Private “I Only Have One Hour!” Tour
- Starting Point: Corner of Arlington Street and Commonwealth Avenue.
- Ending Point: Paul Revere’s House (unless you want to wander a little longer!)
- Who should take this tour: People with limited time who want to see the best of the city in just an hour. This tour is also ideal for younger visitors for whom the longer tours may not hold their interest.
- Time & Mileage: One hour and about 1.5 miles.
- Maximum tour attendees permitted: 12
Too often guests just can’t fit a longer tour into their schedule, but want to get a feel for the city and hit the highlights of the very best Boston has to offer. With that in mind, we present our “greatest hits” in just one hour.
We’ll start with a walk through the Public Garden, the nation’s oldest park, designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, who also designed New York’s Central Park. On through the streets of Beacon Hill to see early examples of Federal-style architecture. We’ll continue to key stops on the Freedom Trail, including the Granary Burying Ground, Old South Meeting House. the site of the Boston Massacre, Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, and concluding at the 1680 home of Paul Revere.
Have a little more time? Be my guest a little longer and we’ll zip over to Old North Church and talk a little bit about Paul Revere’s midnight ride, Lexington & Concord and the Siege of Boston!
- Private Tour: $200 (maximum of 12)
Use the Contact Form to inquire about this tour.