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Boston

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Boston was the birth place of the United States and this city's attitude sparked a great nation.  Walk the famous Freedom Trail and visit the USS Constitution, Bunker Hill, Little Italy, Fanuiel Hall, Boston Commons and more on the region.  Such a fabulous city with culture, food, history and more.

Experience Boston with You Name it Tours as your guide.  All Tours are guided and follow curriculum.

Boston Commons

Purchased as land set aside for the common use of townspeople, it still serves this purpose and is one of the most popular Boston Attractions for relaxing and enjoying nature. It was first a cattle grazing ground and, until 1817 in rigid Puritan Boston, an ancient elm on the land was used for public hangings.  Also a very popular part of the Ghost Stories told by tour guides in Boston, Boston Commons is riddled with history.

Little Italy

The North End, Boston's “Little Italy,'' is famous for its Italian food and feasts. It is Boston's oldest neighborhood, a one-square-mile waterfront community not far from Faneuil Hall with a population of about 10,000.  Paul Revere and more are found in Little Italy

Cambridge

The city of Cambridge is part of the Greater Boston area of Massachusetts. The city is best known for being the home of two world-class universities, Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), located within just two miles of each other.

Science Museum

The Plaza de la Constitucion is the central park in downtown St. Augustine. The park is on a square of land bordered by the Cathedral Basilica of St. Augustine, Trinity Episcopal, and the Government House. The plaza faces the Bridge of Lions and features a central pavilion used for city events and live entertainment. There is also a public market that has been in use since the 1500s. Fish, vegetables and other goods were traded here. Today, local vendors set up tables to sell their wares.

Ghost Tours

You'll hear enchanting and chilling tales of Boston's most famous ghosts as well as the areas extensive and rich history. Your guide will tell you extraordinary and tragic tales from the founding of Colonial Boston right up to present day. Enjoy your family-friendly tour and learn what secrets lay beneath Boston Common. What untold stories lay within the Boston Athenaeum? Which well-known hotel is Boston's most haunted?

Bunker Hill

On June 17, 1775, early in the Revolutionary War (1775-83), the British defeated the Americans at the Battle of Bunker Hill in Massachusetts. Despite their loss, the inexperienced colonial forces inflicted significant casualties against the enemy, and the battle provided them with an important confidence boost.  Visiting Bunker Hill monument is must do while starting or ending the Freedom Trail.

Fanueil Hall

In 1742 Peter Faneuil, Boston's wealthiest merchant, built Faneuil Hall as a gift to the city. The edifice was home to merchants, fishermen, and meat and produce sellers, and provided a platform for the country's most famous orators. 

It has served as a marketplace and meeting hall ever since. Faneuil Hall is sometimes referred to as the Crade of liberty. Faneuil Hall is located near the waterfront and Government Center in Boston. It is a well known stop on the Freedom Trail.

Salem

Salem, seat of Essex County, is located on the northeast coast of Massachusetts at the mouth of the Naumkeag River. It is best remembered for the witchcraft hysteria that gripped the area in the closing years of the 17th century. Salem was founded in 1626 by Roger Conant and a group of immigrants from Cape Ann.

Duck Tours

The Ponce de Leon hotel was built in 1887 and is listed as a National Historic landmark. It is now a college with guided tours of this architectural masterpiece throughout the year.

USS Constitution

USS Constitution is the oldest commissioned ship in the United States Navy at 222 years old. Naval officers and crew still serve aboard her. ... The Naval History and Heritage Command, Detachment Boston, is housed in Building 24 and is responsible for the maintenance, repair and restoration of USS Constitution at the Navy Yard.  Tour the Ship and meet the crew while visiting the Freedom Trail.

Plymouth

They feared venturing further south because winter was fast approaching. The 102 travellers aboard the Mayflower landed upon the shores of Plymouth in 1620. This rock still sits on those shores to commemorate the historic event. 

New England Aquarium

In St. Augustine’s early days, St. George Street was the main street, and today the thoroughfare is still considered the heart of the city. Here, visitors find historic attractions and some of the restaurants, galleries, bakeries and shops for which the city is famous.

Boston Tea Party

The Boston Tea Party was a political protest that occurred on December 16, 1773, at Griffin's Wharf in Boston, Massachusetts. American colonists, frustrated and angry at Britain for imposing “taxation without representation,” dumped 342 chests of tea, imported by the British East India Company into the harbor.  The catalyst of the American Revolution experience the live production of the Boston Tea Party as it took place.

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