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Expand your vacation’s horizons by visiting Beantown on the Freedom Trail Boston Tour from CitySightsNY, with tickets from The two towns boast a fierce rivalry (baseball and otherwise), but share a historical connection as two of the oldest cities in the nation. Ride in style on a comfortable coach bus through the pleasant countryside of Connecticut and Massachusetts. Once in Boston, you’ll follow the historic 2 ½ mile red-brick Boston Freedom Trail, a walking tour through some of the most important landmarks of the America’s Revolution. You’ll see Paul Revere’s House, the Boston Harbor and sight of the famous Tea Party, King’s Chapel, Faneuil Hall, Bunker Hill, and many more.

Take a quick lunch break (chowdah, anyone?) in Quincy Market, a shopping and dining destination in downtown Boston, and then do some souvenir shopping around Boston Common, the oldest city park in America. Then it’s time to cross the Charles River and follow your knowledgeably guide into Cambridge, Mass. There, you’ll wander through the squares of two legendary universities: Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). After just a single day trip you’ll have accomplished the Greatest Hits Tour of Boston. Then it’s back to New York City by early evening.

Departure Location:
GLCSSNY Visitors Center: Street level entrance of Port Authority Bus Terminal

777 8th Ave
New York, NY 10036 


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A convenient way to see the quaint New England countryside and experience the city of Boston with enough time for dinner in NYC.

If you’ve always wanted to visit Boston, then your trip to NYC gives you a perfect opportunity. CitySightsNY has designed a perfect itinerary with the Freedom Trail Boston Tour to gain a deeper understanding of American history, and check off a new city on your travel list! In this jam-packed day trip, you’ll walk the famed Freedom Trail, shop in Quincy Market, and even visit Harvard and MIT. You’ll see Bunker Hill, Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere’s House, and the sight of the Boston Tea Party. Wander around Boston Common, the oldest city Park in America, and sample local favorites like clam chowder from one of the many restaurants in Quincy Market. Your guides are incredibly knowledgeable and will help you get the most out of your day in Boston.

Additional Information

NYC to Boston and back is approximately 12 hours.

The Tour leaves at 7:00am and returns around 8:00pm – but don’t forget about traffic!
Lunch is not included. But there is so much food located at Quincy Market you’ll have a blast just trying to decide what to eat!

The Tour requires advance reservations and is subject to availability.


GLCSSNY Visitors Center: 777 8th Ave.
New York, NY 10036