Top Attractions to See in Boston

Are you visiting Boston? Whether you’re a native or a tourist, here are some sites you need to see! Experience Boston’s unique History and see what makes Boston so special.


Top Attractions to See in Boston


Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is Boston’s most historic neighborhood, home to the Freedom Trail and Black Heritage Trail sites and plenty of other places to explore, such as top boutiques and restaurants. 


Fenway Park

Fenway Park, home to the Boston Red Sox, is America’s smallest and oldest ballpark. You must attend a Red Sox game for a first-hand experience of Boston’s passion for sports.  

Or take in one of the summer concerts or winter events.  


Boston’s Top Waterfront Attractions

Boston offers a wide variety of parks, river and harbor cruises, hotels, and restaurants. Check out the Charles River and the Esplanade, downtown waterfront and harbor cruises, South Boston Waterfront, Boston Harbor Islands, and Castle Island. 


Museum of Fine Arts

Visiting Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts can keep you busy all day. Containing hundreds of galleries filled with treasures dating from the ancient world to contemporary art.


Tea Party Ships & Museum

The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, with costumed actors, and interactive displays, give visitors an immersive experience surrounding the events leading up to the American Revolution.  


Freedom Trail

Walk through History on the Freedom Trail! View 16 sites on a 2 1/2 mile trail instrumental to American History, our freedom, and liberty. From the trail, see the USS Constitution and the historic Boston neighborhoods of Charlestown, North End, and Beacon Hill.   

Public Garden 

Are you enthralled with the children’s classic, Make Way for Ducklings? Then, come visit the Public Garden, one of the most beautiful all-season spots in Boston. Here you’ll find the Ducklings statues in Robert McCloskey’s children’s book. Additionally, enjoy a picnic lunch; bring a frisbee or just a book. Whatever you choose, you’ll enjoy this perfect city oasis. 


Boston’s Theater District

Boston’s Theater District is filled with restored historic theaters where you can choose from various shows. Broadway, Boston Ballet performances, comedy, and kids’ shows are just a few.


Newbury Street Shopping, Dining, & Architecture

Check out the eight blocks of Newbury Street for the best shopping and dining. You’ll also enjoy the amazing architecture in this exclusive neighborhood.   


New England Aquarium

Located on Boston’s downtown waterfront, the New England Aquarium immerses you in an underwater world where you can experience sea life. 


Spend a day or more exploring the exciting Boston attractions and see why this is a one-of-a-kind, historical, and modern city with so much to do!