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Boston: Guided Seafood Tasting Tour31 Reviews
Experience the culinary and historical delights of Boston on walking tour. Try a tasty lobster roll, creamy clam chowder, and other regional dishes and responsible, locally sourced favourites.
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- Dig into a mouth-watering and ultra-fresh lobster roll
- Savor a classic New England dish, the hearty clam chowder
- Explore Boston's most historic neighborhoods with a local guide
- Be part of a tour that promotes responsibly-sourced and sustainable seafood
- Join Certified B Corp and Carbon Neutral Tour
DescriptionBegin your tour by meeting your local guide at Boston's Independence Wharf, where the viewing deck offers spectacular views of the city. Your guide will point out notable landmarks such as Fort Point and the Seaport District, which was once a bustling commercial port and is now a thriving neighborhood. You'll also be able to see the site of the historic Boston Tea Party. Next, head to the Harborwalk, a pathway connecting waterfront neighborhoods to the Boston Harbor. Learn about the history of this iconic harbor and take in the magnificent views. As you walk, pass by Long Wharf and the original port of Boston, which served as the main point of entry for goods into the city for nearly 200 years. Your guide will then take you to some of their favorite seafood restaurants, from waterfront shacks to classic eateries, where you can savor some of Boston's freshest seafood. Sample a delicious lobster roll and a cup of classic New England clam chowder. Depending on the season and availability, you may also have the opportunity to try stuffed scallops, stuffed quahog clams, raw oysters or fried clams. The tour also includes a visit to the historic Quincy Market, a popular food hall, and next door the famous Faneuil Hall, one of Boston's most significant buildings and known as the 'Cradle of Liberty' for its role in hosting meetings about abolition, women's suffrage and war. End your tour at the Rose Kennedy Greenway, a public park with beautiful green spaces and restaurants, and conveniently located near transportation links. Your guide will be happy to give you recommendations on the best places to eat, drink and visit if you plan on staying longer in Boston.
IncludesTour guide Food tastings
- Specific food allergies cannot be catered to You will be in a small group of a maximum of 12 people This is a child-friendly tour. Children under the age of 6 are permitted to join this tour free of charge