- Faneuil Hall Marketplace
- New England Aquarium
- John F. Kennedy Library Museum
- The Shops at Prudential Center
- Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops
- CambridgeSide Galleria
- Old South Meeting House
- Mary Baker Eddy Library
- Stone Zoo, Franklin Park Zoo
- Museum of Science Boston
- USS Constitution ship
- Wrentham Village Premium Outlets
- Old Sturbridge Village
- Newport Mansions
- Concord Museum
Top Ten Attractions:
Boston Duck Tours: One big splash and the rest is history!
This fully narrated historic tour, takes place in authentic WWI amphibious vehicles through the streets of Boston and into the Charles River. The fun begins as soon as you board! Operating seven days a week, the tours depart every 30 minutes starting at 9am and the last tour leaves an hour before sunset. Departure Locations: Outside Prudential Center and Museum of Science. Rain or Shine!
Cheers Beacon Street & Faneuil Hall
The newest CHEERS in Boston at Faneuil Hall Marketplace are the replicas of the bar seen on the TV series, Cheers. Offering a mouthwatering menu of traditional pub fare and an abundant beverage selection, Cheers features award-winning Bloody Marys and a variety of draft beers. Dancing to live entertainment Thursday, Friday & Saturday nights.
First opened in 1908, Filene's Basement of Boston is the country's oldest and most renowned off-price store. It gained worldwide acclaim through its 30%-60% savings off fine department store prices and The Automatic Markdown Plan (the unique premise upon which the store was founded and still operates). The store has been featured on national television programs such as 20/20 and Good Morning America! Don't miss the opportunity to visit this retail legend during your stay in Boston.
Freedom Trail Sites
The Freedom Trail Foundation celebrates Boston's history! Our spirited costumed historic characters lead visitors along our red brick line, The Freedom Trail. They reveal stories about the people, the places, the events and the drama of the American Revolution, and share lively anecdotes about the vitality of contemporary Boston. The Foundation promotes and helps to preserve the sixteen nationally significant historic sites along the red brick path, our country's cherished places where American patriotism and American democracy were born. In addition, we provide special events, tours and programming for visitors and lifelong learners from all over the world.
Boston Harbor Cruises has been Boston's premier ticket to ride on the harbor since 1926! Offering Boston's only three-hour catamaran whale watch, sightseeing tours and sunset cruises, Boston Harbor Island ferries, the Provincetown Fast Ferry, lighthouse tours and more. Three-hour whale watches, charters, sightseeing, lighthouse tours, entertainment cruises, Harbor Island and Provincetown ferries, corporate functions afloat. Boston Harbor Cruise's guides take you through the past, present and future of this historic city. Take our USS Constitution cruise, historic harbor sightseeing cruise, narrated lighthouse cruises, romantic sunset cruises and more!
Museum of Fine Arts
The Museum of Fine Arts offers one of the greatest gifts Boston has to give - Discovery. For young and old, for first-time visitor and familiar friends, every turn yields a new experience. Each piece is a passport to a time and a place that will inform, enlighten, and inspire.
Museum of Science
The Science Museum is a world-renowned educational institution with over 400 interactive participatory exhibits featuring live animal and physical science demonstrations, courses, traveling exhibits, a computer center, the Mugar Omni Theater, and Charles Hayden Planetarium. 600 interactive exhibits let visitors explore the world around them, daily live presentations, science theatre and 15-foot lightning bolts. The Museum offers a number of special exhibitions & theater shows throughout the year .
New England Aquarium
The Aquarium host colorful & educational exhibits featuring more than 8000 aquatic creatures. Highlights include a 4-story glass ocean tank that houses a coral reef display plus an outstanding variety of fishes, sharks & sea turtles. The New England Aquarium is also home to the Simons IMAX Theatre.
Insist on the original, one and only, orange and green Old Town Trolley. Daily departures, leave at least every twenty minutes from 17 stops throughout the city including: the New England Aquarium, U.S.S. Constitution Museum, the Trolley Stop Store on the corner of S. Charles & Boylston Streets and most major hotels (see your concierge). Enjoy a 100 minute, fully narrated sightseeing tour with more than 100 points of interest guaranteed aboard our authentic, all weather trolley!
The USS Constitution Museum brings to life the stories of the individuals who authorized, built, served on and preserved USS Constitution. Through hands-on exhibits, displays of historic artifacts, computer simulated re-enactments, and public programming the Museum strives to make a personal connection to our American past and the heritage of USS Constitution . Visit our new family exhibit A Sailor's Life for Me? And explore a sailor's daily life.