Create your own custom tour and explore Boston on your terms!

Select the sites you'd like to see, choose your pick up and drop off location, and choose your time window, to let us take you on a memorable sightseeing experience of the city with our private Boston tours today!

  • Enjoy sightseeing in the privacy of your family and friends

  • Customize your itinerary

  • Select your pick up and drop off times

  • choose your pick up and drop off location

  • Perfect for family reunions or corporate gatherings

  • get your own designated driver and tour guide

  • up to 6 people

  • 4 hours of guided private sightseeing


  • Private 4 hour tour of Boston with up to 6 of your family/friends
  • Tailor your site seeing adventure with little difficulty
  • Ride in comfort on one of our tour busses
  • Our experienced local guides help navigate & educate

Our Private Boston Tours

Are you looking for a tour with a private tour guide in Boston? One with a comfy ride, taking you to the numerous interesting sites around town? We offer private Boston tours to guide you anywhere in Boston that your friends and family would like to see. This private tour lasts for 4 hours and allows you up to 6 people to join. Our private guided bus tours are perfect for family reunions and corporate gatherings. You’ll ride in comfort on one of our tour buses along with our educated tour guide and driver to help navigate and educate about the many places of Boston you decide to go to. We can take you to any historical destination on your tour, pick out what you’d like to see and we’ll include it during your 4-hour trip. Customize your itinerary to your liking for how you’d like to spend the day. You can select your pick up and drop off location and times to your liking. We have listed below many of the places in Boston you might want to consider checking out on your historic tour. Our private Boston tours are available Monday through Friday. Let us take you through a memorable tour today!

Parks and Shopping Places

One of Boston’s most famous places is the Freedom Trail, which was important during the American Revolution. It’s a 2.5 walking route which contains many historic sights. The Freedom Trail starts with the Boston Common park, which is one of the oldest parks in the United States! Should you choose to venture to the Freedom Trail and Boston Common during your guided bus tour, you may also be interested in the many other parks in Boston. You may want to see the Boston National Historic Park, for instance, which plays another role in the American Revolution. Part of the Boston National Historical Park is the USS Constitution Museum, which is a museum that holds many elements of the American Revolution. To know more about these parks and their relation to the American Revolution, add them to your Boston private tour and our educated guide will be happy to tell your party all about it. One of the most beautiful parks in Boston is named Public Garden, which holds acres of planted flowers. This garden is a wonderful place to stroll as it is stunning with its masses of flowers. There are also a variety of shopping places in Boston that our guided tours can highlight for your party during your travels such as Faneuil Hall Marketplace.

Cambridge, Lexington, and Concord

Our guided Boston tours can take your party of six through the historic towns of Cambridge, Lexington, and Concord to many well-known places in Boston. In Cambridge, you may want to stop by Harvard University, which is an Ivy League university known for its exceptional students. Many notable people have attended Harvard, such as Barack Obama and Mark Zuckerberg. For Lexington, you may want to consider adding the Lexington Common National Historic Site to your itinerary. At this historical site, the Battles of Lexington and Concord started the Revolutionary War. You can learn more about the Revolutionary War and the Lexington Common National Historic Site if you add it to your itinerary on our private Boston tours. In Concord, you could check out The Wayside Home of Authors, which housed many well-known authors such as Nathaniel Hawthorne. Also in Concord is the notable Louisa May Alcott Orchard House. This house is where the Alcott family lived and it is where Louisa May Alcott wrote and set her novel Little Women. If you are interested in famous authors, many of the destinations in Concord would be good to add to your private Boston bus tour.

Beacon Hill

A notable place our guides can take you through is Beacon Hill, which is a large hill that has streets lined with Victorian and Federal-style houses. These gaslit streets are one of the most desirable and expensive places to live in Boston. It isn’t hard to imagine why its amazing architecture and its proximity to many famous places. This hill is the perfect place to take memorable pictures, it would be one of the best places to take your group of six for a group picture. On this hill, there are many other landmarks that you may consider going to while you’re in the area. One of these places is the Massachusetts State House, which overlooks the Boston Common. The State House is the state capital and seat of government for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Consider adding Beacon Hill to your list of things to see on the private Boston tour, as you won’t be disappointed!

The Seaport District

A beautiful place in Boston we recommend at least driving by and seeing is Seaport District. This is home to many bars, motels, and restaurants. Many American, Italian, Mexican, Seafood, and Steakhouse restaurants can be found here. All of the restaurants located in this district have excellent food and excellent atmosphere, this may be a place you’d consider to stop by for lunch or at the end of your bus tour with us.  You may like the Institute of Contemporary Art located here, which has glass walls overlooking Seaport’s harbor. This is a great place to walk along for its views of the harbor. During the summer, you may find concerts in this district as well as many other fun activities. You should consider viewing the Seaport District on your guided bus tour to look out over that harbor and view the Institute of Contemporary Art.


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