Read More About The Perfect Boston Red Sox Weekend

With warm weather on the way (we hope), the activity choices in Boston are set to escalate. So, put on your shorts and sunglasses as we take you on our guide to the perfect Boston weekend, featuring the Boston Red Sox (and lots more)!

Fenway Park

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Known as "America's Most Beloved Ballpark," Fenway Park is a must for your bucket list and better yet is located only a short train ride from Loews Boston Hotel. During the winter months, Fenway Park sees very little activity. However, as soon as the weather begins to warm and the flowers start to bloom, the entire vibe of the park changes. You can get swept up in the city's passion and love for this team before you even take one step into the park itself —when you encounter the bars and upbeat energy just outside the entrances. Once inside, you'll encounter a slice of sporting history, as Fenway is the oldest ballpark in the United States. Tours are available year-round and are a great way to learn about Red Sox legends like Williams, Yaz, Frisk, & Rice.

Loews Boston's Flavor Partner: Boston Harbor Distillery Tours

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Boston Harbor Distillery was founded by Rhonda Kallman (pictured) and is currently located in Boston's southernmost waterfront town of Dorchester, where Rhonda transformed what was a neglected mill building into the proud home and headquarters of her distillery. Boston Harbor is one of Loews Boston's Flavor partners, which means we offer monthly tastings from BHD and serve their handcrafted spirits at our bar. BHD also hosts guided "grain-to-glass" tours explaining the philosophy and processes used to create their unique spirits. Tours are offered Saturdays from 12–5PM on a first come, first served basis.

North End

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Upon entering this little gem of a neighborhood, you may instantly feel as if you've stepped into a movie set dating back to the early 1900s. The beautiful old architecture is my favorite feature of our city's "Little Italy." The North End will surely delight all the senses, but chief among them: taste. The restaurant options can seem endless, but it's hard to go wrong when almost all options offer delicious authentic Italian food. After dinner, deciding where to go is much easier: head to the famous Mike's Pastries and sample the best cannoli you've ever eaten.

So, on you next adventure to Boston, be sure to come hungry, thirsty, and ready for America's favorite sport!

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