Boston is one of the oldest municipalities in the USA, whose past recalls revolution and progression, and today remains powered by a forward-thinking artistic, academic, innovative and entrepreneurial society. This sprawling city is perfect to go exploring historical outdoor museums and playgrounds, perfect for a family to explore, no matter the age. On this private, family-oriented tour, you will cover several major sights and attractions, venturing into the many narrow streets of Beacon Hill and ending at the oldest maritime ship still afloat. Firstly, you'll be off to Boston Common, the oldest green public space in America, dating from 1634. You'll then explore the Massachusetts State House, a grandiose structure that is the seat of government for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Take a stroll on the centuries-old cobblestone roads and federalist homes which make this neighbourhood one of Boston’s most photographed places. Continue down the Freedom Trail to the home of silversmith and the man who took America’s most famous horse-ride: Paul Revere’s home. Finally, you'll be visiting the USS Constitution Museum, where your guide will spend half an hour at the museum with you, before departing.