For your enjoyable Boston Revolutionary Tavern Tour, you should meet your local guide at 75 Commercial Street, in North End.
Beginning in Boston’s oldest neighborhood, this walking tour unfolds an historical narrative of some of Boston’s most exciting times. By the end of it all, you’ll be planning your own revolution! (Or….perhaps not!)
Stroll through some of the oldest parts of Boston, including “The Point” and the “Haymarket”, where merchants have been selling produce for hundreds of years.In keeping with the historical theme of this Boston walking tour, you will pay visits to three of the oldest taverns in Boston, where the seeds of the American Revolution were sown.
The rumblings of the Boston Tea Party also originated in these taverns, which were frequented by the likes of Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, George Washington, Daniel Webster, and Dr. Joseph Warren.
Enjoy drinks and snacks as you hear tales of these establishments and the variety of characters that frequented them. As you finish this tour, in the oldest tavern in America, raise a glass, drink to the impressive history of the Boston taverns, and the fascinating tales of the people who occupied them. Cheers!
The tour ends back at the starting point at 75 Commercial Street.