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What to Do in Boston On Next Weekend

Boston is a vibrant city with plenty to do all year round. From its rich history, outdoor attractions, and cultural attractions, visitors have plenty to explore in the city. Here are the What to Do in Boston On Next Weekend.:

Take a Stroll along the Freedom Trail

The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile-long path that takes you to 16 historically significant sites in Boston. It includes churches, graveyards, meeting houses, and other significant landmarks, including Beacon Hill, the USS Constitution Museum, and Bunker Hill Monument. The Freedom Trail is a must for anyone who wants to learn about Boston and its history.

 

Explore the Museums

Boston is home to some of the finest museums in the world, including the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Science, and the Children’s Museum. The museums offer a wide range of exhibits and activities, from traditional to cutting-edge, from classical to modern. Whatever interests you the most, these museums have something for everyone.

 

Eat Your Way Through the City

 Boston is home to some of the best restaurants in the country. From fine dining to casual eateries, there’s something for everyone. If you’re looking to sample some of the city’s renowned seafood, make sure to check out Legal Sea Foods and Neptune Oyster. Other popular restaurants include Uni, La Brasa, and Salty Pig.

Shop in Harvard Square

Located in Cambridge, Harvard Square is not just home to the famous university, but also one of the best shopping destinations in Boston. With its eclectic mix of shops and restaurants, Harvard Square is the perfect place to find unique souvenirs. There’s also a large outdoor market in the summer months, where visitors can purchase local products.

 

Take a Cruise Around the City

A cruise of the Boston Harbor is the perfect way to take in the city’s beautiful waterfront. Visitors can take a narrated tour of the harbor, see the city’s skyline, and get up close to the USS Constitution. Most cruise companies also provide meals and hold special events like musical performances.

 

Relax in the Public Garden

The Boston Public Garden is a 23-acre park located in the heart of the city. It features a picturesque pond and beautiful gardens, making it the perfect place for a leisurely stroll. Visitors can also take a romantic ride on the swan boats, enjoy the vibrant view of the park, and take pictures of the iconic Make Way for Ducklings statues.

 

Attend a Boston Red Sox Game

No trip to Boston is complete without going to a Red Sox game. Watching the Red Sox in Fenway Park is an exhilarating experience, with die-hard fans cheering their team on. There’s a great selection of food and drinks, as well as plenty of entertainment. After the game, fans can take home souvenirs to remember the experience.

 

Walk the Iconic Neighborhood of Beacon Hill

Beacon Hill is one of Boston’s oldest neighborhoods, known for its cobblestone streets, brick townhouses, and gas lanterns. Take a walk around the area and explore some of the area’s beautiful homes and landmarks. The iconic Massachusetts State House is not to be missed, as is the famed Acorn Street.

 

Sample Some Local Craft Beer

 Boston has a thriving craft beer scene, with numerous breweries and taprooms to explore throughout the city. Sample some of the city’s local brews and learn about the brewing process from the experts. Popular spots include Aeronaut Brewing Company, Burgundi Beer Company, and Castle Island Brewing Company.

Take a Double-Decker Bus Tour

Explore the historic city with Boston’s only double-decker bus. Take an all-day hop-on hop-off tour and enjoy the most historic landmarks of Boston with live commentary. They have multiple tour options that offer tours of your own choice. Take a ride and enjoy the city from above the crowd with a stunning panoramic view.

 

Go Whale Watching on the Atlantic

Head out to the Atlantic for an unforgettable whale-watching adventure. Get stunning views of the coastline, and if you’re lucky, you might spot some sea life like dolphins, whales, and seals. Cape Cod Bay Charters, Boston Harbor Cruises, and Old Silver Beach Charters offer some of the best whale-watching experiences in the area.

Whether you’re looking to explore the city’s history, relax in the parks, or have some fun in the sun, there’s plenty to do and see in Boston. Experience all the city has to offer and enjoy an unforgettable visit.

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