Small Group Boston Tours

Tours in Boston

Boston, Massachusetts is a modern, innovative city steeped in US history. It is one of the oldest cities in the USA and is historically known for the key role it played in the American Revolution, especially the Boston Tea Party. Boston is home to a bustling arts and culture scene, elite educational institutions including MIT and Harvard, major league sports teams, and shopping districts.

For Boston Tours, Boston Massachusetts is ideal for many different types of travelers. There are many sightseeing opportunities that are suitable for families, couples, retirees, and solo travelers.

- For anyone seeking to learn more about Boston history, we recommend stopping by Bunker Hill Monument, and USS Constitution, both stops along the historic Freedom Trail.

- The city is also known for its beautiful elite educational institutions including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard.

- Fenway Park is a must-see for any sports enthusiast. Here you can explore MLB’s oldest active ballpark, the home of the Red Sox.

- Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market are great stops to explore history while enjoying a bite to eat or doing some shopping.

- Enjoy a relaxing and scenic view of the Boston Skyline with a Boston Harbor Cruise.

Explore Boston

We're here to help you plan the perfect trip to Boston. It's one of the most vibrant and exciting cities in the world, with a deep historical legacy and a thriving arts scene.

Here are some things you shouldn't miss:

Harvard University—the oldest university in America has an incredible campus that includes several museums and other attractions like the Museum of Fine Arts Boston (MFA), Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum (ISGM), and more.

The Freedom Trail—a walking tour that takes visitors through many of Boston's historic sites as well as its history. This is one of the most popular tourist destinations in New England, so make sure not to miss it!

Section: Fenway Park—home to baseball’s Red Sox where they host games at their ballpark every year during spring training season. Never been before? Don't worry! There are plenty of tickets available for every type of fan including kids' tickets for younger fans or group discounts for organizations who want special access privileges such as tours or seating areas closest to home plate or first base!

Historic Site:

Boston is a city that has been around since the 17th century, and it's been the capital of Massachusetts since 1822. It's also home to some of America's greatest landmarks, including Harvard University and Faneuil Hall Marketplace. These are just two places where you can learn more about our country’s history by visiting them with a Boston Seesight tour guide!

Tourists can enjoy their time in this historic city by learning about its rich past through walking tours given by knowledgeable guides who will show you around some of the most famous sites here such as Liberty Pole Hill or Paul Revere’s Old North Church.

If you want more information on these sites than what your guide might tell you during your walk through town, simply ask him/her for more details on each one before leaving their company so that there won't be any surprises later down on Broadway Street.

Explore the best of Fenway Park

The Boston Red Sox is one of the most famous teams in baseball, and Fenway Park is their home stadium. Established in 1912, this historic ballpark was built on land donated by a local brewery owner who wanted to build a new ballpark for his team.

It's also one of only two stadiums that have been designated as National Historic Landmarks (the other being Wrigley Field). The Red Sox have won 10 World Series titles between 1918 and 2004—more than any other MLB franchise!

Their current manager is John Farrell; he took over from Terry Francona after Francona was promoted from Cleveland Indians manager when they won their first World Series title since 1918 last year.

Experience Boston

Follow in the footsteps of the American Revolution with a Freedom Trail tour in Boston. The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile self-guided walking trail that traces some of the most important events in American history.

It's marked by red bricks on either side of the street and includes stops at some of Boston's most iconic landmarks, including Paul Revere’s house and the Bunker Hill Monument. The Freedom Trail can be accessed from any location along it, but it's best to start at Boston Common or Government Center (where you'll find the Old State House). If you're short on time or don't want to hike upstairs all day long, take advantage of their free shuttle service which will take you from one end of town to another!

Whale-watching tour in Boston Harbor

To get to the harbor, you'll need to take the T or the Green Line. From there, it's about a 15-minute walk along the waterfront. Once you arrive at Boston Harbor, your Seesight whale-watching tour guide will introduce you to some facts about whales and their behavior.

You'll be able to see them from shore as well as from a small boat that can maneuver through shallow waters. You may have time for some hiking or shopping before heading back home with memories of an adventure on the water!

Best of Boston's art scene on a museum tour

The Boston Museum of Fine Arts is one of the world’s most prestigious art museums. It houses an incredible collection that includes works from ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome to Impressionism and contemporary artists such as Van Gogh and Picasso.

The Museum of Science is a family favorite because it has interactive exhibits like the zoomable “Feel Good Ball” or touch screen music boards that teach children about science while they play video games on their smartphones!

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is where many people go to explore their fascination with art history through everything from Egyptian artifacts to Michelangelo's David sculpture (which was stolen in 1990).


If you are planning a trip to Boston, there are so many exciting things to do and see. From going on a tour of the city's neighborhoods and monuments, visiting historic sites like the Freedom Trail, or meeting with some of the most famous writers and poets of our time such as Henry Wadsworth Longfellow or Ralph Waldo Emerson!

The Boston Marathon is an annual marathon race held in April that starts at Hopkinton (near Cambridge) and finishes at Copley Square (in Boston). It is now part of the World Marathon Majors series. The course runs through 26 cities across 26 miles (42 kilometers), changing from urban landscapes with road crossings into suburban areas with little hills along its route before returning into urban areas again near mile 19 until the finish line where runners cross another finish line made up entirely out of flowers.

You can also visit King’s Chapel which was built in 1723, Massachusetts State House or Museum of Fine Arts which was founded in 1877 by Jules Guerin-Desbuisants, Harvard University’s oldest university building because it was too expensive for them to build one inside campus grounds while still maintaining class structure between classes.


What are the top attractions to explore in Boston? 

Explore the top sites in Boston and learn about the role that this modern, innovative city played in American history with our Best of Boston Tour.


Which tour is ideal for those short on time in Boston? 

If you're short on time, our Boston City Tour is perfect for experiencing the city's top attractions and visitor experiences efficiently.


Are there any scenic night tours available in Boston? 

Yes, you can uncover Boston's captivating history and enjoy a scenic view of the Boston skyline with our Scenic Boston Night Tour.


Can I book a private tour in Boston for a more exclusive experience? 

Absolutely! You can book an exclusive Private Tour of Boston that includes top attractions like USS Constitution and Bunker Hill Monument.


What are some must-visit places in Boston for history enthusiasts? 

For history enthusiasts, we recommend visiting Bunker Hill Monument and USS Constitution along the historic Freedom Trail.


What sports-related activities can I enjoy in Boston? 

Sports enthusiasts should not miss a visit to Fenway Park, the oldest active ballpark and home of the Boston Red Sox.


Where can I learn more about Boston's art scene? 

Explore the best of Boston's art scene with a museum tour, including the prestigious Boston Museum of Fine Arts.