Things To Do In Boston
Stay Steps From The Best Boston Activities This Summer
The summer season holds a very special place in the hearts of Bostonians. From baseball at Fenway Park to sailing on the Charles River to sipping cocktails under the stars, Boston offers endless summertime possibilities. Check out some of our favorites here.
The Boston Common, founded in 1634, is the oldest public park in America. From Colonial times to the present day, the Common has been at the center stage of American history.
Harbor Sailing Tours
For most of Boston's history, the harbor was the center of the city, and urban life was dominated by sailing ships.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
This bustling indoor-outdoor market opened as a market for merchants, fishermen and vendors in 1743 and was the site of impassioned speeches by Samuel Adams, James Otis, and others encouraging independence from Great Britain.
Old Town Trolley Tours
Choose Your Adventure!
Whether you’re just breezing through or enjoying an extended stay, we’ve got several options to choose from to help you maximize your time in Boston and still see the best first!
Beacon Hill is home to the Massachusetts State House and many historical landmarks, including the Boston African American National Historic Site.
Boston Harbor is a natural harbor and estuary of Massachusetts Bay, and is located adjacent to the city of Boston, Massachusetts.
Lined with elegant brownstones that serve as shops, sidewalk cafés and art galleries, this upscale shopping street...
Boston Duck Tours
One big splash and the rest is history!
Boston Duck Tours has 3 departure locations: the Museum of Science, Prudential Center and New England Aquarium.
CityView Trolley Tours
Explore our historic city on CityView Trolleys. Learn about the Boston Tea Party, Boston Massacre, Paul Revere's Ride, and the role Bostonians played in the American Revolution. Visit Faneuil Hall, Boston's North End, Boston Common, South Station, Chinatown, North Station, the Boston Harbor and more.
Boston Public Library
The Boston Public Library is a municipal public library system in Boston, Massachusetts, United States, founded in 1848.
Boston City Hall
Visit Boston City Hall and get a close-up glimpse of the city government at work. You can also tour several art galleries promoting the work of Boston area artists.
Isabella Stewart Gardner
The museum which bears her name also stands as a testament to her vision.
Samuel Adams Brewery
The Boston Brewery is akin to a test kitchen – it’s where we try out new ingredients, and brew specialty beers that are available only in the Boston area or in our Brewery tasting rooms.
Museum of Fine Arts
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts, is the fourth largest museum in the United States.
Harvard University is a private Ivy League research university in Cambridge, Massachusetts...
African Meeting House
Built in 1806 in the heart of what was then Boston's biggest free black neighborhood...
Founded in 1807 and designated as a National Historic Landmark in 1966...
Bunker Hill Monument
A 221-foot granite obelisk commemorating the Battle of Bunker Hill, this monument and museum...
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum
Celebrating the life and accomplishments of John F. Kennedy, this impressive building designed by I.M. Pei...
Museum of Science
Step inside this world-class museum and you’ll immediately find yourself face-to-teeth with a life-sized T-Rex.
New England Aquarium
From boisterous sea lions to waddling penguins, the New England Aquarium is home to over 10,000 marine animals from around the world.
Old North Church
The oldest church building in Boston and an active Episcopal church to this day...
Winner of all 40 sea battles in which she fought, “Old Ironsides” is one of the six original frigates that made up the United States Navy.