Pilgrims and Patriots Tour

Few cities are as rich with American History as Boston. The days of the American colonies went hand in hand with revolution, and your Pilgrims and Patriots Tour in this amazing city will let you experience it all.


Concord Museum
This museum is one of few to offer a collection of exhibits dating back before the Civil War. View the lantern referenced in Paul Revere’s Ride, Thoreau’s cabin furnishings from Walden Pond, and much more.


Minuteman National Historic Park
MinutemanLearn about the American Revolution while exploring historic sites and landscapes like the North Bridge and the Battle Road Trail.


National Heritage Museum (Lexington, MA self-guided)
This museum is filled with exciting stories of adventure, patriotism, invention, and community allowing you to experience the spirit of America.


Harvard Square
Play, shop, or eat in this bustling Cambridge neighborhood.


Boston Harbor Sunset Cruise
Enjoy this spectacular sunset with a fully narrated, 90-minute sightseeing tour. You will be introduced to all the history and sights that Boston Harbor has to offer. You will also see the USS Constitution’s traditional sunset ritual as she fires her cannon and lowers her flag signaling the day’s end.


Plimouth Plantation & Mayflower II
Colonial BostonGain understanding of New England’s early European settlers and their day to day lives when you visit the plantation. See what they endured to get to America as you view the ship recreation Mayflower II.


Paul Revere House
This house is the oldest one in downtown Boston. It was once the dwelling of Paul Revere, the patriotic silversmith.


Bunker Hill Bunker Hill Monument
This monument was erected in memory of the American Revolution’s first major battle.


Dead of Night Ghost Tours
Walk the dark cemetery paths of Burial Hill by lantern light amid talk of ghosts and mystery.


Freedom Trail (with Boston Tour Guide)
Conceived by a local journalist, the Freedom Trail highlights historic sites. Beginning at Boston Common, it winds through downtown Boston, into Charleston, and ends at Bunker Hill.


Faneuil Hall and Marketplace
Faneuil Hall is a marketplace and meeting hall that has hosted inspirational speeches by Samuel Adams and other patriots.


USS Constitution
Visit the oldest warship in the world which is still afloat.


Old North Church
Old South Meeting HouseBuilt in 1723, this Episcopal Church is Boston’s oldest church. The first bells brought to America sounded in the Old North Church in 1744.


Old South Meeting House
The Old South Meeting House is a Puritan church that marks the starting location for the Boston Tea Party.

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