Want to learn about Boston? Pahk the cah in the Havahd Yahd, and then walk on over to this tour!
Boston is one of the most nationally significant cities in the country, filled with the history of commerce, political revolution, social innovation, and immigration. Join a professor of American History on this tour to gain an understanding of the North End’s historical and cultural significance to Boston.
In the early 1800s a class of Boston citizens, calling themselves “Brahmins”, joined together to instill cosmopolitan and progressive mores and practices in the city. Come see how this exclusive group of elites has shaped Boston and American history for the past 150 years!
That is...if they let you in! (Just kidding! This tour is open to all! Unlike the class of Brahmins!)
Note: There is a 3 person minimum to book this activity and a 6 person maximum. Please inform vendor of any mobility concerns.
What to expect
- Visit Beacon Hill, the Boston Common, the Old South Meeting House, the Irish Famine Memorial, the Boston Atheneum, the African Meeting House, and more!
- Learn about the Brahmins, the 19th century upper class of Bostonians who were descended from the original Puritan settlers
- Discuss Boston’s rich history, architecture, and culture, and Bostonians’ critical influence on American History
- Walk along the cobblestone streets of Boston, lead by an experienced and educated tour guide
About this Activity
|Price||$85.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||3 hours|
Cancellation notice must be provided at least 48 hours in advance in order to receive a 85% refund.