Fall in Love with Boston this Fall

Boston is a beautiful place to visit when the leaves are changing to their vibrant reds, oranges, and yellows during autumn. Come and experience it first hand, and explore the many exciting attractions and activities Boston has to offer during your next getaway. The history, beauty, and relaxation that you can experience in this city are too good to pass up!

USS Constitution and Boston Harbor Sightseeing Cruise

Do some sighting in unique fashion with the USS Constitution and Boston Harbor Sightseeing Cruise. This cruise takes place aboard a classic ship with full sails and beautiful decks, so you will enjoy sights of your ship almost as much as you enjoy your narrated tour along the harbors of Boston. Your tour stops at the Charleston Navy Yard where you can relax and explore some of the vessels before getting back on the cruise for more scenic views of Boston. If you want fantastic views of Boston in the fall, this is a great option.

Old Town Trolley Narrated Tour

For more lovely views of Boston during autumn as well a chance to learn some of the city’s fascinating history, take the Old Town Trolley Narrated Tour. This fully narrated tour allows you to hop off and hop on the bus at various attractions throughout the city. Some of the places you can choose to stop at include the Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Historic North End, Beacon Hill, and Newbury Street. You can spend an entire day enjoying the city with this tour option.

New England Aquarium Whale Watch Cruise

Of course it’s not just the gorgeous fall foliage and history that brings visitors to Boston. Many visitors come to the area to see whales on the New England Aquarium Whale Watch Cruise. This cruise is designed to take you to places where whale sightings are common. You may see many different types of whales including the famous humpback whale as well as other marine life like dolphins while you’re on this cruise. It’s the perfect way to spend an afternoon in Boston.

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