Jump around Beantown on a hop-on hop-off Boston tour! With your tickets, you’re in total control of your Boston city sightseeing vacation. Hop off our comfortable trolleys and see whichever attractions you want. Then, hop back on and skip the ones you don’t. A sightseeing trip has never been so flexible with Boston Old Town hop-on hop-off tour. It is the best way to discover one of the largest cities in Massachusetts in a way you feel the most comfortable.
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Named after a famous town in England, Boston has many nicknames like Beantown, The City on a Hill, The Athens of America, and The Cradle of Liberty. Since most of the first settlers in Boston actually came from the namesake city in England, that’s where it got its name from. Boston is home to the oldest public park in the US named Boston Common. The first Dunkin’ Donuts was also opened in Boston. Boston is home to several historical landmarks like museums, gardens, bars, and more.
Visit Boston Common, the Museum of Fine Arts, and Fenway Park with your Boston bus tours. Or check out the Bunker Hill Monument, the Paul Revere House, and the Tea Party Ships. For additional savings, you can even combine the tour with a City PASS, which provides admission to the Aquarium, Skywalk Observatory, Harbor cruises, and more. Or, pair with a Go Boston Card, which includes access to a Fenway Park tour, Freedom Trail tour, or even a whale-watching trip! If you’re looking to get the most bang for your buck, it’s one of the best things to do in Boston!
The best time to visit Boston is during the fall season from June to October. Summer months bring a swarm of tourists, and it can be pretty crowded. However, the fall and autumn months are great for strolling in pleasant weather with minimal rainfall. Also, many events take place during these months so you can plan your travel accordingly.
Boston bus tour covers major attractions and landmarks including Faneuil Hall Marketplace /New England Aquarium, Historic North End – Boston’s “Little Italy”, USS Constitution/Charlestown Navy Yard, North Station/TD Garden, Downtown Crossing/Macy’s/ Historic District, Charles Street/Antique Row, Cheers (The Original), Prudential Center, Christian Science Plaza/Symphony Hall, Copley Place Mall, Copley Square/Trinity Church, Trolley Stop Store/Welcome Center, Beacon Hill/Boston Common, and Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum.
You will receive your bus tour vouchers on your smartphone. Since it is an E-voucher, you can show it at the time of arrival.
You can visit the relevant product page and check the Useful Downloads section to find the latest information as routes, stops, and timings change frequently.
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