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Boston Brewery Tour

Boston Brewery Tour
Duration:
Varies
From:
USD 85.00
Indulge in Boston's brewery scene on morning and evening tours that include upwards of 15 beer tastings, lunch or dinner. Learn about the history and mechanics of brewing beer, and visit venues that may include Sam Adams, Cambridge Brewing Company, and The Meadhall. If you choose the evening tour, you'll get a chance to learn about a group of small beer-making operations that make up Boston's nanopub scene. No matter what option you select, expect to make new friends, sample a wide variety of beers and relax knowing you have a designated driver.

Boston Lunch Cruise

Boston Lunch Cruise
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2 hours
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Enjoy spectacular views of Boston as you dine on an all-you-can-eat lunch buffet aboard a scenic cruise. See an endless stream of city sights, including Bunker Hill and the site of the Boston Tea Party. Enjoy a delicious all-you-can-eat buffet lunch with seasonal offerings. It's a great way to spend the afternoon and take in all the sights of historic Boston!

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Boston Logan Airport TransfersSafely Arrive or Depart Stress-Free at the Boston Logan Airport!
Have a private driver waiting exclusively for you at the Boston Logan Airport from USD 143 or book a safe and economical shared Boston Logan Airport shuttle transfer from USD 27.
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Technically you could take a lengthy walk from the airport into the city centre core, but we recommend saving your legs for exploring the city and surrounding areas.



 BOS Boston Logan Airport by Boat


Boston Logan International Airport Boat

One unique Logan Airport transportation is taking a boat.  There is a Boston Logan Airport dock near the Harborside Hyatt Hotel, not far from the airport. Free Shuttle bus No 66 runs to the dock every 10 minutes from all terminals. There is a phone at the dockside and at other stops to summon a taxi if there is not one waiting.

 

Harbor Express to Hull and Quincy Hull Service runs Monday to Friday only. Depart from Logan Airport dock at 06:42, 11:40, 13:15, 17:00, 17:35 and 18:35 and arrive at Hull 35-40 minutes later. Eight ferries depart Hull at 06:05, 07:25, 12:20, 14:00 (change of boat at Quincy), 17:40, 18:15 and 19:15. Fare is USD 12 one way, seniors USD 10 and children 0-11 travel free.

 

City Water Taxi runs from the Boston Logan Airport dock to many destinations in Boston, including the Aquarium, Monday to Saturday from 07:00 to 22:00 and Sunday 0700 to 22:00. Fare is USD 10 one way, round trip USD 17 and children 12 and under travel free.

 

Rowes Wharf Water Taxi is an on-call service from the airport dock to Rowes Wharf/Boston Harbor Hotel, World Trade Center and Moakley Federal Courthouse. This service runs daily between June and September from 07:00 to 19:00 and May to October, weekdays only, 07:00 to 19:00. Fare is USD 10 one way and USD 17 round trip.

 

ALERT: The Callahan Tunnel is closed 23:00-05:00 nightly for construction, impacting ground transportation to/from Boston Logan Airport. Boats may be busier than usual. See the massDOT Callahan Tunnel Detours and Trip Planning     page for details. The tunnel is scheduled to fully reopen in November 2014.



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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2017