For people who want to see what the historic Massachusetts towns of Boston, Cambridge, Lexington and Concord are all about, the Total Experience Tour from Brush Hill Tours is a superior option. The Total Experience Tour takes visitors on day-long excursion around the Boston area and gives them an opportunity to see the best of what old and new Boston has to offer.
The Total Experience Tour begins with a trip through Cambridge and a stop at one of the oldest colleges in the United States, Harvard University. After their visit to Harvard Yard, tour guests will follow the route of patriot Paul Revere’s infamous midnight ride through the historic countryside towns of Belmont and Lexington. Stops on the route include the Lexington Green - where 77 brave Minutemen who stood their ground against 700 British redcoats - and jaunts past the homes of recognized authors like Nathaniel Hawthorne, Louisa May Alcott and Ralph Waldo Emerson.
After spending the first portion of the day outside of the city, the Total Experience Tour returns to Boston for a lunchtime stop at Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market. Guests will have time to grab a bite and do some shopping before getting back on the motor coach for a fully narrated, two-hour tour of Boston, including a 20 minute stop at the USS Constitution.
Brush Hill Transportation offers educational programs, ski trips, senior trips and charters of all kinds to destinations all over the United States, Canada and Mexico. The company has been offering scenic trips in Boston since acquiring its sightseeing license in 1981 and Brush Hill received a “diamond” award from Gray Line Sightseeing in the early ‘90s. Gray Line is a 100-year-old worldwide sightseeing organization with well over 700 Gray Line destinations across the globe. Guests of the tour can expect to reap the benefits of Brush Hill’s experience, stability and integrity.