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Of course your very first stop should be the Freedom Trail where everything Boston began.

Of course your very first stop should be the Freedom Trail where everything Boston began.

 

Boston Irish Visitors Center

     Working under the principle of “Some things Boston, Some things Irish, All things Boston Irish” the Boston Irish Visitors Center provides a variety of services to both tourists and locals alike. The B.I.V.C. aims to preserve the rich history of the Irish in Boston while celebrating the special blend of two distinct cultures that is uniquely “Boston Irish”.

     The center offers a range of tours and events including an Irish Heritage Trolley tour, An Irish Pub tour and a specialized Walking Tour celebrating Boston Irish. 

     They also are the sole outlet for “John Joe’s Hooley Nights an Irish Cabaret show unique to Boston as well as retailing Boston Irish leisure wear and traditional Irish Gifts and souvenirs.

     Our visitor information center provides tourists with details of the many attractions and tourism opportunities available in Boston.

 

     We also sell the popular Go Boston Cards and Explorer Passes.

    Our Tour Booking Agency retails walking tours of Boston, Boston Irish Trolley tours and Irish Pub tours as well as Authentic Irish Cabaret nights and Colonial Dinner Shows.

     The Boston Irish Visitors Center is located at 25 Union Street, near Faneuil Hall, right on the freedom trail and across from the Holocaust Memorial.

Boston Irish Visitors Center

Many a grand moments have come from finding an Irish pub and ordering a pint of Guinness.  The wait for the beer to settle in the glass always bred anticipation. After the beer settled, there was that first heavenly sip of creamy elixir. It is a dark creamy wonder.

It is a beer that has always hit the spot.

 

Boston Irish Visitors Center

 

Smithwick’s Ale pours to a deep red color with a thick and creamy head formation and a sweet, slightly fruity malt nose.  The palate is smooth and satisfying, with a generous does of crystal malt flavor and a delicate, sweet and crisp maltiness.

 

A touch of fruit adds depth and character. In the finish, a light kiss of hops balances the beer nicely.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For More Information About the Go Boston Card CLICK HERE

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