Outside the New England Aquarium, watch the sea lions play for free, and next door find a Simons IMAX Theatre for some of the best nature documentaries available
This upscale Boston neighborhood is famous for its rows of Victorian brownstone homes, as well as restaurants and shopping nearby on Newbury and Boylston Streets.
Located in South Boston this 22-acre site has been home to a fortification since 1634 and has some of the best views of the city.
By land or by sea -- these amphibious bus tours take riders all over Boston and the Charles River every single day. Quack quack.
The "Esplanade" is a state-owned park situated on the banks of the Charles River. Jogging, bike riding, boat rentals and more are available here.
The oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball, this iconic Boston landmark has been hosting games since 1912. Fenway is a must-visit venue for any sports fan.
Good Will Hunting
"How do like them apples?" This Academy Award-winning movie was set and (somewhat) filmed in Boston.
Take a tour of the brewery and sample the suds, but don't miss out on the beer and delicious pretzels in the great hall afterwards. For even more fun, time your trip for the twice-yearly Harpoonfest.
The Institute of Contemporary Art is a museum and exhibition space along the Boston waterfront. It currently has free admission on Thursday evenings from 5-9 p.m.
J.P. Licks is Boston's best place for homemade ice cream, frozen yogurt and fresh-roasted coffee.
Restaurants, lab space, tech start ups, residences, parks and theaters all converge in this beautiful Cambridge neighborhood.
Located in the shadow of the Green Monster, Landsdowne Street offers nightlife and dining options for both Red Sox spectators and the general public.
Thousands of spectators cheer on the amazing runners for 26.2 miles through small Massachusetts towns into the city's center on Patriot's Day.
Settled in the 1630's this primarily Italian neighborhood boasts some of the most sought after restaurants in the city, as well as the best dessert shops.
Omni Parker House
The Omni Parker House is America's longest continuously operating luxury hotel and is located along the historic Freedom Trail adjacent to Beacon Hill.
Visit Boston my children and you shall hear of the midnight ride of Paul Revere.You can also tour his house. You can also tour the Old North Church where he hung the famed lanterns.
This building offers food and shopping in the heart of Faneuil Hall -- don't miss the street performers and statue of Red Auerbach (Celtics legend) right outside.
Rose Kennedy Greenway
One of the best parts about the Big Dig disaster (kids, Google this) is the Rose Kennedy Greenway -- a linear sprawling grassy area that stretches around the North End and financial district and includes public seating, fountains, and more.
The largest open-air market in New England takes place in the South End and has all types of specialty foods, clothing and other items for sale.
The "T" is the subway portion of the MBTA system that brings travelers all around the metro Boston area. Use the subway and its various colored lines to get around during your visit.
Union Oyster House
Since 1826 this restaurant has been serving delicious seafood and other fare to hungry Bostonians -- located just outside the North End and Faneuil Hall.
The Victory Gardens are the oldest continuously operating Word War II Victory Gardens in the United States, spanning 7.5 acres with over 500 gardens.
South Boston mafia king and recent convict. A new Bulger biopic starring Johnny Depp entitled Black Mass is currently filming all over the city.
This one is technically cheating -- but "X-ray" represents all of the top hospitals in Boston including Mass General, Brigham and Women's, and Boston Children's Hospital. Ill patients come from all around the world to be seen and treated in Boston.
Busy street just inside the Fenway Park gates with gift shops, sausage carts, and thousands of excited fans.