Tours in Fenway


Personalized Pedicab Tour for up to Three Adults or Two Adults and Two Kids from Boston Pedicab (Up to 38% Off)

Boston Pedicab

Boston Pedicab

Riders pick a route that matches their interests and passes historic sites, local art, and other notable destinations

$95 $59

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Two-Hour Chocolate Walking tour with Six Tastings for One, Two, or Four from Great Food Tours (Up to 60% Off)

Great Food Tours

Boston

Sample champagne-flavored truffles, chocolatey French pastries, and chcolate fudge during a two-hour chocolate tour of Back Bay

$50 $25

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Distillery Tour for Two or Four of Bully Boy Distillers (Up to 50% Off)

Bully Boy Distillery

Bully Boy Distillery

Tours travel past mash tanks & copper stills to see how the distillery produces rum, vodka & whiskey

$40 $23

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Boston-to–New York Tour for One, Two, or Four from Go Go U.S. Tour ($70 Value)

Go Go U.S. Tour

Boston

All-day tour takes groups around some of NYC’s most famous sites including Times Square and Rockefeller Center

$70 $35

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Two or Four Tickets to Tour of The Freedom Trail: The Path to Independence from Histrionic Academy (Up to 58% Off)

Histrionic Academy

Downtown

Costume-clad tour guides lead visitors along the Freedom Trail passing by historic landmarks and imparting facts about revolutionary figures

$29.90 $14.95

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One, Two, Four, or Ten Admissions to a Boston Bar Crawl from Barcrawlin.com (Up to 80% Off)

Barcrawlin.com

Scollay Square

Drink craft beer and cocktails at four to five bars while dressed according to a playful theme

$49 $19

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Boston Haunts Historical Walking Ghost Tour for Two or Four (Up to 58% Off)

Boston Haunts

Irish Famine Memorial

Guides lead 90-minute walking tours by lantern through historic streets of downtown Boston, sharing stories and reported ghost sightings

$30 $15

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  • Walking Boston - Private Tours, Historic Boston
    There are about as many tour company options in Boston as there are red painted bricks on the Freedom Trail, so choosing one can be understandably daunting. But only one, Walking Boston, features a guide whose ancestry dates back to colonial Boston. Ben Edwards, with family ties to the Sons of Liberty and Paul Revere, hosts these private tours that combine Boston’s past with Edwards’ own, including Colonial-era documents from his personal collection. Available from March to December, regular tours last about three hours and include stops at fourteen historic sites, as well as several secret spots that Edwards likes to highlight. Extended options might include a swing through Charlestown or the Paul Revere House, plus a stop off for lunch at Faneuil Hall. And at the end, everyone is given a CD of Edwards’ historical children’s book, One April in Boston.
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    221 Massachusetts Ave
    Boston, MA US
  • Art Tours Boston
    The walking expeditions of Art Tours Boston shepherd art-lovers and curious newcomers to galleries along Newbury Street or in the buzzing former mill buildings of the South End. Their leaders are professional artists, curators, and professors, and they're armed with enough knowledge that these local tours double as a survey of the vast arena of traditional, modern and contemporary art. As they travel from spot to spot perfecting their thoughtful head tilt, tour guests find opportunities to meet artists, discuss paintings, photography, and sculpture, and chat with art dealers.
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    30 Ipswich St
    Boston, MA US
  • Great Boston Beer Marathon
    Marathon runners spend months or longer preparing their bodies for the 26.2-mile race. In that respect—and maybe in others—the Great Boston Beer Marathon is completely different. No amount of prep work is needed to stop at all 26 bars on the marathon map, except perhaps acquiring a pair of comfortable shoes and a taste for cold, frothy brews. Each stop along the way offers participants food or drink specials, with some inviting tipplers in for deals on pool and other games. The bars on the route tend to be diverse, ranging from Irish pubs to dance clubs to gastropubs. Bars can be visited in any order, and marathoners can recognize others of their ilk by their official event T-shirts, Viking hats, and the phantom pint-raising motion they make when they’re nowhere near a beer.
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    15 Lansdowne Street
    Boston, MA US
  • Beantown Trolley
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    800 Boylston St
    Boston, MA US
  • Max Brenner
    Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate. That’s what patrons at Max Brenner want and that’s what they receive at the Boylston Street branch of this popular chain of chocolate-centric restaurants and bars. Diners come in ready to eat their weight in various forms of processed cocoa; and with dishes like chocolate pizza, chocolate crepes and chocolate fondue towers, it’s easy enough to do just that. You can drink it too, in the form of hot chocolate or a chocolate martini made with vanilla vodka, among other options. If you’d rather indulge in something savory first from this hip, chic space, pick from the full menu that includes burgers, salads, steaks and more. There’s even a daily brunch for morning fans, and not-so-subtle take-home chocolate syringes push home the notion of “getting a chocolate fix.”
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    745 Boylston St
    Boston, MA US
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