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.
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.
Sometimes all of your other friends are busy. And sometimes, you just don’t feel like leaving your dog at home. Check out some of the best pet-friendly outings around Boston.
Old North Church is about to provide some relief to the scores of tourists looking for a bathroom in the North End.
Boston is a city steeped in rich history that has a reputation for freedom; and these wonderful tourist landmarks offer a thrilling window into our proud nation’s past for everyone to enjoy.
It’s Globetrotter week in Boston, and to tip off the week, world famous Harlem Globetrotter Slick Willie Shaw brought his skills along the Freedom Trail.
On Sunday afternoon one of Paul Revere’s bells was hoisted by a crane to the historic clock tower.
Here are a few walking tours where even you locals can learn a little more about what Boston has to offer.
In the midst of her “One Nation Tour” up the East Coast, former Alaska governor Sarah Palin made an unexpected stop in Boston on Thursday.