The iconic Freedom Trail is getting some much needed upgrades in the coming years.
Nothing says summer in New England like a lobster roll.
A guide to the best dining, lodging and attractions in Boston
Listen my friends and you shall hear, of the midnight ride of Paul Revere. Just kidding, we’re not actually going to bore you with all the details of Paul Revere’s ride, we just want to tell you about a new colonial inspired Fanieul Hall bar that’s guaranteed to transport you back to the time of the Boston Tea Party and the Battle at Bunker Hill.
Maybe we could have spent $11,298,000 on the governor’s office instead, and thrown a couple grand at the signage problem.
The red painted section of the trail that leads to historic sites around Boston has been replaced with multi-colored strips.
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Not only is Boston one of the most culturally rich and historically significant cities in the country, but its deep-rooted traditions are balanced nicely with an ever-changing modernism; a fantastic melding of the old and new which makes Boston one of the best tourist spots for those seeking both hype and history.
One day away from everyday life can be just the break you need. Escape with a walk through a park, dinner at an authentic restaurant or a detailed brewery tour. If you find yourself with a free day, be sure to venture to these spots in Boston.
Tens of thousands of people will be pouring into Boston for marathon weekend. If you’re one of them, and you want to experience a bit of Boston while you’re in town, here are some of our favorite Boston-centric ideas.