Boston Things to Do
Take a stroll down Acorn Street’s narrow lane paved with cobblestones – the most picturesque street in the United States.
Come and watch a Boston Celtics home game at the TD Garden. The team was founded in 1946 and holds 17 NBA Championships – the most for any NBA franchise.
Boston Colonial Theatre
Come and visit the oldest continually-operating theatre in Boston, Massachusetts. The theatre was established in 1900 and is located at 106 Boylston Street on Boston Common at the former site of the Boston Public Library.
Come and see the world’s oldest annual marathon. The Boston Marathon attracts 500,000 spectators each year, making it New England’s most widely viewed sporting event.
Boston Opera House
Visit the Boston Opera House, which is a performing arts venue located in the Boston theatre district. Originally opened in 1928 as a lavish movie palace, it was rededicated in 1980 as a home for the Opera Company of Boston. Completely restored in 2004, the theater currently serves as the home of the Boston Ballet and also presents touring Broadway shows.
Boston Public Garden
After a trip on the Swan Boats, enjoy the rest of the day in the beautiful Boston Public Garden.
Boston Red Sox
Visit America’s most legendary ballpark. See the place where Carlton Fisk once hit one of baseball’s most famous homeruns. Walk the same warning track once strolled by Ted Williams and touch the beloved “Green monster.”
Boston Sports Trail
Come and get your sports fix even on off days by exploring the Boston Sports Trail. The trail includes a number of running related sites for you to enjoy.
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Come and hear the impressive acoustics of one of the top concert halls in the world. Founded in 1881, the Boston Symphony Orchestra has hosted a wide range of significant performances and is also home to the Boston Pops.
Visit the bridge and connecting tunnel that is part of the largest highway construction project in the United States.