Our Top Ten!
- Freedom Trail www.thefreedomtrail.org
- Duck Tours www.bostonducktours.com
- Boston Trolley www.cityviewtrolleys.com
- Walking Tours www.bostonbyfoot.org
- Fenway Park www.boston.redsox.mlb.com
- Boston Aquarium www.neaq.org
- Museum of Science of Boston www.mos.org
- Museum of Fine Arts www.mfa.org
- Boston Children’s Museum www.bostonchildrensmuseum.org
- Prudential Center’s Skywalk Observatory www.prudentialcenter.com
Rent a kayak or canoe per hour or for the day at Charles River Canoe and Kayak, 1071 Soldiers Field Road. Canoe rentals start from $16/hr and Kayak rentals from $15/hr.
Explore the Boston Harbor Islands by taking a ferry from the Long Wharf North at Charles Columbus Park. Ferries leave every hour beginning at 9am-5pm, M-TH and 9am-6pm, Fri-Sun. Roundtrip: $14/adult, $8/child.
Hike the Blue Hills at the Blue Hills Reservation in Quincy. Over 7,000 acres of outdoor fun!
Visit the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University in Forest Hills. It’s the oldest public arboretum in North America and one of the world’s leading centers for the study of plants.
Go to a Red Sox game in Fenway Park!
Skywalk Observatory is Boston’s only sky-high vantage point for sweeping 360 degree views of Greater Boston and beyond.
Museum of Science where more than 700 permanent, hands-on exhibits are enhanced by live stage presentations and science interpreters offering one-on-one challenges.
Visit the Old Ironside “USS Constitution” and Boston Naval Shipyard in Charlestown near MBTA’s North Station.
Eat at the Barking Crab—a genuine crab shack along the canal on Fort Point Landing. Close to MBTA South Station (88 Sleeper St, Boston).
Discover the North End—Boston’s Little Italy and eat a delicious cannoli from Mike’s Pastry, 300 Hanover St., Boston.
Walk the Freedom Trail in downtown Boston and visit many historic sites. The trail begins by the Park Street MBTA line stop. Either walk with a tour or follow the map and discover the sites for free on your own.