Springtime in Boston is blooming!

Ah, Boston. A city steeped in history, buzzing with academic energy, and famous for its wicked good chowda. But what many don’t realize is that spring in Beantown is nothing short of magical.


Nature’s Grand Awakening

The city awakens from its winter slumber with a burst of color. Stroll through Boston Common, the nation’s oldest public park. Take a ride on the iconic Swan Boats in the Public Garden, a springtime tradition since the Victorian era and marvel the vibrant display of daffodils and tulips.Cruise along the Charles River Esplanade, where cherry blossoms paint the landscape pink, and watch crew teams slice through the glassy water.


A City in Motion

Spring is a time for activity in Boston. The world-famous Boston Marathon takes place on Patriots’ Day, a citywide celebration that electrifies the atmosphere. Lace up your own sneakers and join the throngs cheering on runners along the historic course. Rent a bike and explore the miles of waterfront trails that hug Boston Harbor, offering stunning cityscapes and salty breezes.


History Comes Alive

Spring is the perfect time to explore Boston’s rich history. Walk with one of our guides along the Freedom Trail that winds past iconic landmarks like the Old North Church and Faneuil Hall. Duck into museums that come alive with special springtime exhibits, or take a harbor cruise to learn about the city’s maritime past.


A Feast for the Senses

Spring awakens the taste buds as well. Local farmers markets burst with fresh produce, perfect for picking up ingredients for a picnic lunch on the Boston Common. Seafood lovers rejoice, as spring brings the freshest catches to the city’s renowned restaurants. And don’t forget to indulge in a classic Boston Cream Pie – a sweet reward after a day of exploring.


Spring in Boston is a vibrant tapestry woven with blooming landscapes, exciting events, and a rich array of history. So, pack your walking shoes, bring your appetite, and get ready to experience Beantown at its most delightful. Our guides will show you all the beuty and splendor that makes bosotn so amazing in the springtime!


Lead Guide Neal has been a licensed guide for 35 years and is a member of the Greater Boston Tour Guide Association. As a father of three, as well as a newly retired middle school teacher he welcomes families on all...

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Tour-in-Four -- 4 Hour Private Tour

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.

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3 hours
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Private Freedom Trail Tours - 3 Option 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.

The price listed for for all walking tours is for up to 10 participants. Each additional guest is $10.00/person up to 30 people.

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