Boston – Massachusetts

“America is another name for opportunity.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Boston waterfront, MA
Boston skyline and waterfront

Some of the most important events in America’s independence took place here – what better place to bring your family for a taste of American history. Boston’s many historical landmarks truly makes it one of the world’s most popular travel destinations.

It’s also an exciting and friendly destination. And like London, Florence and San Francisco, it’s an interesting “walking city” – everything is conveniently located, so you don’t need a car to get around.

Home to some of the finest museums in the nation, Boston also has great theaters, gourmet restaurants, beautiful parks, fabulous shopping – and over 100 world-class educational institutions. The Boston Symphony Orchestra (“Boston Pops”) is one of the most renowned in the world. Harborfest is Boston’s weeklong version of the Fourth of July – it’s a fun time to visit the city. During this time, visitors and locals flock here for the Boston Pops 4th of July Concert on the Esplanade and Fireworks over the harbor.

Fun Boston Attractions & City Sightseeing Tours

Explore the city on a fun Guided Walking Tour and see the Freedom Trail, Copley Square, Beacon Hill and Faneuil Hall Marketplace – Boston’s top tourist attraction. Take a scenic Harbor Cruise and enjoy panoramic views of Boston and Cambridge. Ride the Swan Boats in the Public Garden Lagoon – a Boston tradition since 1877 (be prepared to wait in line). If you have time, take a leisurely journey up the Charles River and learn about its history. Hop aboard an Old Time Trolley or take a fun Boston Duck Tour around the city. Visit one of Boston’s fine museums and enjoy shopping along Newbury Street.

Take a fun Day Trip – visit Cambridge, Lexington & Concord, New England Seacost, Massachusetts Plimoth Plantation, Newport, Salem, and Cape Cod.

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Fun Boston Trivia
Did you know that the first public library in the country opened here, or that the first subway in America was builit under Boston Common?

And where would we be today without the telephone? It was just across town that Alexander Graham Bell first uttered the words, “Come here, I want you” during his famous call to Thomas Watson. We’ve sure come a long way since then!

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The Best Time To Visit Boston

The best time of the year to visit Boston is during the late Spring (before a hot humid summer sets in), or in September or October, when the trees offer a spectacular explosion of Fall colors – something we don’t get to see too much of on the West Coast.