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   Boston Walks

  Fun and informative walking tours of Boston
  for non-native English speakers

 


Put on your comfortable shoes and join us for a walking tour of Boston or vicinity where you will be able to:

  • Practice English conversation
  • Learn History
  • View Architecture
  • Receive specialized vocabulary and historical fact handouts.
See the Freedom Trail, Beacon Hill, Back Bay, the North End or many other interesting sites in and near Boston. Walk with experienced English language instructors and tour guides.

Expand your vocabulary and practice English in an informal, relaxed way. You'll have many opportunities to speak English in a comfortable atmosphere while you learn about Boston's history and sites.

We go at your pace. All tours are small groups so that you can understand and converse in English.

Enjoy a walking tour of Boston where you can learn about Boston's architecture and history, as well as practice your English listening and speaking skills.

Our tours are designed for English as a second language learners.

BOSTON TOURS
Freedom Trail - The heart of the Revolution:
  • Faneuil Hall
  • Quincy Market
  • Old South Meeting House
  • Scene of the Boston Massacre
  • King's Chapel
  • Old Corner Bookstore
  • Old State House


  Back Bay -
Boston's Victorian jewel:
  • Trinity Church
  • Boston Public Library
  • New Old South Church
  • Hancock Tower
  • Newbury Street
  • Commonwealth Avenue
  • Vendome Hotel


 

Beacon Hill -
Boston's 19th century gem:

  • State House
  • History of Trimountain
  • Bulfinch's historic houses
  • Charles Street Meeting House
  • Acorn Street
  • Louisburg Square
  • Boston Common




North End -
Boston's first neighborhood:

  • Paul Revere's house
  • Old North Church
  • Copp's Hill Burying Ground
  • Dock Square
  • History of Immigrant Groups


MIT and Surrounding Area: Innovation and Development

  • MIT Campus - history and new buildings
  • Central Square - ethnic restaurants, museums, theater, pharmaceutical companies
  • Kendall Square - biotechology and business startups
  • MIT Museum

  Harvard Square and Harvard University Campus:
  • Massachusetts Hall
  • Memorial Hall
  • Widener Library
  • Science Center
  • Carpenter Center


SPECIAL TOURS

  • Harvard Museums (indoor - Harvard Art Museums, Peabody, Semitic Museum)
  • Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (indoor)
  • Avenue of the Arts (including Symphony Hall and the Gardner Museum)
  • University campus walks, Cambridge and others


CUSTOM TOURS
If you have a special interest, we can design a tour for you. We'll work with you to plan a tour that meets your needs.

Small groups guaranteed! Specialized vocabulary handouts, timelines, and historical information.


PUT ON YOUR WALKING SHOES AND JOIN US!

Walks last approximately 90 minutes.
$25 per person. Group rates available.
Email info@learnenglishinboston.com
for advance reservations.


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