CLASSIC BACK BAY WALKING TOUR # 11

HOURS: 3.5


Fredrick Law Olmsted's Victorian Gem
A sparkling,  "architectural jewel,"  learn how this residential neighborhood is Boston's  "Crowning Glory!"  Stroll along luxurious,  "Parisian-style boulevards and avenues"  enveloped in upscale boutiques and brownstones with signature hand-rails and  "dazzling, cone-shaped"  roof tops!  Home to Trinity and New England Conservatory, the Back Bay is also home to,  "Mrs. Jack,"  Mrs. Isabella Gardner, donor of the Isabella Gardner Museum.



Activity Level
Medium


Location Visited
   BACK BAY - Located in Boston and adjacent to Beacon Hill and Downtown Boston
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CLASSIC HARVARD UNIVERsity and MIT WALKING TOUR # 12

HOURS: 3.5


Cambridge  Universities
Harvard University (1636) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1865) have an appeal that excites visitors from across the world!  Visit MIT's Stata Center, the location where the genius in Good Will Hunting answered the baffling, mathematical equation on the towering board!  See Harvard Yard, Memorial Drive's rolling campus and Harvard Kennedy School where  "Professor Wigglesworth once grazed his cows"  and upper-class men  reside.


Activity Level
High


Location Visited
  CAMBRIDGE - 3 Miles North of Boston / 5 Km

CLASSIC BEACON HILL WALKING TOUR # 10

HOURS: 3.5


 Splendor on a Hill
Nestled on a quiet hill, the elegance of Beacon Hill's Louisburg Square is a striking resemblance to London circa late 1700s.  Stroll on red-brick, cobblestone sidewalks and experience majestic beauty as you see Federal, Greek Revival and Victorian architecture beautifully decorated with original gas lamps and lavender pane glass windows!  Home of the  "Boston Brahmins,"  Beacon Hill is also home to thousands of former African, fugitive slaves, Eastern European Jewish and Irish, each whom made this a stunningly historic neighborhood!



Activity Level
Medium


Location Visited
  BEACON HILL - Located in Boston and adjacent to the Back Bay  and Downtown Boston

CLASSIC ANTIQUING IN ESSEX COUNTY TOUR # 8

HOURS: 7.5


            New England's Hidden Treasures    
An  "antique lover's paradise,"  visit antique shops that specialize in  "Early Americana, antiquarian books, paintings, furniture, vintage jewelry and collectibles, 35 of which are situated in just one mile of Essex's Main Street."  With a stopover for lunch at Woodman's, savor the famously delicious New England Fried Clams, Lawrence  "Chubby"  Woodman invented in 1917 when he  "tossed some clams dipped in evaporated milk and corn flour into his potato chip fryer"  and changed the culinary world!



Activity Level
Medium


Location Visited
 ESSEX - 32 Miles North of Boston / 51 Km​

CLASSIC FREEDOM TRAIL TOUR # 13

HOURS: 4.5


 Freedom Trail & Classical Music
Walk  "America's first historic footpath!"  Relive the tumultuous events that put  "The Cradle of Liberty"  on the map of British North America!  Visit Harvard University in Cambridge (1636), America's oldest Ivy-league College.  See Massachusetts Hall where General George Washington 3 July 1775 made the patriot militia the first Continental Army. This tour will end at Fanueil Hall, Quincy Market, home of Boston Classical.  



                                                                                                            *concert fee


Activity Level
Medium-High


Locations Visited
 HISTORIC BOSTON - Located in the center of Boston, The Freedom Trail is a 2.5 Mile / 3 Km footpath covering 2.5 centuries of  "America's Most Significant History."

CAMBRIDGE - 3 Miles North of Boston Proper / 5 Km

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Learn Boston's Rich Historical Past

CLASSIC HISTORIC NORTH END WALKING TOUR # 9

HOURS: 3.5


Little Italy's Charm
Reigned as  "one of the best Little Italy's,"  the North End brims with classic charm!  With its award winning, authentic bakery, pastry and grocery shops, its close proximity to  "The Cradle of Liberty"  (Fanueil Hall) and New England Holocaust Memorial will intrigue you!  This ethnic neighborhood is home to Paul Revere, Old North Church and Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy.   Site of the funerals of Sacco and Vanzetti,  two Italians whose unjust executions in 1927 in Massachusetts  "sparked riots in cities across the world;"  the North End is also home to thousands of Irish, Eastern European Jewish and Italian immigrant, ghosts whose push cart, treasured tales made their American Dream!


 
Activity Level
High


Location Visited
 NORTH END  - ("Little Italy") Adjacent to Downtown Boston and Beacon Hill


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