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Historic Boston Taverns Tour

Quick Details

  • Two alcoholic drinks (tap beer or house wine)
  • Snacks at two historic Boston tavern stops
  • Round-trip public ferry ride across Boston Harbor
Adult Ages 18 and up
$89
Youth Ages 7 to 17
$89

Take a scenic ferry ride across Boston Harbor and enjoy great food & drink!

Hoist a Pint with the Spirits of Paul Revere, Sam Adams, and George Washington, with stops at TWO Historic Boston Taverns!  This unique walking tour includes FIVE Freedom Trail sites, a round-trip Ferry across Boston Harbor plus TWO Tavern drinks & snacks, and a dessert treat from a famous North End pastry shop.

Enjoy a 2.5 hour stroll through the city’s oldest neighborhoods. You’ll explore the North End, Long Wharf, enjoy a round-trip ferry ride across Boston Harbor to Charlestown, plus see Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market areas and the Blackstone Block on this unique walking tour.

There are three different historic Boston taverns that all claim to be the city’s oldest. Each tavern is hundreds of years old, but which is actually Boston’s oldest? Find out on this fun and unique beer/wine tour.

More Info

Tour starts at the Tony DeMarco Statue and goes through:

  • North End
  • Harborwalk
  • Charleston Naval Yard
  • Warren Tavern
  • Quincy Market
  • Faneuil Hall
  • Old State House
  • Bell in Hand Tavern
  • Ends at the Tony DeMarco Statue

Tip/gratuity for your guide is NOT included.