Turn back the pages of history and relive the bustling seaport days of colonial Boston, and the history of the American Revolution with the Old Town Trolley Narrated Tour. This hop-on/hop-off pass includes admission to the Old State House Museum and a 45 Minute Boston Harbor Cruise. Known as "the Cradle of Liberty," Boston is a patriotic city that is home to much of America's history, and your guide will be happy to fill in the facts about the different sites on the route.
You'll have the opportunity to stand on the grounds of Faneuil Hall where Samuel Adams and James Otis shouted out to fellow citizens in a persuasion to seek freedom from England. At the Old State House, you'll see the site where the bloody Boston Massacre took the lives of innocent colonists. Other stops include Beacon Hill where a costumed guide will discuss the city's architectural influences, and hotspots such as the New England Aquarium, North End, Newberry St., Chinatown, and many more.
Conducting tours for over 30 years, this company has the largest trolley fleet in the city, and consequently the most frequent pick-up service, so you won't waste any time in anticipation for your next stop. Look for the orange and green trolley's and prepare for a fun and educational day in Boston.
You'll also be taken on a tour of Beacon Hill by a 19th century costumed guide, where you'll learn about this city's fascinating history architectural influence. Get off and on at any designated stop, re-boarding another trolley for the completion of your tour. It's the best way to see this history-rich city.
Points of Interest
- New England Aquarium
- Faneuil Hall Marketplace
- Old State House
- Historic North End
- USS Constitution
- Bunker Hill Monument
- Beacon Hill
- Bull & Finch Pub (the inspiration for "Cheers!")
- Newbury Street
Guests will also be able to enjoy free admission into the Old State House Museum, a free Harbor Cruise (Seasonally, typically Mar - Oct), and free admission into the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum.