What to See and Do in Boston

Boston is filled with rich history, diverse neighborhoods, and legacy of arts, culture, and education.  There is always something to see or experience walking the streets of Boston.

  • Fenway Park
  • Freedom Trail Walking Tour - $12 adult $6.50 child online discounted rate
  • Freedom Tail
  • Boston Public Green
  • North End
  • Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum  ADULT $28.00  SENIOR  $25.00  CHILD (Ages 5-12) $18.00 (Online discount tickets available)
  • Boston Common
  • Beacon Hill
  • USS Constitution Museum (FREE admission- donations appreciated)
  • Fanueuil Hall
  • Granary Burying Ground
  • Quincy Market
  • Bunker Hill Monument
  • Trinity Church
  • The Paul Revere House
  • Sight of the Boston Massacre
  • Samuel Adams Brewery

What the Kids Will Love in Boston

All of the above and:

  • Cheering on the Red Sox at Fenway Park
  • Walking the Freedom Trail with your guide from the 1700s.
  • Looking at the tombstones of Paul Revere, Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin's Family, John Hancock, and so many more historical figures.
  • At the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum  be a part of the famous event that forever changed the course of American history!
  • Pretending you live on the USS Constitution
  • Having a picnic and running around Boston Common
  • Walking around the cobblestone streets of Beacon Hill

Where to Eat in Boston


BREWER'S FORK  Delicious restaurant.  Artisan Pizzas, small plates, Salads, and craft beers.

Union Oyster House -  We didn't eat here but thought it would have been cool to go to America's oldest restaurant, serving food since 1826. Next time we will have to go.