America’s proud history is never more tangible that in the golden sunset on Boston Harbor when the USS Constitution serenades the dying light with a booming canon salute that echoes the country’s revolutionary past.
Boston is rich in colonial history, period architecture and colorful immigrant neighborhoods that yearn to be explored. Take a walking tour of historic Boston led by entertaining costumed characters who relate the tall tales of the city’s colonial past and central role in the American revolution; traverse the artificial waterway that connects Cape Cod to mainland Massachusetts and view the Kennedy mansion, explore quaint Provincetown, and watch the sunset over Boston Harbor. You can also add a range of optional tours to this flexible trip, including a whale watching excursion and a visit to iconic Harvard University.
This is a vibrant city where authentic Irish pubs are crowded with revelers and America’s revolutionary history is celebrated with pomp and pageantry. Your experienced team of local guides and private drivers will showcase the rich history, quaint old-world charm and natural beauty of the Boston area in all its resplendent glory, while you enjoy the finest elegant luxury in one of the most renowned hotels in the city.
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Take an hour and a half long walking history tour of Boston, Massachusetts. Join our merry band of revolutionaries for an exciting journey through Colonial Boston and the American Revolution. Let Captain David Hawkins, Corporal Jonathan Hoyt, Bully Jim Denton, Freelove Bliss, and others show you Boston's Historic Freedom Trail like you've never seen it before. America's Path to Independence, the walking tour of Boston is led by unique colonial characters created by trained historical interpreters. During your tour you'll see The Boston Common, Old Granary Burying Ground, Kings Chapel, and the Old South Meeting House, to name just a few. Led by costumed characters telling tales from the colonial era, this is a wonderful way to learn about Boston's past.
Cross the Cape Cod Canal into a world of scrub pine and sand dunes. The Cape Cod Canal is an artificial waterway traversing the narrow neck of land that joins Cape Cod to mainland Massachusetts. In Hyannisport a small residential village, enjoy a lectured cruise on Lewis Bay, with a close up view of the Kennedy Compound. Time at leisure for lunch (not included) after the cruise. Then travel through quaint towns to Provincetown, known for its beautiful beaches and picturesque dune lands, where you will have ample time for shopping.
A spectacular sunset adds a whole new dimension to this 90 minute sightseeing tour. With this cruise you’ll be introduced to all the history, sights and lore that Boston Harbor has to offer, plus you’ll be on hand to witness the USS Constitution’s sunset serenade as she fires her cannon and lowers her flag ceremoniously signaling the day’s end.
There are lots of things you can see and do during your stay in Boston... Take a guided walking tour through the most interesting neighborhoods of the city; try the Boston Duck tour - an authentic World War II amphibious landing vehicle, renovated for sightseeing, or lunch on a boat cruise while viewing the spectacular Boston skyline. Consider taking a day trip to Plimoth Plantation where you will become part of the Pilgrims' 17th century world. Want to explore some witchcraft? Take the Salem Witch city tour. From April to October, you can enjoy a catamaran whale cruise. Please ask Sales Advisor if you are interested in any of these tour options.
Facing the Public Garden and adjacent to Newbury Street boutiques, the luxurious, historical Taj hotel was built in 1927, and is 1 block from Boston Common and 2 blocks from the theater district. The hotel features an afternoon tea in The Lounge, which showcases 19th-century art and antiques. The 273 large guestrooms at this Boston hotel offer high-speed Internet access, complimentary bottled water, bathrobes and slippers, pay movies and video games, and CD players.
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