- Tour of Boston’s historic taverns with a friendly, knowledgeable guide
- Visit three of Boston’s oldest eating and drinking establishments
- Enjoy three drinks and snacks as you learn how these places tie into the history of the American Revolution
- Engage in lively discussions in the style of Paul Revere, Samuel Adams and John Hancock, who frequented these taverns
- Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures a more personalized experience
Stroll through some of the oldest parts of Boston including The Point and Haymarket, where merchants have been selling produce for hundreds of years. You’ll visit three of the oldest taverns in Boston, where the seeds of the American Revolution and Boston Tea Party were sown, and enjoy three drinks and a snack throughout your tour.
Stop by the Green Dragon, known to historians as the 'headquarters of the Revolution.' Though the original building was demolished in 1854, its legacy lives on in its current incarnation.
At the Union Oyster House, learn how this 250-year-old tavern has hosted a slew of notable figures over the centuries, from 18th-century French king Louis Philippe to the Kennedy clan.
Your guide will entertain you with tales of these establishments and the variety of characters who frequented them, including Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, George Washington, Daniel Webster and Dr Joseph Warren.
At your last stop, Bell and Hand – established in1795 and touted as the oldest tavern in America – raise a glass and drink to the impressive history of the Boston taverns!
Reviewed by Megan E, March 2013
This tour was excellent! Your guide will take you to the oldest taverns in Boston, and you get drinks with the tour! Its a great way to walk around the city!
Reviewed by Kyle J, April 2013
Fun tour with knowledgeable guide. Learned a lot about local history while enjoying local beers. However, the description on Viator is not accurate. The tour did not include snacks and only went to one of the bars listed in the description. Recommend comfy walking shoes for this as the bars are quite far apart and involve some walking on cobblestones!