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Just a few short weeks ago, dozens of Boston By Foot volunteers made their way to Education First’s gorgeous headquarters for our annual Awards Reception. During this evening of joy and festivities, we celebrated many well-deserving Boston By Foot volunteers, including those who... 
Thank you for exploring Boston with us! As a nonprofit organization, we rely on the...
Bob Malsberger
Something that truly sets Boston By Foot apart from other organizations is the diversity of interests and professions of our volunteers. We have historians, teachers, scientists, artists, and everything in between giving our tours. With over 200 volunteers, we’re always discovering something new about them! For instance, did you know that...
Education First Headquarter Building: Cambridge
Though we’re sad to see the 2017 tour season rapidly come to a close, we’re excited to be gearing up for our...
In 2008, longtime friends and Boston By Foot supporters Bill and Lia Poorvu established the Flansburgh Traveling Fellowship to honor Earl and Polly Flansburgh and the spirit they evidenced by creating Boston By Foot. Every year, one or more deserving BBF volunteers are awarded the...
Samuel Adams Brewery, Courtesy of Boston Beer Company
Samuel Adams: Founding Father, politician, leader of the American Revolution, and the namesake of the #1 brewery in the U.S. It’s no wonder we chose...
Born and raised just outside of Boston, Michele Steinberg has felt deeply connected to the city all her life. She has worked at various organizations throughout Boston such as the Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation...
Boston By Foot is thrilled to announce its new status as an EBT “Card to Culture” program member! EBT Card to Culture is a collaboration between the Mass Cultural Council and the Executive Office of Health and... 
Matt Schick, Boston By Foot's New Communications Assistant
Boston By Foot welcomes Matt Schick, our new Communications Assistant, to the community!
Beacon Hill Townhouses reflected by door knocker
This past July, Boston By Foot collaborated with local professional photographer Sharon Schindler to introduce our first-ever photography tour. Cameras in hand, participants explored the narrow alleyways and cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill. 

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