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
Please note: Stop # 6 will be closed, Oct 18th and all “Green” loop trolleys will service stop # 17A, expect up to 20 additional minutes of travel time and plan accordingly
Built in 1805 and renovated in 1830, the Nichols House Museum was constructed by architect Charles Bulfinch. The museum takes its name from Rose Standish Nichols, who lived in the house between 1885 and 1960, and represents the lifestyle of the American upper class during that period. The Nichols House Museum offers a room-by-room tour of the four-story row house, which is decorated in original furnishings.