Exhilarating Boston, MA Vacations
Uniquely Local Pursuits
Ask twenty Bostonites their favorite thing about their city and you’ll get just as many answers. Boston offers a unique blend of history and cosmopolitan all within walking distance. From sports to museums to live music to nightlife, things to do in Boston are nearly infinite. If you can’t find something you love on our list of attractions, just ask the staff for their picks and we’ll help you create your ideal vacation.
Freedom Trail: Put yourself in the footsteps of the Founding Fathers. Making its way from the south end of the Boston Common to the Bunker Hill Monument on the north side of the Charles River, this 2.5 mile trail features some of America’s most famous historic sites.
South End: Immerse yourself in the refined architecture of this residential neighborhood, stopping here and there to pop into the numerous cafes and shops along the way. Before heading home, make your way to the North End – just a short distance away – to pick up some sweet delicacies at Mike’s Pastry.
Fenway Park: If you are in Boston between April and October, attending a Red Sox game is practically mandatory. The team has played at Fenway since 1912, making the park the oldest facility in use by any MLB team today. Arrive early to experience the atmosphere of Landsdowne and pay your respects to The Green Monster.
The Wang Center: Able to seat an audience of 3,600, the Wang Theatre hosts an impressive array of world-class Broadway, theater, music, dance, opera and film. If you can’t find a show there to suit your tastes, head across the street to Shubert Theatre for other options.
The New England Aquarium: Located at Central Wharf, the New England Aquarium is easily accessible by car, on the T, and of course, on foot. Check out penguins, sharks, sea lions, seals and more, or go on a whale watching tour for a chance to see a North Atlantic Right Whale!