To be considered a historical landmark, buildings must be at least 50 years old and contain at least one Founding Father’s skeleton. Feel history in your bones with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $14 for a choice of walking tours for two (up to a $30 value)
- $25 for a choice of walking tours for four (up to a $60 value)
These 90-minute walking tours allow customers to take-in obscure details about Boston’s historic neighborhoods. Such details include a sleepwalking murderer on Beacon Hill, a 19th century Lover’s Lane in the Back Bay, and the tumultuous actions that have taken place on the North End.
Three history buffs founded Boston Strolls with the goal of highlighting their city's fascinating and often hilarious forgotten tales. Launching in Beacon Hill, the tours have now expanded into the Back Bay and North End. Today, guides lead all tours past historic brick and stone facades, as well as the occasional Bruins shrine, and immerse participants in an interactive exploration of Boston's lesser-known history.
In addition to their sometimes dark and often humorous anecdotes, they also personalize the tour to each group by judging the knowledge base of their participants and accommodating anyone who is allergic to Boston. Even with their careful planning, the tours often take surprising turns. On one tour, a homeowner invited the group around a private wall to see the house's private garden that, in traditional Beacon Hill fashion, was completely hidden from all other passersby.
94% of 232 customers recommend
“Nikki is very informed and a good story teller!”
“Very interesting tour focusing on Beacon Hill and the "untold" stories!”
“This was an absolutely wonderful tour. I chose the North End Underground option (which we took on September 25th), and brought three friends with me. We loved it. ...”
“This was an absolutely wonderful tour. I chose the North End Underground option (which we took on September 25th), and brought three friends with me. We loved it. The guide was funny, informed, and introduced us all to the history of this area that none of us (nearly all lifelong residents of Boston) ever knew. We enjoyed ourselves immensely, and I have recommended Boston Strolls to my friends. We're planning to take the Back Bay tour soon!”