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Sail on the Schooner Fame of Salem
Haul up the sails! Take the tiller! Or just chill out with a local craft beer or Deacon Stormy while our historic schooner slides through Salem Sound past lighthouses, forts, and waterfront homes. The captain and crew will explain the significance of the FAME, privateering, and the War of 1812. The firing of the cannon is always a highlight! We'll motor out from Pickering Wharf in downtown Salem and call for volunteers to help raise the sails. Depending on the wind, we may shape a course toward Beverly... or Marblehead... or head straight out toward the islands! Our interactive crew point out landmarks, explain the operation of the schooner, and mix drinks with equal facility. The sails last roughly an hour and forty minutes. When we return to Pickering Wharf, you're right in the heart of downtown Salem — perfectly placed for a meal, a drink, or a stroll! Note: We will not sail if steady rain, high winds, or thick fog are expected; you will be refunded. Message us if you are unsure about the forecast. Dress for the weather — you are exposed to the elements on our 1812 schooner! This trip is NOT appropriate for infants or toddlers. But once kids are 4-5 years old, they really enjoy it! The schooner is certified for 49 passengers plus crew, but since 2021 we are sailing at 60% capacity, which means there will be a maximum of 29 guests on your sail.
Bloodlust: Mysteries of Victorian Boston
In the late 1800s, Boston experienced a rash of gruesome murders and unexplained phenomena. The “Boston Medical and Surgical Journal” observed, “The increase in the number of the criminally insane has been exceptionally rapid…” Most interesting was the way one community reacted to this – The South End, the country’s oldest and largest Victorian neighborhood. Not only was there a reawakening of the notorious Witchcraft Trials that happened 200 years earlier, but people were also accused of being vampires and conversing with the dead – all while serial murders and molesters lurked just out of sight. Explore this quaint post-Civil War suburb, its architectural gems and strange statuary that tourist rarely get to see. Then delve into the concerns of the people who lived here, their art, science, politics and stories of true crime, with demonstrations on Victorian phantasmagoria and the new fields of forensics and toxicology. Did you know that one of Boston’s wealthiest entrepreneurs was a woman? So was America’s first accused vampire. We’ve also hosted mad scientists, homicidal healthcare workers and psychologists who treated the mentally ill in unsavory ways. Buried the beneath this neighborhood's eye-catching English gardens and breathtaking brick rowhouses is a unique experience you won’t want to miss, and all within a few blocks of Copley Square and Back Bay. Other things to note We will walk outside, about a mile, through the streets and parks of the South End. We will see architecturally significant homes and churches, the background for a number of historic movie and shows. There will be some graphic discussion of violence and murder. Participant discretion is advised.
Quincy Market & North End Food Tour
Your tour starts at the statue of Samuel Adams - one of Boston’s most iconic residents. From here, you’ll venture into Boston’s markets and neighborhoods, sampling the best of Boston’s foodie fare! Your first stop on your food tour is at Faneuil Hall and its Marketplace. This destination is a lively market located close to the waterfront. We then head to Quincy Market, a bustling food hall popular with locals and visitors alike. Open for nearly 200 years, this market offers soaring architecture, delicious local bites, and plenty of colorful characters. You’ll definitely want to revisit this spot once your tour ends. We’ll then head into the North End neighborhood, where your guide will introduce you to the vast choice of different drinks and bites and you'll get to experience them yourself! From breads to cheeses to pizza, it's got it all - so arrive hungry! As you're munching, our guide will teach you all about the history of the North End - one of Boston's most iconic and popular neighborhoods. Enjoy a stroll down the tree-lined promenade of the Paul Revere Mall and snap a picture of the man himself atop his horse, as your guide tells the immortalized tale of Paul and his Midnight Ride. Finally, we’ll head back to the Rose Kennedy Greenway, a picturesque park where you'll see the unique memorials, fountains, parks, and art exhibits, and where your tour will come to its end
Welcome to the Freedom Trail Tour
You have picked a great time to visit Boston! Boston is one of the most walkable cities in America - it’s lovely to explore on foot. We’ll be walking about 3,000 steps/1 mile. We will meet at a coffee shop along the Freedom Trail. Feel free to buy something there while we get acquainted & start our exploration of the people & events of the founding of Boston & the early years of the American Revolution. We will head out on foot to walk a portion of the Freedom Trail. You will see & learn about the Old State House & the Boston Massacre, the Old Corner Bookstore & the Irish Famine Memorial & the Old South Meeting House - where the Tea Party started. Next, we head up School Street to learn about the Old City Hall & visit the site of the first public school in America. We’ll step into the oldest continuously run hotel in America & explore the rich history of this beautiful hotel. Onto King’s Chapel Church & the oldest burial ground in Boston. We will see the brutalist masterpiece- New City Hall & conclude at the Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market area. You might want to shop or get a drink or meal at one of the many restaurants & bars at the end of the tour. I will share recommendations for things to do & places to eat. Join me to explore Boston & the Freedom Trail. Boston is a beautiful city - rich in history & stories that I want to share with you! Other things to note Whether you are a history buff or just interested in learning more about Boston, join me for a few hours to expand your knowledge of the city in general and the Freedom Trail specifically, including the events of the early Revolution here in Boston.
Walk Your Way Through Boston's History
We will start our tour at the Lenox hotel in the heart of the Back Bay neighborhood, and will end at historic Faneuil Hall where there are endless places to eat and explore after the tour. Not only will we visit the famous Boston Freedom Trail, but also hidden treasures not covered on other tours. My tour runs approximately 2 1/2 hours. Unlike some other walking tours, I try to cover as much of Boston as possible. The walk is not fast paced, but we do cover about two miles. Wear comfortable shoes. The Back Bay - Explore one of Boston's most famous neighborhoods. Home to some of Boston's most beautiful buildings such as the Boston Public Library and the Trinity Church. Boston Public Garden - Visit the beautiful gardens, and say hello to the Swan Boats, and the Make Way for Ducklings statues! If you come during the right time of year, they may even be donning some accessories! Boston Common - Bask in the freedom of the oldest public park in the United States. Cheers Bar - Where everybody knows your name. Beacon Hill - View Boston's most historic neighborhood. Complete with original brick sidewalks and gas lanterns (you can thank some friendly 20th-century neighborhood rioters for those bricks). The New State House - Is as impressive as the political debates inside...we think.

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Every Site on the Freedom Trail
See all 16 of Boston's Iconic Freedom Trail sites in a single 2.5 hour tour! Join the most comprehensive walking tour of the Freedom Trail available, and learn about icons like Paul Revere and John Hancock, along with lesser known stories of women, African Americans, and immigrant patriots and pioneers. Rebels, gangs, Midnight Riders (and a few cheap dad jokes) all feature in the tales on this tour. Tour goers will leave with an understanding of Boston's role in the American Revolution, but also how Boston has pioneered abolition, American education, and immigration. It all happened at these famous sites along the iconic red brick line. This highly interactive tour will begin opposite the Massachusetts State House and conclude in the North End with the best view of the Charlestown Freedom Trail sites. Along the way you'll experience the explosive events of the American Revolution like the Boston Tea Party and the Boston Massacre in the places they happened. Be sure to bring your best questions for our veteran guides! 10:30 am - 1:00 pm, Friday Saturday Sunday May 1st - November 30th. Experience the Revolution with Cambridge Historical Tours!
Sail on the Schooner Fame of Salem
Haul up the sails! Take the tiller! Or just chill out with a local craft beer or Deacon Stormy while our historic schooner slides through Salem Sound past lighthouses, forts, and waterfront homes. The captain and crew will explain the significance of the FAME, privateering, and the War of 1812. The firing of the cannon is always a highlight! We'll motor out from Pickering Wharf in downtown Salem and call for volunteers to help raise the sails. Depending on the wind, we may shape a course toward Beverly... or Marblehead... or head straight out toward the islands! Our interactive crew point out landmarks, explain the operation of the schooner, and mix drinks with equal facility. The sails last roughly an hour and forty minutes. When we return to Pickering Wharf, you're right in the heart of downtown Salem — perfectly placed for a meal, a drink, or a stroll! Note: We will not sail if steady rain, high winds, or thick fog are expected; you will be refunded. Message us if you are unsure about the forecast. Dress for the weather — you are exposed to the elements on our 1812 schooner! This trip is NOT appropriate for infants or toddlers. But once kids are 4-5 years old, they really enjoy it! The schooner is certified for 49 passengers plus crew, but since 2021 we are sailing at 60% capacity, which means there will be a maximum of 29 guests on your sail.
Discover Salem with a Real Witch
Ever wanted to truly understand the history of Salem and be a part of the very real magic of the city with a resident, historian, and modern day witch? This fascinating tour will lead you through the city as you explore the lore, secrets and intricate history of Salem that go beyond just the 1692 trials. This 90 minute journey starts with some important sights such as the famed Samantha statue, the Witch House, the Old Burying Point cemetery, and a few Hocus Pocus locations. It also includes the otherworldly history of spiritualism, the city’s ties with the Parker Brother's Ouija Board , and we finish off near maritime wharf to demonstrate Salem's illustrious maritime history. Along the way, you will learn the truth behind witchcraft as a culture. Prepare to soak in some magical knowledge, ranging from connecting with nature, energy protection, manifesting with the moon and how we interact with the local spirits. This tour even includes locally sourced materials to craft simple spells as we journey through Salem! Our group/coven experience will be personable- limited to 10 guests that will leave time for meaningful questions and answers to create an absolutely spellbinding, one of a kind experience that will deeply connect you with the heart and soul of the city both past and present.
Mobsters, mayhem and murder in Boston
The tour will take you on a scenic route through the heart of Boston, and off the beaten path to areas most tourists do not venture. The tour is an approximately 2.5 hour walk with frequent stops to sit. Omar will tell you not only about general Boston history, but the darker side of Boston's history. This will in include stories about Whitey Bulger, the Boston Strangler, the Mafia and more! There is mature language on this tour, similar to an R-rated movie/TV-MA show. It is not recommended for children under 12. Parental discretion is advised. Other things to note Walking shoes, water, umbrella in case of rain. Be on time, tour starts promptly at the time indicated for the consideration of other guests. This tour will take you off the beaten path and leave you with memories, a knowledge of Boston crime history and at least one funny joke. As someone who grew up here, I can also provide suggestions of local restaurants or places to visit that are hidden gems.
Politically Incorrect Food Tour
There are many food tours in the North End (Boston's Little Italy). What set's my tour apart besides my politically incorrect style is that out of the bunch of food tours that run I am truly a local. (BORN AND RAISED) When I say there are no locals that do these food tours I truly mean that all the other guides that portray themselves as locals are not even from the neighborhood. Not only they weren't born here most don't even live here now. Trust me it's more fun with a real local whom everyone knows. - We will eat our way through Hanover Street where we will discover the best pasticcerias that offer the best cannoli, biscotti, and other Italian favorites. We will discuss the best of the best restaurants and coffee shops. With my culinary background and years of living here and of course eating here you will learn how to not get caught up in the tourist traps. •We will visit authentic Salumeria (Italian Deli) where you will sample best Italian sub ever. -We will visit hidden gems where you will discover a bakery in a basement of 100-year-ol structure •Visit a very unique 80- coffee and spice shop. -Also some secret stops that we will keep as a surprise. -Most of all you will taste great foods and you will laugh all day long. Other things to note Tours will run rain or shine but common sense will also be used It is a Politically Incorrect tour so some adult content
Bloodlust: Mysteries of Victorian Boston
In the late 1800s, Boston experienced a rash of gruesome murders and unexplained phenomena. The “Boston Medical and Surgical Journal” observed, “The increase in the number of the criminally insane has been exceptionally rapid…” Most interesting was the way one community reacted to this – The South End, the country’s oldest and largest Victorian neighborhood. Not only was there a reawakening of the notorious Witchcraft Trials that happened 200 years earlier, but people were also accused of being vampires and conversing with the dead – all while serial murders and molesters lurked just out of sight. Explore this quaint post-Civil War suburb, its architectural gems and strange statuary that tourist rarely get to see. Then delve into the concerns of the people who lived here, their art, science, politics and stories of true crime, with demonstrations on Victorian phantasmagoria and the new fields of forensics and toxicology. Did you know that one of Boston’s wealthiest entrepreneurs was a woman? So was America’s first accused vampire. We’ve also hosted mad scientists, homicidal healthcare workers and psychologists who treated the mentally ill in unsavory ways. Buried the beneath this neighborhood's eye-catching English gardens and breathtaking brick rowhouses is a unique experience you won’t want to miss, and all within a few blocks of Copley Square and Back Bay. Other things to note We will walk outside, about a mile, through the streets and parks of the South End. We will see architecturally significant homes and churches, the background for a number of historic movie and shows. There will be some graphic discussion of violence and murder. Participant discretion is advised.
Quincy Market & North End Food Tour
Your tour starts at the statue of Samuel Adams - one of Boston’s most iconic residents. From here, you’ll venture into Boston’s markets and neighborhoods, sampling the best of Boston’s foodie fare! Your first stop on your food tour is at Faneuil Hall and its Marketplace. This destination is a lively market located close to the waterfront. We then head to Quincy Market, a bustling food hall popular with locals and visitors alike. Open for nearly 200 years, this market offers soaring architecture, delicious local bites, and plenty of colorful characters. You’ll definitely want to revisit this spot once your tour ends. We’ll then head into the North End neighborhood, where your guide will introduce you to the vast choice of different drinks and bites and you'll get to experience them yourself! From breads to cheeses to pizza, it's got it all - so arrive hungry! As you're munching, our guide will teach you all about the history of the North End - one of Boston's most iconic and popular neighborhoods. Enjoy a stroll down the tree-lined promenade of the Paul Revere Mall and snap a picture of the man himself atop his horse, as your guide tells the immortalized tale of Paul and his Midnight Ride. Finally, we’ll head back to the Rose Kennedy Greenway, a picturesque park where you'll see the unique memorials, fountains, parks, and art exhibits, and where your tour will come to its end
Boston's Underground Donut Tour
On this tour, you'll join me as we explore the city and food culture through the medium of donuts. You'll learn history of Boston, each donut location, how they fit into the larger food scene, as well as try some amazing donuts. We start in Boston's financial district at Kane's Donuts. After sampling some delicious donuts, we'll walk along the harbor on our way to Boston's Public Market, where we'll try some amazing apple cider and apple cider donuts. Fresh every day! After that, we'll walk through Boston's North End or Little Italy learning about the history of the neighborhood along the way. Once there, we'll visit one of the North End's oldest bakeries, Bova's where we'll have a uniquely Boston treat. And the last stop on our tour is back at Boston's Public Market where we'll sample some of the best artisanal donuts you'll have in the entire city. We hope you can join us! Other things to note Currently, many of these shops do not have gluten free or dairy free donuts available. We will try to accommodate allergies, but it has been difficult recently. We still welcome you to come on the tour though.
Welcome to the Freedom Trail Tour
You have picked a great time to visit Boston! Boston is one of the most walkable cities in America - it’s lovely to explore on foot. We’ll be walking about 3,000 steps/1 mile. We will meet at a coffee shop along the Freedom Trail. Feel free to buy something there while we get acquainted & start our exploration of the people & events of the founding of Boston & the early years of the American Revolution. We will head out on foot to walk a portion of the Freedom Trail. You will see & learn about the Old State House & the Boston Massacre, the Old Corner Bookstore & the Irish Famine Memorial & the Old South Meeting House - where the Tea Party started. Next, we head up School Street to learn about the Old City Hall & visit the site of the first public school in America. We’ll step into the oldest continuously run hotel in America & explore the rich history of this beautiful hotel. Onto King’s Chapel Church & the oldest burial ground in Boston. We will see the brutalist masterpiece- New City Hall & conclude at the Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market area. You might want to shop or get a drink or meal at one of the many restaurants & bars at the end of the tour. I will share recommendations for things to do & places to eat. Join me to explore Boston & the Freedom Trail. Boston is a beautiful city - rich in history & stories that I want to share with you! Other things to note Whether you are a history buff or just interested in learning more about Boston, join me for a few hours to expand your knowledge of the city in general and the Freedom Trail specifically, including the events of the early Revolution here in Boston.
Snuggle with baby goats, lambs and bunnies
Unique experience observing/feeding farm animals including goats, sheep and alpacas, playing with baby animals, bottle feeding and snuggling with baby goats. In addition to learning about small ruminants, you will observe and learn about different breeds of chickens, pigeons, quails, pheasants, ducks, and peacocks.
Professional Photo session in Boston
Hi there! I'm Hanna, I work as a professional photographer for more than 5 years. My mission is to capture the sweet, candid moments of your journey in Boston (in one of the most beautiful places - Fan Pier Park). Romantic vibe and the gorgeous landscape of Boston... What can be better? By the way, if you are planning to do a secret proposal - this photoshoot is a great opportunity to capture such an important day in the life of your couple! Lots of people are nervous to have their first photoshoot but no worries! I help with posing throughout your photo session. I promise, you won't be alone :) My main goal is to give you an awesome experience! You will get 25-35 edited photos in 1-2 weeks! If you want to do your photo session​​ at a differen​t time, please message me so we can check availability and arrange the details. The maximum group size is 10 people. If you have a big group (4 people and more) and want to book a session - just message me and I'll give a discount!
Memories of Boston with a Photo-shoot
My experience will offer professional photos featuring Boston landmarks as the backdrop. I will assist you in making memories with my professional eye. I will use my Camera and take you to the best spots in Boston including: Copley Square, walk through Newbury St, the Public Garden and Beacon Hill. I can capture lifetime memories with engagement photos, family pictures or single model pictures posing with the city of Boston in the background. My experience will give your photos a unique beauty through my eye. I will create high resolution photographs while bringing my experience working with models, families and events to elevate your memories to the next level. Family or friend Groups can book the spot up to 5 guests in total, if you are bringing more people to the photoshoot just let me know. Now I also offer a private session group that will have the experience locked exclusively for you and no more guests will be allowed to book the same time like it does if you book the normal tour photo experience, this new option will offer 100% of my attention to your portraits and memories.
Boston Harbor Sunset Cruise and Boat Tours
We will meet at Bay Point Marina in Quincy. The average trip lasts 3 hours. The trip will start once everyone is safely settled in on my 26 ft boat. We make our way out of the Town River and out into the waters of Boston Harbor. You will immediately start taking in the skyline views of the city of Boston . Our route will vary as we explore and discover this historic Harbor. When the trip is done we will make our way back to the dock at the Marina. Again, taking in the fantastic views and vistas that the perspective from the water can only offer. Other things to note Due to operational costs, there is a minimum requirement of 2 GUESTS in order to book. Boating is always weather dependent and conditions can change with weather and the amount of other traffic on the water. Always check the weather forecast and dress appropriately.
Walk Your Way Through Boston's History
We will start our tour at the Lenox hotel in the heart of the Back Bay neighborhood, and will end at historic Faneuil Hall where there are endless places to eat and explore after the tour. Not only will we visit the famous Boston Freedom Trail, but also hidden treasures not covered on other tours. My tour runs approximately 2 1/2 hours. Unlike some other walking tours, I try to cover as much of Boston as possible. The walk is not fast paced, but we do cover about two miles. Wear comfortable shoes. The Back Bay - Explore one of Boston's most famous neighborhoods. Home to some of Boston's most beautiful buildings such as the Boston Public Library and the Trinity Church. Boston Public Garden - Visit the beautiful gardens, and say hello to the Swan Boats, and the Make Way for Ducklings statues! If you come during the right time of year, they may even be donning some accessories! Boston Common - Bask in the freedom of the oldest public park in the United States. Cheers Bar - Where everybody knows your name. Beacon Hill - View Boston's most historic neighborhood. Complete with original brick sidewalks and gas lanterns (you can thank some friendly 20th-century neighborhood rioters for those bricks). The New State House - Is as impressive as the political debates inside...we think.
E-bike tour of Boston
See Boston from an electric bike ("e-bike") in a small group setting! I provide a quality e-bike, bike helmet, and bottle of water. All bikes have hand brakes and gears, so for safety, all riders MUST be comfortable using both. All riders should wear a helmet for safety. We'll adjust and test the bikes for 15-20 minutes, and then we will set out on our ride. Most of our ride is on paved cycle routes with no cars, some of it in the Emerald Necklace Park designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, and on the Esplanade along the Charles River. We will cycle along both sides of the river. We can stop for coffee and then ride back through Cambridge and Brookline to Jamaica Plain. There are a few places where we walk the bikes for 2-3 blocks, so guests need to be able to walk a bit. The tour lasts about 3 1/2 hours, depending on how many stops we make and how long we spend at the cafe. This tour will allow you to try an electric bike in a low-stress cycling environment. I hope to see you with the famous "e-bike grin" as you glide along! I can accommodate anyone 16 and over and taller than about 4'8". I can often accommodate different dates and times. New England weather is unpredictable so if the weather conditions are not safe for cycling, I will cancel the tour and you'll receive a full refund.