1 or 2 DayStart time
Apr - Nov: Daily, 09:30am – 4:30pm (Every 20 minutes)
Dec - Mar: Daily, 10:00am – 2:00pm (Every hour)
Duration: 1 or 2 Day
Beantown Trolley Tour: 80 minutes (Approx.)
Cruise: 1 hour
Please exchange your voucher at the Mass Transportation Building (known as City Place at 8 Park Plaza, 1st fl - Gray Line Ticket Counter) located at Park Sq., 10 Park Plaza on the Charles St Side South, next to P.F. Chang's.
Please call our local partner at least 24 hours prior to reconfirm all the details (including nearest stop and start time).
The tour ends at your convenience
With an option of either a 1 Day or a 2-Day Pass, choose the pace at which you wish to explore Boston. The trolley has 16 stops and visits over 100 points of interest. See famous landmarks like Beacon Hill, Boston’s most historic and affluent neighborhoods, or the 221-feet high Bunker Hill monument that commemorates the first major battle of the American Revolution.
Hop off the trolley to stroll through the Quincy Market which is renowned for its foodstalls, shops and street entertainment.
Your Pass also includes a cruise in Boston’s inner and outer harbor or entrance to the Mapparium Exhibit, a walk through glass globe of the world.
This tour offers you an option of either a 1 day or a 2 Day Pass to see the best of Boston included with the tour is a 1 hour Harbor cruise of Boston or a visit to the Mapparium Exhibit, a walk through glass globe of the world.
In the two-hour narrated or hop-on hop-off Beantown Trolley Tour you will enjoy a truly comprehensive tour of Boston. Choose from 11 stops with over 100 points of interest and enjoy the option to hop on and off at your leisure to get a closer look at sights of interest to you.
Among the points of interest will be:
Beacon Hill:This fascinating, early 19th century residential neighborhood is also Boston’s most historic and affluent. The most prominent building on Beacon Hill is the new State House, the oldest surviving public building in Boston. The dome is covered with 23 1/2 carat gold leaf.
Newbury Street: Newbury Street is located in the Back Bay area of Boston. It is lined with historic 19th-century brownstones that contain hundreds of shops and restaurants. The most expensive boutiques are located near the Boston Public Garden end of Newbury Street.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace: Faneuil Hall Marketplace is internationally renowned for its foodstalls, shops and street entertainment. Jugglers and clowns, puppeteers and dancers, musicians and a host of other skilled entertainers perform along the cobblestone promenades between the three market buildings
The Trolley also has a direct service to the Museum of Fine Arts, one of the country's finest art museums. The vast galleries contain American paintings, decorative arts, Asian treasures and European painting, including French impressionists.
Your ticket also includes a Harbor Cruise, either from the New England Aquarium or the U.S.S. Constitution. You will see the stunning Boson skyline and islands of the outer harbor like Bumpkin Island, Calf Island and Peddocks Island as your boat cruises along the harbor. Go past Boston Light, the oldest lighthouse not just in the United States, but the oldest lighthouse station ever established. It was the last light to be automated in 1998.
Cruise operates May - October, When the cruise is not operating (or if you prefer not to take the cruise) use the admission ticket at the alternate attraction at the Mary Baker Eddy Museum, the "Mapparium".
Children under 3 are free provided they don´t occupy a seat
Please call the activity operator at least 24 hours prior to start of the tour to confirm all details. They will advise you the nearest stop for your trolley tour.
Pease exchange your voucher at the Gray Line Ticket Office/Transportation Bldg. located at Park Sq., 10 Park Plaza on the Charles St Side South, next to P.F. Chang's.
value for money...MRS V KHAN
The tour gave us a nice overview of the city, well done! Fun tour guides!...Elaine West
Really enjoyed our tour. Learned so many interesting facts!...David G Hamblin