*Good through December 31, 2017 on hotel bookings of $300+
Boston is a history lesson of American freedom, a busy metropolis, and home to some of the most prestigious universities in America. Host of Cheers and famous for its clam chowder and lobster rolls, there is something for everyone here in the capital of the New England region.
The best part about visiting Boston is the ease in which you will be able to navigate the city and its outskirts with the public transportation system called the T. Boston is also very pedestrian friendly so you'll enjoy walking around this historic city. Follow the historic path of the Freedom Trail and learn about Boston’s different neighborhoods and landmarks.
Visit the Boston Command and Public Gardens to have a picnic or throw a football around. Fenway Park is the icon of Boston, so be sure to try and get tickets to a game.
Walk through the over 250 year old Faneuil Marketplace and taste the fresh catches of the day, as well as gourmet food from around the city.
Museums are varied and unique in this city. For starters, visit the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. Modeled after a 15th-century Venetian palazzo, it holds the most breathtaking art collections in the world such as Raphael, Botticelli, Rembrandt and even special contemporary works. The Paul Revere House is fun for adults and children alike, as it tells the story of Boston’s past. If you’re less of a history buff and more of a science and aquarium type person, explore the New England Aquarium which boasts a 500 pound green sea turtle and a giant 200,000 gallon ocean tank.
Boston’s 12 million annual visitors find the friendly people, children-friendly establishments, great food and sports as reasons enough to keep them coming back.