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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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    Boston in One Day Sightseeing Tour

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    Meet in Downtown Boston in the morning or arrange for pickup from your hotel. Get ready for a full day of sightseeing! Throughout your 7-hour tour, you'll see the Boston area's main must-see sights while learning some fascinating history from your expert guide. Start with a drive by comfortable coach to the nearby town of Lexington, where you'll stop to visit historic Harvard Square at Harvard University and the Lexington Battle Green (formally Lexington Common), the site of the first shots of the American Revolutionary War. Your guide will entertain you with historical anecdotes as you obverse this US National Historic Landmark. Next, head to the town of Concord to see the Battle Road Trail, the route that Paul Revere took when he warned the Minutemen about the oncoming of British troops. You'll also see the homes of novelist Louisa May Alcott and essayist and poet Ralph Waldo Emerson, and stop by the notable Old North Bridge. Back in Boston, start your afternoon with 1.5 hours of free time at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace (Quincy Market) to explore, shop and have lunch on your own. Then, back on the bus and begin your narrated sightseeing tour of Boston. View Beacon Hill's 18th-century steeples and stately townhouses and explore the West End and North End neighborhoods. See the New England Aquarium from the outside, cruise through the Seaport District, view the site of the Boston Massacre, and stop to visit the USS Constitution, a wooden-hulled, masted ship named by President George Washington after the US Constitution. This is the world's oldest commissioned naval vessel still afloat!
    Boston in One Day Sightseeing Tour

    16 Charles Street S, Boston

    • See all of Boston's highlights on a 7 hour tour that covers major sightseeing areas
    • Enjoy a coach drive to Lexington and visit the historic Harvard Square and Cambridge
    • Stop at Quincy Market and unwind with a brief stop and a 90 minute lunch on your own
    • End the day with knowledge and insight about these historic sites
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    Salem Witch City Day Trip From Boston

    Immerse yourself in the fascinating history of the Salem Witch Trials on this sightseeing day trip from Boston. Visit Marblehead -- the birthplace of the American Navy -- to visit Abbott Hall, listed on the US National Register of Historic Places. As you then explore Salem by coach, your guide will tell you about the infamous witchcraft trials of 1692, as well as the general history of Salem, which was one of the most significant seaports in early America. See Nathaniel Hawthorne's Custom House and the House of Seven Gables, and then enjoy free time to browse kitschy Halloween shops and Wiccan boutiques, tour witch-themed attractions, and visit the Salem Witch Museum (own expense). You'll take a comfortable 40-minute drive north to Salem by luxury, air-conditioned coach. Along the way, your expert guide will give you a historical overview of this infamous port city that was the site of the infamous Salem Witch Trials. Start your sightseeing adventure with a stop in the coastal town of Marblehead, the birthplace of the American Navy and Marine Corps Aviation and a yachting capital of the US. Visit Abott Hall, a town hall and historical museum listed on the US National Register of Historic Places, where you'll see Archibald M Willard's The Spirit of 76. Your guide will explain this famous painting's interesting significance. Continue your drive to Salem, one of early America's most significant seaports. It's best known as being the site of the Salem Witch Trials of 1692, and consequently the subject of Arthur Miller's celebrated book, The Crucible. As you explore the city by coach, you'll learn about the history of these infamous witchcraft trials, which were a series of hearings and prosecutions of people accused of witchcraft in colonial Massachusetts. Travel down Derby Street to see the House of Seven Gables and the Custom House, the former workplace of Nathaniel Hawthorne, a famous novelist who was born in Salem. When you reach the neighborhood of Pickering Wharf, enjoy free time to walk around and have lunch on your own. You'll discover that this city is a mix of important historic sites and kitschy Halloween stores, witch-themed attractions, Wiccan boutiques and a vibrant downtown with more than 60 restaurants, cafes and coffee shops. If you like, you can visit the Salem Witch Museum (own expense) for a more in-depth look at the witchcraft trials. After your time in Salem, relax on the drive back to your Boston hotel.
    Salem Witch City Day Trip From Boston

    1 Walnut St, Boston

    • Enjoy a day trip from Boston and explore Salem by coach as you hit all its major points of interest
    • Toss the history books aside and see the sites of the Salem Witch Trials for yourself
    • See Nathaniel Hawthorne's Custom House and the House of Seven Gables
    • Have lunch on your own and take in the allure of this haunting and bewitching area
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