Experience the revolutionary charm of New England in one of America’s most historic cities. Boston is where much of the country’s history began from the first public school in America to sites linked to the revolutionary war.

Enjoy a DUCK boat tour of Boston by land and sea, explore the historic towns of Lexington and Concord, perform in front of historic Faneuil Hall, see a Boston Symphony concert and visit Plimoth Plantation and Plymouth Rock. You’ll have an opportunity to perform in front of Faneuil Hall and attend a concert by the world-renowned Boston Symphony Orchestra.


  • Round-Trip Transportation by Bus or Air
  • 3- and 4-Star Quality Hotels with Quad Occupancy
  • Daytime Tour Manager (On-Call in Evening)
  • Daily Breakfast and Dinner (Unless Otherwise Noted)
  • Overnight Security
  • Basic Travel Protection
  • Public Performance at Faneuil Hall Marketplace
  • Blue Man Group Performance
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra Concert (Pending Availability)
  • Tour to Lexington and Concord
  • DUCK Boat Tour
  • Entrance to Museum of Science
  • Entrance to Salem Witch Museum
  • Ghost Tour



Welcome to Boston! Meet your Encore Tour Manager upon arrival and begin exploring this historic city. Have dinner together this evening at Fire & Ice then attend a performance of Blue Man Group. Afterwards, check into to your suburban area hotel for a good night's rest.


After breakfast, provided each morning at your hotel, depart for downtown and gather for your Boston Duck Tour! The fun begins as soon as you board your “DUCK”, a W.W.II style amphibious landing vehicle. First, you’ll be greeted by one of our legendary tour ConDUCKtors®, who’ll be narrating your sightseeing tour of Boston. Then you’re off on a journey like you’ve never had before. Free time in Quincy Marketplace for shopping, lunch and browsing on your own. Perform for the public this afternoon outside historic Faneuil Hall. The marketplace here is alive today as it was in 1742 when our nation's fathers proclaimed it "The Cradle of Liberty." The cobblestone promenades are filled with the music and jaw-dropping routines of world-renowned street performers and musicians. Tonight enjoy a group dinner and concert by the world-famous Boston Symphony Orchestra. Return to your hotel.


This morning travel to the national historic sites in Lexington and Concord, where the American Revolution’s first battle took place on the morning of April 19, 1775. Ralph Waldo Emerson in his Concord Hymn described this event as the shot heard round the world. Learn the details of this fateful day and imagine yourselves in the footsteps of the Minutemen and British Redcoats that spring morning. End this excursion with a walk on the Battle Road, the path the British took as they made their retreat back to Boston. As your bus heads back into the city, stop in Harvard Square, home to Harvard University, the oldest institution of higher education in the US. Have free time to enjoy lunch on your own and explore this exciting, vibrant neighborhood. This afternoon is all about hands-on learning at the Museum of Science. From dinosaurs to space travel to natural energy sources, there is so much to learn and explore. After dinner, experience 400 years of haunted history with a spooky ghost tour.


This morning have a final breakfast at your hotel. Head for Plymouth where you'll interact with Pilgrims and Indians at Plimoth Plantation and see Plymouth Rock. Have lunch on your own and then depart for home.

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