Cantabrigia Tour of Old Cambridge (9/15-10/31)

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Five Stars Tour on Tripadvisor!

About the Tour (70 minutes)
Small town New England is right here on the T! Our professional storytellers will delight you with the history of this famous town, home to poets, writers, revolutionaries, and intellectuals. Costumed guides will enthrall you for just over an hour on our walking tour including Old Market Square, The Old Burying Ground, Radcliffe Yard, and sites you’ve never heard of but will never forget. While Boston started the revolution, Cambridge gave birth to the army that fought it. Cambridge was birthplace to such diverse talents as Tip O’Neill, Margaret Fuller, ee cummings, and Matt Damon. Allow our guides to show you that Cambridge is more than just Harvard. With tales of Puritan morals, Revolutionary strife, literary prowess, and simple, touching domestic life, we will paint a picture of the lives that came before. Every stone on every block has been the site of a story worth telling!

This tour is also available in Spanish, French, and Italian.

Admission & Calendar
1> Public Tours: $15 for adults, $12 for students/seniors, $7 for kids 9-13, FREE for kids 8 & under. We offer various discounts, so please ask us if you qualify!


Please note: Minimum requirement of 2 guests per tour. As long as there are reservations already paid for, we will allow additional purchases on site, but if there are no advanced reservations (or there is only 1 reservation for 1 guest), the tour will be cancelled. No Public Tours on Sunday 10/12, Saturday 10/18, or Sunday 10/19.

2> Group Bookings are available EVERYDAY with reservations and start at $120 for up to 10 people, $10 per person after the 10th person. To put together a group, email us at

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We will gather by the Visitor Information kiosk at the Harvard Square T Stop. You can’t miss our guides in hoop skirts and top hats!

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