It's not uncommon for residents to explore their city's iconic sights only when guests come to town or when practicing hypnosis in a mirror leads to amnesia. Refresh your memory’s image bank with today’s Groupon from Brush Hill Tours. Choose from the following five options:
- For $37, you get two admissions to the Cambridge/Lexington and Concord tour (a $74 value). The three-and-a-half-hour tour runs daily through October 23.
- For $42, you get two admissions to The Witch City—Salem and Marblehead tour (an $84 value). The seven-hour tour runs three days a week through October 22.
- For $58, you get two admissions to the Fall Foliage Spectacular tour (a $116 value). The day-long tour runs daily from September 17 to October 23.
- For $58, you get two admissions to the New England Seacoast tour (a $116 value). The day-long excursion runs three days a week through October 22.
- For $60, you get two admissions to the Total Experience tour (a $120 value). The seven-hour tour runs daily through October 23.
All tours depart at 9:30 a.m. from the Gray Line ticket office at 16 South Charles Street.
Brush Hill Tours’ uniformed driver-guides and Gray Line Sightseeing operators expound on window-framed sights as they pilot spacious motor coaches through picturesque and historical New England locales. All tours include free time for shopping, eating, and cartwheel practice and include the New England Seacoast circuit’s two-hour kick-around in picturesque Kennebunk Village, Maine or the Fall Foliage Spectacular tour’s fresh cider and apple-picking session. Featuring a stop at Lexington Common, where the American Revolution’s first shots were exchanged, the Cambridge/Lexington and Concord route steeps brains in essential U.S. history throughout the seasons, and the Total Experience year-round tour follows the route of Paul Revere and the Battle Trail, and includes a two-hour coach jaunt through Boston, featuring sights like Harvard Square and the magic-marker signing of the U.S.S. Constitution. To ensure availability, reservations for the Fall Foliage Spectacular, the Witch City Tour, and New England Seacoast Tour must be made by September 7.
It seems like there's always something new to discover in New England. Take Boston, for example: it alone is home to some of America's most famous sites, with borders encircling the likes of both the North End's "Little Italy," Copley Square, and the Boston Marathon finish line. It's also home to The USS Constitution, a Navy ship nicknamed "Old Ironsides" for its resilience against cannonballs during the War of 1812. These destinations are among 11 stops on Gray Line's Beantown Trolley which shows off the area's biggest attractions. Guides are there to narrate each journey as the red trolley car travels its 80-minute route across the city, allowing passengers to hop on and off at their leisure.