Long before the hub's park space was dotted with bronze ducklings and swan boats, it harbored pieces of New England Americana. Explore a city steeped in history with Boston Civil War Tours: Pay $6 for one tour ticket (regularly $12) or $10 for two tickets (regularly $24) -- the season starts March 31. Meet on the Common (at the Visitor's Center between Park Street Station and Boylston Station) for this 90-minute walking tour and discover the city's role in the Civil War. See where abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison hid at the Old State House, and where big plans unfolded at Court Square. Visit the Robert Gould Shaw Memorial, which pays tribute to Colonel Shaw and the first African-American Regiment of the north, as well as the Tremont Temple Baptist Church, American's first racially integrated church. With this deal, lace up your sneakers and make way for savings.
PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON July 8, 2012
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Boston Civil War Tours
One Ticket ($6) or Two ($10) Tickets for Boston Civil War Tour
- from $6