Tours in Marblehead


Sailing Outing for One or Two on the Schooner "Fame" (Up to 47% Off)

Schooner "Fame"

Downtown Salem

Passengers board replica of early 1812 privateer schooner Fame for a 90-minute sailing trip on historic Salem Sound

$35 $19

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$29 for One Adult Ticket to Any Whale-Watching Cruise from Cape Ann Whale Watch (Up to $48 Value)

Cape Ann Whale Watch

Gloucester

View humpback and fin whales as they feed and play within close range of the 115 ft. boat, Hurricane II; valid for all trips.

$48 $29

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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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Historic Narrated Trolley Tours of Boston for Adults or Children from Boston Super Tours (Up to 27% Off)

Boston Super Tours

Upper Deck Trolley Tours

Hop on and off a comprehensive trolley tour that stops at Boston’s most iconic landmarks

$39.05 $29

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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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Boston-to–New York New Year's Eve Tour or Woodbury Common Black Friday Tour from Go Go U.S. Tour (Up to 51% Off)

Go Go U.S. Tour

Chinatown - Leather District

Tours let clients experience the rush of New York City during New Year’s Eve, or take advantage of Black Friday sales at Woodbury Common

$99 $49

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Select Local Merchants

Shopping excursions embark every day except on holidays and on New England Patriots home-game days. Direct Boston hotel pickup is available for hotel guests, while visitors and area residents can get picked up at either the Back Bay Station on Dartmouth Street at 8:30 a.m. or the South Station on Atlantic Avenue at 9 a.m. and head back toward Boston at 4:15 p.m.
145 Dartmouth Street
Boston,
MA
US
Launched in 1948 by Chicago shipwright Henry C. Grebe, the Full Moon is an antique, 65-foot motor yacht that ravels constantly. In the winters, it cruises the waters of southern Florida, but it returns to New England once it gets warmer, taking passengers on voyages throughout Boston Harbor. Onboard the Full Moon, passengers can take in skyline views and sunset vistas from the sea. The refitted vessel features wooden decks and varnished rails, as well as intimate gathering areas and seating scattered across the boat. A sun-soaked bow presents passengers with unblocked views of the surroundings. The covered aft deck and indoor salon areas let passengers relax away from the elements.
87 Commercial Wharf
Boston,
MA
US
Boston Duck Tours? conductors helm a fleet of restored World War II?era style amphibious vehicles. These DUKWs were originally used to usher soldiers and supplies from sea to land, the vehicles now enjoy a cheerier, award-winning career rumbling down the streets of Boston and slapping speeding tickets on mallard ducks in the Charles River. The amphibious vehicles hold up to 36 guests in their open-air back decks for 360-degree views of the cityscape.
1 Central Wharf
Boston,
MA
US
What makes it great: learn about Sam Adams—both the man and the malt; peek into the brewing process; tastings included in tour; suggested donation of $2 benefits local charities
30 Germania St
Boston,
MA
US
Being nearly four centuries old, Boston has a few sordid tales to tell. Fortunately the Ghosts and Gravestones Tour has the sordid characters to tell them, from a homicidal opera diva to a cursed privateer. As they lead a trolley through the burying grounds and haunted corners of the city, these ghouls share terrifying stories of torture and grave-robbery.
Atlantic Ave at State St
Boston,
MA
US
119 Berkeley St
Boston,
MA
US