Posts Tagged: self Guided Boston Tours

Tour the USS Constitution and the Bunker Hill Monument

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U.S.S. Constitution and the Bunker Hill Monument

The USS Constitution and the Bunker Hill Monument are two of the last sites of the Freedom Trail (when picking up the Freedom Trail on Boston Common) and are a bit further from the other 14 sites.  Even though it can be a bit of jaunt from the other sites, if you are interested in […]

Kennedy Family Sights in Boston

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The streets of Boston are jam packed with history, and since its founding in 1630, authors, professors, politicians, and revolutionaries have left their marks on these historic cobblestone streets.  However, there is no Bostonian name more known throughout the world than Kennedy.  Using this guide you can walk in the same path, check out some John F. […]

Self Guided Boston Walking Tours

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We are happy to have produced several self guided Boston walking tours and our collection is growing.  We designed these self guided tours to be used on your own time and your own pace or as companion pieces on our guided tours. Some tours are only available as a self-guided tour.  We hope these tours are helpful to you. The […]

Harvard University Tour | Self Guided

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Boston Havard square

Harvard University is the oldest college in the United States (1636).  Eight United State Presidents attended Harvard University and the name is known world-wide.  Here is a self-guided Harvard University tour that will help to explore some the wonderful sites on campus.  Related Content: Guided Tour of Cambridge and Harvard Univerisity Self-Guided Boston Walking Tours. Harvard […]

Boston’s Historic Cemetery Tour: Granary Burial Ground

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For history buffs and visitors, Boston has several historic cemeteries filled.  The most centrally located historic cemetery near Boston Common, is Granary Burial Ground, and it is worth exploring. Boston’s Granary Burial Ground is the third oldest burial ground in the City of Boston and within lays the DNA of the American Revolution, including the graves of […]

Self-Guided Tour of North End/Little Italy

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Boston North End Little Italy

Boston’s North End/Little Italy neighbor is famous for its delicious food as well as its colorful history and we at Free Tours By Foot Boston have put together a quick, self -guided walking tour of North End/Little Italy and some of its most interesting sites. Save money in Boston with a tourist discount pass as well […]