Hop on to the Party Bus!
Boston & Cambridge Party Bus Tours is a safe, fun and the extremely entertaining way to tour Boston. Our party bus tours are ideal for weddings, birthday parties, transportation to night clubs, prom parties...any special event or occasion!
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Boston is known as the Cradle of Liberty; as the city played a vital role in the birth story of America. Its dozens of historic sites and structures are well preserved and constantly maintained so visitors young and old can experience the worlds of both colonial and contemporary Boston. Boston & Cambridge Party Bus Tours is available to provide outstanding sightseeing tours, highlighting the best Boston has to offer. Hop aboard our trolley and you’ll experience a wonderful mix of transportation and entertainment.
Freedom Trail Tours
The historic Freedom Trail takes visitors into the city as it was founded. The tour includes: Boston Common, Massachusetts State House, Park Street Church, Granary Burying Ground, King’s Chapel, King’s Chapel Burying Ground, Benjamin Franklin Statue and the previous site of the first American public school, Boston Latin School. The historic tour also includes the Old Corner Bookstore, Old South Meeting House, Old State House, the site of the Boston Massacre, Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere House, Old North Church, Copp’s Hill Burying Ground, Bunker Hill Monument, and the USS Constitution Ship and museum.
Affectionately known as America’s Most Beloved Ballpark, Fenway Park is home to the thirty-seven foot wall nicknamed the “Green Monster” and home field of the Boston Red Sox. Erected in 1912, Fenway Park is as much a part of Boston as baked beans. You’ll see where many Hall of Famers took the field in a Red Sox uniform, including but not limited to: Lefty Grove, Ted Williams, Cy Young, Jim Rice, Wade Boggs, Babe Ruth, Bobby Doerr, Red Ruffing and Rickey Henderson.
Come aboard the tour bus and freely explore Copp’s Hill Burying Ground and Granary Burying Ground; Boston’s two oldest burial grounds. But beware-you never know what kind of fiendish, ghoulish creatures you may encounter as you explore the gravesites of John Hancock, Paul Revere, Samuel Adams and many others! Lives were laid down across the city in the fight for freedom from the British Red Coats. The souls of patriots, British and French soldiers all linger in these eerie sites. When dusk falls, many ghouls walk the streets of Boston. You might just catch a glimpse of the American Revolution’s dead.