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Boston Harbor Cruises


One Long Wharf
Boston, MA 02110
United States

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Boston Harbor Cruises


(??.? miles from you)

One Long Wharf
Boston, MA 02110
United States


Treat Yourself

Quirky Fun

Night Time Fun

Authentic Local Experience

Good Value

Relaxing


Why You Should Go...

Sightings guaranteed on the whale watch experience of a lifetime, narrated by naturalists from New England Aquarium.

The outer Cape is a natural treasure, where the dunes roll and the surf thunders. When you&r

Salem is an experience unlike any other- colonial-era cobblestone lanes where Nathaniel Hawthorne once strolled lead you to fine restaurants, a fabled waterfront, and the exquisite Peabody Essex Museum.

True to its name, Codzilla is monstrously fun- a thrill a minute as you scream across the water at up to 40 MPH, with a few hairpin turns and 360-degree spins thrown in for evil measure.

The Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park is the largest recreation area in metro Boston, with an ocean of things to see, do and discover.

Forts, shipwrecks, lighthouses and legends, - Boston Harbor has it all, and you can learn about it on their narrated sightseeing cruises.

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Why You Should Go...

Sightings guaranteed on the whale watch experience of a lifetime, narrated by naturalists from New England Aquarium.

The outer Cape is a natural treasure, where the dunes roll and the surf thunders. When you’re done with the sun, bask in the shopping, nightlife, and restaurants of Provincetown.

Salem is an experience unlike any other- colonial-era cobblestone lanes where Nathaniel Hawthorne once strolled lead you to fine restaurants, a fabled waterfront, and the exquisite Peabody Essex Museum.

True to its name, Codzilla is monstrously fun- a thrill a minute as you scream across the water at up to 40 MPH, with a few hairpin turns and 360-degree spins thrown in for evil measure.

The Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park is the largest recreation area in metro Boston, with an ocean of things to see, do and discover.

Forts, shipwrecks, lighthouses and legends, - Boston Harbor has it all, and you can learn about it on their narrated sightseeing cruises.

What You Should Know...

Access: Wheelchair

Available: Guided Tour, Concessions, Wi-fi

Extra Fun...

Insider Info

Add New England Aquarium admission when purchasing Whale Watch, Historic Sightseeing or Codzilla tickets and save.

Add the Freedom Trail Foundation guided tour when purchasing USS Constitution cruise tickets and save.

BHC'S Historic Sightseeing cruise is part of CityPASS Boston. Experience the best of Boston with CityPASS, an easy-to-use ticket booklet that gives you admission to a hand-picked collection of Boston’s most iconic attractions, all at a great savings. To learn more see CityPASS.com/Boston

Fun Facts

The Codzilla thrill boat ride zips through the ocean at speeds up to 40 mph while making hairpin turns and 360-degree spins.

Humpback whales have uniquely patterned tail undersides (“flukes”) as individual as a human fingerprint. BHC tracks a number of distinct whales on our excursions, including “Hancock,” a crowd-favorite.

Georges Island in Boston Harbor features the Civil War era Fort Warren, rumored to be haunted by The Lady in Black, wife of a confederate soldier imprisoned there in 1851.

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Why You Should Go...

Sightings guaranteed on the whale watch experience of a lifetime, narrated by naturalists from New England Aquarium.

The outer Cape is a natural treasure, where the dunes roll and the surf thunders. When you’re done with the sun, bask in the shopping, nightlife, and restaurants of Provincetown.

Salem is an experience unlike any other- colonial-era cobblestone lanes where Nathaniel Hawthorne once strolled lead you to fine restaurants, a fabled waterfront, and the exquisite Peabody Essex Museum.

True to its name, Codzilla is monstrously fun- a thrill a minute as you scream across the water at up to 40 MPH, with a few hairpin turns and 360-degree spins thrown in for evil measure.

The Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park is the largest recreation area in metro Boston, with an ocean of things to see, do and discover.

Forts, shipwrecks, lighthouses and legends, - Boston Harbor has it all, and you can learn about it on their narrated sightseeing cruises.

More...

What You Should Know...

Access: Wheelchair

Available: Guided Tour, Concessions, Wi-fi

Extra Fun

Insider Info

Add New England Aquarium admission when purchasing Whale Watch, Historic Sightseeing or Codzilla tickets and save.

Add the Freedom Trail Foundation guided tour when purchasing USS Constitution cruise tickets and save.

BHC'S Historic Sightseeing cruise is part of CityPASS Boston. Experience the best of Boston with CityPASS, an easy-to-use ticket booklet that gives you admission to a hand-picked collection of Boston’s most iconic attractions, all at a great savings. To learn more see CityPASS.com/Boston

Fun Facts

The Codzilla thrill boat ride zips through the ocean at speeds up to 40 mph while making hairpin turns and 360-degree spins.

Humpback whales have uniquely patterned tail undersides (“flukes”) as individual as a human fingerprint. BHC tracks a number of distinct whales on our excursions, including “Hancock,” a crowd-favorite.

Georges Island in Boston Harbor features the Civil War era Fort Warren, rumored to be haunted by The Lady in Black, wife of a confederate soldier imprisoned there in 1851.

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