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The Boston Seafood Tour

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→ COVID-19 Information: The City of Boston has enacted a rolling schedule of vaccination requirements for indoor dining. We ask that all guests without this documentation please contact us at least 48 hours in advance (or as soon as you book the tour) and inform your guide upon check-in.

* Saturday, January 15 – People age 12+ must show proof of one dose of vaccine
* Tuesday, February 15 – People age 12+ must show proof of full vaccination
* Tuesday, March 1 – Children age 5-11 must show proof of one dose of vaccine
* Sunday, May 1 – People age 5+ must show proof of full vaccination

Adult
$89
Child Ages 6-11
$84

Boston Local Seafood Tour

The Boston Seafood Tour will take you through a culinary journey into the vibrant Seaport District and along the Boston Harbor waterfront. In addition to hearing some only-in-Boston stories and history, you’ll sample classic regional dishes and responsible, locally-sourced favorites as you discover why Beantown continues to be the heart of New England’s seafood scene!

Highlights:

  • Dive into a delicious lobster roll – possibly the freshest you’ll ever have!
  • Chow down on some hearty New England clam chowder.
  • Experience the meeting of historic and modern while exploring one of the hippest neighborhoods in Boston.
  • Soak in beautiful views of the iconic Boston Harbor.
  • Participate in local efforts to promote responsibly-sourced and sustainable seafood.

Inclusions: Local, English-speaking guide, and a variety of food samples that will equal a full meal (such as lobster roll, New England clam chowder, oysters or a worthy substitute, and culinary creativity).
Exclusions: Additional food and drink, souvenirs, tips/gratuities for your guide.

Schedule Details:

Meeting point:
Outside of the Independence Wharf Building, corner of Atlantic Ave. and Seaport Blvd.; 470 Atlantic Ave., Boston, MA 02210. View on Google Maps

Starting time: 1.00 PM

Ending point:
A central location in the Seaport District.

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