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The best way to get around Boston is the subway system or MBTA. Parking is available at nearby parking garages, on the street, or find discounted parking by using SpotHero.
We are open all summer holidays, but please check our tour schedule for the most up to date information.
Please be sure and let us know if you (or anyone in your group) has a dietary restriction (e.g. vegetarian, diabetic, allergy, etc.) when you purchase your tickets. As long as we know in advance, we can accommodate your needs.
Tours often sell-out. To maximize your chances of getting the day, time, and number of tickets you prefer, please book well in advance. Tickets can only be purchased with a Visa, AMEX, or MasterCard from our website or by calling. Cash and/or walk-up traffic the day of the tours are not accepted.
We do not provide a waiting list. If a date and time is sold out, there is always a good chance that we will add an additional tour on that day. Please email us to let us know what date you are interested in if you do not see availability.
Cash Tips/Gratuities are customary for tour guides, and greatly appreciated if you enjoyed your time. The standard gratuity for Boston guides is 10-15%.
Yes, bathrooms are available during the tour at selected food-tasting locations.
Pizza tours are held rain, shine, or snow. In the event of inclement weather, we will be able to go inside many of the establishments on the tour. Remember to wear weather appropriate clothing, and comfortable footwear. In the unlikely event that the operator has to cancel a tour, we will be happy to work with you to reschedule.
Boston is an old city, but most locations are wheelchair accessible. For guests that are hard of hearing, a written script of the narration will be available upon request.
We absolutely do! We can accommodate a variety of special requests (Family reunions, Birthday parties, Out of town guests, Corporate events, Conventions, School groups, YMCA & JCC groups, Boy & Girls scout troops, Summer camps and more).
You should bring with you a camera and a small bottle of water. When it’s really hot out, we recommend an application of sunscreen on exposed parts of the body and a lightweight pair of sunglasses. During the cooler seasons it’s important to wear and an extra layer of clothing, and consider bringing gloves and a scarf as Boston can get COLD. If it looks like rain, don’t forget an umbrella. It’s also convenient to bring cash, as some of our stops are cash only – drinks, souvenirs, guide tips etc..