3-Day Boston Group Tour

This 3-Day Boston Group Tour is a great way to learn about American History. The Greater Boston area offers many original sites and attractions as well. Plimoth Plantation, located south of Boston, gives groups the opportunities to see how people lived long before we became a nation. The Lexington & Concord areas have a great view into the beginnings of the American Revolutionary War.
Group tours to Boston offer many exciting opportunities for a variety of different age groups. Boston offers great activities including museums, historical sites, and activities like whale watching. This tour incorporates each of these into an easy-to-follow format. This tour may be customized to fit your group’s needs. Generally, this tour is best suited for 40 or more participants.


New England Aquarium
Have you ever wished you could be a penguin? Do you want to know how many fish there are in the sea? Do you know how to build your own deep-sea vent? Here you will be able to find this and much more at one of Boston’s most popular attractions.


Boston Harbor Cruise
Boston Group Tours enjoy a 45 minutes harbor cruise learning about the history of Boston, famous characters, familiar sites, and more. You will not be disappointed. Also on the cruise, you’ll make a stop at the USS Constitution and see the world’s oldest commissioned warship still afloat.


USS Constitution
You may visit the the USS Constitution either after taking a Boston Harbor Cruise or along the Freedom Trail. You may visit the USS Constitution either after taking a Boston Harbor Cruise or along the Freedom Trail as you will make a stop at the USS Constitution and learn all about the history of the world’s oldest commissioned warship still afloat, you will be amazed by it’s stories and proud past.


Harriet Tubman House
This site honors the memory of the famous abolitionist and underground railroad leader Harriet Tubman (1820-1913). Born into slavery, Tubman escaped in 1839. She made nineteen trips into slave territory to lead over 300 slaves to freedom!


Freedom Trail
A 2.5-mile-long route marked on sidewalks by a redbrick or paintedred line, winds along some of Boston’s most noteworthy historical sites, including the Paul Revere House, Old North Church and its lanterns (“one if by land, two if by sea” to warn of British attack) and Old South Meeting House, where Colonists in 1773 orchestrated the less than genteel Boston Tea Party.


Faneuil Hall and Marketplace
If you are ready to see, taste and touch a true Boston experience, come to the historic and exciting Faneuil Hall and Marketplace. This is the place to buy Boston sweatshirts, baked beans, clam chowder and the famous Boston tea bags.


Old North Church
This Episcopal church built in 1723 is the oldest church building in Boston, where the first set of bells brought to the American continent sounded in 1744. It was here that Paul Revere had the signal sent out to warn of the method by which the British soldiers were approaching.


JFK Memorial Library & Museum
This museum uses Kennedy’s own voice to tell his story. You’ll love the vintage photos presenting Kennedy’s life and presidency. You’ll step inside a replica of the democratic campaign and convention where Kennedy was nominated as their candidate for president, and you’ll experience the presidential debates. You’ll experience the race for space exploration of which Kennedy’s presidency played a part, stand in Kennedy’s oval office, and learn more about the First Lady – all while hearing recordings of the actual history while it was lived.


Harvard Museum of Natural History
The Harvard Museum of Natural History (HMNH) is the public museum of Harvard University’s three natural history institutions: the Harvard University Herbaria, the Museum of Comparative Zoology, and the Mineralogical and Geological Museum. Through exhibitions and an array of programs, the HMNH presents a historic and interdisciplinary exploration of science and nature.


Museum of Science
Your group can spend a couple of hours or the whole day at this hands-on museum that has something exciting for the entire group. With over 600 exhibits, you can’t help but learn something new at every turn. The Boston Science Museum offers live presentations, IMAX & Planetarium shows, lectures, special programs and more. There is also a museum shop and cage on site.


The Mapparium is a three-story, stained-glass globe within a large room. Visitors are invited to cross a glass bridge into the illuminated spherical space and ponder how ideas have expanded and shaped the world. This site is one of the most unique in all of Boston and is a must-see for any travel group.


Boston Duck Tour
The fun begins for your group as soon as you board your “DUCK”, an authentic, renovated World War II amphibious landing vehicle. Your group will pass by all the places that make Boston the birthplace of freedom. Just when you think you’ve seen it all your DUCK splashes right into the Charles River to provide a breathtaking view of the Boston and Cambridge skylines.

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