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Lights, Camera, Action! Experience Boston's movie magic as you explore the famous Boston Movie Mile on this fun and interactive walking tour. Learn behind-the-scenes trivia and inside gossip as you visit filming hotspots made famous by over 30 movies and TV shows such as The Departed, Good Will Hunting, Cheers, Ally McBeal, Boston Legal, and more.
Sit on the famous park bench from Good Will Hunting. Have a drink at the Bull & Finch Pub, the inspiration for Cheers. Tour guests receive a special discount on food and merchandise. Catch a glimpse of the building where Ally McBeal was filmed. See filming locations from the movie The Departed.
Advanced reservations are highly recommended since this is a popular activity. Please remember that your pass must be valid on the day of the tour.
Advanced reservations: Please call 212-683-2027 and provide a valid credit card number to reserve your spot. You may cancel free of charge up until 24 hours prior to the tour, but if you do not cancel or show up, then your credit card will be charged for the full price of the tour. On the day of your tour, present your pass at the Boston Common Visitor Center to claim your ticket.
Same-day reservations: Same-day reservations can be made, but availability cannot be guaranteed. On the day of your tour, present your pass at the Boston Common Visitor Center to claim your ticket.
Did you know that Boston is the home of nearly 400 movies and TV shows? With its unique charm and history, Boston has long been a movie making haven for Hollywood producers.
Boston Movie Tours enables guests to ‘See Boston thru Hollywood’s Eyes.’ Our goal is to provide guests with a fun and entertaining experience by bringing these movies and TV shows to life.
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Comments about Smart Destinations Boston Movie Mile Walking Tour by On Location Tours:
The tour mostly takes place in Beacon Hill, which was a nice area to explore for its pop culture rather than its political history like most other tours focus on. I was pleasantly surprised by how many movies and tv shows were filmed here. And if you're a Departed fan, you won't be disappointed. Two thumbs up.
139 Tremont St.
Boston Common Visitor Center
Boston, MA 02111
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