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February 16, 2019
Symphony Hall in Boston (and How to Tour for Free!)

Symphony Hall is one of the country’s premier concert halls and it’s a beautiful Boston landmark. It is home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra, and if your budget and time allows, we highly recommend attending a concert. Symphony Hall was built in 1900 as one of the first auditoriums to be designed with acoustics in […]

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February 7, 2019
What to Do with Kids in Boston

This post covers things to do with kids in Boston, including free options, nighttime activities as well as places to eat. This post is intended for tourists and visitors. Top 10 Free Things to Do Nighttime Activities Restaurants and Food Things to Do with Older Children Seasonal and Monthly Activities     TOP 10 EVENTS […]

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January 18, 2019
What Boston Tour Should I Take?

Not sure what tour to take? Check out the quick summary of our tours. If you don’t see a tour on our schedule that fits yours, let us know. We offer private tour as well. Check our our self-guided tours. Due to city regulations and the overall enjoyment of guests, we limit our tour size. […]

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January 16, 2019
What is the Boston Weather in July?

This post is an overview of the July weather in Boston, with tips on how to dress and things to do to help make the most of your trip. Temperatures How Much Rain? What to Wear Things to Do Seasonal Outlook Free Tours by Foot

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January 11, 2019
What is the Weather in Boston in June?

This post is an overview of the June weather in Boston, with tips on how to dress and things to do to help make the most of your trip. Temperatures How Much Rain? What to Wear Things to Do Seasonal Outlook Free Tours by Foot HOW WARM IS BOSTON IN JUNE Spring turns into summer […]

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January 3, 2019
What is the Weather in Boston in May?

This post is an overview of the May weather in Boston, with tips on how to dress and things to do to help make the most of your trip. We also list some of the best things to do in May in Boston. Temperatures How Much Sun and Rain What to Wear Things to Do […]

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December 4, 2018
What is the Weather in Boston in March?

This post is an overview of the March weather in Boston, with tips on how to dress and things to do to help make the most of your trip. Temperatures How much Sun, Rain, and Snow What to Wear Things to Do Seasonal Outlook Free Tours by Foot HOW COLD IS BOSTON IN MARCH March […]

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December 4, 2018
How is the Weather in Boston during February?

This post is an overview of the February weather in Boston, including snow and precipitation forecasts, as well as tips on how to dress and things to do. You may also want to check out the weather in January and March as well. Temperatures How Much Sun, Rain and Snow What to Wear Things to […]

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October 17, 2018
Skywalk Observatory Boston

This post is a guide to Boston’s Skywalk Observatory as well as other Boston observation decks including the Bunker Hill Monument. Skywalk Observatory Alternative Views Freedom Trail Things to Do in Boston Free Tours by Foot     SKYWALK OBSERVATORY The Boston Skywalk Observatory has closed indefinitely. The following section will provide all the information […]

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September 18, 2018
How is the weather in Boston in October?

This post is an overview of the October weather in Boston, with tips on how to dress and things to do to help make the most of your trip. 

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February 24, 2018
Where to Watch the Boston Marathon (and Other Visitor Tips)

April is a great time to visit Boston to watch the Boston Marathon (or run it, if you're so included) and enjoy the other Patriot's Day events in Boston. Patriot's Day is an official holiday in Massachusetts (and Maine) and that weekend is full of celebrations and events. It recognizes the first battle of the […]

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February 20, 2018
Boston Public Library Tours | Visitor's Information

The Boston Public Library is a gem of architectural design in Boston and the best way to visit it is with one of their Free Art and Architecture Tours. Getting to the Boston Public Library Boston Public Library Tours What To Do Nearby Free Tours by Foot Boston Be sure to look into other Things […]

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February 17, 2018
Visiting Lexington & Concord from Boston

The first shots of the Revolutionary War (War of Independence, depending on which side you were one) were fired as the sun rose over Lexington, Massachusetts. While visiting Boston, you'll be inundated with Revolutionary War history and sites, but why not start from the beginning? Leaving Boston, you can follow the British foot steps, but […]

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February 6, 2018
Tour the Massachusetts State House

Boston is the "hub of the solar system" (or so said Oliver Wendell Holmes) - but what the nickname actually refers to is the Massachusetts State House. It's actually the New State House, but completed in 1798 it's not all that new. On land that was once owned by John Hancock, it's the oldest building […]

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January 13, 2018
Irish Sites on the Freedom Trail

While walking the Freedom Trail, if you know where to look, you will see many of Boston's Irish sites.  Boston's history is a green one that started even before 100,000 Irish immigrants came to Boston, fleeing the horrible conditions of the Irish Famine.  As you walk the Freedom Trail, there are many overlooked sites which document Irish contributions to […]

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December 13, 2017
Visiting Boston in Winter | Indoor Boston Activities

Boston is cold in winter. That is just a fact, but it shouldn't stop you from visiting. Aside from great deals in the off-season, you'll also avoid the crowds. If you're not as hearty as you'd like to think or there is a particularly blustery day, check out our suggestions for indoor Boston activities. Free […]

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