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Boston: Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum Interactive Tour

1. Boston: Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum Interactive Tour

Considered the most important event that led to the American Revolution, the Boston Tea Party was part of a resistance movement in British America. Be part of this event that changed history on an interactive tour. Meet live characters, see replica ships, and learn about the people involved. Take a handbill from one of the colonists and find out what part you’ll play. In the meeting house, hear the story of the night of December 16, 1773 and receive your own mohawk disguise before the march to Griffin's Wharf begins. Experience the thrill of throwing a crate of tea into the sea and explore the replica ships that recreate the original vessels from the 18th century. Inside the museum, travel back in time with 3D holographic characters and watch British soldiers and colonial patriots argue right before your eyes. Then experience the battle inside the giant wraparound theater for a complete history lesson.

Boston: Franklin Park Zoo Entry Ticket

2. Boston: Franklin Park Zoo Entry Ticket

Book your entry ticket to the Franklin Park Zoo in Boston and meet hundreds of remarkable species from around the world. Explore the 72-acre zoo nestled in the historic Franklin Park. Make your way around at a leisurely pace as you go from exhibit to view remarkable species that call the zoo home. Visit exhibitions such as the Kalahari Kingdom, Giraffe Savannah, Nature’s Neighborhoods, and the Outback Trail. Stand face-to-face with western lowland gorillas at one of five glass viewing stations. Come across ring-tailed lemurs, pygmy hippos, and a giant anteater. Discover African lions, Masai giraffes, Grevy's zebras, cute red pandas, prairie dogs, kangaroos, and emus.

Stoneham, Massachusetts: Stone Zoo Entry Ticket

3. Stoneham, Massachusetts: Stone Zoo Entry Ticket

Pre-book your entrance ticket to the Stone Zoo and enjoy a day filled with meeting many of remarkable species from around the world. Explore the 26-acre zoo nestled in Boston’s historic Franklin Park. Make your way around at a leisurely pace as you go from exhibit to view remarkable species that call the zoo home. Visit exhibitions such as the Himalayan Highlands, Yukon Creek, and the Caribbean Coast. Marvel at the majestic snow leopards, Caribbean flamingos, macaws, scarlet ibis, and a family of bush dogs. See the white-cheeked gibbon exhibit to observe the incredibly agile, and always active, gibbon family. Discover black bears, two-toed sloths, jaguars to the cute group of North American river otters.

Boston: Blue Man Group Admission Ticket

4. Boston: Blue Man Group Admission Ticket

Rock, laugh, party, and have a deeper connection with the Blue Men than ever before with this ticket to the Blue Man Group at the Charles Playhouse in Boston. The Blue Man Group has thrilled audiences around the world, and it's your turn to become enchanted with the fun and the excitement.  Exchange your voucher for a ticket at the box office and take your seat. Enjoy the best seats available at the time that your ticket is purchased. Be captivated as the Blue Men take the stage and begin their unique show.  Known the world over by their alien appearance, these Blue Men dazzle with music, comedy and a multimedia show like none other. The exciting party atmosphere has become a trademark of their shows, and here in Boston, you can catch all the wonder in the recently revamped production.  Get lost in a show focuses more on the technology that surrounds and isolates people today. Immerse yourself in the primal and let the collective exhilaration overwhelm your senses.

Plymouth: Plimoth Patuxet Living History Museums

5. Plymouth: Plimoth Patuxet Living History Museums

Journey back to the 17th century at Plimoth Patuxet and experience a unique immersion experience. The main campus includes two living history exhibits (Patuxet Homesite, 17th Century English Village) the Craft Center, Davis Gallery Exhibit in the visitor center, four retail stores, a cafe, and Nye Barn where some of the Rare Breeds animals live in addition to the Village to portray the Pilgrim story. After you view the orientation film in the Henry Hornblower Visitor Center, begin your experience at the historic Patuxet Homesite on the banks of the Eel River where guests learn about the Native peoples who have lived here for over 12,000 years. Learn about the indigenous heritage of the Northeast from contemporary interpreters who discuss the 17th-century life-ways of a culture that continues to thrive today. Following the path, your next stop is the Craft Center where you will meet Plimoth artisans reviving historic crafts. Restrooms and refreshments are available here. Then, proceed to the 17th-Century English Village, a journey 400 years back in time. Plymouth Colony comes to life in a recreation of the early English Pilgrim settlement, complete with timber-framer houses furnished with reproductions of the types of objects that the Pilgrims owned, aromatic kitchen gardens and heritage breed livestock. Historical performers, portraying real people who lived in Plymouth Colony, will educate and captivate with stories of the Mayflower's crossing, life among the Pokanoket and other nearby Native people. Help with chores, learn a dance, sing a song, or serve in the militia drill under Captain Standish's watchful eye. Back in the Henry Hornblower Visitor Center, you will find Plentiful Café, where a wide selection of culinary treats from history, including Wampanoag and pilgrim foods, can be found. Try a 17th-century recipe cheesecake or the sensational Indian pudding. Upgrade to a Combo Ticket or Heritage Pass to include a visit to Mayflower II or/and Plimoth Grist Mill. The iconic Mayflower II is docked on Plymouth's historic waterfront and welcomes visitors to climb aboard and experience what the 1620 crossing was like for the Pilgrims. Plimoth Grist Mill is a working mill on the original site of the Plymouth colony, within walking distance of the Plymouth waterfront and downtown, and approximately 2.5 miles north of Plimoth Patuxet. Journey back in time to the first water-power-driven grist mill in the country still in operation.

BOS Boston Logan Airport: Virgin Atlantic Lounge Access

6. BOS Boston Logan Airport: Virgin Atlantic Lounge Access

Avoid the crowds and chaos of the public departure lounge and relax in style before your flight from Boston Logan International Airport. Enjoy a 3-hour stay and make yourself comfortable in the Virgin Atlantic Clubhouse airport lounge in Terminal E, opposite Gate 11. In the lounge, enjoy the opportunity to unwind before your flight and relax on the comfortable seating as you watch the TV. You can also make use of the lounges' unlimited high-speed Wi-Fi, and dine on an array of freshly prepared seasonal food as well as drinks from a fully serviced bar. Order a drink, put your feet up, and enjoy a moment of me-time until it's time to board. You can also enjoy our cozy and peaceful library that’s delightfully comfortable. The Boston Clubhouse also features The Brasserie Restaurant which serves local favourites such as New England Clam Chowder, or 'Chowdah' as it is known around here. The Deli, offers the freshest selection of meats, cheeses and other tasty bits for you to choose from.

Salem: Pirate Museum with Authentic Treasures Entry Ticket

7. Salem: Pirate Museum with Authentic Treasures Entry Ticket

See an authenticated pirate's treasure with a ticket to Real Pirates Salem. Discover the real-life story of “Black Sam” Bellamy and his beloved Maria Hallet, the "Witch of Wellfleet," on an interactive experience. Enter the mysterious world of "Black Sam" Bellamy and Maria Hallet. Learn about Bellamy's success as a young pirate, thanks to his capture of the Whydah Gally, one of the fastest ships of its time. As you explore the exhibit, marvel at the coins, jewelry, and weapons Bellamy liberated from over 50 ships after stealing the Whydah Gally. See bounty that was last touched by pirate hands 300 years ago before falling into the Atlantic after the Whydah crashed on the shores of Cape Cod. Continue your visit with a stop in the discovery lab, where you can see archeologists unearth artifacts. Finish off your day with a video and photo experience.

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Employees were very helpful could not find my online ticket they found it by my name, they were very informative, the presentation was much better then I expected Highly recommend

The map they give you has attractions 1-5 but it’s a little confusing. All trails loop back on each other so there’s no real risk of getting lost, maybe just turned around.

Wonderful!! So much information and entertaining at the same time!1 A must to do in Boston!!

Ein Must Do in Boston um die Geschichte einprägsam mitzuerleben!

Wonderful adventure.. We highly recommend it to families!!