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May25, 2021

A Local's Guide to Spring in Boston

Posted by: Hotel Revere Boston

Spring is blooming in Boston and it's the perfect time for weekend away from home. Beautiful historic gardens pop with colorful flowers and trees. The street performers and buskers are out at Faneuil Hall. Its baseball season with Boston Red Sox games back at Fenway Park. Boston is bouncing back this May with fun outdoor activities and events that will renew your spirit of adventure.

Take back the freedom to roam with a springtime or Memorial Day getaway to Boston. Here is a local's guide to fun in Boston this spring from our Revere Hotel Concierge.

 
Cheer on the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park

Take in a Boston Red Sox Game at America's most famous ballpark. Baseball season is in full swing in May, and the New England weather is perfect. See our home-town sluggers best the iconic Green Monster and join fans in singing Sweet Caroline in the 7th inning stretch.

 
Free Ferry Rides to Boston Harbor Islands

Enjoy sightseeing with free ferry days to the Boston Channel Islands. Hop on the Boston Harbor Cruises ferry from downtown's Long Wharf North to sail along the historic shoreline and explore the natural beauty of Georges and Spectacle Island. Get to the kiosk when it opens at 8:30 to get free Saturday tickets for a lovey day out on Boston Harbor this May.

 
See the Street Performers at Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market

As the cobblestone streets warm up this May, the street performers and buskers take center stage at Faneuil Hall, Boston's historic marketplace. Shop, dine, and stroll along the old walkways of Boston's 275-year-old gathering spot and enjoy live local music, magicians, and entertainers along the way.

 
Wind on Water Public Art Exhibit

Check out this wonderful wind sculptures in the Charlestown Navy Yard along the Boston Harbor. These kinetic sculptures of gracefully moving metals are continually propelled by harbor winds, twirling in syncopation. Enjoy walking, biking and sightseeing as you enjoy this free art exhibit that moves with the wind along Boston Harbor.

 
Ride the Carousel in Boston Common

Stroll through 350 years of history at America's oldest park. Ride the hand carved wooden carousel next to the Frog Pond, from mid-April to the end of October. This historic carousel, built in 1947, features colorful horses, wildlife figures, and a chariot. Take the kids to the Frog Pond's giant spray fountain and wading pool, a fun way to cool off after a picnic or sightseeing in Boston Common.

 
Discover Boston's Back Bay Refuge

The Revere Hotel Boston Common offers a playfully bold and authentic Boston spirit. Located just blocks from Boston Common, our boutique hotel is an urban refuge in the Back Bay neighborhood that celebrates all things Boston: hospitality, food, art, and a rebellious attitude.

Embrace your freedom to roam this spring with a New England getaway to the heart of Boston. Revere Hotel offers luxury rooms and suites, creative dining and drinks at Rebel's Guild, and Boston's best rooftop bar, Rooftop@Revere.

Pack your sense of adventure, hop in the car, and rediscover one of America's most historic and beautiful cities. With our Revere Hotel Specials, we make it easy to travel again.

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