Group Tours in Boston, Lexington, and Concord
Boston Guided Tours
Discover what it means to be a Patriot as we travel the Freedom Trail of Boston.
- USS Constitution, nicknamed Old Ironsides, during the War of 1812
- Bunker Hill Monument
- Boston Common, established in 1634
- Massachusetts State House dated from 1798
- Park Street Church, founded in 1809 and where William Lloyd Garrison delivered his first major public speech against slavery.
- Granary Burying Ground, final resting place of Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, Robert Treat Paine and many others
- Kings Chapel and Burying Ground
- Boston Latin School, the oldest public school in America
- Old Corner Bookstore, where the works of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Louisa May Alcott and more, were produced and published.
- Old South Meeting House, built in 1729
- Old State House, 1713 and site of the first reading of the Declaration of Independence on July 18, 1776
- Faneuil Hall, Cradle of Liberty hostingAmerica’s first town Meeting
- Old North Church, the oldest standing church in Boston
- Paul Revere House, built in 1680 and is the oldest remaining structure in downtown Boston
Your full day group tour can include a visit to one or more of the following attractions:
New England Aquarium, Museum of Science, JFK Library and Museum, Edward M. Kennedy Institute, Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum, Boston Harbor Cruise, Boston Duck Tour, Harvard Museums, Harvard Yard, Grounds of MIT
Lexington and Concord Group Tours
Hear the tale of the American Revolution as you travel the Battle Road. Your first stop will be made at the Lexington Battle Green. It is here, in 1775, that the Minute Men took a stand by challenging the British Redcoats. From this point on, Lexington and Concord would be known as the birthplace of the American Revolution.
A stop will be made at the Minute Man National Historical Park Visitors Center to view the multi-media presentation “The Road to Revolution”. Then see the North Bridge where the “shot heard round the world” was fired.
Include a visit in your group tour plans to the Concord Museum to see the famous Revere Lantern that was hung in the steeple of the Old North Church to signal Paul Revere. Also housed here are treasures of both Thoreau and Emerson and a collection of Concord antiques.
Concord is also known as the home of the authors, you may want to add a visit to the Orchard House, or the Old Manse, Emerson House, Walden Pond, or Sleepy Hollow Cemetery, to make it a full-day tour.