Take a photographic journey around some of Boston's historic sites. This walking tour company specializes in leading ... More
Take a photographic journey around some of Boston's historic sites. This walking tour company specializes in leading camera-happy groups around the city to see and capture some the best locales. Photo Walks offers private tours, scavenger hunts, night tours, private photo lessons and more. See the exclusive Beacon Hill neighborhood with its 19th-century brownstones, the Public Garden and Boston Harbor for panoramic views and the Freedom Trail's historic sites. It's a great way to see Boston come alive, along with instruction on simple and creative photo techniques.
This is not something that has "thousands of tickets" (bad review confused)
These are very personal tours with a local photographer. Who was willing to do a one person tour on a 20 degree Boston day and tell me wonderful bits of info about Beacon Hill. She will help you take shots that might be on you wall not just a website or box of snapshots.
I called Photo Walk the night before I wanted to go and she met me at a time that was convenient for me. I ended up getting a personal tour. I learned a great deal about the city and she showed me places to take pictures that I never would have found. I improved my photography skills, took some great pictures, and learned more about Boston. The $25 for the tour will give me priceless souvenir pictures from my trip (way more meaningful that a poster or a t-shirt from the city). I had a great time!
This tour is a great way for Spanish, French, German, Italian, or Japanese speakers to learn about Boston. Using a
personal listening device, passengers can hear a prerecorded narration in the language of their choice. Trolleys depart from Long ...
Get physical with a bike tour through key city attractions. The ticket price includes a sturdy bike, a helmet, water
and a map, as well as a knowledgeable guide for a two hour trip through the Boston Common and ...
Freedom Trail is a three mile ribbon of red paint that links 16 historical sites. Most visitors start the trail
at the Boston Common . The National Park Service offers 90 minute guided tours starting at the Boston National ...