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If you’re looking to visit the most exclusive neighborhood in Boston, you’ll want to stop by Louisburg Square in Beacon Hill. The townhouses lining the square have an average value of over $6.7 million, with many selling for well over $10 million.

The houses on Louisburg Square were built primarily in the 1840s, but the area was first settled back in the 1600’s. Rev. William Blaxton moved to this part of Beacon Hill from Charlestown, where the Puritans had settled, to enjoy more peace and quiet.

From the time of the first house, the neighborhood was the most fashionable address in Boston. Famous names from shipping and merchant banking, such as Cabot and Appleton, used to call the square home, as well as some famous artistic figures. Charles Bulfinch, the architect of the Massachusetts State House and portions of the US Capital Building, lived in the square, as did Louisa May Alcott and artist John Singleton Copley. Today, US Secretary of State John Kerry lives on Louisburg Square.

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Boston City View Bicycle Tour by Urban AdvenTours

Boston City View Bicycle Tour by Urban AdvenTours

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Discover Boston’s top attractions on this comprehensive guided bike tour around the city. See the unique character and charm of each community up close, like the beautiful brownstones in Back Bay and the South End. Visit Boston’s historic North End and pedal past Copley Square and Fenway Park. Cross the Freedom Trail, passing significant locations to United States history.
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
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Boston - Beacon Hill: At your leisure & your pace. An audiovisual walking tour.

Boston - Beacon Hill: At your leisure & your pace. An audiovisual walking tour.

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Forget rigid walking tour itineraries and the need to wait for other travelers thanks to this self-guided audio tour of Boston’s Beacon Hill neighborhood. Instead, begin the tour at the time which suits you and explore at your own pace while still learning about the history, culture, and architecture of your surrounds.
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  • 2 to 3 hours
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Self-Guided Boston Christmas Tour

Self-Guided Boston Christmas Tour

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Explore the gas lit winter wonderland streets of Boston and Beacon Hill as we discover the Christmas tales of Boston's past walking on cobbled stoned alleys. One tour purchase works on up to 4 smart phones. See the Kings Chapel, The Boston Christmas Tree, Beacon Hill, the most photographed street in Boston, the best holiday lights, the oldest hotel in the USA and walk through the gas light, cobbled stoned street winter wonderland. Go anytime, at your own pace, the tour is smart phone guided (GPS navigated) experience narrated by Santa Clause and his rag tag holiday crew.
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  • 40 to 50 minutes
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Boston's Emerald Necklace Guided Bicycle Tour
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Boston's Emerald Necklace Guided Bicycle Tour

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Discover Boston’s fall beauty on this guided, 4-hour, small-group bike tour around the North End of the city. Explore the historic Emerald Necklace, a 1,100-acre chain of parks linked by parkways and waterways in Boston and Brookline. Visit the shaded boulevard on Commonwealth Avenue, the shores of Jamaica Pond, and the popular, winding paths of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. Also, see the Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston’s newest public park; the famous Charles River Esplanade; the Boston Common and Public Garden and much more.
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  • 4 hours
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Full-Day Minivan Tour of Revolutionary Boston, Lexington and Concord
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Full-Day Minivan Tour of Revolutionary Boston, Lexington and Concord

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Spend a day tracing America's Revolutionary story and wider past in Boston, Lexington and Concord without the inconveniences of self-drive, buses and crowds on this private minivan tour. Sit back and view the sights as your driver-guide recounts facts and snippets you may not hear otherwise. Highlights include Boston's Paul Revere's House and Tea Party ships, plus Lexington's landmarks and Concord's gems, including the home of 19th-century 'Little Women' author, Louisa May Alcott. Hotel pickup and drop-off complete your trip.
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  • 6 hours
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