Every 35 minute, 7 Days; 9.30 am - 5:00 pm

Every 35 minute, 7 Days; 9.30 am - 5:00 pm

Frequently Asked Questions

Most Frequent Questions And Answers (FAQs)

Please check our pricing page, and we’ve four different convenient packages.

If you’re coming via cruise ship and just landed in Boston, it’s 5 minutes of walking distance to get our sightseeing bus departing location at Boston Convention & Exhibition center. You can get our bus bus by walking to it and take your ticket or can also purchase your ticket through our website.

Yes, you can hop on from any of our stops and get your tickets from our friendly drivers. Each of our drivers has credit card machines, and they are capable of taking credit or cash.

You can buy our open-top sightseeing bus tickets from our website easily.

Yes, We offer special prices and packages on different occasions. Please check out our website and social media for more info.

We’ve 9 stops with 14 best historical landmarks and beautiful spots in Boston.

Our tickets are valid for one day. This means that with your ticket, you can travel you can enjoy unlimited hop-on hop-off on the exact day for which you purchase the ticket.

We use the ” come first and service first ” to keep everyone happy. This means if you come first, you may get your desired seat if available, and it’s the same approach for online ticket booking.

Yes, you must purchase a ticket for your child if they are over 2 years old. You will get a discount on that. Please check our website.

Our hop-on, hop-off open-top sightseeing tour operates similarly to other hop-on, hop-off services. First, you can get a ride for a complete round trip, and you can hop on and hop off as many times as you want for the day you have purchased the ticket.
For example, if you start your tour at our third stop (New England Aquarium) and hop off at the next stop (Old State House Museum), After visiting the Old State House Museum, you can board our next bus with the same ticket and proceed to the next stop.

Yes, of course, you can join the tour at any stop. Just buy a ticket or as many numbers as you need and get on the bus.

Yes, for example, if you get in from stop-5, you will return to stop-5 with a complete round sightseeing tour.

The Freedom Trail Walking tour includes a hop-on hop-off all-day tour and a guided walking tour of Freedom Trail’s 11 landmarks. The hop-on hop-off all-day tour doesn’t include any guided Freedom Trail walking tour.

No, our night tour doesn’t have any hop-on hop-off feature. It’s a round trip only.

With a single ride pass, you can onboard once and complete the round trip; once you get off, your ticket’s validity is over. With a hop-on hop-off all-day tour, you can onboard unlimited times until a complete round trip is completed. For example, you can hop on at stop-5 and hop-off at stop-6 and explore the area and again can hop-on at stop-6 and go for the next stop, stop-7. Like this, you can enjoy all day tour until you reach stop-5 again.

Freedom Trail Walking Tour Meeting Point: Boston Common visitor information center.139 Tremont Street, Boston Massachusetts
Time:9:30 Am and 12:30 Pm.

Well, we serve on a come, first serve, first manner. If the bus is already full, you may need to stand by, and if a seat is available, you must get one.

We offer hotel pickup only for our charter services but not for our hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour.

You can recognize stops of our Boston Sightseeing buses with the brochure and Google Maps. We’ve included the exact address of each stop there.

You can get all the updates from our social media and website and check our Google My Business profile.

Sure, We have a total of 9 stops. Our first stop is our departing locations & welcome center, which is the Boston Convention & exhibition center. Our second stop is at Boston Fish Pier. The following stops are New England Aquarium, Old State House Museum, Boston Common, Cheers Pub, Fairmont Hotel, Trinity Church, and Massachusetts State House.

At Boston Fish Pier, there is the Leader Bank Pavilion and Seaport Hotel. Learn more at Here

New England Aquarium is a public aquarium in Boston, MA. There are many species, such as northern fur seals, California Sea lions, giant pacific octopuses, etc. Read more about New England Aquarium.

At our Old State House Museum stop, you can see Boston City Hall and Boston Faneuil Hall. Read more about Old State House.

You can enjoy the large Boston Public Garden and its beauty at Boston Common. You can also enjoy an endless array of Broadway shows at the theater district.

You can enjoy the classic bar environment with an iconic façade for pub grub, pints & nostalgia.

At this stop, you will find one of the largest historic libraries known as State House Library, which was established in 1826, and you can also enjoy the stunning views of downtown Boston. Read More on the State House Library.

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