An Adventure in History!®

Boston Field Trip Tours

Boston field trip hosts

We offer two tours for school groups!

Historical Tour

Our Historical Tour is geared to all ages and takes you through Boston while recounting the history of our beautiful city. Your conductor will tell stories from the past while weaving in current events and happenings by mixing the old and the new. Our two hour, fully narrated tour of the city covers over 100 points of interest and encompasses all the important historic sights and the major attractions, museums, and parks in Boston. Your tour will include Boston’s historic waterfront, the New England Aquarium, including the North End and the ride made famous by Paul Revere. See The U.S.S. Constitution and learn about the battle of Bunker Hill. Pass by the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Quincy Market, Faneuil Hall, Government Center, the Old State House, and the New State House. We also take you through Beacon Hill, Copley Square, the Back Bay and Trinity Church. You will see the heart of the city—the Boston Common and the beautiful Public Garden, the Swan Boats, and the Make Way for Duckling statues.

Old Town Trolley at Boston Faneuil Hall

Did You Know?

50 to 60 “Sons of Liberty,” disguised as Mohawks, protested the 3 cents per pound British tax on tea by dumping chests into the Boston Harbor on December 16, 1773. And the improper Bostonians repeated the performance on March 7, 1774.

tea chests floating on water at the Boston Tea Party Ships

Sons and Daughters of Liberty Tour

An Adventure in History! and incorporating standards from the National Council for Social Studies, our Sons and Daughters of Liberty Tour is a hands-on, educational field trip experience that brings to life the story of the American Revolution and the birth of our nation. This tour is perfect for middle school students as an interactive and fun way to make history jump off their textbooks and come to life! Guided by a costumed Son or Daughter of Liberty, you will be led down the Road to the American Revolution starting where the very first Puritans landed in Charlestown. From there you will be guided through the city and along the Freedom Trail to various historical sites from Faneuil Hall, the “Cradle of Liberty”, to The Granary Burying Ground where Boston’s members of the Founding Fathers now lay to rest. This 2 ½ hour tour serves as the perfect supplement to learning about the American Revolution in the classroom. Our guides engage the students with activities, historical replicas, and traditions that immerse them in the history of Boston! Taking students out and in front of the country’s most treasured historical sites, while encouraging them to use the knowledge they learned in the classroom, only serves to enhance their educational experience.

host standing on balcony at Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum