Best Things To Do In Boston

Boston has a lot to offer, from its wide range of historical landmarks to its beautiful scenery. Beantown truly has it all, making it the perfect place to add to your travel bucket list. However, it can be a little overwhelming trying to decide what you should see on your trip. Well, I am here to make your life a little easier. I present to you the top three things to check out in Boston! Enjoy!

Fenway Park

Making a trip to Fenway Park is truly an unforgettable experience even if you are not a baseball fan. The stadium has been around 1912 and has been a part of many incredible moments. In 2012, Fenway celebrated its 100th anniversary. You should try to catch a game and admire the ballpark’s original architecture, including the 37-foot-tall notorious “Green Monster” wall rising over left field. If you’re not in town during a home game, you might want to stop by the field for an hour-long tour, which most visitors say was worth the ticket price. Tour tickets are available on a first come, first-serve basis at the Gate D Ticket Booth; adult tickets are priced at $16; tickets for kids ages 3 to 15 cost $12.

Museum of Fine Arts

This museum is definitely a must see when you visit Boston. It has an incredible art collection that will surely make you want to return more than once during your stay. The museum is home to one of the best art collections in the world, including the celebrated Art of the Americas Wing. Inside this collection, which debuted in 2010, you’ll stumble upon 53 galleries showcasing iconic pieces spanning from Pre-Columbian times to the 20th century. I highly recommend this awesome place

Boston Symphony Orchestra

If you make the trip to Boston, you must check out the Boston Symphony Orchestra. This historic Symphony Hall has been around since 1881.  It plays 250 shows a year that ranges from family shows to traditional concerts. The building is also beautiful making this place a must see when you make it to Beantown.

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