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    Downtown Boston to Back Bay Walking Tour

    Boston CityWalks
    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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    Sweet & Savory South End Walking Food Tour (Weekday)

    Bites of Boston Food Tours
    The Sweet and Savory South End Walking Food Tour takes place in Boston's historic South End neighborhood. You'll taste local favorites from six South End eateries, including chef-inspired sandwiches, a creatively concocted cookie, and the iconic New England fried clam, to name a few. You'll also learn how these local establishments came to be, who owns them and some fun and interesting stories they have to share. On top of delicious food tastings, you'll also enjoy a hearty helping of historical, architectural and cultural information about the South End neighborhood. You'll see some beautifully planned Victorian bow front communities, learn about the cultural development of the area, and hear some fascinating facts about some of the South End's sites and famous residents. This Sweet & Savory South End Walking Food Tour is full of food, facts, and fun!
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    Back Bay to Downtown Boston Walking Tour

    Boston CityWalks
    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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    Guided Tour of Boston's Big Dig

    Context Travel
    If you build it, they will come...but what happens if you bury it??? Find out during this fascinating tour which will teach you about Boston's efforts to bury their highway system in an attempt to free its historic center from traffic. Boston is one of the most nationally significant cities in the country, known for its rich history of political revolution, commerce, and social innovation. However, lesser-known is the fact that Boston has a fascinating story surrounding its urban planning. Come learn all about the layout of the city as you visit the Old Massachusetts State House, Fanueil Hall, Quincy Market, the Custom House, Boston Granite School, the Rose Kennedy Greenway, and more! You'll discover the secrets and history behind the urban planning of Boston, while viewing the fascinating areas you're discussing. Your architect tour guide will explain the significance of the Big Dig project, the inspiration for it, and the way that it affects the structure of the city. Boston may be a historic city, but the fabric of it is always changing. Join the tour to learn how it's still making history today!
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    Boston's Back Bay Tour

    Free Tours by Foot (MA)
    Come and explore Boston's Back Bay neighborhood on this history-packed guided walking tour! You will travel through the picturesque Boston Public Garden, Copley Square, and one of America's most architecturally influential buildings, the Trinity Church of Boston. As you pass Boston's tallest skyscraper for a photo opportunity, learn about the city's architecture and history, as well as the important characters that once roamed the "new" section of Boston's Back Bay. Don't miss the chance to walk through this neighborhood that once used to be under water, basically a real life Atlantis!
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    Downtown Freedom Trail Tour: History and Architecture

    Boston CityWalks
    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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    Sweet & Savory South End Walking Food Tour

    Bites of Boston Food Tours
    The Sweet and Savory South End Walking Food Tour takes place in Boston's historic South End neighborhood. You'll taste local favorites from six South End eateries, including chef-inspired sandwiches, a creatively concocted cookie, and the iconic New England fried clam, to name a few. You'll also learn how these local establishments came to be, who owns them and some fun and interesting stories they have to share. On top of delicious food tastings, you'll also enjoy a hearty helping of historical, architectural and cultural information about the South End neighborhood. You'll see some beautifully planned Victorian bow front communities, learn about the cultural development of the area, and hear some fascinating facts about some of the South End's sites and famous residents. This Sweet & Savory South End Walking Food Tour is full of food, facts, and fun!
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    Portrait of a City - North End Boston

    Context Travel
    The tourists are coming! The tourists are coming!!! Paul Revere is really excited to see you. Come visit him on this incredible and informative 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 local historian on a 3-hour tour to gain an understanding of the North End's historical and cultural significance to Boston. During the tour you will visit Blackstone block (a network of structures that date back to colonial era), Ebenezer Hancock's home (John Hancock's brother's house from the 18th Century), the Boston Stone (a millstone from 1737), Haymarket (one of the city's longest standing markets), the Paul Revere House (from the 17th Century), and 1723 Old North Church (the oldest house of worship in Boston). Along the way you'll learn about the vibrant history of the city, focusing on the American revolution, immigration, and industrialization, and you may even make some new Boston-loving friends! Come out and see why they call this city the Cradle of Liberty!
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    Downtown, the Waterfront, and North End Tour

    Boston CityWalks
    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 Chocolate Walking Tour

    Boston Chocolate Tours
    This historic area is rich in culture, architecture... and of course, fine chocolate. There's no better way to spend a Saturday morning than to peruse boutiques on Newbury Street, or to stroll down Boylston Street while learning about and enjoying chocolate with your friends. The featured stop on this tour will be Hotel Chocolat -- a trendy European cocoa grower who manages the production of chocolate, from bean to bar. Learn all about chocolate in their private tasting room! Other tour locations and treats may include: The largest selection of imported bars A Swiss chocolatier famous for the Dom Perignon Champagne Truffle A famous New England Ice Cream maker focused on Fair Trade chocolate Cupcakes For the adventurous, a chocolate covered cricket or chocolate worm You'll pick up yummy samples as you go, plus tips on tasting, buying and storing fine chocolate.
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