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    Nearby Attractions at Massachusetts

Discover the Historic & Cultural Things to Do in Downtown Boston

Few cities deliver the blend of history, culture and excitement that you'll find in Boston. Step out of our Back Bay hotel to discover countless attractions and points of interest that in downtown Boston and beyond. Immerse yourself in fine and contemporary art. Catch Red Sox fever at Fenway. 
Retrace the steps of our founding fathers along the Freedom Trail. Shop, dine and explore something new on your Beantown getaway.

Fenway Park

Feel the passion of die-hard Red Sox fans as they cheer on the boys of summer at iconic Fenway Park. When the boys aren't in town, catch live concerts and events at the oldest MLB stadium in America.

Museum of Fine Arts

A superb collection of fine and contemporary art from around the world, plus textiles, photographs, fashion, musical instruments and Egyptian artifacts wait to be discovered at this vibrant museum.

Freedom Trail

Retrace the steps of our founding fathers as you stroll the 2.5 miles of red-brick pathways that lead you to 14 important historical sites throughout the city - from Boston Common to the USS Constitution.

Boston Public Garden

Acres of meandering pathways lead you through lush landscapes, making this an oasis of tranquility in the heart of the city. Take a swan boat tour and transport yourself back to Victorian times.

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

Fun for the whole family, this interactive museum experience will walk you through the earliest days of the American Revolution, let you meet Samuel Adams, and even dump tea into the harbor.

Samuel Adams Brewery

There's no tastier way to experience Boston than with a brewery tour at the birthplace of the American craft beer revolution. Sample new brews and learn the art of beer making where it all began - Boston.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Step into the Venetian palazzo-inspired residential museum and discover the fruits of one woman's unyielding passion and persistence, and enjoy works by the Grand Masters.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Dubbed the "Cradle of History" by our founding fathers, this is the place where the earliest revolutionaries met to discuss change. Today's Faneuil Hall delivers an incomparable experience.

Prudential Center

There's no place better to get a bird's eye view of greater Boston than from the Prudential Skydeck, towering 700 feet over the city. You'll also find great shopping, dining and entertainment.

New England Aquarium

Get to know the creatures that inhabit 70% of the earth's surface. From penguins and sharks to seadragons and stingrays, this interactive museum is a fun experience for the whole family.

Gillette Stadium

Gillette Stadium celebrates New England's heritage with a unique display of local flavor. A stylized lighthouse and bridge greet fans entering the stadium at the Patriot Place Gate, creating stadium's signature view.
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