With it’s rich history, diverse neighborhoods, and legacy of arts, culture, and education, Boston, Massachusetts has something for everyone. Take a walk along the Freedom Trail, visit one of Boston’s many fine museums and restaurants, or be the ultimate tourist and have a beer at the iconic Cheers.
Boston offers world-class dining and shopping options as well as spread of local, artisan, and ethnic restaurant favorites. There’s a handful of popular theaters and music festivals to view plays, films and concerts. You really can’t claim to have experienced Boston’s real culture until you’ve been to a Red Sox game at Fenway Park or what locals call “the Green Monster”.
To see a whole lot of waterfront — and waterfront attractions — meander along Boston’s Waterfront. Today’s waterfront includes a vibrant mix of hotels, restaurants, residences, and recreational spaces, from Atlantic Wharf on the Fort Point Channel to Battery Wharf in the North End.