Founded in 1630, Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States, and surprising to many, home to an extremely large population of musicians and music educators. A large collection of educational institutions, colleges, universities such as Harvard and the world renowned Berklee College of Music are located in Boston. Take your students on Boston performance tours to truly experience the musical history of the city.
This historic city features a number of performing venues and acts such as the Hatch Memorial Shelter on the “Freedom Trail”, the original “House of Blues”, Tsai Performance Center, and the Blue Man Group.
The city and surrounding area is also full of culturally iconic performers such as the Boston Pops Orchestra and the Boston Symphony, plus numerous theaters including the Orpheum and the Boston Center for the Arts.
It’s not just about performing though, there is also so much to explore during Boston performance tours. History is found on every corner -whether it’s a harbor boat cruise to see the USS Constitution, the oldest commissioned ship in the Navy, the Paul Revere House or Faneuil Hall and Marketplace. More adventurous groups take guided city tours in a duck boat and visit the New England Aquarium.
A Boston Performance Tours mix memorable venues, history and fun adventures in a unique American City.
Blue Man Group
Freedom Trail Walking Tour
- Clinic at local College/University
- Music Exchange with Local School
- Parades and Music Festivals
- Public Performances, examples:
- Faneuil Hall Marketplace
- JFK Library
- Museum of Science
- NE Aquarium
- Old North Church
- Boston Symphony or Boston Pops Orchestra
- Broadway theatre
- Blue Man Group
- Dinner Theatre
Activities and Sightseeing
- JFK Museum
- Boston Museum of Science
- Harvard University
- Freedom Trail
- USS Constitution
- Faneuil Hall
- Freedom Trail includes – Haymarket Square, Faneuil Hall
- Boston “Duck” Tour
- New England Aquarium
- Prudential Center Observation Deck
- USS Constitution museum
- Fenway Park tour
- Salem Witch Museum
- Plymouth, home of the Mayflower