4 Things to Do in Boston

Looking for things to do in Boston? Look no further. Here are 5 things to keep an eye out for either because they are Must-do or because they’re things you may want to avoid.

HIT ? Walking around Cambridge

Home to Harvard and MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), Cambridge is situated just across the Charles River from Boston. Cambridge, named in honor of the University of Cambridge in England boasts impressive architectural scenery with many buildings built of the iconic red brick typical of Harvard buildings. It’s a good place to find a walking tour or give yourself a self-guided walking tour. It’s a scenic way to spend a morning or afternoon during your trip to Boston.

HIT ? The Freedom Trail

Some of the sights along this trail were absolutely must-see sites but not everything along The Freedom Trail is worth spending a lot of time at for everyone so definitely do your research and figure out what holds the most interest for you! Paul Revere’s House and the Old North Church were highlights when we walked it! Click Here for the website with a list of the sites along the trail as well as touring options.

HIT ? Fenway Park

One of baseball’s most iconic stadiums with the Green Monster towering over left field packed with crazy Boston fans was the highlight of the trip when I went with a group of buddies. We were able to be there for a Sox-Yankees game and that is something any sports fan should experience before they die! If there aren’t any baseball games happening while you’re there you can always take a tour of the stadium and really learn the background of this historic sports landmark. Tickets for games can be bought Here while tours can be booked Here

HIT ? Rockport Massachusetts (Lobster)

This was a fun little neighborhood to walk around and there was some amazing Lobster that was surprisingly affordable. It’s a little out of the way so plan plenty of time for that but it is absolutely worth an evening/dinner visit!