There is so much to see and do in Boston that no tour can cover it all. After you experience some of the wonderful sights, smells and flavors on your Yummy Walks tour, check out some of these locations which are only a short distance from the end of your delicious adventure.
The USS Constitution
One of the last two stops on the Freedom Trail and just a mile walk from the end of your tour is the USS Constitution. This is the oldest commissioned warship still afloat and offers free guided tours daily which are narrated by active duty US sailors.
Bunker Hill Monument
This 221 foot granite obelisk commemorating the first major battle of the American Revolution, the battle of Bunker Hill, is one of the last stops along the Freedom Trail and just a mile walk from the end of the Yummy Walks tour.
Spend some time exploring the push carts and shops of this historic market. Built form 1824-1826 as an extension of Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market is still a bustling marketplace today attracting both tourists and locals alike.
Rose Kennedy Greenway
Just a short distance from the end of the Yummy Walks tour you will find the new Rose Kennedy Greenway. Spend some time relaxing and walking this 1.5 mile stretch of meandering urban park and public space in the heart of Downtown Boston.
Visit historic Haymarket for the absolute best deals you will find on fresh, local produce in the Boston area. Vendors have been gathering in this area to sell local fruits and veggies since the 1830s. The market is only open of Fridays and Saturdays though so be sure to plan accordingly.
If you are still feeling energetic after your Yummy Walks tour, take a relaxing stroll down Boston’s famous Harborwalk. Here you will have a chance to experience the diversity of many different areas of Boston as the Harborwalk makes its way through many unique waterfront neighborhoods and the downtown district.
We love the food , history and culture that Boston has to offer.
Our goal at Yummy Walks is for everyone to return to these neighborhoods with confidence and take advantage of the wide range of food and cultural options that they offer.