10 Best

Things To Do

In Boston

Wander around Boston Common and the Public Garden

The dual jewels of the Emerald Necklace perfectly reflect the vision of the venerated landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted.

Stroll the Greenway

This verdant, mile-long ribbon of grassy parks and outdoor resting places invites the weary traveler or office warrior to stop and take a break. 

Go leaf peeping

People visit New England every fall to see the gorgeous, colorful display that lights the region up with rich colors. 

Try the best Pumpkin Spice Lattes in Boston

Regardless of whether you were aware of that or not, I think we can all agree that October is the official start to all things fall one way or another. 

See a show at the Boston Opera House

With the help of Senator Edward Kennedy, the Boston Opera House was renovated and painted in fairy tale white terracotta in 2004.

Find a new favorite neighborhood restaurant

Charles Street, 1928 Occupying the former Lala Rokh space on Mount Vernon just outside Beacon Hill is a true hidden gem.

Go shopping in the Seaport

The Seaport has quickly become the place to go for all things fashion in Boston. From Millennial favorites like Everlane.

Tour a historic building

Boston is blessed with so many historic buidlings open to the public. You don't have to walk the entire Freedom Trail to appreciate the gravitas that our city has. 

Go hard on a Southie Sunday

In more recent years, South Boston has become known for its high concentration of young professionals who are always down for a good time.

Try one or all of the city’s freshest lobster rolls

 Perhaps the ultimate seafood treat, lobster rolls are found on menus across town for you to enjoy any time of the year.

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