VISITING BOSTON

Boston is an amazing city known for its American history, educational institutions, sports, and cultural facilities. We love Boston and are excited to welcome you to our city!

Here are some of our favorite places to visit around Boston:

Freedom Trail

Take a trip into American history! The Freedom Trail is a 2.5 mile walk through Boston that highlights 16 historically significant sites. It is easy to do the entire trail or just specific sites.

Boston Common and Public Garden

Boston Common is America’s oldest public park. The Common and the Public Garden are separated by Charles Street and offer different types of parks, but both are beautiful and worth exploring.

Museums

Museum of Fine Arts
Museum of Science
New England Aquarium
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Institute of Contemporary Art
Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum
Harvard Museum of Natural History
Sports Museum

Omni Parker House

Try the original Boston Cream Pie! Protip: get one to go at the gift shop, entrance on School Street.

Boston Public Library

Take a tour of this grand and beautiful building in Copley Square.

Prudential Skywalk

A 360 degree tour on the top of Boston’s second tallest building.

Beacon Hill 

Follow the walking tour around this classic New England neighborhood. Enjoy the beautiful 19th century architecture, gas-lit street lamps and idyllic Louisburg Square.

North End

Boston’s Little Italy has great restaurants and gelato. Make sure to stop for a cannoli at Mike’s Pastry.

Newbury Street

Great shopping and restaurants.

Harvard Square

Located across the Charles River from Boston, Harvard Square is the historic center of Cambridge. You’ll find lots of great shops and restaurants here, as well as Harvard Yard. Just a few blocks down Brattle street is the Longfellow Park LDS chapel.