3-Day Boston Itinerary

Our company offers many exciting opportunities for a variety of different age groups. Boston offers fun activities including historical sites, museums, and activities such as whale watching.

Boston has a great way of tying fun and education together, so your whole group will learn something while they enjoy themselves. This tour may be customized to fit the needs of your individual group. Generally, this tour is best suited for 40 or more participants.

Sample 3-Day Itinerary

Day 1

New England Aquarium
The giant sea turtle is probably the most famous part of the New England Aquarium, but she’s only one of them. Other exhibits bring you straight into the underwater world of sharks, seals, rays, and more. This is as close to an underwater experience as you can get. The museum wants to increase its visitor’s knowledge of ocean life and is passionate about learning. The fascinating exhibits include the Giant Ocean Tank, which is the world’s largest circular salt water tank, and the Simons IMAX Theatre. The lights and sounds will give you the impression of truly being in the underwater world. You’ll love the exhibits here. Plus, the fact that the New England Aquarium is a leader in marine conservation around the world will add even more to your enjoyment.
Boston Duck Tour
Aside from the very cool vehicle in which you travel by street and by water, you get to see all of these amazing Boston sites: Boston Common, Charles River, Beacon Hill, Bunker Hill, Faneuil Hall, Prudential Tower, Old North Church, Old State House, Cheers, Newbury Street, Trinity Church, Hancock Tower, Longfellow Bridge, and much more. Boston is a fascinating city filled with contemporary traditions and rich history. The DUCK is a fun and exciting way to experience it.

Day 2

Bunker Hill
Bunker Hill’s design will remind you of the Washington Monument. It memorializes a famous battle from the American Revolution. This is the spot where the colonial soldiers left a lasting impression on the British, setting the tone for the rest of the Revolution. Your climb to the top of the Bunker Hill Memorial is the start of the history that you will learn about here. You will have a better understand of not only the American Revolution but also the ideals and determination behind it.
Boston Massacre Site
Skyscrapers now tower over the historic Old State House in Boston, Massachusetts. The Boston Massacre site is signified by circled bricks around a single star. The beginning of the American Revolution is credited by the killing of five colonists by the British military presence in Boston that night in 1770. It was a powerful moment in American history. It’s an important part of the amazing Freedom Trail in Boston and a very significant time in America’s history.
What would a discovery of American history be without the Mayflower? The stories in our history books would be very different if it weren’t for the passengers aboard. Step right into history and discover these pilgrims and their journey for yourself. The Mayflower II is a replica of the ship that brought the pilgrims to America. You will find costumed guides who can astonish you with the experiences of those passengers from the first Mayflower. You’ll feel you have become part of history itself, and you’ll experience the story of Americas’ birth.

Day 3

Salem Wax Museum
The Salem witch trials were a tragic time in America’s history. Dedicated to a better understanding of the events and lives lost, the Salem Wax Museum gives you the opportunity to see lifelike replicas of people from the trial. Each of its figures tell such a haunting story –like the woman  on trial, judge Hathorne, who eventually led the hysteria of 1692. This is a unique way to experience Salem’s most infamous era.
Copley Square
Copley Square is located in Boston’s beautiful and historic Back Bay. Its historic sites include Trinity Church and Old South Church. You will see the John Hancock Tower overlooking Copley Square along with the Old Hancock Building. Copley Place is an exciting mall on Copley Square and is also a great attraction for your group. It has 75 fascinating shops. They include – among others – Christian Dior, Barneys New York, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Burberry, and Neiman Marcus.