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    Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure (Boston)

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    Price is for a group of 2-5 people Looking for a way to turn Boston into a giant game board? Urban Adventure Quest has created an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the amazing race with a three-hour sightseeing tour of Boston. Guided from any smartphone, you'll make your way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning local history. Answer questions to uncover the next, secret location. The adventure begins in the Boston Commons and will take you on a journey through historic landmarks and along key sections of the Freedom Trail. Experience the history of old cemeteries and famous meeting halls with the sights and smells of the Italian North End.
    Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure (Boston)

    Boston Common, Boston

    • Compete in a fun, interactive scavenger hunt around the city of Boston guided by your smartphone
    • Answer questions and complete challenges to guide you to your next location on the tour
    • Adventure by famous Boston landmarks along the Freedom Trail, Boston Common, and old cemeteries
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    New England Coastal Tour

    Capture the beautiful scenery of the New England coast on this luxury coach tour from Boston, affording postcard-worthy views of beaches, harbors, wetlands, rugged cliffs and lighthouses. Travel north through North Shore and along the rocky coast of Maine, stopping in the quaint town of Kennebunkport for lunch and free time to walk around. In York, visit famous Nubble Light (the Cape Neddick Lighthouse), one of the most iconic lighthouses in the country, and then view President Bush's summer home from Walker Point. You will hop aboard a luxury air-conditioned coach for a comfortable, scenic ride north through North Shore, the region between Boston and New Hampshire. Soak up views of the rocky coastline dotted with marshes, wetlands, beaches and harbors. Your guide will explain why this is an important historical, cultural and economic region of Massachusetts. You'll also learn that it contains the city of Salem, the site of the Salem Witch Trials. When you cross the Main border, stop in the town of Kennebunkport for free time to enjoy lunch on your own at one of the many eateries. Kennebunk's charming tree-lined streets showcase typical 18th- and 19th-century architecture constructed by merchants and sea captains. Afterward, continue your journey along the coast. Your next stop is Nubble Light, formally known as the Cape Neddick Lighthouse. Located on Cape Neddick near entrance to York River, this 19th-century lighthouse is a famous American icon and a classic example of a picturesque lighthouse, so be sure to snap some photos! You'll also drive by Walker Point to view President Bush's summer home. Return to Kennebunkport for more free time to walk around and browse shops, and then relax on your ride back to Boston.
    New England Coastal Tour

    Downtown, Boston

    • Take in the beautiful New England coastline on a cruise that takes you all the way to Maine
    • Stop in Kennebunkport, Maine for lunch by coach, with added free time to walk around on your own
    • Soak up views of the rocky coastline dotted with marshes, wetlands, beaches and harbors
    • See some of the most iconic images of lighthouses and other nautical fixtures
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    Harbor Island Cruise

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    Get away from the hustle and bustle of the city by exploring the Boston Harbor Islands on this relaxing and crowd-free boat tour. This two-hour cruise will take you past the lush islands and numerous points of interest of the Boston Harbor, such as Long Island, Nixes Mate, a mysterious sunken island, Long Island Head Light, the oldest lighthouse in America, Fort Warren on George's Island, and Lovell's Island -- among many other, fascinating sights. Commentary from local legends will be shared by your friendly and knowledgeable captain. Soak up the sun on the ship's open deck or relax in the shade midship while you sit back and take in the sights. Complimentary soft drinks and water will be provided, but feel free to bring your own picnic or purchase alcoholic beverages on board for this excellent nautical adventure.
    Harbor Island Cruise

    60 Rowes Wharf, Boston

    • Enjoy a relaxing sail to the Boston Harbor Islands
    • Take advantage of numerous photo ops as you see Fort Independence and Spectacle Island
    • Cruise by Long Island and see Long Island Head Light
    • Hear about sailing lore and historical background of the islands
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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.
    Downtown Freedom Trail Tour: History and Architecture

    Congress St & State St, Boston

    • Explore the historic cobblestone streets that surround the city of Boston
    • Learn about the city's exciting history in the formation of the United States
    • Visit scenic locations such as Old State House, Boston Massacre Site, and Boston Common
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    Cambridge, Lexington and Concord Sightseeing Tour

    You'll drive along 'Tory Row' to admire 18th-century Colonial mansions and learn about the American Revolutionary War from your expert local guide. Visit Cambridge Common, where George Washington gathered his troops. Spot the former home of writer Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, whose famous 1860 poem, 'Paul Revere's Ride,' commemorates Paul Revere for riding through Boston, warning the patriots of an oncoming British attack. Then, arrive at the oldest part of Harvard University: Harvard Yard, a beautiful grassy area spanning 25 acres (10 hectares).

    Visit Lexington Green, the site of the Battle of Lexington where some of the war's first shots were fired in 1775. Learn how Captain John Parker commanded the Lexington militia during the Battle of Lexington on April 19, 1775.

    In Concord, journey past the homes of world-renowned writers and poets like Nathaniel Hawthorne, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Louisa May Alcott, author of Little Women. Visit a famous battle trail from the Revolutionary War and listen as your guide illustrates interesting historical anecdotes. Finally, make your way to the Old North Bridge, now part of the Minute Man National Historical Park.
    Cambridge, Lexington and Concord Sightseeing Tour

    1 Seaport Ln, Boston

    • Take a three and a half hour morning tour through the best sights of Boston's most iconic areas
    • Journey passed important areas on Cambridge, Lexington and Concord, and gain insight about George Washington and Paul Revere
    • See everything from Lexington Green to the homes of important writers like Nathaniel Hawthorne
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    Bewitched Historical Tour

    Double, double toil and trouble, fire burn, and cauldron bubble! When it comes to historical Salem, something spooky is always brewing! Get a taste for yourself during this educational walking tour, and in the process find out just how brave you really are! You'll hit the town with a local guide, who will help you dig through the fiction, and unearth the truth of Salem's shady past. Enjoy historical insights, fun facts, and riveting anecdotes as you meander at a leisurely pace! Topics include the infamous 1692 Salem Witch Trials, colonial history, and even present-day witchcraft. You'll visit historical sites, and a few that are rumored to have supernatural inhabitants! For the history buff, this is the kind of tour that will really cast its spell on you!
    Bewitched Historical Tour

    180 Essex St, Salem

    • Explore historical Salem during a guided walking tour led by a knowledgeable local
    • Learn about the infamous witch trials and the main figures involved
    • Visit sites tied to Salem's colonial past, a few of which are reported to be haunted
    • Treat yourself to an educational and eye-opening walk around Salem
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    Freedom Trail Tour

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    Boston's historic center may be small, but it packs in so much history. From an experiment in Puritan exclusiveness to an all inclusive modern metropolis, every street, corner and building whispers stories of the past. The Boston Massacre and the original Tea Party took place here, and Sam Adams, Ben Franklin and George Washington all roamed its streets. Now's your chance to stroll the Freedom Trail's ancient paths! Pass by historic cemeteries and colonial stone houses all the while hearing tales of rebellion, war and the independence of a nation. It's the epic story of Boston's rise and America's birth you won't want to miss!
    Freedom Trail Tour

    Park St T Station, Boston

    • Tour the historically rich city of Boston by foot with an expert guide
    • Visit the locations of The Boston Massacre and Boston Tea Party
    • Stroll down the Freedom Trail while hearing tales of war and rebellion
    • Cover city hot spots like the Boston Commons and the Massachusetts State House
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    Cambridge, Lexington and Concord Tour

    This fascinating historical day trip from Boston takes you to the famous nearby Massachusetts cities of Cambridge, Lexington and Concord. Journey along the Battle Road Trail, follow the route Paul Revere took, and visit Harvard Yard and Cambridge Common, both US National Historic Landmarks. You'll also stand on legendary Lexington Battle Green - the site of the infamous Battle of Lexington - and pass the homes of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Louisa May Alcott. Your expert guide will teach you all about this area's prominent role in the Revolutionary War and the Civil War while taking you to the cities' most famous sights and off-the-beaten path locales.
    Cambridge, Lexington and Concord Tour

    South End, Boston

    • Tour the most prominent and historical areas of Cambridge, Lexington, and Concord
    • Start off with a drive to Cambridge Common and take in all its historic and academic sights
    • See areas relative to the Revolutionary War and enjoy learning their facts and history
    • Uncover all facets of these areas with a tour that drives you to the sites and then let's you take a scroll
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    North End Guided Walking Tour

    On this small-group walking tour of Boston's North End district, listen as your expert historian guide gives you an interesting historical account of the crucial role this area of Boston played in American history. Begin your tour near Blackstone Block, a small network of alleyways and structures in a neighborhood that John Hancock once called home. Marvel at several of the 18th-century buildings still standing relatively unaltered.

    Work your way through a maze of winding colonial-era streets and learn about some of the most significant moments in American history, such as the American Revolution and the Boston Tea Party. You'll also walk through Haymarket, one of the longest standing outdoor markets where many in the North End can still buy their groceries.

    Discover how longshoremen (dock workers) came to call the North End home as the city's shipping industry developed over time. Once home to African slaves, the area soon filled with Portuguese, Jewish, Irish and Italian immigrants. Learn how the area's diverse ethnic and racial influences have evolved since the country's inception more than 200 years ago.

    After your walking tour, grab a bite to eat at one of the many delicious Italian restaurants -- the North End is known for exquisite Italian cuisine!
    North End Guided Walking Tour

    North End, Boston

    • Enjoy a three hour guided walking tour through Boston's historic North End
    • Have an expert historian guide teach you all about the historic aspects of the area and its most important sites
    • Witness the Colonial-era streets and immerse yourself in a discussion about the American Revolution and the Boston Tea Party
    • Grab a bite to eat at one of the many delicious Italian restaurants after your tour ends
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    Plimoth Plantation Living Museum Day Trip

    Journey back in time and see how life was for the Pilgrims and Wampanoag American Indians in the 1600s on this day tour to the Plimoth Plantation, a living museum south of Boston in Plymouth, Massachusetts. Interact with costumed actors who reenact the Pilgrims' daily tasks in the English colony and check out a Wampanoag home site that has been recreated alongside the colony. Board the Mayflower II, a replica of the ship that brought the pilgrims to the New World, to complete your trip into colonial America. Travel by air-conditioned luxury coach 45 miles (72 km) south while listening to your professional guide explain the history of Plymouth and the arrival of the first pilgrims on the Mayflower. When you reach Plimouth Plantation, immerse yourself in this living museum where you meet convincing actors who speak old English as they tell you about their daily life in this historically accurate recreation of the small English colony. Watch how the blacksmithing, cooking and farming was done in the early 1600s and feel free to ask questions of the knowledgeable actors.

    At the Wampanoag home site next to the colony, you'll meet American Indians from different nations who demonstrate how the Wampanoag's ancestors lived and talk about how they interacted with the pilgrims. They also tell you about how they live in present day and will answer questions. Don't miss the Craft Center at Plimouth Plantation, where contemporary artisans show the 17th century techniques that American Indians and English colonists used to make tools, pots, headdresses, clothing and furniture. The center aims to preserve the knowledge of these ancient technologies. You'll have free time in to check out the waterfront where you'll find Plymouth Rock and the Mayflower II, a replica of the original ship that the English colonists sailed to Plymouth. Historical actors describe the journey and living conditions aboard the Mayflower during the Atlantic crossing, bringing history to life with vivid detail as you walk about the ship. Or choose to climb Cole's Hill, a National Historic Landmark, which contains the first cemetery used by the pilgrims in 1620.
    Plimoth Plantation Living Museum Day Trip

    16 South Charles Street, Boston

    • Take a step back into the history of the Plymouth Plantation
    • Explore a replica of the Mayflower ship that brought the pilgrims to the area
    • See Plymouth Rock, the traditional site of disembarkation by the pilgrims
    • Enjoy learning what life was like back in the 1600s from historical actors
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