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Beacon Hill Boston, Italian Lunch & Swan Boats
The stately Nichols House Museum is an example of the Bostonian upper class during Nichol’s lifetime. The museum is named for Rose Standish Nichols (1872-1960), renowned landscape gardener, suffragist, pacifist, and member of the Cornish Art Colony in NH, who lived in the house between 1885 and 1960. Discover tapestries, American handwork, distinctive furniture and collections, and statue by NH artist St. Gaudens. The guided tour will cover over three floors of the building. There will be many stairs and a lot of walking.
Enjoy a delicious Italian luncheon, family style at Maggiano’s. After lunch enjoy a Swan Boat ride in Boston’s beautiful Public Gardens. The Swan Boat story dates back to the 1870’s and continues to be a favorite summer pastime for city residents and visitors.
Price: $127 per person
Deluxe Tour includes: Luxury motorcoach transportation, Museum Guided Tour, Italian Luncheon, Swan Boat Ride, and ProfessionalTour Director Services.
Gratuities for the Bus Driver and Professional Tour Director are not included.
Depart: 9:30AM at Concord Trailways 30 Stickney Ave. Return approximately 5:30PM
Payment is due upon reservation Reserve early as space is limited Last date to reserve: July 20,2018
Reservations after July 20 will be first come first served if space is available
Make checks payable to: Banner Tours and Travel LLC
Please mail to: White Birch Center, PO Box 2035, Henniker, NH 03242