Boston’s oldest residential neighborhood, the North End has been inhabited since the 1630s. Here you’ll find a large variety of historical and culturally attractions. There’s the Paul Revere House, the oldest building in downtown Boston built around ... 

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Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

April 2013

Amazing place to relive and be involved in the famous night and dump some tea overboard, then experience a very different museum presentations


June 2012

Myra M
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Along the Charles River looking back at the City of Boston.


October 2011

Jayne and Gary - Cheers!

Boston Common

September 2010

Boston Common


July 2010

Gail M

Musket shots...............

Our guide

May 2010

He was a little twitchy.

delicious and educational!

October 2015

We loved the pizza in the park and then touring the Old North Church and the chocolate making shop. Great fall break tour!

Totally scary fun!

October 2015

I added this at the last minute and it turned out to be such a GOOD idea. Trolley is open-air and completely vintage. History, spooky night air and walking where some of the most notorious and famous people of Boston walked was incredible!

Fenway Park

September 2015

Just before a game.

Love Old Churches

September 2015

Got to see a lot of the old churches in Boston.


September 2015


Fenway park

September 2015

Great tour

Fenway Park

October 2014

One part of our tour

Boston Ghosts and Gravestones Tour (October 11, 2014)

October 2014

The tragic tale of the Boston Lighthouse Keeper, his wife and daughter's suspicous deaths and subsequent hauntings ... a unique family of 3 gravestone ...

Boston Ghosts and Gravestones Tour (October 11, 2014)

October 2014

One of the tour guides in costume ... telling another tale of tragedy and death!!!

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