Tours

All tours are additional fee activities. Tickets are non-refundable.  Please refer to the Registration Policies page for additional information. 

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8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Gloucester balances it’s intertwined past and future with assurance and skill.  The city, long renowned among artists for the purity of its light, has traditionally been the home of internationally known painters like Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper and Fitzhugh Lane and sculptors like Walker Hancock.
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Why see the city through the windows of a bus, when your guests can see the city in a much more intimate way… on bike!  Without question this biking experience provides the best way to see all that Boston has to offer in a fun and exciting setting.  Boston is notorious for its vast history, its quaint community districts and its traffic.  Why put yourself through that?  On bike you will have better access to all of the sites of the city.
1:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Ship ahoy!  Guests board the tall ship, Liberty Clipper, for a three-hour evening sail around Boston Harbor.  Cruise by such historic sites as Castle Island and the USS Constitution, berthed in neighboring Charlestown, while enjoying the natural beauty of the harbor islands. This historic ship and experienced crew provide your guests with a memorable evening at sea!  Beautiful sunsets, gentle winds and customized catering combine to enhance your sailing excursion.

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