All information provided by the City of Boston website www.cityofboston.gov.
Take a tour around the streets and waters of Boston on one of the famous amphibious Ducks! www.bostonducktours.com
A 2.5 mile brick path brings visitors to some of the most historic and significant places in the city and country's history. www.thefreedomtrail.org
Boston hop-on hop-off trolley tours
Turn back the pages of history on this fully narrated 1 hour & 50-minute tour of Boston. Hop off at one of 18 stops and tour Boston at your own pace! With this tour, receive complimentary admission to the Old State House Museum, Boston's preeminent historical museum. www.allbostontours.com
The 2.5 mile brick path brings visitors to some of the most historic and significant places in the city and country's history.
The oldest Major League baseball park in the United States. Its small, intimate atmosphere really allows you to feel like you are "in the game." On a warm summer night there is nothing better than going to the park, sipping a beer and watching the game.
Samuel Adams Brewery
Tours are available
Boston Public Gardens
Famous for its Swan Boats, the park has over 600 varieties of trees and an ever-changing array of flowers. It is America's first public garden
The famous Boston Brahmin neighborhood of red brick sidewalks, cobblestoned streets, elegant townhouses and gas street lamps.
The site of a fort erected in 1634, Castle Island is a great place to walk, jog or just unwind and enjoy the view.
If you've enjoyed the Harpoon Ale products you will want to tour the brewery or join the fun at one of Harpoon's annual beer festivals.
Bunker Hill Monument
This 220-foot granite tower commemorates the Patriots' undaunted bravery in defeat at the 1775 Battle of Bunker Hill.
Blue Hills Reservation
For a nearby escape from the city, check out Blue Hills in the warm months for hiking and in the winter for skiing/snowboarding. www.mass.gov
An open-air fruit and vegetable market open during the daytime on Fridays and Saturdays.