It’s a Star Spangled Birthday! celebrate the birth of our nation in the Cradle of Liberty, Boston, Massachusetts. Bursting with fireworks, good food and festive highlights, it’s a 4th of July you’ll never forget!
Day 1: Boston Bound (L, D)
Begin your Boston sojourn with lunch at Longfellow’s Wayside Inn, the oldest operating inn in the US. After lunch, it’s on to Lexington and Concord, over the Old North Bridge to the site of the first battles of the Revolutionary War.
Follow the route that heard the warning, "The British are Coming!" On a private tour, you’ll walk the Battlefield of the Patriots and see where the Minutemen stood guard.
Your first day finishes with a welcome dinner at Top Catch where you’ll dine on fresh local seafood overlooking the Boston Harbor! Relax at the brand new Envision Hotel, a unique boutique hotel and your home for the next two nights.
Day 2: July 4th Celebration (B)
Get to know Boston on its most festive, patriotic day! On a guided tour, step through time at the Old North Church, where the lanterns signaled Paul Revere’s "One if by Land, Two if by Sea." Stroll the quaint Beacon Hill, known for cobble stone streets and old world feel. Follow The Freedom Trail, visit the site of the Boston Tea Party and more.
The rest of the day is yours to explore Downtown Boston, with plenty of time on your own for lunch, shopping, sight-seeing and an early dinner. Boston’s iconic Faneuil and Quincy Market await, with historic galleries, shops, cafes and more.
Or, head back to the hotel to relax before the evening festivities!
Get ready for an explosion of fun aboard a private fireworks cruise exclusively for guests of The Upper Class.
From your classic riverboat, watch the Boston Fireworks light up the sky, accompanied by the incomparable Boston Pops Live Concert Spectacular! You’ll cruise on the Charles River, the ultimate location that provides the best view of the fireworks and concert! Refreshments will be served onboard and each guests can enjoy two complimentary cocktails. Cheers!
Day 3: USS Constitution, Cambridge and Bunker Hill (B)
Be one of the first to step aboard the USS Constitution, freshly released from dry dock after a three year hiatus. The Constitution is the world’s oldest floating commissioned warship, and America’s Ship of State. Next, it’s on to Bunker Hill, a turning point of the Revolution.
This afternoon, cross the famous Charles River to bustling Cambridge. On a guided tour, walk through the prestigious Harvard Yard, Weld Hall where JFK resided and Wadsworth House where George Washington slept!