Area Attractions

Boston has a little something for everyone if you know where to look. Explore the historic streets, take in some modern art, or try a little fusion cuisine.


  • Fenway Park: Home of the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park is one of the oldest baseball parks in the country and a must-visit for sports fans. Find games and purchase tickets on the Red Sox official website
  • Faneuil Hall Marketplace: Explore the nation’s premiere urban marketplace in the heart of the nation’s most historic city.
  • Freedom Trail: A 2.5-mile-long trail that takes you through 16 historically significant sites in Boston, including the Massachusetts State House, Paul Revere House, and the Old North Church. Walk along the trail on your own or purchase a guided tour.
  • Area beaches: Revere Beach is the nation’s oldest public beach. Many beaches, including Revere, are accessible by public transportation. Check out this handy guide on how to take to the sea by the T.
  • Boston Public Library: The Boston Public Library is the third-largest public library in the country and a beautiful building to explore.
  • Museums and Historical Sites: Boston’s museums are among the finest in the country. Whether you’re looking for culture, art, history, science, or just plain fun, you’re sure to find something fascinating.
  • Performing Arts and Entertainment: Music, theatre, or dance, we’ve got it all. MeetBoston offers a calendar for upcoming shows and ticketing information.
  • Shopping and Dining: Treating yourself to something high end or are you hunting for the best deal? No worries, Boston’s got you covered. We’ve got great shopping and dining for every budget and taste.
  • America’s Walking City: simply set out downtown and experience the magic of Newbury Street, the Public Garden, and the Boston Common throughout the summer, stopping at any number of outdoor restaurants and cafes.