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Boston Upper Deck Trolley Tours - CLOSED

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A great way to see Boston.

The trolley was a great way to learn about Boston. There were many stops along the way to get off... read more

Reviewed June 17, 2017
Manitoba, Canada
Great start to the holiday

Great start to the holiday to work out where to visit in ore detail later. Got it cheaper on the... read more

Reviewed May 12, 2017
Abergele, United Kingdom
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17 Jun 2017
“A great way to see Boston.”
29 May 2017
“Bad for pictures”
2 hour narrated tour of Boston and Cambridge featuring 21 stops and hundreds of Boston sightseeing attractions! Free Super Duck Harbor Splash and other free bonus tours with a Premium trolley ticket! Hop on hop off all you want throughout Boston and...more
100 Terminal St, Boston, MA 02129-1980
+1 877-343-8257
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Reviewed June 17, 2017

The trolley was a great way to learn about Boston. There were many stops along the way to get off and explore. We did a cruise of the harbour (free with the purchase of the trolley tour) and saw the Aquarium. The drivers were knowable...More

1  Thank louisea283
Reviewed May 29, 2017

Little Dave was a funny and good guide; however, the trolley itself is not conducive to any pictures and the stops don't allow time for on/off. Too many metal bars on trolley. I've taken other tours where the bus is mainly GLASS so one can...More

Thank Lemmonj123
Reviewed May 12, 2017

Great start to the holiday to work out where to visit in ore detail later. Got it cheaper on the web before travelling and found out on the day that with the same tickets you can also get free entry to other attractions (on any...More

Thank Kevin1400
Reviewed April 18, 2017

Great tour bus - buy this ticket first as it also includes a ticket for the Boston boat cruise - a 45 minute tour!! Drivers give you a detailed history of the city. Buses run every 15 minutes but make sure you are on a...More

Thank Yuk-Lam
Reviewed October 29, 2016

We only had two days in Boston. This company has three routes and two boat tours included in the two day pass. We paid $79 for both of us. That's two people for two days!

Thank Marian M
Reviewed October 25, 2016 via mobile

Have done lots of hop on hop off buses around the world. This one was pretty good but a bit different. Firstly the person who got 2 days for $40 was very lucky. We paid $50. Next over the course of 2 days we did...More

Thank Joanne P
Reviewed October 21, 2016

The hop off and hop on bus tours around Boston are just terrific. The driver provides a commentary and points out the places of interest. Its a great way to see what the city has to offer and view all the attractions.

Thank RobGBrisbane
Reviewed October 17, 2016 via mobile

Allot of downtown and the history behind the buildings. Great driver with humor & knowledge Allot construction but he was able to navigate thru it.

Thank meevans53
Reviewed October 15, 2016

Most of the trolley tours are going to have a similar amount of tour stops as well as roughly the same prices online, however, I purchased my ticket at the Upper Deck Trolley kiosk near Boston Common for $21. The price seemed reasonable for what...More

Thank digitalroc
Reviewed October 13, 2016

Bought 2 day tickets ($40US pp) for the Upper Deck Trolley Super Tour. Out of all the city tours available this appeared to be the best on offer. One day was $37 so a 2 day ticket for $40 was great value. Walked through Boston...More

3  Thank Nathalie E
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Follow the Freedom Trail over the Washington St bridge
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