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From world-class dining and shopping options to concert venues, sightseeing tours, and breweries, there is so much to explore when visiting this historic city.

Art & Culture

Museum of Fine Arts

Explore one of the most comprehensive art collections in the United States containing over 450,000 works of art.

John F. Kennedy Presidential Library Museum

Browse the John Fitzgerald Kennedy Presidential library and museum.

The Freedom Trail

Discover 16 historically significant sites along a 2.5 mile, red-lined trail winding through the city of Boston.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

An important art collection featuring over 2,500 paintings, sculptures, textiles, and more.


Harpoon Brewery

Visit the Harpoon Brewery beer hall to sample a pint or flight of New England’s Original IPA, Harpoon Craft Cider, or Arctic Chill Hard Seltzer!

Legal Seafoods

Legal Sea Food’s 20,000 square foot flagship property on the Boston Waterfront, comprising of three floors under one (retractable) roof. From a family fish market in Inman Square to a famous seafood destination with 23 locations along the Eastern Seaboard.

Mike’s Pastry

Renowned Italian bake shop providing cannoli in multiple flavors, gelati & biscotti since 1946.


Visit this classic TV bar with its iconic facade to experience their pub grub, pints & nostalgia.


New England Aquarium

Check out the New England Aquarium's fascinating and hands-on exhibits.

Boston Children’s Museum

Fun, hands-on educational exhibits aimed at kids 11 & under, plus a play space for toddlers.

Franklin Park Zoo

Explore 72 acres filled with hundreds of exotic animals; meet zebras, giraffes, tigers, lions and more.

Swan Boats

From April through September, Boston's swan boats glide across the Lagoon in the Public Garden, just as they have every year since 1877.


Shops at Prudential Center

Browse these boutique shops at the center of Boston.

Newbury Street Shops

Eight blocks filled with salons, boutiques, and fabulous dining for everyone.

Assembly Row

The Outlets at Assembly Row is a lively and eclectic neighborhood where Boston shops, eats and plays.

The Suprette

Discover Boston Seaport's newest shopping experience advertised as "a destination for the seriously delightful."

Sports Fan

Banners Kitchen & Tap

Built on the former site of Boston Gardens, Banners Kitchen & Tap is named for the championship banners raised to the rafters throughout Boston’s sports history. Whether you’re looking to watch the big hockey, basketball, football, baseball, or soccer game, Banners is the premier sports and event viewing destination in all of Boston.

Fenway Park

America’s Most Beloved Ballpark featuring The Green Monster and the Boston Red Sox.

SPIN Boston

SPIN Boston’s dynamic venue features 14 Olympic-caliber professional ping pong tables, 2 private lounges, and a full-service restaurant and bar offering eclectic comfort cuisine and handcrafted cocktails.

Charles River Canoe & Kayak

Enjoy a peaceful outing on a scenic section of urban river.

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Boston Resources

Greater Boston Convention & Visitor’s Bureau

Discover everything Boston has to offer, from restaurants to attractions, and get the most from your trip!

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A Guide to Boston's Seaport District

A resource for all things in the Seaport neighborhood whether it be shopping, a calendar of events, details on art installations, pop ups, and more.

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City of Boston

With rich history, diverse neighborhoods, and legacy of arts, culture, and education, Boston has something for everyone.

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Green Guide to Boston

Traveling sustainably can be a challenge. Explore this flipbook for curated travel, hotel, restaurant, and shopping recommendations around Boston.

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