Below is a sample itinerary for what your group may want to experience:
3 Day Pilgrims and Patriots
- Concord Museum…This museum is one of few to offer a collection of exhibits dating back before the Civil War. View the lantern referenced in Paul Revere’s Ride, Thoreau’s cabin furnishings from Walden Pond, and much more.
- Minuteman National Historic Park… Learn about the American Revolution while exploring historic sites and landscapes like the North Bridge and the Battle Road Trail.
- Salem Witch Museum… Realize the hysteria that consumed Salem in 1692 as you learn about witches, their craft, and witch hunts.
- Boston Harbor Cruises… A Boston Harbor Cruise will show you Boston’s sites, history, and character as no one else can.
- Colonial Boston Breakfast at Hotel
- National Heritage Museum (Lexington, MA self-guided)… This museum is filled with exciting stories of adventure, patriotism, invention, and community allowing you to experience the spirit of America.
- Plymouth Plantation & Mayflower II… Gain understanding of New England’s early European settlers and their day-to-day lives when you visit the plantation. See what they endured to get to America as you view the ship recreation Mayflower II.
- Dead of Night Ghost Tours (groups under 20)… Walk the dark cemetery paths of Burial Hill by lantern light amid talk of ghosts and mystery.
- Breakfast at Hotel
- Freedom Trail (with Boston Tour Guide)… Conceived by a local journalist, the Freedom Trail highlights historic sites. Beginning at Boston Common, it winds through downtown Boston, into Charleston, and ends at Bunker Hill.
- Bunker Hill Monument… This monument was erected in memory of the American Revolution’s first major battle.
- USS Constitution… Visit the oldest warship in the world, which is still afloat.
- Paul Revere House… This house is the oldest one in downtown Boston. It was once the dwelling of Paul Revere, the patriotic silversmith.
- Faneuil Hall and Marketplace Faneuil Hall… Faneuil Hall is a marketplace and meeting hall that has hosted inspirational speeches by Samuel Adams and other patriots.
- Old North Church… Built in 1723, this Episcopal Church is Boston’s oldest church. The first bells brought to America sounded in the Old North Church in 1744.
- Old South Meeting House… The Old South Meeting House is a Puritan church that marks the starting location for the Boston Tea Party.
- Harvard Square… Play, shop, or eat in this bustling Cambridge neighborhood.
This is only a sample itinerary and can be adjusted to meet your group’s needs. Call us today to set up an itinerary that will meet your needs.