Boston Bike Tour with Guide, including North End, Copley Sq.

Duration3 hours
Guide LanguageEnglish
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The first step on this bicycle tour is safety—a custom fitting for a bicycle and helmet. Then get ready to roll. This classic tour is a great option for those looking to get an introduction to Boston. Get to know the city and find sites and neighborhoods to explore later. Discover the unique character and charm of each community up close and personal.
This comprehensive tour covers all of Boston’s best sites. See historic Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox. Boston Common is a central park in downtown Boston and the oldest park in the country. Speaking of parks, the Rose Kennedy Greenway is Boston’s newest public park.
There’s the Charles River Esplanade, a state-owned park on the banks of the Charles River. Roll through Copley Square, home to the Boston Public Library, Trinity Church, and the John Hancock building. Check out the historic North End, Boston’s oldest residential neighborhood, as well as the beautiful brownstones in Back Bay and the South End
This bike tour covers it all. It’s a great way to see the whole city — and get some exercise, too.


See Boston’s famous sites and explore areas off the beaten path
Pedal along the Freedom Trail and through areas like Charlestown and Copley Square
Learn about Boston’s interesting history from your expert guide
Helmet provided


Arrive at our shop 30 minutes prior to your tour time. You'll be asked to sign a waiver and be fitted on your bike. You guide will provide an overview of the ride, what to expect, as well as our safety tips and rules of the road.
Our ride will start in the North End, Boston's Italian neighborhood. You will likely smell the garlic as we roll through. At the end of your tour, you guide will be happy to recommend a restaurant or pastry shop (mmm...cannolis!)
During one of our first stops, you'll see "Old Ironsides" from across the water.
Curious to know the inspiration behind Boston's new(ish) bridge? Our guides will let you know a few fun facts behind the design...
Along our route, we'll ride past TD Garden, home of the Boston Bruins, Boston Celtics, and many a concert!
Cycle through Beacon Hill, on of Boston's most famous - and photographed - neighborhoods.
Louisburg Square is famously known as a literary square, with previous residents including Louisa May Alcott and Robert Frost.
Our route will take us along the river on the Esplanade, where we'll ride by the Hatch Shell, the outdoor concert stage which was made famous by the Boston Pops Orchestra, which performs during the Fourth of July fireworks.
We'll stop outside of Fenway Park, home of the World Champion Boston Red Sox.
We'll ride through the Back Bay Fens, one of the parks in the Emerald Necklace park system, which was designed by landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted. The Fens are home to Victory Gardens dating back to WWII, as well as two of Boston's art museums - the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts.
The MFA is a world class art museum. We'll stop to see one of their unique art installations outside of the museum. Banners outside will give you an idea of current exhibits, but the MFA is always worth a visit while you're in Boston.
We'll pass by the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum - we recommend planning a visit during your time in Boston!
We'll stop to admire the beauty of the Christian Science building and reflecting pool. (Guests have been known to run through the fountains on hot summer days!) Your guide will share about a stunning feature inside, which we encourage you to check out!
Ride through the streets of the South End, home of Boston's famous brownstone townhouses and cast iron details.
Copley Plaza is the heart of the Back Bay neighborhood. The John Hancock building, Trinity Church, and the Boston Public Library surround the square. Copley Plaza also marks the finish line for the Boston Marathon.
You'll see Trinity Church when we stop in Copley Plaza.
You'll see the Boston Public Library when we stop in Copley Square.
See the John Hancock Tower during our stop at Copley Plaza.
Ride along the Boston Public Garden, home to the famous Swan Boats and Make Way for Ducklings sculptures.
We'll visit America's oldest park!
Many people ask if we will ride the Freedom Trail on tour. While it's not possible to follow the entire route on bike, we'll cross over the Freedom Trail multiple times along our tour.
We'll ride through Downtown Crossing, the original shopping district in Boston.
As we ride through Downtown Crossing, you'll see the Old South Meeting House.
One of the city's newest parks, created during "the Big Dig". Rose Kennedy Greenway is the home of many unique art installations, gardens, splash fountains, and farmer's markets.


See top Boston attractions including Fenway Park, Boston Common, and Copley Square
City Bike or E-bike UPGRADE - must select when booking (E-bikes may not be available every day)
Explore 6 Boston neighborhoods including historic North End "Little Italy" and Back Bay
Helmets Provided
2.5-3 Hour Guided Bicycle Tour of Boston



Additional Information

  • Service animals allowed
  • Public transportation options are available nearby
  • Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
  • You may participate on this tour on one of our comfort hybrid bikes OR one of our pedal-assist electric bikes! (option available at checkout)
  • Guests MUST be comfortable riding in the street: Recommended for those 12 years and older
  • If you are looking for a family friendly tour, please book our Tour de Boston bike tour
  • Tour company reserves the right to omit any guests from tour if they are intoxicated, under the influence of any substance, a danger / liability to the rest of the group
  • MUST be 16 years or older and at least 5 feet tall to tour on E-Bike.
  • Re-booked tours are subject to a $20 rebooking fee (per person)
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately

Guide Languages

  • English

Cancellation Policy

This product can not be cancelled, amended or refunded.