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Boston: Historical Sightseeing Cruise

1. Boston: Historical Sightseeing Cruise

Experience breathtaking views, refreshing sea breezes, and vividly told stories of Boston past and present, aboard this one-hour tour around Boston Harbor. Depart from Long Wharf, then Cruise past the USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned US Navy war ship afloat today, marvel at the Bunker Hill Monument, and catch a glimpse of the fabled Old North End Church steeple. From expert narrators, you’ll hear heroic tales and local legends from the Revolutionary War, and learn how the harbor was transformed into one of the cleanest waterways in the country. The boat is equipped to give you the best view no matter the weather, with spacious outdoor viewing decks when the weather is fine, and indoor spaces with large windows if you want to be indoors. Onboard refreshments and snacks are also available for purchase.

Plymouth: Ghost and History Night Tour

2. Plymouth: Ghost and History Night Tour

Meet your guide in downtown Plymouth and embark on an adventure through 400 years of history and hauntings. Start the tour at the beautiful haunted cemetery, where you will be encouraged to participate in the paranormal investigations with your guide. Continue on past Plymouth Harbor and into the historic streets of downtown Plymouth. Listen as your expert guide shares ghost stories and anecdotes about the darker history of the city. The entire tour is completed on foot for approximately 1.5 miles.

From Boston: Quincy, Plymouth, and Mayflower II Day Trip

3. From Boston: Quincy, Plymouth, and Mayflower II Day Trip

Start with a pickup from downtown Boston in a comfortable, air-conditioned, latest model minibus. Travel 30 minutes south to the historic city of Quincy to visit the birthplaces of two former US Presidents, John Adams and his son, John Quincy Adams. Next, enjoy a scenic view of New England's coastline as you travel through Cohasset to the town of Scituate. Once in Scituate, you will have the opportunity to visit the Scituate Lighthouse and hear the amazing story of the "American Army of Two." Then, travel along the beautiful New England coastline towards Plymouth. Visit coastal towns, waterfront mansions, and a lighthouse. Once you arrive in "America's Hometown," visit Plymouth Rock. Benefit from admission to the Mayflower II and Plimoth Patuxet and learn about the site where New England was first established in 1620. Climb back on the bus for a relaxing return trip to Boston.

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What people are saying about Quincy

Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 8 reviews

A very relaxing way to learn some Boston history. If you want windy and the best overall view try to be close to first in line and go to the top deck. The views on the middle deck are still good but some are obstructed.

An enjoyable one hour cruise around the whole of Boston’s waterfront. Excellent narration and we learned a lot about the city’s history.

Liz was very knowledgeable and informative during our trip. She pointed out places of interest and gave great historical details.

Tour guide Kevin was great. I was happy to learn about the area. Parking was an issue.

Very fun cruise, so much to see. Mike was a great narrator