1. The Freedom Trail. Step back in time on the Freedom Trail, a two-and-a-half mile red-brick path that begins in the famous Boston Common and passes the city’s most famous historic sites such as Faneuil Hall, The Paul Revere House, The Bunker Hill Monument and The USS Constitution.
2. Fenway Park. Visit American’s oldest and most famous ballpark, located in the heart of the city. It is in this historic site that many famous moments in sports history took place, and where the Boston Red Sox still play today. Enjoy a Fenway Park tour, which showcases all the “must see” sites, including where Ted Williams hit his famous home run, the press box and, of course, the gift shop so you can pick up souvenirs.
3. Public Garden. Located just across the street from the hotel, the Public Garden was the first public botanical garden in America and is home to the world famous swan boat rides and Make Way for Ducklings statues. The garden is filled with beautiful flowers and meandering pathways, plus plenty of benches and green space in which to relax and enjoy a leisurely picnic.
4. Newbury Street. Lined with shops, galleries, day spas, restaurants and bars, Newbury Street is Boston’s shopping hub. An entire street devoted to shopping, this beautiful street is “Boston’s Rodeo Drive” and a must-visit destination for shopping, dining and people watching.
5. Charles Street. Explore picturesque Charles Street in historic Beacon Hill for shopping, dining, sweet treats and photo ops galore. In particular, snap a photo on Acorn Street, which is a cobblestone street lined with row houses and hidden gardens. It’s also the city’s most photographed street.