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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.
All stops are open and we are not servicing stop #17A today (10/20/2019)

 

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Symphony Hall

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boston symphony hall

The Symphony Hall in Boston, Massachusetts is considered one of the top concert halls in the world because of its impressive acoustics. The Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Pops share the hall. The Symphony Hall was designed through a collaboration of architects McKim, Mead and White and assistant professor of physics at Harvard University, Wallace Clement Sabine. Sixteen Greek and Roman statue replicas line the walls of the hall and Beethoven’s name is inscribed over the stage. The Symphony Hall’s organ, a 4,800 pipe Aeolian-Skinner, is also considered to be one of the best in the world. It was installed in 1949 and is autographed by Albert Schweitzer.

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