City skyline with a monument in the background, City View Trolley Tours

1-DAY HOP-ON & HOP-OFF BOSTON TROLLEY TOUR

A scenic body of water with a view of the city skyline during a Boston Harbor Cruise.
A touching tribute in a cemetery, featuring a plaque adorned with American flags

Overview

Do you want to see multiple Boston landmarks, but only have a single day to fit them all in? Our 1-Day Hop On Hop Off Trolley Tour is the perfect solution. See many of the city’s historical sites along the Freedom Trail and even grab a bite to eat at one of our many stops. Our trolleys typically run from mid-April to the end of November. Tickets are valid for any tour departure time throughout the day. Each ticket allows for one complete round trip per day.

Tour Highlights

Clock tower with clock, City View Trolley Tours
With a 1-Day Hop On Hop Off pass, you can explore many of Boston’s top locations for as long or as short as you want. Revisit favorite spots or try a dining option located by one of our trolley stops.
City View Trolley part of Hop On & Hop Off Tour navigating through urban streets
Use the flexibility of a Hop On Hop Off pass to tailor your Boston trip to your specific interests. City View has multiple trolley stops located all around the city expressly for this purpose.
City View Trolley passing by the historic Old State House in Boston.
City View’s fully narrated tours provide a continuous stream of background information and local lore about each landmark along our route. Get a better appreciation of Boston’s rich history and culture while riding through town on one of our Trolleys!
A bus parked on the side of the road, waiting for passengers.
We intentionally operate from mid-April to the end of November for weather-related reasons. City View wants each guest to have a comfortable and accessible city tour, which the spring, summer, and fall months help provide.

Hop Hop Off Stops

Stop #1

New England Aquarium — Quincy Market — Faneuil Hall
  • US Custom House
  • Long Wharf Marriott
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Stop #1
STOP #2
Paul Revere House — “Little Italy”
  • Old North Church
  • Christopher Columbus Park
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STOP #2
STOP #3
North End — Old North Church
  • Copps Hill Burial Ground
  • Great Molasses Flood Site
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STOP #3
STOP #4
USS Constitution — “Old Ironsides”
  • Constitution Museum
  • USS Cassin Young
  • Bunker Hill Monument
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STOP #4
STOP #5

North Station — TD Garden — Sports Museum
  • Go to North Station
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STOP #5
STOP #6
Old State House — Faneuil Hall — Boston Massacre
  • Government Center
  • Old South Meeting House
  • Holocaust Memorial
  • Haymarket Square
  • Downtown Crossing Shopping
  • City Hall
  • Parker House Hotel
  • Old Scollay Square
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STOP #6
STOP #7

Boston Common — Public Garden
  • Central Burial Ground
  • Swan Boats
  • Newbury Street Shopping & Cafes
  • Cheers Bar
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STOP #7
STOP #8

Boston Common — State House — Beacon Hill
  • Frog Pond
  • Park Street Church
  • Robert Gould Shaw Memorial
  • Old Granary Burial Ground
  • Visitors Center - Freedom Trail Beginning
  • African Meeting House
  • Charles Meeting House
  • Kings Chapel Burial Ground
  • Black Heritage Trail
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STOP #8
STOP #9
South Station — Convention Center — Children’s Museum
  • Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum
  • Chinatown
  • Amtrak Connection
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STOP #9

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