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Sightseeing Guides and Trips in MassachusettsBelow are popular Sightseeing guides and trips in Massachusetts that you can use to plan your next adventure. You can download guides, including a detailed map, description and points of interest for a small fee to your iPhone or Android.
Explore the Roots of the American Revolution with this historic Boston walk
Touring Boston via public parks designed by Frederick Law Olmsted
Have fun and frolic in this historic neighborhood.
The “Big Dig” reconnected downtown to the isolated North End peninsula, bringing fresh energy to the neighborhood.
From Falmouth to Provincetown, an up-to-the-minute address book helps plot the course to an iconic American vacation.
Three urban adventures perfect for families.
Monuments, sculptures beckon in Boston Public Garden
Shops, markets, public parks, history and options for a meal
Take a break from the urban life and escape to this arboretum for some solitude among the various tree species
A beautiful walk from Hereford Street to the Public Garden
A waterfront walkway with parks, museums, public art, cafes and views
From the charming town to the sunny beach
This is a very beautiful state park at the end of land in Gloucester.
Discover the roots of the revolution and Boston's rich history on this popular walk.
A very family friendly 1.8 mile paddle along a portion of the Dedham Loop Water Trail on the Charles River.
Get familiar with the famous Boston Marathon route! Ride, run, walk or be a spectator at the various mile markers!
This tour allows you to pedal from the Italian North End and historic Beacon Hill, up to Fenway park, and beyond.
Enjoy Boston's beautiful waterfront as the sun sets.
Discover Frederick Law Olmsted's famous system of parks on this bicycle tour of the historic Emerald Necklace.
This guide takes you from the Old North Church in Boston’s North End and follows Revere’s ride on April 18, 1775.