Getting on/off a motor coach; Travel via MBTA public transportation system; elevators/escalators not available in most stations; going up/down flights of stairs and walking through pedestrian tunnels; occasional crowded conditions. Walking up to 2 miles, long periods of standing; climbing stairs at the ballpark. Bring your baseball gloves for the clinic and game.
Using the Boston public transportation system — known as the T — we’ll ride to Boston Common.With a local expert who specializes in 18th century history, we will walk part of the Freedom Trail and visit exciting sites including the Granary Burying Ground, Old South Meeting House, the Old State House, and Faneuil Hall. Enjoy the expert commentary and interesting, little known facts about Boston.
At a restaurant near Faneuil Hall.
After lunch, walk through the North End, one of Boston's most historic neighborhoods, to the Old North Church. We’ll go top to bottom and learn all about Boston’s oldest surviving church building (1722), and the history that surrounds it. Led by a church docent, the brave and strong can climb all the way to the top of the steeple and learn about the ringing of the bells. We’ll then explore the crypt beneath the church. Board a motor coach and head north to Lowell, MA for a Lowell Spinners game. Before the game, we’ll take part in a hands-on baseball clinic led by seasoned players and coaches.
At the ballpark with vouchers provided.
Play Ball! Enjoy the experience of watching young, collegiate players in a small ballpark with a large local following. We'll return to the hotel after the game.