Photograph Boston’s must-see attractions on this popular photography and history walking tour in three scenic areas: Beacon Hill, Public Garden and Back Bay.
Explore Boston From A Different Angle!
Discover Boston on a history and photography walking tour. Capture amazing pictures of famous historic sites, iconic architectural landmarks and the most charming neighborhoods in the city. Learn photo tips that will teach you how to see creatively with your camera or smartphone, whether you’re a newbie, amateur, or advanced photographer.
Private walking tours of Boston run year-round to accommodate the interests and special requests of individuals or small groups. Visit historic sites, iconic landmarks, museum, or botanic garden in Boston or the Metrowest area on…
Race around Boston on an exciting, interactive Photo Scavenger Hunt that’s fun for all ages. Discover the city by solving clues, puzzles and taking pictures. Customized scavenger hunts are available for team building events, birthdays,…
Explore Boston from a different angle on a guided walking tour unlike any other in the city. PhotoWalks provides fascinating historical commentary and creative photo tips. Capture amazing pictures in charming neighborhoods like Beacon Hill, Back Bay, the North End. Walk along the Freedom Trail and visit actual sites where pivotal events happened in early American history. Or, have a customized itinerary designed for you on a private walking tour of Boston.
Each PhotoWalks tour is an eye-opening experience for photo enthusiasts, history buffs, urban explorers and Instagrammers. Discover hidden gems off-the-beaten-path that are not easy to find on your own. Develop lifelong observation skills and gain a renewed appreciation for noticing the details that are overlooked in our surroundings.
Stunning images are just a click away!
PhotoWalks is Boston’s original photo walking tour company, specializing in interactive small-group tours and:
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PhotoWalks was launched in 2002 by Saba Alhadi, a Boston photographer, tour guide and educator.