Highly recommend for anyone who wants a different perspective of Boston sightseeing. Boston is awesome on the bottom but its way better on the air.
The views are spectacular and well worth a trip! Please bring water-shoes, if you plant to swim. The beach is very rocky. It has outdoor changing cabanas and nice indoor bathrooms.
This little park is beautiful and charming with cute little squirrels that come up to greet you. There are a few monuments and a cool bridge that goes over the lake.
When this place says it’s five stars, it’s being modest. Not only is it a prime location, brilliantly staffed and have tastefully decorated rooms with great views but the five star treatment doesn’t end when you leave the place.
A big and beautiful park that is the oldest one created in the US. Beautifully decorated for the holidays, the Commons is a fabulous place to see at night.
If you come to Boston you should do the freedom trail to see all the history. From Paul Revere to all the churches, and much more.
The zoo is clean, safe, with plenty of parking. The many animals and displays are fascinating, the staff is wonderful. There is plenty to see / do indoors, no need to wait for a nice weather day.
This is an awesome venue with great seating, excellent views of the ice/court from all seats. The place is clean, service is friendly and fast.
Lots of stores and restaurants to enjoy. Just a fun and relaxing time. If you are looking for Boston souvenirs, this is the place. Pricing and crowds are exactly what you would expect for a tourist area.
This is a nice museum, manageable in a few hours. This is a great museum for families- lots of interactive things for kids to do. And also buttons for them to push in order to hear the audio of the information that is written.
Nice Aquarium located on the waterfront. The amount of available sea life is impressive, and there’s even a shark and ray touch tank.
Great, huge and fantastic collection of art spanning ancient Egypt, India, China, Japan, medieval art, renaissance, Dutch masters, impressionism to modern art.
Fenway park is the epitome of what is great about baseball. It has an intimate feel to it and you can almost feel the presence of the Baseball greats.
The museum is huge, and located by the water. You start by watching a film of JFK in an auditorium. A well constructed museum with a good selection of items for the era that JFK was president.