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Enjoy a fully-narrated, 90-minute Freedom Trail walking tour. Also includes a free mini-harbor cruise. Tour departs from the Hooker Statue at the State House. Reservations required. Tickets: $20; $10 children. Open daily 9 am - 8 pm. www.bostonadventures.com - alotta, 10/09/2001
Visit many Boston parks and neighborhoods including the Esplanade, Fenway Park, and Victory Garden during this low-impact narrated bike tour. Tw0 hour guided tours cover 4 - 8 miles ($18) and 3.5-hour tours cover 12 - 17 miles ($25). Both include water and helmet; bike rental available. Two-hour tours Mon - Sat 1 pm and 4 pm; also Sat 10:30 am. Sun 11 am - 3 pm. - alotta, 10/09/2001
Get a taste of the city's architectural heritage through a guided tour by specially trained volunteers. The 90-minute tours explore the Freedom Trail, Copley Square, Beacon Hill, The Waterfront, The North End, and Boston Underground. Regular tour price: $8; $6 for children 6 - 12. Younger explorers can experience Boston by Little Feet ($6), a one-hour tour. Special Tour: The Big Dig, $10. - alotta, 10/09/2001
This 90-minute tour explores the dramatic stories that have shaped Boston's, as well as the nation's, future. Authentic maritime music and Pirate history underscore tours of the Harbor, lighthouses, and islands. Tours weekends at 10:30 am and 1 pm. Tickets: $19; $17 seniors and students, $10 for ages 12 and under. Box lunches available. www.bostonharborcruises.org - alotta, 10/09/2001
This 50 acres of America's oldest park was set aside in 1634 as a military training ground and common pasture land. Visit the Public Garden, the nation's oldest botanical garden, located across from Charles Street. The man-made lagoon outlined by gardens is home to Boston's popular and well-known Swan Boats. - alotta, 10/09/2001
These 80-minute tours combine a land view of the city with a splash into the Charles River. Narrated by conDUCKtors, this is one of the most unique tours in the city! Open daily 9 am to a half hour before sunset. Tickets: $21; $18 seniors and students, $11 children 4 - 12, 25 cents children 3 and under. Group rates for 16 and more; rain or shine. - alotta, 10/09/2001
Enjoy a tour of this National Recreation Area comprised of 31 islands such as George's Island, Gallop's Island, and Grape Island, which boast woods, marshes, sandy beaches, and spectacular Boston skyline views. - alotta, 10/09/2001
Robert Shure designed these twin sculptures as a memorial to the 1845-1849 famine that took over a million lives. The pieces represent hardship endured by Irish families and optimism toward a future in Boston. - alotta, 10/09/2001
Millions of books, manuscripts, books, and music scores are housed in the first public library in the US. Free one-hour art and architecture tours M 2:30 pm, Tues & Th 6 pm, Fri - Sat 11 am, Sun 2 pm; meet at the Dartmouth St. lobby. Open M - Th 9 am - 9 pm, F - Sat 9 am - 5 pm, Sun 1 pm - 5 pm. - alotta, 10/09/2001
Experience a reenactment of The Boston Tea Party performed by costumed guides. Tax-free tea served. Admission: $8; $7 students and seniors, $4 children ages 4 - 12, free 3 and under. - alotta, 10/09/2001
Go on a personalized, six-hour sightseeing adventure of Boston, Charlestown, and Cambridge. Visit Boston's waterfront, Back Bay, Harvard University, Faneuil Hall, Freedom Trail including the Old North Church, and the Charlestown Navy yard. Reservations required, taken one day in advance only: 12 pm - 9:30 pm. Tickets: $42; $10 children ages 10 - 16, free for children under 10. www.bostontours.com - alotta, 10/09/2001
Boston Adventures 0 Begins at State House Boston 617-430-1900 This is the correct phone number for Boston Adventures! Thank you. - Eric, 09/05/2006
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