10 Amazing Things To Do In Boston, MA 🇺🇸
The Isabela Gardner Museum is one of the most unique art museums in the world, sharing the private collection of the late heiress.
Boston is a sports city! Fenway Park is the oldest Major League Baseball stadium in the USA. Get a drink at Bleacher Bar and watch a game for free!
Kayak on the Charles River to get stunning views of the city skyline. You can zigzag through collegiate sailors from MIT and Harvard.
Pay your respect at the New England Holocaust Memorial. All the prison numbers of the stolen lives are etched on the glass columns.
Want a free walking tour? Follow the Freedom Trail, a 2.5 mile long path through Boston’s historic sites like the Paul Revere Old North Church.
During the summer, Lawn on D attracts sun-hungry Bostonians to swing on their LED-lit ring swings. Get there early!
The line at Mike’s Pastry in the North End is well-worth the wait for a taste of chocolate-studded Sicilian cannoli pastries. They only take cash.
Go on a photography walk of the famous brownstone buildings all around the Beacon Hill area. Acorn Street is Boston’s most photographed street!
Gourmet Dumpling House in Chinatown has the best soup dumplings in the city and a wall of celebrity photos endorsing this claim!
Faneuil Hall, a shopping and restaurant marketplace was listed as the world’s 8th most-visited attraction. This is also a great nightlife spot.
You cannot leave Boston without trying an authentic lobster roll at James Hook and Co., the Barking Crab, or Union Oyster House.
Calling all art fans! The Museum of Fine Arts is the world’s 14th largest museum and hosts fantastic art exhibits like the Takashi Murakami show.
Boston Commons is America’s oldest park. The Boston public gardens are across the street featuring swan boats and the “Make Way for Ducklings” statue.
Leaf peeping is a fall sport. Fall foliage in the city is spectacular but if you want to see it, you need to check the fall foliage forecast. 🍁
Boston Public Market is a food hall located at the Haymarket subway stop featuring local food makers. Order Red Apple Farm’s cider donuts.
If you ever had a dream, head over to Yume Wo Katare, a ramen shop where you tell all the diners your dream when you finish your bowl!
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