Boston Seafood Private Tasting Tour

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  • 2.5 Hours
  • Walking Tour
  • Max Guests: 12 Groups of 13+ call to book
  • Private Tour
  • Daily

Details

  • Dive into a delicious lobster roll – possibly the freshest you’ll ever have!
  • Chow down on some hearty New England clam chowder.
  • Experience the charming buildings and streets of Boston’s most historic neighborhoods
  • Soak in beautiful views of the iconic Boston Harbor.
  • Participate in local efforts to promote responsibly sourced and sustainable seafood.

The Boston Seafood Tour will take you through a culinary journey along the Boston Harbor waterfront and into the city’s most historic neighborhoods. We’ll make our way across the Rose Kennedy Greenway to two of Boston’s beloved historic landmarks, Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall, before heading to the city’s oldest restaurant!

In addition to hearing some only-in-Boston stories and history, you’ll sample classic regional dishes and responsible, locally sourced favorites as you discover why Beantown continues to be the heart of New England’s seafood scene!

Community Impact

We mindfully design our tours to explore areas on foot, thus doing our part to lessen our environmental impact.

Our guides prioritize “supporting local” through recommending and patronizing family-run and locally owned businesses so that the culture and traditions of this neighborhood are preserved and are passed on to the next generation.

All of the seafood consumed on this tour is sourced locally and from sustainable sources.

Your guide will point out the importance of preserving architecture in a booming city where instead of tearing down historic buildings, we have restored and created a city around them.

Highlights

Independence Wharf

Observation Deck at Independence Wharf Your tour begins at Boston’s Independence Wharf, where the viewing deck serves up amazing views of the city. Meet your local guide who will point out notable landmarks such as Fort Point and the Seaport District, which was once a bustling commercial port and is now a thriving neighborhood. You’ll also be able to see the site of the historic Boston Tea Party

Harborwalk

Visit the Harborwalk, a pathway that connects the neighborhoods along the Boston Harbor. While there, gain an understanding of the harbor’s rich history and make sure to take in the stunning views

Long Wharf

Walk past the first main port of Boston, where all goods came into the city for almost 200 years. Stretching into Boston Harbor, it offers stunning views and serves as a popular destination for both locals and tourists. The wharf is home to various shops, restaurants, and recreational activities, making it a dynamic and bustling part of the city

Quincy Market

Visit this famous food hall in the heart of Boston, known for its diverse dining options, shopping and entertainment.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Here, you’ll hear about the notable revolutionaries who were the first to advocate for independence from Great Britain. This conic landmark dates back to the 19th century and is celebrated for its vibrant atmosphere, diverse food offerings, and eclectic shops.

Rose Kennedy Greenway

End your tour at the Rose Kennedy Greenway, a public park with beautiful green spaces and restaurants, and conveniently located near transportation links. Your guide will be happy to give you recommendations on the best places to eat, drink and visit if you plan on staying longer in Boston

Price Includes

Price Excludes

  • Local English-speaking guide
  • A variety of food samples that will equal a full meal (such as lobster roll, New England clam chowder, fried clams, and culinary creativity).
  • Additional food and drink
  • Souvenirs
  • Tips and gratuities for the guide

Pickup Information

Pickup Information

  • Start time: 1pm
  • Meeting Location: 470 Atlantic Ave., Boston, MA 02210 (Outside of the Independence Wharf Building, corner of Atlantic Ave. and Seaport Blvd.)

 

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