5 Things To Do In Boston


Boston, one of the oldest cities in America offers a lot to do and see that both celebrates the city’s past and allude to its bright future. There are plenty of incredible attractions here and a visit to the city will be enjoyable irrespective of whether you are interested in sports, history, or art and architecture. This list will give you a glimpse into the five best things to do in Boston.

Fenway Park

Baseball enthusiasts are in for a treat at Fenway Park in Boston, the home turf of the Boston Red Sox. The stadium has since 1912, witnessed home runs, grounders, and stolen bases. The best way to enjoy the experience is to watch the game after grabbing some Fenway Franks. The baseball season is from April to October and tickets should be booked in advance to get seats. Visitors can also take a tour of the stadium where they can see the park’s famous landmarks and memorabilia like the Green Monster and Pesky’s Pole.

Museum of Fine Art

This amazing museum is one that art aficionados cannot afford to miss and is one of the most renowned and expertly organized art galleries in the world. The museum has remarkable collections of artwork and antiquities from different regions around the world including pre-Columbian and European art and artifacts. The galleries showcase numerous iconic artifacts from North, Central, and South American indigenous cultures. It also houses artworks of modern artists such as Edward Hopper.

MGM Music Hall Fenway Park

Located at 2 Lansdowne St, a 2-min walk from Fenway Park, the MGM Music Hall Fenway became a top venue for events and entertainment as soon as it opened in August 2022. The 5,000-seat venue is an ideal setting for private concerts, convention receptions, and corporate events and opens at noon on show days.

Boston Public Garden

The Public Garden is the first botanical garden in America opened in 1837. This is one of the best places in Boston for people to relax in some quiet and peace. The trees and flowers are kept in excellent shape and are tastefully arranged. The garden is also home to a 6-acre pond from which you can observe the exotic trees and vibrant arrangements floating in a Swan Boat that are open during the summer months. The park also houses two famous statues; a statue of George Washington and a bronze depiction of a mother duck and eight ducklings.

TD Garden Celtics and Bruins – North Station

TD Garden serves as the home ground for the famous Boston Bruins and Boston Celtics of NHL and NBA franchises respectively. The ground hosted the 2022 NMA finals Golden State Warriors and Boston Celtics. Owned by the Delaware North conglomerate the venue has hosted several significant national sporting tournaments including wrestling, martial arts, boxing, and gymnastics. The CEO of Delaware North also owns the Boston Bruins. Apart from the games, TD Gardens also plays host to numerous world-class concerts, comedy shows, ice shows, and family shows. It has also been featured in numerous movies.

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