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BBF Partners with Local Libraries on New Neighborhood Histories Project

Friday, September 22, 2023

THE INITIATIVE Boston By Foot is launching a new initiative in partnership with the Boston Public Library’s neighborhood branches and the communities they serve. The initiative – entitled The Neighborhood Histories Project – launches on October 2nd find out more

BBF Welcomes 29 New Guides During Class of 2023 Graduation Ceremony

Tuesday, June 20, 2023

Boston By Foot recently held its graduation ceremony for its newest class of guides. The event was held on Saturday, June 17th at Old North Church in Boston's North End. Twenty-nine new tour guides were officially welcomed into BBF's vibrant and close-knit find out more

Hawkins to Participate in NAI's Interpreters with Disabilities Panel Discussion

Wednesday, May 31, 2023

On June 20, 2023, Boston By Foot Program Manager Katrin Hawkins will participate in a National Association for Interpretation (NAI) panel discussion of accessibility topics. The program, entitled "Amplifying Voices - A Different Perspective: Interpreters with Disabilities" will take place live via Zoom find out more

BBF Launches New Member Benefit for 2023 Season

Friday, April 14, 2023

New for 2023! In addition to free admission on most of our walking tours and virtual programs, invitations to special Member Previews of our new tours, Boston By Foot members will receive a new benefit in 2023. On select public tours, members, find out more

2023 Tour Season Announced

Thursday, March 16, 2023

Boston By Foot (BBF) is pleased to announce its lineup of walking tours and water-based tours for the 2023 season. Explore Boston with us on 42 different tours throughout the season, from April 1st to mid-November. Here’s a preview of what you find out more

BBF Welcomes Katie Kilbride as a Spring 2023 Intern

Thursday, February 2, 2023

Katie Kilbride has joined Boston By Foot as an intern for the Spring 2023 semester. Katie is currently a junior at Suffolk University studying public history, with an eye toward potentially becoming an archivist. A native of Malden, Mass. , Katie is find out more