Top Boston Tourist Attractions

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You know it’s springtime in New England when it’s barely 40 degrees Fahrenheit outside and yet everyone is happily dancing about in shorts and flip flops. We endure long winters here, and we waste no time with this in-between weather—Bostonians are an all or nothing type of people. Just as Boston’s people can be seen out and about celebrating the end of winter, outdoor Boston attractions also start to open up this time of year. You’ll frequently spot Boston Duck Tours full of camera-happy tourists and Red Sox fans making their way to Fenway Park. If you’re traveling to Boston, now is the time to do it! You’ll want to be here when spring breathes life back into the city after a long (but quaint) winter slumber. Wondering what Boston attractions are “must-sees” this time of year? Well, that depends on your interests. Luckily, a Boston attractions pass features free … [Read more...]

Boston Attractions List

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In a dynamic city like Boston, there are so many landmarks and attractions that it’s almost hard to keep track of them all. Of course, we’re not complaining—that just means more history to explore, sporting events to watch, technology to discover, art to survey, and entertainment to see. You can tour all of Boston’s unique neighborhoods, from the North End to Southie, with a  Go Boston Card attractions pass and discover new wonders wherever you turn. Looking for Fenway Park tour discount tickets? This is for you! New England Aquarium Discount Tickets? Your pass gets you those, too. When you use a Go Boston Card, the city is yours to discover via 51 attractions and tours.       Boston Attractions Boston Trolley Tour New England Aquarium Museum of Science Fenway Park Tour Old State House USS Constitution Cruise Museum of Fine … [Read more...]

Boston Tourism Discounts

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Boston, Massachusetts is a lot of things to a lot of people. To sports fans, Boston is the city from which the Red Sox, the Celtics, and the Bruins hail. To history buffs, Boston is the birthplace of the Revolution, where the Freedom Trail and the Paul Revere House reside. Academics revel in Boston’s scientific, technological, and cultural achievements, from MIT to “Hahvahd Yahd”—and yes, both are technically in Cambridge. Students from all over the world flock to “the Bean” to embark on degrees ranging from engineering to poetry. While world-class comedians reel in guests at the Wilbur Theater, up-and-coming improv artists elicit big laughs from smaller stages. Italian-Americans still reign in the North End, where famous Italian pastry shops and gourmet dining establishments flood the neighborhood. Meanwhile, at the annual St. Patrick’s Day parade in “Southie” … [Read more...]

Boston in Three Days

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You could probably spend three weeks in Boston and still not get to everything that the Hub has to offer, but odds are you don’t have the time to do that. In order to help deal with that little slice of reality, the folks at Smart Destinations have created a schedule (and a card) to help you cram an extremely solid Beantown visit into just three days. The 3-Day Go Boston Card is simple, convenient (as you’ll see below) and also affordable! That said, there’s also this Experience Boston in 3 Days itinerary that gives you myriad options for what you have to choose from in three days - everything from transportation and lodging to what attractions to see and where to eat. The recommendations in the Experience Boston in 3 Days itinerary might be good to keep in your mind, but the 3-Day Boston Go Card is probably what you want to have in your hand. On Day 1 of your three-day … [Read more...]

Top Bars for Tourists in Boston

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Traveling to Boston? Get your hands on a Boston Attractions Pass and see as many of the sites in the Hub as your heart desires. And when you want to take a break, relax with a cold pint in one of Boston’s top watering holes. Boston has many places to enjoy a refreshing drink so get ready! If you work up a thirst on a Fenway Park Tour, cool off with a refreshing drink at one of the many fine establishments within walking distance of the iconic ballpark. Although it might be tough to get a seat when the Sox are in town, the bar at Game On! on Landsdowne Street is a great place to grab a drink and recharge your batteries with some tasty pub food. Opened in 2005, this spot is a staple of the Boston sports scene and a great place for out-of-towners to get a true taste of Boston hospitality. Some other good places to visit in the area are the Cask ‘n Flagon, Jillians and Tequila Rain. … [Read more...]

Boston Tour Deals

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Take advantage of one of many Boston Tour Packages and see some of the sites in one of the country’s most historic cities. There are some wicked good Boston Attraction Packages available so you’re sure to find one that works for you and whoever you are traveling with. No trip to Beantown would be complete without a visit to one of the oldest ballparks in the USA. A Fenway Park Tour is obviously a hit for baseball fans, but stepping inside the family-friendly home of the Red Sox will bring a smile to the face of history buffs and children as well. Also you don't have to worry about the Curse of the Bambino - it got broken in 2004.  Boston’s Museum of Science is also a well-known and highly-regarded stop for anyone visiting the city. The planetarium gives astral observers a chance to get lost in the stars and the ultra-immersive Omni Theater gives viewers of its specially shot … [Read more...]

Top Boston Attractions for Day Trips

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Making a day trip to Boston? Whether you’re more in the mood to mix and match, or you’re the ambitious traveler who wants to see them all, here are the top attractions in Boston: Museum of Fine Arts & Fenway Park Start your day off with two of the premier Boston attractions: The Museum of Fine Arts and Fenway Park. They’re only separated by a 15 minute walk, so it’s easy to visit both in the morning before continuing on with your sightseeing in the city. The Museum of Fine Arts almost needs no introduction. Over one million visitors come into the museum each year; they see over 450,000 works of art, and are able to take advantage of special exhibits, films, and over 4 different dining experiences, just to name a few. When you visit, make sure to walk around the newly renovated Art of the Americas Wing and the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art. Once you make your … [Read more...]