Boston and the New England Area

Boston is home to a plethora of museums, restaurants, shows, and attractions. Head to Fenway Park to catch a Red Sox game, visit the world-famous Harvard University, catch a concert by the Boston Symphony Orchestra, or walk the Freedom Trail to experience the city's rich history there is never a dull moment in Beantown!

Arts and Entertainment

Black Heritage Trail The Black Heritage Trail features various homes, memorials, and sites that are significant in the history of Boston's 19th century African American community.
Boda Borg Boston An awesome "escape-the-room" experience. "Guests are transported into a real-world gaming environment; an experience we call Questing. Teams of 3-5 guests literally move through our Quests tackling a variety of mental and physical challenges."
Boston Duck Tours You've never toured Boston in anything that comes close to Boston Duck Tours. The fun begins as soon as you board your DUCK a W.W.II style amphibious landing vehicle.
CodZilla Sit back and relax? Not on this cruise, which is no ordinary boat ride. True to its name, Codzilla is monstrously fun-a thrill a minute as you scream across the water at up to 40 MPH, with a few hairpin turns and 360-degree spins thrown in for evil measure.
Franklin Park Zoo Big cats, gorillas, alligators, birds and more! Franklin Park Zoo is a 72-acre site nestled in Boston's historic Franklin Park, long considered the "crown jewel" of Frederick Law Olmsted's Emerald Necklace Park System.
Freedom Trail The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile, red-lined route that leads you to 16 historically significant sites - each one an authentic treasure. Explore museums and meetinghouses, churches, and burying grounds. Learn about the brave people who shaped our nation. Discover the rich history of the American Revolution, as it began in Boston, where every step tells a story. The Freedom Trail Foundation offers a daily schedule of public walking tours featuring several sites along the Freedom Trail.
House of Blues The House of Blues, Boston. Nothing more really needs to be said. What could be better than one of the best venues for musical entertainment in one of the most entertaining cities in the nation?
Museum of Fine Arts The Museum of Fine Arts (or MFA) in Boston, Massachusetts, is the fourth largest museum in the United States. It contains more than 450,000 works of art, making it one of the most comprehensive collections in the Americas. With more than one million visitors a year.
Museum of Science One of the world's largest science centers, and New England's most highly attended cultural institution, the Museum of Science strives to equip and inspire a lifelong love of science in everyone.
New England Aquarium Located on the water in downtown Boston, the New England Aquarium is a global leader in ocean exploration and marine conservation. The Aquarium is one of the premier visitor attractions in Boston and public education resources for the region.


Boston Red Sox Head to Fenway Park to cheer on the Boston Red Sox and witness America's greatest pastime!
New England Patriots Go watch six time champion New England Patriots during training camp or at a pre-season game at Gillette Stadium (Foxboro, 30 minutes away)!
New England Revolution The New England Revolution is our local professional soccer club based at Gillette Stadium (Foxboro, 30 minutes away). It is one of the ten charter clubs of MLS, having competed in the league since its inaugural season.

Food and Shopping

Boston's Haymarket Haymarket vendors sell huge varieties of fruits and vegetables at rock-bottom prices from open wooden stands and pushcarts, usually covered with tents and awnings. Specialty grocers selling fish, eggs, sausages, Halal meats, live chickens, spices, and other goodies can be found in the shops along Blackstone Street. Join the crowds of eager buyers searching for the best food deals in Boston - and get set for fun and bargains! Open only on Fridays and Saturdays. Most of the small brick-and-mortar grocers located in the Blackstone building are also open on weekdays.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace Boston's iconic mixed-use festival marketplace with 200,000 square feet of retail and 160,000 square feet of space to explore! Take a walking tour, peruse the shops, check out the street performers, or grab a drink - there's something for everyone!
Restaurants This is just one guide to the many amazing restaurants in Boston.

Places to Explore

Boston Common A beautiful park in the heart of Boston. Be sure to catch a ride on the Swan Boats or stop by Frog Pond!
Harvard University and Cambridge The prestigious Harvard University can be found in Cambridge, MA, just on the other side of the Charles River from Boston. Tour the Harvard University campus and explore all that Cambridge has to offer.
Lawn on D When you're in the Seaport, make sure you check out Lawn on D. Grab food and drinks, listen to live music and play lawn games, or hang out on their iconic glowing swings. Lawn on D is always a great time!
North End Boston's Little Italy as it is sometimes called, the North End is known as a mecca for its many Italian restaurants and cafes. Old time shops are now complemented by hot, new boutiques and pubs.
Seaport Nestled between Boston's beautiful waterfront and the historic Fort Point district, lies a vibrant and bustling neighborhood with unique appeal. One of Boston's most up-and-coming neighborhoods, it has great bars, restaurants and fun outdoor spaces.

Outside of Boston

Activities and Entertainment

Canobie Lake Park About a 40 minute drive away, Canobie Lake Park has over 85 rides, games, LIVE entertainment, and attractions just for fun!
Dave and Buster's Eat, drink, play games and watch sports! Great for groups and conveniently located in the Natick Mall!
Natick Mall Full of shops and restaurants, the Natick Mall is only 15 minutes away and is a great place to go for dinner or whenever you catch the shopping bug.
Six Flags If you love amusement parks and want a fun weekend day trip, Six Flags is for you! Just 1.5 hours away, Six Flags is fun for everyone!
Water Country An awesome water park for all ages located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.

Weekend Trips

Cape Cod & the Islands With the New England's most beautiful beaches, this iconic area can fill your seafood cravings while offering hundreds of beaches for your summer fun!
New York City If you're looking for a fun weekend, the Big Apple is only a bus or train ride away! Take a bus or train from South Station and you will be in NYC in a few short hours!
White Mountains New England's notoriously rugged mountain range located is in New Hampshire, only 2 hours away, and is the home of the Presidential Mountain Range and Mount Washington. Hike, camp, and take in the splendor.