Yummy Walks Food Tours introduces the Boston Freedom Trail Walking & Food Tour

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Besides the great food on this walking tour, guests learn the history, culture, architecture, and entertainment offerings of a specific neighborhood.

 Boston, Massachusetts, March 27, 2012 – Yummy Walks, a Boston company that combines walking sightseeing tours with food tasting, has introduced the Foods of the Freedom Trail tour. 

The tour explores the Freedom Trail sites from the Boston Common to the Old North Church while tasting typical New England cuisine as it has been revolutionized for today’s Boston food scene. Included are off the beaten path mom and pop establishments that locals frequent as well as iconic eateries and restaurants. Besides the great food, guests learn the history, culture, architecture, and entertainment offerings of a specific neighborhood.

 The walk takes you past 14 significant landmarks. You will see churches, cemeteries and meeting halls while learning about the Boston Common, the North End and other unique neighborhoods. Participants follow the Freedom Trail to the Old North Church and visit six restaurants and shops that serve generous portions of traditional New England and Boston fare. Some of the foods enjoyed may include lobster bisque, Boston baked beans, Boston cream pie cupcakes and other delicious foods reflecting the Italian heritage of the North End.

Foods of the Freedom Trail Yummy Walk is available through Zerve at www.yummywalks.com. The price is $55.00 for adults and $35.00 for children. Tours last three hours and are offered all year, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 1:00pm. Tours are limited to 16 people to allow for a more intimate experience. Group and private tours are available and foreign language tours for private groups are available. Phone: (781) 239-9920


Guests will also help in the fight against hunger. A portion of each ticket sale is donated to the Greater Boston Food Bank furthering their mission to end hunger in eastern Massachusetts.


Yummy Walks will add two additional historic/food tours this spring, a Chowda/Seafood Tour (visit a variety of food establishments sampling chowders and other Seafood specialties) and a North End/Little Italy Food Tour (visit several North End venues sampling delectable foods and learn about the colorful history of the North End).

Web: www.yummywalks.com 


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