10 reasons to visit Boston in the Winter time!

  1. The holiday season in Boston is a magical time, with festive lights and decorations throughout the city and a variety of holiday markets and events.
  2. The city is home to some of the best ice skating rinks in the country, including the iconic Frog Pond on the Boston Common.
  3. Boston has a rich cultural and historical scene, with numerous museums and landmarks to explore, such as the Freedom Trail and the Museum of Fine Arts.
  4. The city is home to a number of world-class restaurants and cafes, making it the perfect destination for foodies looking to try some of the best cuisine in the country.
  5. Boston is known for its sports culture, and the winter season is a great time to catch a game at one of the city’s many sports venues, including Fenway Park and catch a Bruins or Celtics game at the TD Garden.
  6. The city’s location on the East Coast makes it a great destination for skiing and snowboarding, with several ski resorts within a short drive of the city.
  7. The winter months offer a great opportunity to try some of the city’s famous seafood, such as lobster and clam chowder.
  8. Boston’s vibrant nightlife scene includes a number of cozy bars and pubs perfect for warming up on a cold winter night.
  9. The city is home to a number of outdoor ice sculptures and holiday displays, making it a great destination for photographers looking to capture some winter magic.
  10. Boston is a great place to get a head start on holiday shopping, with a variety of unique local boutiques and stores to explore.

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4 hours
Group Size
1 to 6


A four-hour combination walking and riding tour. In this extended tour, you will stroll through the historic North End. Perhaps have a snack from a famous North End pastry shop. See the Old North Church and Paul Revere's house, Explore Copp's Hill Burial Ground and learn about the "Spite House", the "Brink's Job" robbery. and the Great Molasses Flood and so much more. Stroll through the cobbled streets near Faneuil Hall and learn about our Revolutionary War past. Drive through downtown, Historic Beacon Hill, the Back Bay, and Fenway. If time permits head over the Charles River to MIT & Harvard. Travel through the new and vibrant Seaport District and along the beautiful Boston Harbor.

3 hours
Group Size
Up to 10

Freedom Trail Tours - 3 Options available

Experience more than 250 years of history on Boston’s Freedom Trail which is a 2.5 mile red line connecting 16 historically significant sites.

The Freedom Trail is a unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution and beyond.

2 hours 30 minutes
Group Size
Up to 6

The Overview Tour

This tour covers the many exciting sites & attractions of Boston, Cambridge & Charlestown in a short amount of time. See sites along the waterfront, through the North End, Charlestown, The West End, Beacon Hill, Back Bay, and Cambridge, if time permits also see portions of Harvard and MIT.