Downtown Freedom Trail to Back Bay via Beacon Hill Walking Tour
Duration: Up to 2 hours
- Explore the distinct charms of Boston's distinct neighborhoods.
- From the iconic Beacon Hill, get a bird's eye view of the city.
- Listen to a professional guide's experiences and recommendations.
Make Boston yours on this guided walking tour that takes you through the city's beauty, culture, and history, from its early beginnings to its remarkable 19th-century architecture, as well as the special charm that its unique neighborhoods retain today!
While strolling through the Public Garden, discover how the upper crust sees the city from atop Beacon Hill, and watch the Swan Boats pass under the world's tiniest suspension bridge. Before you lose yourself in awe of the exquisite Copley Square, your guide will weave tales of the past, including when, why, and how the Back Bay was filled.
Highlights of this 2-hour guided tour include:
The Freedom Trail's historic Revolutionary War era sites from Faneuil Hall to Boston Common
The quirky, vibrant architecture and streets of Downtown Boston
Historic Beacon Hill's cobblestone drives & gaslights
The 19th century Back Bay area & Boston Public Garden
Copley Square in all its beauty and grace
- Guided tour
- Food and drinks
- Children (ages 5-16)
- Children (ages 0-4): free
Meet at the northwest corner of State and Congress Streets, outside the Citizens Bank building at 28 State Street and across from the Old State House in Boston.
Please refer to the calendar for updated starting times and availability.
Good news! No extra fees are applied to this booking.
Receive a 100% refund if you cancel up to 14 days before the experience begins. If you cancel up to 7 days before, you can still receive a 50% refund.