Boston Educational Tours
The Cradle of Liberty
Founded in 1630, Boston, otherwise known as “Bean Town”, is one the oldest cities in the United States. It is home to many leading colleges, universities and the famous “Freedom Trail”.
During your Boston educational tours, you'll explore the city's history with visits to Haymarket Square, Plimoth Plantation, Paul Revere's home, the Old North Church and Faneuil Hall. University tours available include Princeton, Colombia, Yale, MIT and Harvard.
Literary aficionados interested in history will love Boston. Visitors experience the Lexington and Concord Revolutionary Literary Tour, Walden Pond, the Orchard House and the House of 7 Gables. Fans of the "Little Women" series by Louisa May Alcott will be excited to tour the home where she was raised.
Since Boston is a sea town, it wouldn't be right not to include some harbor themed attractions such as the USS Constitution, New England Aquarium and of course a "duck tour".
Downtown, a trip to Fenway Park to see the Boston Redsox play is exciting! The Prudential Tower and the John Hancock Tower Observatory can always be a fun beginning or the end to a Boston excursion.
Experience the Heart of the Revolution with Boston Educational Tours
Let our experienced trip leaders weave the story of our nation’s beginning. Enjoy some of our greatest cultural treasures, most renowned museums, and moving historical sites during your Boston educational tours.
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Louisa May Alcott's Home
Yale and Harvard Universities
Activities and Sightseeing
- Boston Museum of Art
- House of Seven Gables
- Kennedy Library- Salem Witch Museum
- Faneuil Hall Maketplace
- New England Aquarium
- Mayflower II
- Minute Man's Visitor Center