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On foot, in a trolley-like bus, in a motorcoach, or in a WWII-vintage amphibious vehicle—tours of Boston take you any way you like.




If you intend to take one or more tours and to visit several historic sights, museums and attractions in Boston, consider buying a Go Boston Card which can save you money.


The Freedom Trail takes you to many spots and sights important to American colonial and revolutionary history. Both guided and self-guided tours are available, and the guided tours are included in the Go Boston Card. More...

My Beacon Hill to Faneuil Hall Walking Tour itinerary shows you the important historic sites in downtown Boston. My North End and Charlestown Walking Tour shows you Old North Church, Bunker Hill, "Old Ironsides" and more.

The Histrionic Academy provides knowledgeable costumed interpreters to personally guide you around Boston's most interesting and important locations and sights. Tel 617-938-7289.


Duck Tours are Boston's zaniest and most fun tours. You ride in a WWII-era amphibious "duck" through the streets of Boston, then you cruise up the Charles River or in Boston Harbor. More...


Trolley-like buses take you along a route connecting all the major sights. Beantown Trolley is one of these, available as part of the Go Boston Card.


Boston Harbor Cruises will take you out on the water to show you Boston from the sea. An altenative is...


Several companies offer whale watching cruises from Boston (some available with the Go Boston Card), but perhaps the most authoritative are those operated by the New England Aquarium. More...

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Boston Duck Tour, Boston MA

An amphibious "duck" of Boston Duck Tours cruises Boston's main streets and will later drive into the Charles River for a short cruise.





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