This tour returns to the lineup after a brief absence, timely topics of activism and civil unrest. Experience a most riotous tour through four centuries of protests, social violence and at times downright bad behavior. Known for the protests of the Stamp Act and Boston Tea Party, rebellions and uprisings have taken place throughout Boston's history. This tour examines many of the lesser known riots and street violence often fueled by the powerless who sought a voice over social, political, religious, and economic oppression. Take to the streets of Boston for a tour through anger, fear, rebellion, violence, and bad behavior!
Meet your guide at the Harborwalk, intersection of Atlantic Ave. and Seaport Blvd.
Finding Your Guide: All guides carry an 8×11 sign that says “Boston By Foot Walking Tours.”
Nearest Accessible MBTA Station: South Station (Red & Silver Lines, Commuter Rail)
This tour ends in the general area of King's Chapel.
Nearest Accessible MBTA Station: Park Street (Green & Red Lines)