The Kennedy Tour Coupons and Deals
The Kennedy Tour highlights sites and landmarks in the city which played an important role in John F. Kennedy's rise to the White House. The tour explores the emergence of an Irish political machine in Boston—led by Kennedy's grandfathers, P.J. Kennedy and John F. "Honey Fitz" Fitzgerald—which paved the way for Kennedy's political ascent from congressman to senator to vice-presidential candidate to President of the United States. $10 ($24 value) for admission to The Kennedy Tour for two $19 ($48 value) for admission to The Kennedy Tour for four See Old City Hall and the Irish Famine Memorial Visit the Union Oyster House where Kennedy enjoyed clam chowder
In terms of your own experience, American royalty is the clan that scores the best booth at the local pub. But, with today's deal, you can get to know a group that landed some of the most powerful seats in the country -- including the one in the Oval Office: Pay $10 for two tickets to the Kennedy Tour and walk in the footsteps of one of the country's most well-respected and talked-about families (a $24 value). Or, pay just $6 for one admission (regularly $12). Meet at the Visitor Center at the Park Street end of the Common -- tours leave at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday through Saturday -- to embark on a guided trek that'll lead you to all of the places that played pivotal roles in John F. Kennedy's youth and ascension to the White House, including the State House, Faneuil Hall, and the Rose Kennedy Greenway. When you're through with this 90-minute journey, you may just feel stately enough to snag a prime seat in the Union Oyster House. Want more? Check out the Kennedy Tour on Facebook.