Buy Tickets Here and Save! Insist on the original, one and only, orange and green Old Town Trolley Tours of Boston. Enjoy a 100 minute, fully narrated sightseeing tour aboard our authentic, all weather trolley! Daily departures leave at least every twenty minutes from 18 stops throughout the city including the New England Aquarium, U.S.S. Constitution Museum, the Trolley Stop Store on the corner of S. Charles & Boylston Streets, and most major hotels (see your concierge).
Old Town Trolley has expanded its tour route to include new stops in the Seaport District and at legendary Fenway Park. Adding two stops in the Seaport District gives guests access to the new Institute of Contemporary Art, the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC), Black Falcon Pier, and all the great hotels in this area. Welcoming visitors from around the country and around the world, Old Town Trolley conductors turn back the pages of history as they share colorful anecdotes, humorous stories and carefully researched historical information with riders. Guests may tour the city at their own pace, disembarking and re-boarding at any or all of the stops to enjoy attractions, shopping and dining. The daily historic tour of the city on the familiar green and orange trolleys covers more than 100 points of interest including Boston's Historic Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall, the "Cheers” bar, Beacon Hill, Old North Church, The Public Garden, the North End (an exclusive stop) and much more.
BONUS ITEMS FOR ALL TOUR GUESTS Every Old Town Trolley rider receives a complimentary Full Color Souvenir Guidebook including four color postcards (available to non-tour guests for $8.00), a complimentary City Map, and a complimentary assortment of coupons ($50 value) offering discounts at some of Boston's most popular attractions and restaurants including Durgin Park, the Skywalk Observatory, TOMB, Cheers, Slugger's Dugout and The Mary Baker Eddy Library, among others. In celebration of Old Town Trolley's new stop at Fenway Park, all tour guests receive a special 10% coupon for the official Red Sox Team Store outside Fenway Park. Old Town Trolley riders also enjoy free admission to the Old State House Museum, one of Boston's most stately historic sites ($5 value). Ranking as the oldest surviving public building in Boston, the museum houses fascinating artifacts chronicling the very beginning of American democracy. (The Declaration of Independence was read from the building's balcony in 1776.) Located at 206 Washington Street, The Old State House is adjacent to Trolley Stop #5.
Tours begin at 9 a.m. seven days a week, with the final tour of the day departing at 5 p.m. For ticket prices, Buy Tickets Here and Save! . The Old Town Trolley offers a One Day Pass,Two Day Pass, New England Aquarium/Old Town Trolley Tour package and Boston's premiere frightseeing tour Ghosts and Gravestones!
For more information, call 617-269-7010, visit www.trolleytours.com or stop by any of the many Old Town Trolley Ticket Booths conveniently located throughout the city. Old Town Trolley's main Ticket and Information Center is located at Stop #1 on Atlantic Avenue directly adjacent to the Marriott Long Wharf Hotel.