experiencing architecture from the city's foundation in 1630 to today. Visit the Old North Church and Paul Revere's House in Boston's Italian North End. You will also stroll past the hidden waterfront and walk over the infamous "Big Dig," which now makes up the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Whatever you want to see in Boston, whatever you want to learn, it's just a stroll away.
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    Back Bay to Downtown Boston Walking Tour

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    This tour begins in the elegant Back Bay, which is filled with a beautiful collection of Victorian Era architecture. From there, you'll pass stately Beacon Hill, known for its importance in the American Revolution. Finally, you will enter the Downtown Area, which houses the major points of the Freedom Trail, filled with Revolutionary War sites from Boston Common to Faneuil Hall. Along the way, you'll encounter unique colonial streets and 18th century buildings that connect this city to sterling skyscrapers, learning about the city's important history. Learn about not only the history of Boston but also the founding of this great nation.
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