Tours

I’ve had so much fun talking with groups about my book, and I’m so fond of walking around Boston and Cambridge, I figured I might as well combine the two things. Though SHE THE PEOPLE is, of course, about the whole United States, so much of it was inspired by the history that surrounds me on a daily basis. This walking tour will give me a chance to explain some of that process while also explaining history.

At the moment, just the Boston branch of the tour is available. A Cambridge edition, and a combined version, will be available later on. You can join my mailing list, or follow me on Twitter or Facebook to stay up to date on these developments.

Tours will generally happen rain or shine, but in cases of extreme weather, which happens around these parts, I will get in touch with people who have registered.

If your group is interested in an individualized tour, contact me directly to arrange something that suits you:


*SPECIAL 4TH OF JULY EDITION* - SHE THE PEOPLE Boston Walking Tour
from 15.00

With stops at places referred to in my book, SHE THE PEOPLE, or related to people I discuss, this walking tour gives a sense of the layers of women’s history in Boston, from before 1776 to now.

This Special 4th of July Edition will begin as my book does, watching the Declaration of Independence read from the balcony of the Old State House — though we won’t tearing down any statues, of course.

Every year, the Captain Commanding of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company of Massachusetts reads the Declaration of Independence from the balcony which is then followed by lots of cheering and music and confetti. You can read more about it here:

Traditional Reading of the Declaration of Independence and Parade

We’ll watch all of this fun stuff, and then head out on the tour, which is meant to start there anyway.

The cost is still:

$15 per person
$30 with included signed copy of
SHE THE PEOPLE
(if you bring your own copy, I’ll sign that, too. Of course.)

Because this will be a crowded day all over Boston, particularly at the event, the tour members are limited to 15.

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SHE THE PEOPLE Boston Walking Tour
from 15.00

With stops at places referred to in my book, SHE THE PEOPLE, or related to people I discuss, this walking tour gives a sense of the layers of women’s history in Boston, from before 1776 to now.

The current dates available are:

Sat, June 29 - 10AM
Sat, July 6 - 10AM (♿️ Wheelchair Friendly)
Sun, July 14 - 10AM

$15 per person
$30 with signed copy of
SHE THE PEOPLE

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