Meet Our Boston Tour Guides
Our Boston tour guides form a group of young at heart, fun loving guides who have come together for a common cause: To teach history and entertain guests with creative tours of Boston. We offer free tours for one very important reason, so that everyone can enjoy a fun, creative and educational walking tour experience for any budget. Our tour guests determine what they think the tour was worth at no upfront cost. Our tour guides love what they do and will make sure they provide you with the best sightseeing experience possible.
Meet the Crew:
Brian: Wicked passionate about his fair city, Brian is a true Bostonian, born and raised in the city he loves. Brian holds a Journalism/History degree from Emerson College in Boston and he has read, consumed and absorbed anything related to Boston’s rich history and cultural heritage. Brian enjoys acting in local theatre productions, reading fiction, poetry and non-fiction and traveling across the U.S. and Europe as often as time allows. Some of his favorite things in Boston are its museums, its waterfront and of course Boston Cream Pie. He has been leading tours for Free Tours By Foot Boston for the past year and has loves every
second of it. When not leading tours with Free Tours By Foot, you can find Brian playing hopscotch with his friends on School Street, at the site of the first public school in America.
Limari: Limari’s historical adventures began years ago in Virginia, West Virginia and Pennsylvania when she blazed the same trail George Washington did during the French and Indian War and simultaneously discovered our very first national road. Originally from California, she has a background in politics, video production and historical research. She loves to bring history alive by sparking the imagination and drawing people into the great stories of the past. In her adopted state of Massachusetts she has explored the impressive Saugus Iron Works, our nation’s industrial past along the Charles River, the beautiful architecture of Boston’s Back Bay and the North End’s immense history and culinary traditions. When she’s not leading people on history adventures she spends her time volunteering, singing classical music or cooking up the latest goods from Boston’s beloved Haymarket.
David: David was born and raised in Boston and he loves his city. He likes to show Boston to visitors and friends and share his insider tips. He has probably led over 5000 tours over the past 30 years, if not more. When he is not leading tours, he is researching new exploratory walks through his favorite city. He is excited to share his knowledge and excitement for Boston with all his tour guests.
Beth: Beth has loved to hear and tell the great stories from American history for as long as she can remember. Beth has taught Middle and High School History and English, started a food co-op, and helped to start a storytelling festival in her hometown’s public schools. She has been a tour guide at Westpoint Academy as well as with Historic Hudson Valley where the Rockefeller Estate was her specialty. Beth has jumped whole- heartedly into her adopted home of Boston: what town could be better for heroic and inspiring stories from history? She’s got a husband and three grown kids, two cats, and one adorable grandbaby: story-listener in training! When not strolling the streets of her Boston neighborhood Jamaica Plain, she’s likely to enjoy the beauty and rich historic vibes around Cape Cod, the North Shore, the North End, and Cambridge. Beth likes reading, museum diving, and traveling far afield.