Welcome to Boston

We can't wait for you to explore the city while you're here! Use this page or the navigation above to discover our curated list of the top things to do in Boston.

Restaurants in Boston

From hot pot, dumplings and noodles in the nation’s third-largest Chinatown to soul-warming Italian plates in the North End, Boston’s food scene brings something to the table for everyone.

Free Things to Do

The Boston area offers an abundance of free and fun activities for everyone. See what's happening in Boston below!

Boston's Top Attractions

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  • 100 Legends Way
  • (617) 212-6814

The Sports Museum is located on the Premium Levels 5, 6, and 9 of TD Garden. Here you will see the treasures that we have on display evidencing the rich heritage of Boston sports and the influence of sports on the social history and evolution of Boston. We offer three types of…

  • 19 Yawkey Way
  • (617) 226-6666

Visit Fenway Park, "America's Most Beloved Ballpark" Nestled in the city of Boston and visited by fans from around the world. Fenway Park is a place where dreams are made, traditions are celebrated and baseball is forever. See the home of Red Sox Legends, Williams, Yaz, Fisk and…

  • 58 Pier 4 Boulevard

Puttshack is a leading concept in the emerging and growing market of competitive socializing. Combining a tech-infused mini golf game with exceptional food and beverage offering, Puttshackhas multi-generation appeal. Patented Trackaball™ technology allows guests to play a point…

  • 60 Seaport Boulevard
  • (617) 855-9888

Located in the heart of Boston’s vibrant Seaport neighborhood, Flight Club Boston is a social experience like no other. Boasting an incredible food and beverage offering with a beautiful atmosphere, the venue offers both exceptional hospitality and an incomparable group…

  • 800 Boylston Street
  • (617) 544-3535

View Boston is a 360 taste of the city, offering breathtaking indoor and outdoor views atop one of Boston’s most iconic buildings. Whether discovering famed landmarks and coveted hidden gems or meeting friends for a sunset cocktail, your unforgettable Bostonian experience begins…

  • Four Copley Place, Suite 4155
  • (617) 267-DUCK

Hop aboard Boston Duck Tours and enjoy a fully narrated, historic tour of Boston in a "DUCK", a W.W.II style amphibious landing craft that travels on land and water. You'll cruise by all the places that make Boston the birthplace of freedom and a city of firsts. Just when you…

  • Charlestown Navy Yard
  • (617) 242-5689

Boston National Historical Park tells the story of the events that led to the American Revolution and the Navy that kept the nation strong. Visit the historic sites that make up Boston National Historical Park. Many of the historic sites that make up Boston National Historical…

  • Congress Street Bridge
  • (617) 338-1773

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum showcases a live theatrical performance reenacting the "single most important event leading up to The American Revolution", with state-of-the-art technology and an original tea crate from the Boston Tea Party in 1773. This Business is Group…

  • 270 Tremont Street
  • (617) 532-1255

Visit the historic Boch Center Wang Theatre and take a behind-the-scenes tour of one of Boston’s most prominent landmarks - plus get an exclusive look at The Music Hall, part of the Folk Americana Roots Hall of Fame (FARHOF)! Led by legendary musicians and music executives…

  • 32 Quincy Street
  • (617) 495-9400

Free every day (open Tuesday to Sunday, 10am–5pm) and just steps away from Harvard Square, the Harvard Art Museums welcome visitors from around the corner and around the world to enjoy one of the largest and most renowned art collections in North America. Masterpieces from…

  • 26 Oxford Street
  • (617) 495-3045

Just an eight-minute walk from the Harvard Square T Station through Harvard Yard, the Harvard Museum of Natural History is the university’s most-visited museum and a popular destination for travelers from around the world. Visit the new exhibits Swimming with Sharks and In Search…

  • 25 Harbor Shore Drive
  • (617) 478-3100

Founded in 1936, The Institute of Contemporary Art is the oldest non-collecting contemporary arts institution in the United States. Through a comprehensive schedule of exhibits of local, national and international significance, and educational outreach, film series and gallery…

  • 530 Commonwealth Avenue
  • (617) 286-2183

It’s time to have some fun and be the hero of your own adventure! Virtual Reality gives you the chance to; Fly in zero gravity, become an archer, fight zombies or create and get inside your own painting! At Key to Amaze options are endless for you and your team! Step off the…

  • 314 Main Street
  • (617) 253-5927

A reimagined MIT Museum opened in its new location in Kendall Square in October 2022. Inspired by the spirit and drive of innovation, the museum offers exhibitions, programming, and hands-on activities meant to "turn MIT inside/out."

  • 46 Joy Street
  • (617) 742-5415

With campuses in Boston & Nantucket, the Museum of Afro-American History is New England's largest African American history museum with four national historic sites dating back to the early 1800's and the BLACK HERITAGE TRAIL that attracts visitors from around the world. Permanent…

  • 465 Huntington Avenue
  • (617) 267-9300

The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston is one of the world's great art museums with masterpieces from around the world and across the ages, including more Monets than any museum outside of Paris, an unrivaled Japanese art collection, treasures from Egypt and the ancient world, and…

  • Science Park
  • 617-723-2500

Science and technology come alive at the Museum of Science! Experience the power of discovery through more than 700 interactive exhibits accented by an ever-changing cavalcade of touring exhibits, watch a film projected onto New England’s only IMAX® Dome screen, rocket through a…

  • 300 Walnut Avenue
  • (617) 442-8614

The Museum of the National Center of Afro American Artists (NCAAA) celebrates the visual arts heritage of African cultures and the African diaspora worldwide. The Museum presents a wide range of historical and contemporary exhibitions in many media, including painting, sculpture…

  • Central Wharf
  • (617) 973-5200

Experience the wonder of 70 exhibits featuring aquatic animals from around the world. Get your hands wet at The Trust Family Foundation Shark and Ray Touch Tank. Watch Northern fur seals at the New Balance Foundation Marine Mammal Center. Finally, experience an unforgettable film…

  • 193 Salem Street
  • (617) 523-6676

No trip to Boston is complete without a visit to the Old North Church, an icon of the American Revolution! $5 admission includes a self-guided tour through the church, with staff available to answer questions. Visitors can also take add-on tours of the church's crypt, gallery…

  • 19 North Square
  • (617) 523-2338

Home to the famed patriot - Paul Revere - the Paul Revere Memorial Association owns and operates the Paul Revere House and the Pierce-Hichborn House, located on the Freedom Trail in the North End. The shop offers reproductions of Revere's silver work, colonial toys, and books on…