Boston is a charming mix of the old and the new. It’s rich with American history. Many of the sites surrounding the Revolution are connected by a red brick path known as the Freedom Trail. But it’s also fully modern with the popular Prudential Center and the skyline towering above Boston’s famous Back Bay. Here’s a sample itinerary, including Old World attractions, cultural centers, and more.
Ocean life is the most mysterious on our planet. We want to understand it like we hope to discover the wonders of the universe. That’s the thrill behind the New England Aquarium.
Boston Harbor Cruise
This is the most refreshing way to discover Boston. Hop aboard the Codzilla, or perhaps a less-menacing vessel than this famous Boston Harbor speedboat, and enjoy the entertaining commentary, breathtaking view, and incomparable atmosphere of a Boston Harbor cruise.
Visit the oldest, still-commissioned US warship still afloat today.
Salem Witch Museum
This fascinating museum describes some unique events in American history known as the Salem witch trials. It’s a fun addition to any Boston area tour.
Visit the site of the Boston Massacre, the Old South Meetinghouse, Old North Church, and many other buildings representative of the American Revolution, its legendary people and events.
Faneuil Hall and Marketplace
The Marketplace has existed for centuries and now includes as much modern charm as historical treasure. You’ll love the sights, the shopping, and the dining in this perfect glimpse of Boston culture.
Franklin Park Zoo
The main exhibit at this museum is a three-story globe made of glass. Visitors walk inside it and see how ideas have changed the world.
Boston Museum of Science
A world-class IMAX – one of the largest in existence – is just one exciting draw to the amazing Museum of Science. Interactive exhibits, live presentations, and a planetarium are part of the experience as well.
Boston DUCK Tour
You’ll love touring Boston in this famous amphibious vehicle that takes tourists to various Boston attractions on land and in the water.
JFK Library and Museum
This beautiful, 9-acre park is decorated in the Cape Cod style with pine trees, shrubs, and wild roses. The library and museum are an extensive tribute to a beloved president.
Science and innovation work together in the MIT Museum to create some of the most exciting, most delightful exhibits anywhere.
Celebrate one of the oldest traditions in baseball history, from Babe Ruth to to the 2004 World Series win and beyond. These are some of baseball’s most loyal fans and one of its most historic parks.