- Visit key sites from American history including Boston Harbor
- Walk the legendary Freedom Trail with a knowledgeable guide
- Break for lunch at the famous Quincy Market
Step back in time to a period when, arguably, modern American history began with this fascinating guided tour of Boston from New York City. Travelling by comfortable air-conditioned vehicle in the company of a professional tour guide, you’ll visit a series of famed historic landmarks including Harvard University in Cambridge, perhaps the world’s most prestigious educational institution; the Boston Harbor where the infamous Tea Party took place in 1773, leading to the American Revolution, and of course take a walk along the Freedom Trail through Boston Common Park.
No taxation without representation, and no visit to Boston complete without a visit to Quincy Market. This Boston institution serves up some of the finest clam chowder and lobster rolls around, so a perfect place for lunch. You’ll also see other notable sites including Copley Square, the navy ship Constitution, Bunker Hill and much much more, before returning along the East Coast to New York. It’s a long day, but one you won’t forget - Boston is probably the most important city in the founding of the United States, anyone with even a passing interest in American history will love it.