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If you’re in Boston, you are at the epicenter of American history. There are so many activities and attractions in this city, including educational points of interest and others that are just plain fun. Since it’s summer, you’re probably on the lookout for what’s open during the summer holidays like Memorial day, Labor day & 4th of July in Boston. Read on and find out what’s open with our list of what’s open during summer holidays in Boston.
What’s Open Memorial Day Weekend in Boston
Open on Memorial Day weekend, this attraction is a great way to see all the sights, the Old Town Trolley Tour will take you to more than 100 of the city’s most popular attractions. Along the way, you will be entertained by the onboard conductor and have no need to worry about finding parking around the city. Hop on and off as often as you wish and check out all that Boston has to offer.
Old Town Trolley offers Memorial Day Promotions, visit the site to learn more.
Relive the single most important event leading up to the American Revolution in 1773. Interact with colonial participants from the Boston Tea Party this Memorial Day weekend and explore the historically restored tall ships, and experience a holographic encounter with the “Let It Begin Here” movie presentation.
Boston Tea Party & Ships offers Memorial Day Promotions, visit the site to learn more.
All weekend explore the haunted past of Boston, open Memorial Day. See some of the city’s spookiest sites, including the Omni Parker House, King’s Chapel Burying Ground and much more. Climb aboard the Trolley of the Doomed for a chilling “frightseeing” tour you’ll never forget.
Ghosts & Gravestones offers Memorial Day Promotions, visit the site to learn more.
What’s Open 4th of July Weekend in Boston
Open 4th of July weekend, The Old Town Trolley Tour is the most comprehensive tour of its kind, taking you to more than 100 different points of interest. The hometown guides are amusing and eager, so don’t expect a monotoned description of quick drive-bys. These history buffs share interesting accounts about the people and places that have shaped Boston’s history.
Old Town Trolley offers 4th of July Promotions, visit the site to learn more.
This 4th of July weekend at the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, you and the family will learn everything you ever wanted to know about the Boston Tea Party because you’ll be thrown into the action. This multi-sensory Boston museum offers you all a chance to march alongside the patriots and throw tea overboard just as they did centuries ago.
Boston Tea Party & Ships offers 4th of July Promotions, visit the site to learn more.
Board the Trolley of the Doomed with Ghosts & Gravestones to uncover the eerie side of Boston’s history during the 4th of July weekend. Walk among the dead at King’s Chapel Burying Ground, pass by the Omni Parker House hotel and hear the tales that have plagued this historic city for 400 years.
Ghosts & Gravestones offers 4th of July Promotions, visit the site to learn more.
What’s Open Labor Day Weekend in Boston
There’s no better way to see all the best of Boston this Labor Day than on a tour. One of the most well liked tours in the city is the Old Town Trolley Tour. The tour is fully narrated by a local historian who shares amusing anecdotes and interesting facts about Boston.
Old Town Trolley offers Labor Day Promotions, visit the site to learn more.
Located on the Congress Street Bridge and open Labor day weekend, the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is an interactive, high tech, floating museum. Unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before, this unique museum sits on a barge in the water, includes tours on restored tea ships and a stunning, interactive documentary that immerses you into the events that led up to the American Revolution.
Boston Tea Party & Ships offers Labor day Promotions, visit the site to learn more.
Explore Boston’s darker side this Labor day weekend aboard the city’s only “frightseeing” ghost tour. Prepare yourself for an evening of fun, scares, and ghost stories guided by a 17th century gravedigger. You’ll visit the streets where the Boston Strangler once prowled and hear local tales of murder and mayhem, ghosts and ghouls.
Ghosts & Gravestones offers Labor day Promotions, visit the site to learn more.