Every spring, residents and tourists mark the beginning of the season with the first sightings of the iconic Swan Boats in the Boston Public Garden. Their graceful charm is a symbol of this city, rich with American history and filled with modern treasure.
Boston is in many ways the seat of American history. Events surrounding the American Revolution are strung together by a red brick walkway, connecting the site of the Boston Massacre to Old North Church, the Old South Meetinghouse, and many more. It’s called the Freedom Trail, and it’s a favorite historical journey through the best of Boston.
Travel is about history and culture, though, and you’ll want to visit Boston’s beautiful Back Bay for this, Copley Square, for instance, and the Pru. This is the residential name for the Prudential Center above which you’ll find Prudential Tower, the only observation deck in Boston. Groups love to view new cities from a sky-high view. Or consider a water cruise on the thrilling Codzilla and take in the unforgettable Boston harbor. But there’s still so much more to discover.
Boston has amazing museums in art, science, and history. You can take in America’s national pastime at one of the oldest baseball fields in the nation, Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox; stroll on Boston Common, or take in the amazing Boston culture intrinsic to historic Faneuil Hall and Marketplace. Browse our site for more or contact us today!