Boston

Best Places To Visit In Boston



Recognized as the capital city and one of the oldest cities in the United States,Boston covers 48 square miles or 124 km2. It is also known for being one of the highest costs of living in the United States. Boston comprises of humid continental climate, where summers are quite hot, humid, rainy and warm and winters are with cold temperatures, snow and cold rain. January is the coldest month and July is the hottest month in Boston. There has been a huge reduction in violent crime in the past decades, so tourists consider the city to be safest place for travelling. Boston serves airport, cruise ship terminal, red line train, hubway bikes and others.

Boston Public Garden

Boston Public Garden

Boston Public Garden was the first public botanical garden located in the heart of Boston. It is primarily an open space containing a pond and a series of formal plantings. The garden is designed in the flowering and decorating way from entry area to the pathways. It attracts many weddings and reception due to wide variety of plants and romantic setting. Unusual plants, beautiful sculptures and monuments, magnificent fountains and the Swan boats add a glory to the place. Visit the garden to judge its beauty yourself.



Samuel Adams Brewery

Samuel Adams Brewery

The visit to Boston is incomplete without a tour to Samuel Adams Brewery. The place is actually famous for major beer production. Samuel Adams Brewery wraps the complete history of the entire craft brewing process. The Brewery tour is free and the tours depart approximately every 40 minutes and last about one hour. Tickets are handed out on a first come, first serve basis. Visitors who are not from the United States or Canada must have a passport or copy of the passport ID.



Fenway Park

Fenway Park

Fenway Park is the most beloved ballpark in the city of Boston. It is a place where baseball is played as a tradition. Besides baseball, park is the site for other sports and cultural events also. The place consists of experienced tour guides who assist the visitors for complete 1 hour. You need to buy the tickets from the park itself. The hours of operation for Fenway Park are 9 am to 5 pm and it will be a good decision to buy Fenway Park tickets prior 30 days of each date.







Boston Children’s Museum

Boston Children’s Museum

As the name implies, Boston Childrens Museum is the Childrens museum based in the city which is completely dedicated to educate the children. It is the second oldest children’s museum in the United States containing many activities for the education and amusement of children. The Art studio, exhibition area, musical chairs, performing arts like singing, dancing, music and comedy are few of the activities attracting not only children, but also youngsters. The visiting hours of the place are 10 am to 5 pm everyday and 10 am to 9 pm on Friday.



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Museum of Science

Museum of Science

The Museum of Science ideally promotes science, technology, engineering education awareness and mathematics alive through its scientific programs and exhibitions. Dealing with science and technology shapes and develops our planets future. In order to build the strength of our community, the place gives the additional services like planetarium, assistive learning system, sighted guided tours and medical and emergency assistance. Get Boston Museum of Science coupons at $25 (adult 12+), $21 (senior 60+), and $20 (child 3-11). The hours to visit exhibit hall are 9 am to 5 pm from Saturday to Thursday and 9 am to 9 pm on Friday.



Boston Symphony Orchestra

Boston Symphony Orchestra

The Boston Symphony Orchestra (BSO) is known as one of the five major American orchestras referred to as the Big Five. The place was founded in 1881 and provides access to Symphony Hall for everyone. You will get accessible seating services, Drinking Fountains/Beverage Services, Wheelchairs, Elevators, Restrooms, Parking and many more under one roof only. You can order Boston Symphony Orchestra tickets online at bso.org anytime or call at 617-266-1200 or 888-266-1200 from Mon-Fri at 10-5 PM and Sat at 12:30-4:30 PM. BSO evening performances begin at 8pm. Doors open 60 minutes prior to concert time.





Paul Revere House

Paul Revere House

The place is a National Historic Landmark which is now operated as non-profit museum. The Paul Reverse House is better known as an Education and Visitor Center. You can also enjoy other modern amenities like lectures and programs for adults, onsite field trips, tours for all kinds of groups, a museum shop with crafts, books and gift items etc. The visiting hours of museum are 9:30 am – 4:15 pm from November 1 – April 14 and 9:30 am – 5:15 pm from April 15 – October 31.



New England Holocaust Memorial

New England Holocaust Memorial

The New England Holocaust Memorial is dedicated to the Jewish people who were killed by Nazi Germany during the Holocaust. The memorial is designed around six luminous glass towers under which a visitor may walk. Underneath the towers, there is a dark floor with twinkling lights on it. The towers of New England Holocaust Memorial are known as the symbols of hope and aspiration. You can visit any day and at anytime as the place opens 24*7.



Old North Church

Old North Church

Old North Church is located in the North end of Boston. It is one of the most visited historical sites in Boston. The Church was founded in 1722, also considered as the oldest standing church building in the city. The site consists of five notable locations: Printing Office of Edes & Gill, Capatain Jacksons Historic Chocolate Shop, The Old North Church, the Gardens, and the Gift Shop. The Historic Site Hours are 10 am – 4 pm in January-February, 9 am – 5 pm from March-May, 9 am – 6 pm from June-October and 9 am – 5 pm in November-December.



Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill

Recognized as a historic neighborhood in Boston, Beacon Hill is a Brahmin neighborhood of elegant townhouses, Federal style row houses, red brick sidewalks, gas street lamps, and cobblestoned streets. The site is basically known for its brick sidewalks, narrow and gas lit streets. Nowadays, the place is known as one of the most expensive and demanding neighborhoods in Boston. It is predominantly residential with beautiful doors and decorative iron work. You will also find number of antique shops, hotels, boutiques, pubs, restaurants and malls around the area.



Harvard Square

Harvard Square

Founded in 1910 and known as a triangular plaza, Harvard Square is established with a purpose of promoting trade, advancing commercials, adjusting controversies and misunderstandings. The nearby area of Harvard Square comprises of baseball field, fine dining, a playground, bookstores, a number of monuments, coffee houses, and several blocks. Due to its popularity, millions of men, women and children visit Harvard Square every year. No doubt, this is a place of history, ideas and learning. Welcome to Harvard Square hotel or to a place of folk music, street-performers and public art and enjoy your stay.



Copley Square

Copley Square

Named for painter John Singleton Copley, the site is a public square in Boston's neighborhood. Copley Square is known for its upscale restaurants and stores. Located at the heart of the city, Copley Square is dedicated to an artist with public library system. Due to its arts, architecture, and maps; visitors can spend long hours several times at Copley Square. Once you visit the site, you will feel the finest views of the Italianate courtyard, naturally. Walk across the Copley Square hotel and celebrate the violet hour in style.



Boston Harbor

Boston Harbor

Popularly known as a natural and estuary of Massachusetts Bay, Boston Harbor is located adjacent to the city. Also, it is home to the Port of Boston. If you want to watch the marine life from close, Boston Harbor is a right place to start the adventures. Have a summer weekend escape in Boston Harbor hotel or mention natural beauty, the place is right here. Come and enjoy the beautiful sights, lighthouses and sightseeing cruise. Whether you are looking for a sunset excursion or a change, just visit Boston Harbor once.



Faneuil Hall

Faneuil Hall

Located in Boston, Faneuil Hall has served as a marketplace and meeting hall since 1743. The site is also known as "the Cradle of Liberty" and is situated as a complex of distinctive shops, performers, restaurants, novelty carts and food stands. Here, you will find shops and eating establishments on the ground floor, meeting room on the second floor, museum and armory of the Ancient and Honerable Artillery Company of Massachusetts on the fourth floor. Book one of the Hotels around Faneuil Hall and enjoy your vacations. The admission is free and Faneuil Hall remains open 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.



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