Need a place to unwind and get a breath of fresh air? Try the Boston Common! It was founded in 1634, making it the oldest city park in the U.S.
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museums
What better way to learn about American history than reenacting it. This museum provides a guided, one-hour tour that will make you feel like you’re in the year 1773. The museum features Abigail’s Tea Room, where you can sample a few of the teas that were thrown into the harbor during the Boston Tea Party.
The Boston University Bridge
According to Bostonians, there’s something special about this bridge. Get this- it’s the only bridge where a boat can sail under a train going under a vehicle driving under an airplane.
Sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name, and they’re always glad you came. That place is Cheers! The restaurant, originally named Bull & Finch Pub, that inspired the hit TV show Cheers is just a mile from the hotel. Keep in mind there are two locations- Beacon Hill and Faneuil Hall. The Beacon Hill location is the original set.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Enjoy food, shopping, and history all in one area. Along with great places to eat and having stores with the latest in fashion, this marketplace is known for street performances. Catch all sorts of amazement such as juggling, acrobatics and more.
Unfortunately, there aren’t any home games during your stay in Boston, but there’s plenty more to do at “America’s most beloved ballpark.” Take a guided, one-hour tour of Fenway Park. During the tour you’ll get a chance to sit atop the Green Monster! Click the link above for ticket information.