Boston, Massachusetts

Skyline From Observatory

Quince Market

Boston, Massachusetts

Nicknamed “Beantown” which refers to a regional dish of baked beans cooked in molasses for hours during colonial times. Sailors and traders called it “Beantown” while the locals did not refer to their city by that nickname. Boston is home to Fenway Park, The Boston Marathon, top rated colleges, and an abundance of American History.


September 7, 1630



Please see a sample itinerary below. All itineraries are fully customizable.

Trip Inclusions


Day 1

Morning – Group arrives in Boston and you will meet your tour guide at the Freedom Trail for a walking tour. The Freedom Trail is a 250 year historic walk leading to 16 important and notable sites.

Afternoon – After enjoying lunch your group will have free time to explore Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Here your group will find an array of restaurants, unique and local shops, and even live music and street performers. You will then make your way to the hotel for check in.

Evening – Enjoy your welcome dinner, and then meet your ghost guides for a spooktacular evening. Return to the hotel for a much needed rest.


Day 2

Morning – Enjoy breakfast at the hotel then make your way to your whale watching excursion.

Afternoon – Enjoy lunch on your own before a visit to the New England Aquarium and IMAX movie. Your afternoon concludes with a sightseeing excursion on the Boston Duck Tours, Boston’s most popular tour, with the ability to traverse both land and water.

Evening – Dinner will be served at a local restaurant. You will conclude the evening with a visit to the famous Prudential Skywalk Observation Deck. Be sure to bring your cameras!


Day 3

Morning – Breakfast is enjoyed and you will ready yourselves for another day of exploration. You’ll begin with a visit to the Museum of Science, the best student friendly museum and one of the world’s largest science centers. Afterwards your group will visit the Museum of Fine Arts, one of the best art museums in the world, containing more than 100 galleries.

Afternoon – After lunch you hit a home run and enjoy a guided tour of Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox since 1912.

Evening – An authentic dinner will be served in Chinatown.  Enjoy free time exploring this cultural location.


Day 4

Morning – Breakfast is enjoyed at hotel.  Your group checks out and departs for the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum where you learn about the life and legacy of our 35th President.

Afternoon -A farewell lunch is served before you depart for a safe return home.


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