Boston Area Travel Information
Massachusetts is a popular destination for US and international visitors. Our "Resource Guide" offers local links to many attractions and helpful resources.
Boston, Massachusetts is a great travel and tourist destination with many attractions within walking distance.
- The Freedom Trail
- Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum
- Boston Children's Museum
- New England Aquarium
- Paul Revere House
- Faneuil Hall
- Quincy Market
- Boston Museum of Fine Arts
- The Boston Museum of Science
- John F. Kennedy Library
- Prudential Building
- Boston Public Library
- Copley Place/Arts Square, Old South Church, Arlington Street Church
- Boston Common, Public Gardens, Swan Boats, Make Way for Ducklings
- Hatch Memorial Shell at The Esplanade
- Bunker Hill Monument, U.S.S. Constitution, Charlestown Navy Yard
- Christian Science Center
- John Hancock Tower
- Fenway Park (home of the Boston Red Sox)
- The Charles River and its park areas
- The South End with its plethora of avant-garde restaurants
- Newbury Street for fine shopping and dining
- And, of course...delicious, fresh seafood!
- Boston's First Night on New Year's Eve
- Boston Marathon in mid-April
- Gay Pride Parade in May or June
- Harborfest in July
- 4th of July Celebration on the Esplanade
- The "Head of the Charles Regatta" boat race in mid or late-October
- Thousands of parents visiting colleges for parent weekends in mid and late-October
- Falmouth Road Race in August
- Boston Symphony Orchestra in fall and winter
- Fall Foliage in September and October
Cape Cod is just an easy one hour drive from Boston. It is known for its quaint style, sand dunes, natural settings, beautiful beaches, and fabulous sunsets. Unique Cape Cod Inn homes are a wonderful way to experience the area. It is most popular in July and August, during beach weather. Our favorite times are in spring and fall when it is busy, yet less crowded. On the way, make a stop at Plymouth Rock.
Besides tourism, visitors come to Massachusetts to relocate, for business travel, for medical care, and to visit colleges and universities. The Hynes Convention Center, the World Trade Center, and the Boston Convention Center house several convention and meeting rooms.
Well-known medical centers include: Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston Medical Center, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Children's Hospital, The Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard School of Public Health, Joslin Diabetes Center, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Massachusetts General Hospital, New England Baptist Hospital, New England Medical Center, and Spaulding Rehabilitation Center.
Visitors are also attracted by the many schools such as Harvard University, MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Lesley College, Boston College, Boston University, Emerson College, Emmanuel College, Massachusetts College of Art, Berklee College of Music, New England Conservatory of Music, Northeastern University, Simmons College, Suffolk University, Wheelock College, Bentley College, LaSalle College, Tufts University, University of Massachusetts, Wellesley College, and Babson College.
For more detailed information for your travel to the Boston area, please see our helpful Boston area links resource guide or call us at 781.455.6746.
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