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And here is Viator's Top things to do and see:
Here is a sample:
Boston Duck Boat Sightseeing City Tour with Cruise Along Charles River
Hop into a duck boat—renovated World War II amphibious vehicle—for a comprehensive tour of Boston. Pass Boston Common, Quincy Market, and the Celtics' home turf at TD Garden. Then splash down into the Charles River for a view of the city by boat. Learn all about Boston's history and landmarks as you go.
1 hour 20 minutes
Tour of Historic Fenway Park, America's Most Beloved Ballpark
Revel in the history of Fenway Park, one of baseball's most beloved stadiums, during this guided tour. Revisit the careers of Red Sox greats like Ted Williams, Babe Ruth, and Carl Yastrzemski, celebrate the club's numerous World Series titles and tour famous stadium locales like the 'Green Monster,' 'Pesky's Pole,' and the Fenway Park Living Museum.
Harvard University Campus Guided Walking Tour
For anyone thinking of attending Harvard, or for those who simply want a glimpse of college life at the famous university, this tour is a must. Get an exclusive account from current Harvard students, who provide key insights into the life and times at Cambridge with a theatrical, humorous flair. Check out the old buildings at Harvard Yard and Harvard Square and learn about the school's storied past. Illustrated map of Harvard Square included. Choose from several departure times throughout the day.
1 hour 30 minutes
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum Admission
Relive the most important event leading up to the American Revolution on this self-guided tour of the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum. Take a journey back in time to the famous Boston Tea Party, an incident that changed the course of American history. It's then a stroll through historic artifacts, though. It's truly one of the top-rated museums in the city of Boston. Explore authentically restored tea ships and throw the fated tea into Boston Harbor.
The Revolutionary Story Tour
What makes this tour different is that instead of walking the Freedom Trail geographically – starting at one end and following it to the other – we let the escalating action of the American Revolution guide us through the crooked streets of Boston. The sightseeing is synchronized with and unfolds to the storytelling. There's a lot less emphasis on dry facts and dates and a lot on the passions, personalities, and psychologies driving the events; recreating the drama and recapturing the energy that invented America. It's not only much enjoyable it's also the most effective way to explore the city and relive the history. The entire experience has been built with the aspirations and anxieties of a fellow tourist in mind: the groups are kept small so you aren't herded around; we cover both the major sights and the hidden gems; extensive visual aids and props help you grasp the material, and you'll traverse all original neighborhoods getting a sense of the modern city as well.
3 hours 30 minutes
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