Commune with Spirits — Alcohol proof.
Did you know that back in the heydays of Boston, gin was cheaper than water? Beer too?
Boston holds a special role in American history. It's famed for Fenway Park, great football, baked beans, and craft beer, but it's also where the American Revolution began and was fought. Given the city's famous reputation, many people fail to see the looming darkness lurking behind the city's old working-class veneer. You'll go to spooky bars and inns that used to be frequented by American patriots like John Hancock, Samuel Adams, John Adams, Paul Revere, and more.
Boston, the Cradle of Liberty, has an amazing spirit-filled history. One full of regional ghosts, such as the famouse, Anheuser-Busch, and a couple of porters. It’s also incredibly welcoming to spirits from other regions like, Jose Cuervo, Jack D., and the ever worrisome Johnny Walker have been known to frequent its many establishments.
“It’s an odd mix — ghost stories with booze. I had a weird, fun-filled time. Who would have thought? A haunted pub crawl.”
Our Boston Haunted Pub Crawl is a historical adventure through some of the town's more tipsy hotspots. A story-filled tour that takes you through a rollercoaster ride involving booze, brews, boos. You’ll visit some of the most haunted spots on the map, and have a beer, or cocktail while you’re at it. Just for the heck of it, wash it all down with a shot of fiery courage.
What you will see on this tour:
Our walking pub crawl takes you through a 2 hour fun-filled beer-guzzling marathon across Boston. Here’s a sneak peak of what you will do:
- Play all manner of bar games.
- Shriek in fright at ghostly tales.
- Visit Haunted ale houses and breweries.
- Pass the night with like minded miscreants.
- … And many more.
As you stop off at each site you can toast to the ghouls that haunt these historic, old bars. Our guide will share frightening stories, top-notch cocktail recipes, and give you a night to remember.
Come join us on this frightful, oftentimes ominous tour. Experience the Stouts, Ambers and IPAS that our fourfathers cherished. Taste the paranormal booze that buzzes Bostonians.
“Beer is proof that God loves us and wants us to be happy.”
- Benjamin Franklin.
Meeting point address: Boston Common Visitors Center at 139 Tremont St, Boston, MA 02111
Duration: Approximately 2 hours
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February 3rd 2024
"Jake's stories were vivid, intense and sensible. Jake is a talented storyteller who was able to baln ... "
February 3rd 2024
"The stories that Jake told were vivid and sensible. The experience was memorable."
January 23rd 2024
"our tour guide, adam, was awesome. he was engaging and kept us entertained even while touring boston ... "
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This tour is a walking tour.