Trips

**You may sign up for trips online on a rolling basis one week in advance, starting every Thursday at noon. Please see the "College Visits" tab for information on how to sign up for those trips.**

 

This year's schedule includes trips to historic Fenway Park for Red Sox games, excursions to Martha's Vineyard and Cape Cod, a taste of how Boston does the Fourth of July, and even a whale watch or two!

In regards to transportation, a number of trips are marked as "T fare only", in which case individual students will be responsible for covering the cost of their own T rides for transportation. For all other trips, such as those that require a bus, transportation is factored into the price of the trip.

All trips meet at either Holworthy Hall in Harvard Yard or at the corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets, by the Science Center and Memorial Hall (Annenberg). 

We do not issue refunds for trips, so make sure to sign up for events you can actually attend! Please also make sure to read the SAO Statement of Agreement to familiarize yourself with the expectations of attending Summer School trips.

Please make sure to read the Important Notes page before signing up for events, and email hssao+trips@g.harvard.edu with any questions.

***Note: Please bring a charged cell phone on each trip.

Yale 1 - Friday, June 23rd

Friday, June 23rd
7:00am - 5:30pm
Meet at corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets
Registration opens in the Activities Office on Monday, June 19th.

Yale University in New Haven, CT comprises three major academic components: Yale College (the undergraduate program), the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the professional schools. In addition, Yale encompasses a wide array of centers and programs, libraries, museums, and administrative support offices. Approximately 11,250 students attend Yale.

Yale College is the heart of the University. More than 2,000 undergraduate courses in the liberal arts and sciences are offered each year by over sixty-five departments and programs, forming a curriculum of remarkable breadth and depth. The faculty is dedicated to undergraduate teaching, and many of Yale’s most distinguished professors teach introductory-level courses (from www.yale.edu/about).

Learn more about Yale and its admissions process before the trip by visiting http://admissions.yale.edu

Copley Square - Friday, June 23rd

Friday, June 23
1:15pm-5:45pm
Cost: T fare only
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

Come on a free trip to visit one of Boston’s historic centers, home to Trinity Church, the John Hancock Tower, and the majestic Boston Public Library. While you’re here, you’ll also have the opportunity to visit the Copley Square Farmers Market, tour the famous art galleries on Newbury Street, or go shopping in one of the most extensive commercial areas in Boston.

Click here to sign up!

Red Sox vs Angels - Friday, June 23rd

Friday, June 23
5:45-11:30pm
Cost: $19 + your own T fare
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

Watch the Boston Red Sox play the Los Angeles Angels at Boston’s historic Fenway Park!

Click here to sign up!

Martha's Vineyard 1 - Saturday, June 24th

Saturday, June 24
6:15am-6:45pm
Cost: $24
Meet at the corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets.

Martha’s Vineyard is a favorite vacation spot of many New Englanders for good reason. The small town of Oak Bluffs, MA offers historical sites such as the oldest carousel in the country, beautiful beaches, fun shopping, and the largest marina on Martha’s Vineyard. Note: Bring cash with you as most businesses on the island do not accept credit or debit card.

Click here to sign up!

Arnold Arboretum - Saturday, June 24th

Saturday, June 24
1:15pm - 6:00pm
Cost: T Fare only
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

Come enjoy a free trip to a fantastic arboretum! Occupying 281 acres, the Arboretum’s living collection of trees, shrubs, and woody vines is recognized as one of the most comprehensive and best documented of its kind in the world. The living collection is supported by comprehensive curatorial documentation, herbaria containing more than 1.3 million specimens, extensive library and archival holdings, and a 43,000-square-foot state-of-the-art research center. These facilities and holdings, along with 75 full-time staff, provide the basis for research and education by Harvard faculty and students, Arboretum scholars, and visiting scientists from around the world. Investigations focus on examining plant diversity from genomic, developmental, organismic, evolutionary, and ecosystem perspectives. (From http://www.arboretum.harvard.edu/about/).

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Whale Watch 1 - Sunday, June 25th

Sunday, June 25
8:45am-2pm
Cost: $27.50 + your own T fare
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

Enjoy a whale watch aboard the Voyager III, a high-speed catamaran! From Boston, Stellwagen Bank Marine Sanctuary is just a short ride away from one of the world's most active marine sanctuaries with abundant whales, dolphins, sea birds and other marine life. This is a great opportunity to see Boston Harbor and to see whales up close.

From the tour website: “We recommend wearing comfortable rubber-soled shoes or sneakers and bringing along a light sweater or jacket, even on a warm day. Sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat are a must, and don’t forget your camera or binoculars.”

Click here to sign up!

Taza Chocolate Factory Tour 1 - Tuesday, June 27th

Tuesday, June 27
4:30pm - 6:30pm
Cost: $10
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

Taza Chocolate Factory produces “stone ground, organic” chocolate. A pioneer in the Direct Trade movement, their chocolate is ethically sourced and delicious. Come tour their factory, which uses Oaxacan stone mills to grind chocolate, and get a chance to taste this unique treat!

http://www.tazachocolate.com/

Click here to sign up!

Shear Madness - Thursday, June 29th

Thursday, June 29
6:45pm-11pm
Cost: $36 + your own T fare
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

New England's most popular and well-reviewed whodunit, Shear Madness is a Clue-inspired tale of murder, mystery, and audience participation. The Chicago Sun-Times calls it "fresh and funny," and the Washington Post hailed its "shrieks of laughter night after night."

Click here to sign up!

Boston College - Thursday, June 29th

Thursday, June 29th
11am - 4:30pm
Meet outside Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard
Registration opens at the Activities Office on June 22nd. 

Boston College is the first institution of of higher learning to operate in the city of Boston.  A prive Jesuit Catholic research university, BC is comprised of several major academic components: The Robert J. Morrissey College of Arts & Sciences (the largest undergraduate program), as well as schools of education, social work, nursing, theology and ministry, and several others. Boston College also includes a number of campuses, libraries, and administrative support offices. Approximately 14,250 students attend BC.

Learn more about BC and its admissions process before the trip by visiting www.bc.edu/admission/undergrad.html.

Brown 1 - Friday, June 30th

Friday, June 30th
10:00am - 6:00pm
Meet at corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets
Registration opens in the Activities Office on Thursday, June 22nd.

Located in historic Providence, Rhode Island and founded in 1764, Brown University is the seventh-oldest college in the United States. Brown is an independent, coeducational Ivy League institution comprising undergraduate and graduate programs. With its talented and motivated student body and accomplished faculty, Brown is a leading research university that maintains a particular commitment to exceptional undergraduate instruction.

Brown’s vibrant, diverse community consists of about 6,200 undergraduates and over 700 faculty members. Brown students come from all 50 states and more than 115 countries. Undergraduates pursue bachelor’s degrees in more than 70 concentrations. Anything’s possible at Brown - the university’s commitment to undergraduate freedom means students must take responsibility as architects of their courses of study (from www.brown.edu/about).

Learn more about Brown and its admissions process before the trip by visiting https://www.brown.edu/admission.

Canobie Lake Park - Saturday, July 1st

Saturday, July 1
9am-5pm
Cost: $37
Meet at the corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets.

Opened in 1902, Canobie Lake Park is an amusement park located in Salem, NH. It’s famous for the Yankee Cannonball, a 1930’s wooden coaster, and the Canobie Corkscrew. It’s also one of the only parks in New England with a “dark ride”, the Mine of Lost Souls. There’s also the chance to cool off with one of their many water rides.

Click here to sign up!

Duck Tour - Saturday, July 1st

Saturday, July 1
8:30am-11am
Cost: $31.75
Meet at corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets.

The fun begins as soon as you board your “Duck,” an authentic, renovated WWII amphibious landing vehicle. First, you’ll be greeted by a legendary tour guide, who’ll be narrating your tour. Then you’re off on a journey like you’ve never had before. You’ll cruise by all the places that make Boston the birthplace of freedom and a city of firsts, from the golden-domed State House to Bunker Hill and the TD Garden, Boston Common and Copley Square to the Big Dig, Government Center to the fashionable Newbury Street, Quincy Market to the Prudential Tower, and more. And, as the best of Boston unfolds before your eyes, your ConDUCKtor will be giving you lots of little known facts and interesting insights about this unique and wonderful city.

Click here to sign up!

Institute of Contemporary Art - Saturday, July 1st

Saturday, July 1
1:15pm-4pm
Cost: T fare only
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

Located in a breathtaking waterfront building, the ICA is Boston's destination for new art and ideas.

“Founded in 1936 as The Boston Museum of Modern Art, the museum was conceived as a laboratory where innovative approaches to art could be championed. In pursuit of this mission, in its early days, the museum established its reputation for identifying important new artists and changed its name a final time to become the Institute of Contemporary Art in 1948.”

Since then, it has encouraged appreciation for contemporary culture, pioneered support for new media, and helped birth the careers of artists of such renown as Georges Brach and Andy Warhol.

(From http://www.icaboston.org/about/history/history-of-ica/)

Click here to sign up!

Taste of Harborfest - Sunday, July 2nd

Sunday, July 2
11am-2:30pm
Cost: T fare only
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

A Boston tradition for over 30 years, this is the biggest Fourth of July festival in the country. Featuring food, tours, Revolutionary War era reenactments, and much more, it’s an that brings all of Boston together and highlights the patriotism and special place in U.S. history Boston has. For the Taste of Harborfest, restaurants from all over Boston will gather on Long Wharf to showcase their offerings with live entertainment.

Click here to sign up!

Blue Man Group - Sunday, July 2nd

Sunday, July 2
12:30pm-5:00pm
Cost: $52.50 + your own T fare
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

“Blue Man Group combines music, technology, and comedy to create a form of entertainment that defies categorization and appeals to people of all ages.  Blue Man Group’s shows have been described by critics as ‘innovative,’ ‘energetic,’ and ‘wildly entertaining.’” (http://www.blueman.com/boston/about-show)

Click here to sign up!

New England Aquarium - Sunday, July 2nd

Sunday, July 2
1-5pm
Cost: $13 + your own T fare
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard

In 2013, the Aquarium reopened its Giant Ocean Tank after a ten month renovation. The new Giant Ocean Tank features a new reef designed to represent the pre-Columbian Caribbean reef, new lighting with the reflective dome, and better views with the new viewing windows along the tank. Since the tank’s opening in 1969, its number of fish has increased from 800 to 2,000 and number of species has increased from 90 to 140.

Click here to sign up!

Salem - Tuesday, July 4th

Tuesday, July 4
10am-4pm
Cost: T fare AND Commuter Rail ($14 roundtrip)
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

Salem is a city rich with history. You’ll get a chance to visit the site of the infamous Salem witch trials from the 1600s, along with a number of other historic sites and museums in this beautiful coastal city.

Click here to sign up!

Boston University - Wednesday, July 5th

Wednesday, July 5th
12:15pm - 4:00pm
Meet outside Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard
Registration opens in the Activities Office on Wednesday, June 28th.

Boston University is a large private research institution located in Boston, Massachusetts. The institution approximately 16,500 undergraduate students and 14,000 graduate students. Boston University has a balanced arts and sciences and professions instructional program. According to US News (2014), business (including management and marketing), social sciences, and health related professions (including biological and biomedical sciences) are the most popular majors.

Learn more about BU and its admissions process before the trip by visiting http://www.bu.edu/admissions/.

Northeastern 1 - Thursday, July 6th

Thursday, July 6th
1:15pm - 4:30pm
Meet outside Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard
Registration opens in the Activities Office on Thursday, June 29th.

Northeastern University is a large private research institution located in Boston, Massachusetts. The institution approximately 18,000 undergraduate and 7,000 graduate students. Northeastern University has a balanced arts and sciences and professions instructional program. According to US News (2014), business (including management and marketing), social sciences, health related professions (including biological and biomedical sciences), and engineering are the most popular majors.

Learn more about Northeastern and its admissions process before the trip by visiting https://www.northeastern.edu/admissions/.

Tufts University - Thursday, July 6th

Thursday, July 6
12:00pm - 4:00pm
Meet outside Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard
Registration opens in the Activities Office on Thursday, June 29, at 9am. Spots: 20

Tufts University is a large private research institution located in Medford, Massachusetts. The institution approximately 5,200 undergraduates and 5,500 graduate students. The undergraduate instructional program focuses on the arts and sciences with the enrollment profile being majority graduate students. According to Tufts University (2015), the top five popular majors are international relations, economics, biology, computer science, and the fine arts.

Learn more about Tufts and its admissions process before the trip by visiting http://admissions.tufts.edu/.

Laser Quest - Friday, July 7th

Friday, July 7
5pm-10pm
Cost: $29.75
Meet at the corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets.

The classic combination of hide-and-seek and tag with the high tech twist of laser guns. Laser Quest features a multi-level arena with swirling fog, energetic music, and fun lurking around every corner. It also has a great arcade and awesome prizes to keep you occupied while waiting between games.

Click here to sign up!

Provincetown - Saturday, July 8th

Saturday, July 8
7:30am-6:30pm
Cost: $10
Meet at the corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets.

If it’s simple R & R you’re looking for, you’ve undoubtedly heard of Cape Cod. This strange curl of land extending from the southeast corner of the state is one of the most popular resort areas in the country. Stroll along quiet beaches inhaling the fragrant, salty scent of the ocean. Waterfront mansions complement the coastline and countless restaurants tempt you with traditional New England seafood. Students are free to move about the town and the beach.

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Museum of Fine Arts - Saturday, July 8th

Saturday, July 8
1pm-5pm
Cost: $10 + your own T fare
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

The MFA houses an outstanding collection of paintings, prints, sculptures, furnishings, and other artwork from all period through the present and boasts the most comprehensive collection of Asiatic art in the world. Special exhibits include: Chihuly: Through the Looking Glass, Art of the Americas Wing, Two Masters of Fantasy: Bresdin and Redon, The Goddess of Music and Good Fortune, Global Patterns: Dress and Textiles in Africa, An Unspoken Dialogue with Japanese Tea, Scaasi: American Couturier, and  Making History: The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Click here to sign up!

Blue Hills Hiking - Sunday, July 9th

Sunday, July 9
9am-2pm
Cost: $10
Meet at the corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets.

A rich historical and archaeological site, the Blue Hills also offer a variety of wonderful hiking trails. Just minutes from downtown Boston, it’s a chance to escape the hustle and bustle of the city for and enjoy the nature the Blue Hills have to offer.

Please note this is not an accessible hiking trail per MA standards.

Click here to sign up!

Beacon Hill and Freedom Trail Tour - Sunday, July 9th

Sunday, July 9
1pm-5pm
Cost: $10 + your own T fare
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

"Beacon Hill gets its name from a beacon that once stood atop its hill to warn locals about foreign invasion. Approximately one square mile in size, Beacon Hill is bound by Beacon Street, Bowdoin Street, Cambridge Street and Storrow Drive. Its architecture and lay- out is reflective of old colonial Boston, consisting of brick row houses with beautiful doors, decorative iron work, brick sidewalks, narrow streets, and gas lamps. Beacon Hill is also home to the Massachusetts State House and America's first African Meeting House. Charles Street, the neighborhood's main thoroughfare, is lined with antique shops and restaurants. Beacon Hill has been home to many notable Americans, including Louisa May Alcott, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Daniel Webster, Robert Frost, Sylvia Plath, and Senator John Kerry." (http://www.cityofboston.gov/neighborhoods/beaconhill.asp)

"Welcome to the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile, red-lined route that leads you to 16 historically significant sites — each one an authentic treasure. Explore museums and meetinghouses, churches, and burying grounds. Learn about the brave people who shaped our nation. Discover the rich history of the American Revolution, as it began in Boston, where every step tells a story." (http://www.thefreedomtrail.org/)

Click here to sign up!

Northeastern 2 - Thursday, July 13th

Thursday, July 13th
1:15pm - 4:30pm
Meet outside Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard
Registration opens in the Activities Office on Thursday, July 6th, at 9am. Spots: 20

Northeastern University is a large private research institution located in Boston, Massachusetts. The institution approximately 18,000 undergraduate and 7,000 graduate students. Northeastern University has a balanced arts and sciences and professions instructional program. According to US News (2014), business (including management and marketing), social sciences, health related professions (including biological and biomedical sciences), and engineering are the most popular majors.

Learn more about Northeastern and its admissions process before the trip by visiting https://www.northeastern.edu/admissions/.

Newport, RI - Saturday, July 15th

Saturday, July 15
8am-6:30pm
Cost: $10
Meet at the corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets.

Founded in 1639, Newport is one of the oldest cities in the US, and as a result Newport features some of the best-preserved colonial-era buildings in the country. Newport is also home to the Newport Naval Station, home of the Naval War College, and is well-known for the “Summer White Houses” of Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy.

Click here to sign up

Prudential Center Skywalk - Saturday, July 15th

Saturday, July 15
12:00pm-5:00pm
Cost: $12 + your own T fare
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

A must see, the Skywalk Observatory is Boston’s and New England’s tallest and only observatory. It offers breathtaking views of the city and beyond, as well as informative and interactive exhibits on Boston’s famous and historic places, artists, and athletes. Afterwards, enjoy the afternoon exploring the shops in the Prudential Center Mall.

Click here to sign up

Middlesex Fells Hiking - Sunday, July 16th

Sunday, July 16
9am-1pm
Cost: $10
Meet at the corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets.

The Middlesex Fells Reservation's 2,575 acres offer a welcome retreat for city dwellers and a suitable terrain for hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders, rock climbers, cross-country skiers and picnickers as well as natural and cultural history buffs. "Fells" is the Saxon word for rocky, hilly tracts of land - an apt name for this scenic area which is rich in local history. This picturesque area was once favored for timber, granite quarrying, ice industry, and water power for the many mills including one that manufactured some of the first vulcanized rubber products. The area was first explored by Governor Winthrop and his men in the winter of 1632: " ...they came to a very great pond, having in the midst an island of about one acre and very thick with trees of pine and beech and the pond had divers small rocks standing up here and there in it, which therefore called Spot Pond." (quote from Gov. Winthrop's private papers) Make sure to wear some comfy shoes/sneakers. Those with a penchant for photography may want to bring a camera!

Click here to sign up!

SOWA Open Market - Sunday, July 16th

Sunday, July 16
1:15pm-4:30pm
Cost: T fare only
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

The South End Open Markets is a huge marketplace featuring the finest artisanal vendors from across the city, selling items including jewelry, artwork, and clothing, along with a farmer’s market and a large number of food trucks. This is definitely your best bet to find unique, one-of-a-kind items for keepsakes or souvenirs. Visit http://www.sowaboston.com/sowa-open-market/ for more info.

Click here to sign up

 

Red Sox vs Blue Jays - Monday, July 17th

Monday, July 17
5:45pm - 11:30pm
Cost: $16 + your own T fare

Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

Watch the Boston Red Sox play the Toronto Blue Jays at Boston’s historic Fenway Park!

Click here to sign up

 

Taza Chocolate Factory Tour 2 - Friday, July 21st

Friday, July 21
4:00pm-6:30pm
Cost: $10
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

Taza Chocolate Factory produces “stone ground, organic” chocolate. A pioneer in the Direct Trade movement, their chocolate is ethically sourced and delicious. Come tour their factory, which uses Oaxacan stone mills to grind chocolate, and get a chance to taste this unique treat!

Click here to sign up

 

Martha's Vineyard 2 - Saturday, July 22nd

Saturday, July 22
6:15am-6:45pm
Cost: $24
Meet at the corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets.

Martha’s Vineyard is a favorite vacation spot of many New Englanders for good reason. The small town of Oak Bluffs, MA offers historical sites such as the oldest carousel in the country, beautiful beaches, fun shopping, and the largest marina on Martha’s Vineyard.. Note: Bring cash with you as most businesses on the island do not accept credit or debit card.

Click here to sign up

 

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum - Saturday, July 22nd

Saturday, July 22
1:15pm-5pm
Cost: T fare only
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is one of Boston’s finest art collections, featuring works of world importance from Europe, Asia, and the Americas. It’s also known for its unique admissions policy, written in Isabella Gardner’s will: admittance is discounted for those wearing Boston Red Sox memorabilia, and is free for anyone named Isabella.

Click here to sign up

 

Revere Beach Sand Sculpting Festival - Sunday, July 23rd

Sunday, July 23
10am-4pm
Cost: $10
Meet at the corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets.

Drawing competitors from around the world, the Revere Beach Sand Sculpting Competition is internationally renowned, and competitors produce some of the most breathtaking pieces of art right before your eyes right on the beach. Check out http://reverebeachpartnership.com/sand-sculpting-festival/ to see what competitors in previous years have managed to create

Click here to sign up

 

Brown 2 - Tuesday, July 25th

Tuesday, July 25th
10:00am - 6:00pm
Meet at corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets
Registration opens in the Activities Office on Tuesday, July 18th.

Located in historic Providence, Rhode Island and founded in 1764, Brown University is the seventh-oldest college in the United States. Brown is an independent, coeducational Ivy League institution comprising undergraduate and graduate programs. With its talented and motivated student body and accomplished faculty, Brown is a leading research university that maintains a particular commitment to exceptional undergraduate instruction.

Brown’s vibrant, diverse community consists of about 6,200 undergraduates and over 700 faculty members. Brown students come from all 50 states and more than 115 countries. Undergraduates pursue bachelor’s degrees in more than 70 concentrations. Anything’s possible at Brown - the university’s commitment to undergraduate freedom means students must take responsibility as architects of their courses of study (from www.brown.edu/about).

Learn more about Brown and its admissions process before the trip by visiting https://www.brown.edu/admission.

Yale 2 - Friday, July 28th

Friday, July 28th
7:00am - 5:30pm
Meet at corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets
Registration opens in the Activities Office on Friday, July 21st, at 9am. Spots: 100

Yale University in New Haven, CT comprises three major academic components: Yale College (the undergraduate program), the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and the professional schools. In addition, Yale encompasses a wide array of centers and programs, libraries, museums, and administrative support offices. Approximately 11,250 students attend Yale.

Yale College is the heart of the University. More than 2,000 undergraduate courses in the liberal arts and sciences are offered each year by over sixty-five departments and programs, forming a curriculum of remarkable breadth and depth. The faculty is dedicated to undergraduate teaching, and many of Yale’s most distinguished professors teach introductory-level courses (from www.yale.edu/about).

Learn more about Yale and its admissions process before the trip by visiting admissions.yale.edu.

Wrentham Outlets - Friday, July 28th

Friday, July 28
9am-3pm
Cost: $12
Meet at the corner of Oxford and Kirkland Streets.

This outlet center offers one of the largest collections of designer brands and boasts daily savings of 25% - 65%. BCBG Max Azria, Burberry, Juicy Couture, Puma, Nike, Movado . . . if you’re a shopaholic, this is a trip for you!

Click here to sign up

 

Whale Watch 2 - Saturday, July 29th

Saturday, July 29
8:45am-2pm
Cost: $27.50 + your own T fare
Meet at Holworthy Hall, Harvard Yard.

Enjoy a whale watch aboard the Voyager III, a high-speed catamaran! From Boston, Stellwagen Bank Marine Sanctuary is just a short ride away from one of the world's most active marine sanctuaries with abundant whales, dolphins, sea birds and other marine life. This is a great opportunity to see Boston Harbor and to see whales up close.

From the tour website: “We recommend wearing comfortable rubber-soled shoes or sneakers and bringing along a light sweater or jacket, even on a warm day. Sunscreen, sunglasses and a hat are a must, and don’t forget your camera or binoculars.”

Click here to sign up

 

 

Questions?


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