Boston Pizza Tours are perfect for all ages.
We accept all major credit cards.
Our walking tours run rain or shine.
Restrooms are available at all pizza stops, and along the tour route as well.
Size of the tour group will be 16 people or less.
Meet your guide at the Boston Common Visitor’s Center. From there, learn about Boston Common (America’s Oldest Public Park!) before we head over to Beacon Hill. Along the way you’ll enjoy a slice from each of THREE different Pizzerias, all top-rated in Boston. Pizzerias on tour can rotate daily, and may include – a traditional Neapolitan style slice from a wood fired oven, a slice named in the “Top 25 Best” in America, a slice from a pizzeria owned by a Celebrity Chef, or a slice voted “Boston’s Best” multiple times! Your tour will conclude near the Boston Common Visitor’s Center with a pizza treat, and a vote for your favorite slice on tour. Come hungry for Boston’s CHEESIEST tour!
America's oldest public park!
Granary Burying Ground
Final resting place of Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, John Hancock and many others.
Dates to 1797, and is known as the "New State House"!
See Louisburg Square, home to some of the priciest real estate in Boston.
Mt. Vernon St / Acorn St
Stroll down Mt. Vernon Street toward Acorn Street for photos.
Public transportation (MBTA subway / commuter rail) is recommended for getting around Boston. The closest subway stops are Park Street (green and red lines) and Downtown Crossing (orange and red lines).
Both Boston Common Garage and Lafayette Garage are less than a 10 minute walk from where our tours start.
139 Tremont Street
Boston, MA, United States
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.
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.
Yes, bathrooms are available during the tour at selected food-tasting locations.
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..
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Cheif Wahoo via TripAdvisor
I can't say enough good things about Boston Pizza Tours. My wife and I did the Beacon Hill Pizza Tour and had a blast. It was the perfect combination of history, humor, and of course, pizza! Our guide was engaging, informative, and above all fun!