Sightseeing tours and thematic excursions in Boston

The capital of the American fight for independence, Boston is full of places associated with the history ofUSA, interesting cultural monuments, museums and sights that can turn any excursion route into a real adventure. It is no coincidence that the city is among the ten most popular destinations in the country Most tourists start their sightseeing tour of Boston from the Freedom Trail, a 4-kilometer route that starts from the oldest public park in the United States, Boston Common, and connects the city's 16 major sights. Excurzilla recommends to go on such a journey under the guidance of an English-speaking guide, though an walk on your own, if you have a map, is able to bring a lot of fun.

Some of Boston's major sights to visit on a tour:

  • Massachusetts State House;
  • Boston Tea Party Museum;
  • Old North Church and Trinity Church;
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum;
  • Museum of Fine Arts and Museum of Science;
  • Boston Public Library;
  • USS Constitution frigate;
  • Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology;
  • Boston Light lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse in the United States with a history of two and a half centuries.

A tour of Quincy will be filled with a special atmosphere - it's a market where you can taste the delicacies of the best cuisines in the world at the best prices.

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