Planning to head to the Northeastern Port City of Boston? Then you've come to the right place. Below, we've compiled a guide to help you plan your Boston trip. From exploring historical landmarks to indulging in delicious lobster rolls and a hot cup of New England chowdah' Boston offers fun experiences for everyone. We've also found the best deals on flights to get you there and the best hotel deals in the city.
Here are some top recommendations on things to do when visiting Boston.
The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile route journey that takes you by historically significant sites. It's also the same route that the famous Paul Revere rode through yelling "The British are coming, the British are coming!". On this route, you'll be taken back in time to the American Revolutionary period.
Grab a bite to eat or a souvenir at Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall. These bustling marketplaces offer items from local vendors and plenty of food options. We highly recommend trying the classic New England clam chowder or chowdah' and pairing it with a lobster roll.
Be immersed in the underwater world at the New England Aquarium. Here you'll find penguins, sea turtles, sharks, jellyfish, and interactive exhibits. The aquarium pays a major focus on marine conservation. You can find tickets to visit the aquarium here.
Beacon Hill is a picturesque neighborhood in Boston that has gas-lit lamps and colonial architecture that will make you feel like you've walked back in time to America's earliest period.
Newbury street is the high-end shopping district of Boston. You'll find tons of shops and restaurants to fill up your bags with clothes and souvenirs.
Are you a fan of America's favorite pastime? Baseball fans should not miss a visit to Fenway Park, home to the iconic Boston Red Sox. Watching a baseball game in this historical stadium is truly unforgettable.
Below, you can sort through the list of affordable and luxe hotels we've found for your next trip to Boston. Please note that some deals may be expired but still serve as a great inspiration for your next trip.
Boston is a harbor city and the perfect place to visit in the summertime. Here is a list of things you should consider when visiting Boston during the summer months.
Take a Harbor Cruise: Try out a sunset yacht cruise, hop in a sailing boat around the harbor, or go whale watching.
Stroll through the Rose Kennedy Greenway: A modern park with food trucks, beer gardens, beautiful plants, fountains, and even a carousel. The perfect place to hang out during the summer months.
Visit Boylston's Open Market: A farmer-styled market on Boylston Street that hosts local vendors.
Eat a Lobster Roll: You have to try a famous Boston lobster roll.
Boston is not only great in the summertime! Though this Northeast city experiences lots of snowfall in the winter months. Bostonians make the best out of this time of year and there is still magic in visiting during the winter time.
Go Ice Skating on the Boston Common Frog Pond
Go Sledding on Flagstaff Hill
Admire the Lights and Holiday Decor on the Freedom Trail
Explore Inside the Many Museums
Watch a Performance at the Boston Opera House
Visit the Holiday Markets at Quincy Market
Wahlburgers: Owned and operated by Mark Whalburg's family—Wahlburger is now a chain with several restaurants operating in and around Boston
Lookout Rooftop & Bar: This rooftop bar offers phenomenal views of the city.
Ice Cream at FoMu: This ice cream shop specializes in allergy-free options and offers plant-based sweets.