Got a thing for Kennedys? This insightful Boston walking tour will introduce you to some of the local landmarks tied to the vaunted political family.
You’ll visit sites particular to JFK, including his commemorative statue at the State House, plus the residence where he lived in Boston during his Congressional run in 1946.
You’ll also have a look at sites tied to his forebears, including the Old City Hall, where his maternal grandfather presided as mayor, and the Irish Famine Memorial, commemorating the immigration of millions of poor Irish, including JFK’s great-great grandfather, Patrick Kennedy.
What are you waiting for? Come on down, and discover the fascinating history behind this famous family’s startling rise to power.
Note: Meeting place will be revealed upon confirmation. Tour stops include the State House, Bellevue Hotel, Omni Parker House Hotel, Old City Hall, the Irish Famine Museum, JFK’s Senate headquarters, Faneuil Hall, Union Oyster House, and Rose Kennedy Greenway.
What to expect
- Explore historic Boston landmarks and monuments that have ties to the Kennedy family
- Learn about the history of the Kennedy family, and how John F. Kennedy rose to become President
- Enjoy a sweeping and insightful dive into the history of one of nation’s most popular political figures
About this Activity
|Price||$12.00 per guest|
|Duration / Session||90 min|
There are no refunds; all sales are final