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Touring Boston: The Best Walking Tours

By: Hotel Revere Boston / 15 Jul 2021
Touring Boston: The Best Walking Tours

Discover Boston's fascinating history and cultural heritage by foot. The city offers many unique walking tours that take you deep into the past, from revolutionary days to Red Sox legend and lore. Embark on a sightseeing adventure as you explore Boston's oldest neighborhoods and iconic landmarks, including Freedom Trail, Fenway Park, and Boston Common.

For foodies and beer lovers, Boston also offers several food tours and pub crawls, Sample the best pizza, and taste local brews while taking in historic sites and stunning architecture along the way. The history, the food, the people. That's Boston.

Freedom Trail Tours

Walk along the red-bricked path to 16 of Boston's most historic sites and museums on this self-guided tour. Explore the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail through Boston's oldest and most beautiful neighborhoods. See famous landmarks like the USS Constitution, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Boston Common, Bunker Hill Monument, and the Old North Church, where Paul Revere ended his heroic Midnight Ride.

Discover a unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution. The Freedom Trail also offers private and guided tours and a historic pub crawl.

Boston Fenway Park Guided Tours

Enjoy a guided tour of Fenway Park. Explore America's Most Beloved Ballpark - a Boston icon since 1906 - and the home of the Boston Red Sox. Get an up-close look at the historic stadium and see artifacts, photos, and legendary sights like the Green Monster and Pesky's Pole. Check out the Sox baseball memorabilia at the Fenway Park Living Museum and take in breathtaking views of Boston from the Roof Deck overlooking right field.

Boston Historic Walking Tours

Experience the rich heritage and history of Boston on one of the city's many guided walking tours. Learn about the city's past from its earliest days and see the beautiful 19th-century architecture and historic charm of Beacon Hill, the Back Bay, and Copley Square. Explore the gaslit streets of the city's oldest neighborhoods with beautiful homes and landmarks and hop on the Freedom Trail to 16 of the city's most historic sites.


Boston's North End Pizza Walking Tours

Taste the best pizza in Boston on this walking food tour through the Little Italy neighborhood on the North End. Stop at Boston's best pizzerias and old-school Italian bakeries in this historic district and sample a few slices of pie and a cannoli. This walking tour passes historic North End landmarks along the Freedom Trail, including the Paul Revere House.

Boston Ghost Tours

Take a guided nighttime tour of downtown Boston's haunted spots. Stop at spirited landmarks like the Granary Burying Ground, Boston Opera House, and the Massachusetts State House. Discover centuries of history as guides share stories of the ghosts that have lurked the streets of Boston.

Explore from the Revere Hotel Boston Common

The best way to experience Boston is on foot. Whether you want to explore Back Bay architecture, sample the best pizza. or see the home of the Red Sox, Revere Hotel Boston Common puts you within steps of the city's most historic landmarks and the best walking tours.

Deeply rooted in the bold, rebellious spirit of Boston, Revere Hotel offers luxury rooms and suites in the Back Bay neighborhood, steps from Freedom Trail, Boston Public Garden, and Boston Common. After you snap a selfie with our giant statue of Paul Revere, head out and tour Boston's rich history all around us. End your day with New England fare and spirited cocktails at our restaurant, Rebel's Guild – a nod to Boston's independent attitude and heritage.

Get away this summer for a Boston sightseeing adventure with our latest Specials & Packages. Enjoy up to 15% off your stay, parking discounts, and food credits for authentic experiences in Boston. Our concierge – a true Boston local - will give you an insider perspective on the best Boston walking tours.

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