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Great guides need head-worn microphone amplifiers

The guides were genuine, historically knowledgeable, included participants in discussions and allowed questions. Exceptional guides who are ruining their voices trying to speak over city noises. Most tour guides around the world have amplified microphones. The Freedom Trail tour guides deserve the same. Diane Russell, Speech-Language-Voice Pathologist

Boston's Freedom Trail Walk Into History® Tour Reviewed by Diane, 09/17/2019

Was very good, but what happened to my booklets. Did not get them

Was good because we did but have to wait in the super long line. But one thing to make clear for other people. You should direct them to go to the window to confirm in. I thought I could just go in but was directed to go to the call window. If I knew that at the beginning it would have saved even more of a little line I dealt with.

Our Duck Tour Guide was hilarious, knowledgeable, & engaging.

The Boston Duck Tour is a must. Our guide had us laughing for an hour and a half while learning fun facts about Boston. This is a "must do" if you visit Boston. Don't miss a chance to see the sights & get a feel for where you might want to go to see more of what Boston's all about. Double Thumbs-up for the Duck Tours!!

Outstanding Evening of History and Beer!

We had a wonderful time learning the (true) history of the birth of our country. Conor, our guide was excellent! He was nice, funny, positive, and very good at sharing the history of each of the places we visited. I would highly encourage anyone who comes to Boston to do a Pub Crawl

Historic Pub Crawl Tour along the Freedom Trail Reviewed by Harlan, 06/24/2019

A little too much talking vs sightseeing

The history was great to learn and the guide was excellent but we would have liked a bit more sightseeing. We covered a small portion of the Freedom Trail in 90 minutes.