Boston By Foot is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting public awareness of Boston's rich heritage of history ... More
Boston By Foot
Boston By Foot is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting public awareness of Boston's rich heritage of history and architecture. Boston By Foot offers a wide range of guided walking tours conducted by a dedicated corps of trained and enthusiastic guides. Tours meet in front of Faneuil Hall at the Sam Adams statue.
As a resident of Boston, these walking tours were a great way to get to know my own town. You live and work in a place but never really get to know it, and would never want to get stuck in a cheesy tourist trap. The tone of these tours are conversational and the guides really seem to enjoy talking about the history of Boston.
Whether you live in Boston or just visiting, take one of these tours. For $10 it's an excellent deal.
We did the "Heart of the Freedom Trail" on this tour. It was very interesting, our guide was excellent! The buildings are rich in history. If you want a tour that is "off the beaten path" take this one. Well worth it!
Steeped in history, this is one of Boston's most beautiful neighborhoods. Always the home of statesmen, artists and intellectuals, "The
Hill" is also the site of the State House, which is at the beginning of the Freedom Trail. Cafes ...
A century old Italianate structure of bronze doors and grand marble staircases, Boston Public Library was the first free public
library in the nation. It holds roughly six million books and sees two million visitors annually. Priceless holdings include ...
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 ...