Explore the historic area of North End—a port, shopping, and popular sights from Old North Church to Paul Revere House.
Dining, Historical Buildings and Churches
Downtown Boston’s oldest house offers a fascinating glimpse into colonial Boston and the life of one of America’s favorite patriots.
Adore Boston’s charming working harbor from the waterfront or head out by boat to get to know it more intimately.
Discover the beaches, galleries, public art displays and restaurants on this pleasant pathway that travels around the Boston Harbor waterfront.
Catch a game or take a tour at one of America’s most historic and beloved ballparks.
The oldest public park in the United States has been the stage for centuries of drama. These days it’s the perfect place to unwind.
With a visit to Faneuil Hall Marketplace, a popular shopping spot in Boston, you can search for that perfect souvenir. Amble around this vibrant area's college campus or experience its acclaimed art scene.
Explore Boston's finest sights on 2 wheels and enjoy the freedom to create your own itinerary. Bike to Cambridge, cycle along the banks of Charles River, or ride down one of the area's many scenic trails.
Stroll the quaint cobblestone streets in one of Boston's oldest neighborhoods for a taste of the city's Italian heritage. Pay a visit to iconic landmarks across the North End and delight in 3 slices from some of the city's oldest brick ovens as you hear and explore the history around you.
Choose a bike and a helmet and pedal to the most important landmarks of Boston with a professional guide who shares fascinating history and surprising anecdotes. This comprehensive tour allows you to get to know the city's attractions and satisfy your adventurous spirit.
The historic North End—Boston’s oldest neighborhood—is also home to the city’s Little Italy, making it the perfect place for a wine tour focused on Italian vintages and varietals. Sip and dine your way along the waterfront with a small group of like-minded oenophiles and a friendly expert as your guide.
You’ll find three tours in one app - The Freedom Trail, Harvard Yard & Harbor walk. This app offers a fully-guided experience - just like a local giving you a personalized, fully-guided tour After you book the tour, we will email you the APP and the TOUR PASSWORD.
You can find the Liberty Star by Central Wharf next to the New England Aquarium in Boston Harbor. Sailing times vary as we offer a wide variety of experiences so be sure to check the product list. Once all passengers are aboard, we'll point the ship into the wind.
Savoring America’s melting pot of cheap eats and unique treats
Celebrate America’s origins in some of the historic cities its names come from
Finding the best cheap eats in Boston
The heart of America’s revolutionary history lies in the center of this city. Uncover the story of the nation and enjoy excellent arts and dining venues.
Parisian boulevards and elegant brownstones conjure a truly romantic atmosphere, perfect for strolling and window shopping.
Join excited crowds enjoying harbor-side views, Revolutionary War-era landmarks, as well as superb restaurants and museums along this thriving waterfront.
Art galleries, museums, and historic sites highlight some notable features of Fenway–Kenmore. Make a stop by Fenway Park or Boston Museum of Fine Arts while you're visiting, and jump aboard the metro at Museum of Fine Arts Station or Fenway Station to get around town.
The popular aquarium and captivating waterfront views are just a few popular features of the neighborhood. Make a stop by New England Aquarium or Boston Harbor while you're visiting, and jump aboard the metro at Aquarium to get around town.
Spend some time visiting places like John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum while getting to know Dorchester, and be sure to check out the abundant dining options. You can hop aboard the metro at Fields Corner Station or Shawmut Station to see more of the area.