The Freedom trail is a 2.5 mile long red brick path that leads to 16 significant historic sites throughout downtown Boston. Stops include museums, churches, a book store and more. The Freedom Trail is like a built-in map to ensure that you see the most important historical landmarks this city has to offer.
Smack in the middle of the city sits Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox and one of the most beloved baseball stadiums in America. Catch a game from April to September and experience some of the most intense fans to exist in major league sports. If you can’t get tickets to a game, you can still visit on a tour of the stadium (offered daily).
Newbury Street has everything from funky and vintage finds, to Urban Outfitters to Chanel. Spanning a mere eight blocks, this stretch of shopping has become world famous and it is a must see when visiting Boston. Even if you don’t feel like buying anything, window shopping along the 19th-century brownstones is sure to keep you happy.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Faneuil Hall is an iconic, historic marketplace and meeting spot located near the waterfront. Built in 1742, the building now houses over 70 retailers and 160,000 square feet of iconic mixed use festival space. Offering food stalls, fast food and restaurants, there is something for every type of foodie here.
Yankee Lobster Fish Market
For affordable, fresh and delicious lobster look no further than the Yankee Lobster Fish Market. Head down to the wharf for a fresh lobster roll, thick seafood chowder, fried scallops and more. We can guarantee you won’t leave hungry…
House of Blues
The original House of Blues venue, opened in 1992, was located in Cambridge’s Harvard Square. This located has since closed but another location was opened in 2009 next to Fenway Park. This 3-story music hall has hosted the likes of The Avvett Brothers, Deadmau5, Passion Pit and many, many more.
The Paradise Rock Club
The Paradise Rock Club has been called the best live music venue in Boston. The club is relatively small (933 capacity) and is a rectangular shape with a wide stage running along one side which allows all concertgoers to get close to the action. The Club attracts top local acts and noteworthy alternative performers visiting the city for the first time.