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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 can 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

BBF Guides Share Expertise with Suffolk Students

Monday, December 12, 2022

On December 9, 2022, four Boston By Foot volunteer guides were invited to attend fall semester presentations by Suffolk University honors students completing their "City of Stories: Walking Tours of Boston's Past" coursework. Sami Alouani, Jim Dougherty, Anne O'Loughlin and Lauren Sterling find out more

2022 Boston Cultural Council Grants Announced

Friday, February 11, 2022

Boston By Foot is one of 192 arts and cultural organizations that have been awarded grants as part of this year’s Boston Cultural Council/Reopen Creative Boston funding. The announcement was made on February 9th by Boston Mayor Michelle Wu and the Mayor’s Office find out more

Fall 2021 Schedule Features Four New Tours

Friday, August 27, 2021

Boston By Foot is offering four new walking tours this fall: Change and Response: Boston's Architecture, 1837 - 2021 Black Voices: 19th-Century Black Writers on Beacon Hill North End By Little Feet Before Boston: find out more

BBF Partners with BPA to Present Three Neighborhood Tours

Friday, August 27, 2021

Boston By Foot has added three neighborhood tours to its Fall 2021 schedule and will present them in partnership with the Boston Preservation Alliance . The three tours are: Roxbury Highlands find out more