Survival 1630-1635: A Walking Tour
Survival: Boston 1630 to 1635 explores the story of the first, dangerous years, when nearly half the original Puritans either died or fled back to England and how, by 1635, they combined their collective skills and religious beliefs to build Boston and create New England against daunting odds.
What is the cost for the Survival Tour?
The tour is Free. We are an all-volunteer organization whose sole mission is providing the public with accurate history of 17th-century Puritan Boston. Donations are gratefully accepted. You can become a Member of the Partnership with a donation of $35 or more.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Parking in Boston is always difficult. Public transportation to Park Street is recommended. We'll meet on the front steps of the State House.
What should I bring?
Be sure to wear comfortable clothing and sturdy shoes, and please bring along some bottled water.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Write to email@example.com or call (781) 608-0252.