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Historic Boston

Travel & Education
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Sep 08, 2021
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Boston is steeped in Revolutionary War era history, from the Tea Party to the Battle of Bunker Hill. Join me, as we start this narrated walking tour at the site of the original Liberty Tree, then follow the well-marked Freedom Trail. See Boston the way it was meant to be seen: on foot. The tour includes 18 sites and is about 2.5 miles long. Rain? Take a break and resume later. It's like having your own personal guide, at a fraction of the price. Good for tourists and locals of all ages. All Two Buck Tours include maps with GPS, directions, photos, interesting information about each site, and are narrated in English. No schedules, no crowds, no worries. Not visiting Boston anytime soon? The history and photos will let you experience the city from your town.

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Apr 06, 2019

I normally don’t write app reviews, but I loved this one so much I wanted to let others know how valuable this app was to our trip! This was our family’s first trip to Boston, we had one day, and none of us relished the thought of a guided tour. I found Boston Tour in the App Store and decided the $1.99 price was worth it. I loved that the stops were in order, the audio guide was engaging, and we were able to move at our own pace. The GPS map made it easy to see where we were in conjunction to the next stop. Many times, we would listen to the information about the next site while we walked to it, so that by the time we stopped, we could decide how much or little we wanted to explore. We passed a couple of tour groups, and for the most part, it looked like a huge mass of people all jockeying for a good position close to the guide, who was fighting to be heard over the city noises. I was more than happy to pay $1.99 for my own “private tour guide”. We have one Apple ID, so we were able to share the app. Even if each of us had needed to purchase our own, it would have been worth every penny.

JWR from CT
Aug 26, 2019

The amount of content is just right and the tour is easy to follow. The author provides directions to the next stop but I preferred using my walking GPS. I just toggled between the tour and the GPS when required. I would usually listen to the info about the next stop while walking. Skip the first step - as she said, the tree is long gone. Although by far the longest walk, don’t miss the navy ship yard. Make sure you have your ID in order to get on the ships free of charge. I moved from location to location, not spending much time (other than the ship yard) at any one. Completed it in an afternoon. Enjoy!

Aug 05, 2019

I was under the impression that the audio in this tour would begin when you approached a location on the Freedom Trail. It doesn’t. You have to start it yourself. It requires you to tap the right spot on your screen a few times to load each one. The text is provided along with a few pictures, so the narration really isn’t even necessary. You can read it much more quickly. Also frustrating is you can’t leave the app to snap a picture and have the narration continue. The narration stops. The bottom line: get yourself a pamphlet on the Freedom Trail and do it yourself. Better yet, pay a bit extra and get a professionally led tour. I was watching the tour groups being led by an animated guide and was wishing I had signed up.

Apr 27, 2018

The Freedom Trail is well marked and easy to follow on your own. And, this app made it even better! You can listen to the narration at each stop and there are good historical photos. Plus, it’s nice to be able to stop and start when you want. If there are several people in your group, you can use Family Sharing.

Jun 02, 2019

If you’re questioning whether to spend the $2 for this walking guide, I highly recommend it! We enjoyed the map and the narration at each stop. Additionally, it allowed us to move along at our own pace and stop for lunch or a coffee when we wanted.

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About Historic Boston

Developed by Rothrock Group, LLC.

Historic Boston is ranking in   Travel & Education

Last update was at Sep 08, 2021and the current version is 3.5.

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Historic Boston have a 288a user reviews.

Historic Boston was released in the App Store. It is developed by Rothrock Group, LLC, who have also released the following apps.

Historic Boston has 288 user reviews.​

Historic Boston has an average rating of 5.0. ​The latest version of Historic Boston 3.5​ ​​was ​released on Sep 08, 2021​.

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