One Long Wharf
See the U.S.S. Constitution, Bunker Hill Memorial, and Old North Church all while breezing along the waters of the Charles River in Cambridge and Boston. The Charles River Cruise takes visitors around the harbor and river to view the skylines and monuments of both cities.
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An adventure for children, families, and any other visitors, the river cruise provides interactive narration for guests to learn about the past and recent history of the Cambridge and Boston shores.
From the Boston Tea Party to the construction of the world’s widest cable-stayed bridge, anyone can soak in the cities’ histories without the hassle of traffic or walking for miles.
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Charles River Cruise Sites to See
While passing by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge and the Longfellow Bridge, soak in the academic presence found in both cities and the preservation of history reflected in the architecture along the shores of the Charles River.
You’ll notice MIT when you see its world famous Stata Center. Have your cameras at the ready for this event!
Refreshments, food and amenities
Want to enjoy refreshments while cruising? The Charles River and Locks Cruise takes good care of their guests. The boat’s beverage and drink stations offer breakfast, lunch, and snack items as well as drinks including coffee, juices, wine, beer, and cocktails.
The Charles River and Locks Cruise is the perfect introduction to the Cambridge and Boston cities to start any visit to the area with family or friends. For other Cambridge tours click here!