Boston Freedom Trail Day Trip From New York - New York City

199 Reviews 4 Write a Review
From USD 169
Check Availability

Tour Information

Tour Details


See the historical sights and famous universities of the Boston area on this full-day trip from New York City. After a scenic drive through Connecticut, arrive in Boston, Massachusetts. See top Boston attractions including Harvard University, Trinity Church and the site of the Boston Tea Party. Follow the red-brick Freedom Trail, which leads to 16 important historical locations including the Paul Revere House, the site of the Boston Massacre and the USS 'Constitution,' learning all about the rich and colorful history of Boston from your informative and engaging guide.

Read More


  • Fully narrated tour
  • Day trip (destination A to B)
  • Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
Read More

Know More about this tour

Your full-day tour begins by traveling along the scenic eastern coast of Connecticut 220 miles (354 km) toward Boston, Massachusetts.

Stop at Cambridge to tour world-famous Harvard University. Stroll through Harvard Yard, see the huge Widener Library, and rub the shoe of the statue of John Harvard for good luck. Pass by two other institutions of higher learning — the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Cambridge College.

Next, cross the Charles River into Boston and view the majestic Trinity Church in Copley Square. Then, follow along the 2.5-mile (4-km) Freedom Trail, a mostly brick path that leads to 16 historical sites including Faneuil Hall, the site of the Boston Massacre and Boston Common. Break for lunch (not included) at Quincy Market, where you can sample local favorites such as clam chowder and lobster rolls.

After lunch, head to the site of the infamous Boston Tea Party. Throughout your tour, learn all about Boston's historical legacy and contemporary culture from your knowledgeable guide. In late afternoon, reboard your minivan for the trip back to New York. Your action-packed, 13-hour day trip to Boston concludes with your return to midtown Manhattan.
Read More

Inclusions for Boston Freedom Trail Day Trip From New York

  • Professional tour guide

  • Transportation by 15-passenger van or a full-sized bus

  • Sightseeing of Boston

  • Wifi on bus only

Read More

Exclusions for Boston Freedom Trail Day Trip From New York

  • Gratuities (optional)

  • Food and drinks

  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

Read More

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

A moderate amount of walking is involved

For tours with fewer guests, vans may be substituted

Tours can be bilingual/multilingual as they are offered in many different languages

Children under the age of 2 are free, please advise at time of booking if infant is traveling

Wheelchair accessible, please advise at time of booking if wheelchair assistance is required

Read More
Cancellation Policy
  • If you cancel within 3 calendar days (72 hours) of the scheduled departure time, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel between 4 to 7 Calendar days before scheduled tour departure,the cancellation charge will be 50% of the undiscounted tour price.
  • If you cancel at least 8 calendar days in advance of the scheduled departure time, there is no cancellation fee. You will receive Full Refund for the paid amount.
  • Please note that in case of No show, the cancellation charge will be 100% of the listed tour fare.
  • Please note tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Write A Review

199 reviews by the users

  • All things went wrong on this trip. First, we did not go in a bus with wi-fi, but in a uncomfortable mini-bus without this facility. The guide was in a constant hurry, not giving time to enjoy must of the places. The worst came after freedom trial. The guide gave free time and combined an encounter near the market. The place was crowded, and the guide only used a black umbrela to be noticed... I could not find him nor the minibus. I had to buy a train ticket to New York, since I had to rely on the wi-fi and there were none on the minibus. It was my worst experience in an excursion.

  • Amazing. A must for everyone.

  • Best Day trip I have booked so far! We missed visiting Harvard Yard because it was suddenly closed to the public. However, Joseph was able to turn it around by giving us a lot of fun info about the sites we visited.

    Our tour bus had a lot of different nationalities on board, as such, there were 4 guides and we were near the German guide and we had a difficult time listening to Joseph while inside the bus because we can overhear the other guide. Other than that, loved the tour!

  • Good tour too, however the tour was too big and the switch between spanish and english was annoying, they should have separate guides for each language

  • Such a good day. Everything about it was great. An early start but well worth it. Splitting the people into groups with individual guides worked really well. Loved going to Harvard, never expected it to be such a fantastic experience. Amazing trip.

  • A lot of sitting on a bus but the product when you get there is great. Boston was always a place we wanted to visit due to the recommendation of friends. This trip gives you an appetiser for what a wonderful city has to see.

  • A long day with a lot to take in but well worth it. Our guide was very informative throughout the day.

  • This is a great whistle stop tour to allow you to see what delights Boston has to offer. We took this tour while spending a week in NYC and it was worth the early start. There is a huge amount packed in to the day and the guides are extremely well read in all aspects of the city. We were lucky to enough have a glorious day to take this tour and it really showed off this beautiful city to its best.

  • Really enjoyed Boston. Wanted to spend a lot longer there instead of just a day trip. Most definitely a place to revisit.

  • Very disappointing. Guide did not have enough in depth knowledge to make the visit memorable. Itinerary not great, better choices of venues to see and learn about, and too much time in the boring over-rated Quincy market which is not a market but a mass of 'fast food' stalls, which one does not need when one is on a historical visit. More places of interest need to be included with entrances to some.

  • Show More
USD 157.13