Visitors to Boston, or locals too, can see the city from a different angle during one of Photo Walks Tours' guided photo tours. During the tour, participants will learn how to think and see creatively as they capture outstanding photos of some of the scenic locations around Boston. Tours are suited for people of all skill levels and ages, and provide visitors with great souvenirs.
The Beacon Hill Tour takes place along Beacon Hill's scenic streets, immersing participants in the English-inspired, nineteenth century neighborhood. This tour teaches how to compose excellent photos of the area's antique gas lamps along brick sidewalks, the diverse architecture, Boston's most photographed street, window boxes filled with colorful flower, and other hidden surprises in unexpected places. An interesting commentary of the neighborhood's historic sites accompanies the tour.
Home to the city's iconic architectural landmarks, the Back Bay area offers opportunities for creative pictures around every turn. During the Back Bay Photo Tour, tour-goers will learn how to take creative pictures of the area's eclectic style of architecture. Photo opportunities include Trinity Church, the amazing Boston Public Library, fountains, colorful flowers, abstract details of statues, the former John Hancock Tower, and Commonwealth Avenue lined with elegant, French-inspired brownstones from the nineteenth century. Visitors will also learn about the history of the Back Bay area during the tour.
The Freedom Trail Photo Tour takes visitor back in time as they photograph sites along the historic Freedom Trail. Sites featured along the trial include Park Street Church, King's Chapel, Boston Common, the Benjamin Franklin statue, Granary Burial Ground, the Old State House, Old City Hall, the site of the Boston Massacre, and the site of the Boston Tea Party meeting among many many more. The tour ends at Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
The North End of Boston is home to the city's Little Italy. Tour-goers on the North End-Little Italy Photo Tour will learn about the history of Little Italy and take fantastic pictures of the Old North Church, the home of Paul Revere, and the childhood home of Rose Kennedy, as well as several other off-the-beaten path photo opportunities of this old neighborhood. During the Public Garden and Esplanade Tour, participants have the opportunity to take stunning photos from unique angles of weeping willow trees, colorful flowerbeds, the Make Way for Ducking sculpture, the legendary Swan Boats, and the first equestrian statue of George Washington. Sites also include the Esplanade's statue of Arthur Fiedler, as well as sailboats along the Charles River with Cambridge's panoramic skyline in the background.
The Boston Waterfront Tour with Photo Walks Tour provides excellent photo opportunities of the picturesque views of the waterfront, includes the Long Wharf area, the Boston Harbor, the Rose Kennedy Garden's colorful roses as the tour follow the original shoreline of Boston. Also included are the Greenway's dancing fountains and the iconic Custom House. Photo Scavenger Hunts are also offered, during with participants have two hours to solve clues around Boston by taking pictures and answering questions.
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