Not only does Massachusetts feature endless sights to see, but you'll also find more ways than you've ever imagined to get around and see them.
Even in Western Massachusetts, you can take to the water onboard the Lady Bea, a 51-passenger cruise boat that will guide you through the beauty of the Connecticut River. North of Boston, take a narrated tour with Salem Trolley Tours. And for more fascinating history, Tales of Olde Cambridge will guide you through the days of Puritans and revolutionaries and tell true tales of witches, patriots, traitors, spies, murderers, heroes, heretics, rebels and more.
From mid-June through mid-October, a costumed guide will recount the events of April 19, 1775, the day the American Revolution began, when you take the Liberty Ride in the Greater Merrimack Valley.
South of Boston, Narragansett Bay Cruises will take you on a 90-minute sightseeing tour of Fall River, Narragansett Bay lighthouses and historic naval ships of Battleship Cove...Jump on the Plymouth Rock Trolley, also south of Boston, and get a unique take on that famous pilgrim site...In Boston, let Beantown Trolleys take you on a two-hour loop around the city's historical points of interest, including the Freedom Trail.
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