Congratulations! You are booking the best sightseeing tour that Boston has to offer. You are not alone however, and during September and October we are very busy. We would like to let you know in advance that you may face longer than usual wait times to board a trolley. Don’t let this discourage you, our friendly and professional local experts will be on hand to make sure that you get to see and experience EVERYTHING that Boston has to offer during your time with us. Welcome aboard
The Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum is CLOSED Sunday, Oct 20th., due to a scheduled private event,
Stop #6 will be closed” and “All “Green” loop trolleys will service stop #17A, please allow up to 20 additional minutes of travel time and plan accordingly.
Built in 1796 by Charles Bulfinch for Harrison Gray Otis and his wife Sally, the house is the last surviving home in what was once Boston’s most exclusive neighborhood. As a developer of Beacon Hill, Otis made a fortune, and he later served as a Representative in Congress and Mayor of Boston. The Federal Style is emulated in the home’s classic architecture and elegant furnishings.