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Your top-rated places to explore in Boston, MA

Acorn Street

Acorn Street

Distance: 1.5 mi


This narrow street is a reminder that Boston is a city built over a centuries-old town. Don’t forget your camera — it’s also one of the most photographed areas in the city.

Acorn Street

Acorn Street

Distance: 1.5 mi


This narrow street is a reminder that Boston is a city built over a centuries-old town. Don’t forget your camera — it’s also one of the most photographed areas in the city.

Boston Common

Boston Common

Distance: 1 mi


Created in 1634 (149 years before the founding of the United States), Boston Common is the oldest city park in the country.

Boston Common

Boston Common

Distance: 1 mi


Created in 1634 (149 years before the founding of the United States), Boston Common is the oldest city park in the country.

Boston Public Library

Boston Public Library

Distance: 0.1 mi


If you think that libraries are just for borrowing books and free WiFi, you need to reassess. The Central Library on Copley Square hosts lunchtime concerts, museum-quality traveling exhibitions, and meet and greets with best-selling authors.

Boston Public Library

Boston Public Library

Distance: 0.1 mi


If you think that libraries are just for borrowing books and free WiFi, you need to reassess. The Central Library on Copley Square hosts lunchtime concerts, museum-quality traveling exhibitions, and meet and greets with best-selling authors.

Charles River Esplanade

Charles River Esplanade

Distance: 1.3 mi


Connected to Frederick Law Olmsted's Emerald Necklace system of parks and open spaces, the park is home to the country's first public boating program. This 17-mile stretch of land along the banks of the Charles River houses the Hatch Shell and paths that run the length of the park for biking, walking, and rollerblading.

Charles River Esplanade

Charles River Esplanade

Distance: 1.3 mi


Connected to Frederick Law Olmsted's Emerald Necklace system of parks and open spaces, the park is home to the country's first public boating program. This 17-mile stretch of land along the banks of the Charles River houses the Hatch Shell and paths that run the length of the park for biking, walking, and rollerblading.

Cheers Bar

Distance: 1.2 mi


As the inspiration for the '80s hit TV show Cheers, the exterior of this intimate neighborhood pub is easily recognized, but the inside doesn't resemble the Hollywood soundstage in any way. It continues to be a top tourist attraction in the city to this day.

Cheers Bar

Cheers Bar

Distance: 1.2 mi


As the inspiration for the '80s hit TV show Cheers, the exterior of this intimate neighborhood pub is easily recognized, but the inside doesn't resemble the Hollywood soundstage in any way. It continues to be a top tourist attraction in the city to this day.

Fenway Park

Fenway Park

Distance: 1.2 mi


Dubbed "America's most beloved ballpark," Fenway is the oldest Major League Baseball park in the country. The lone red seat in the right field bleachers represents the longest home run ever hit at Fenway, by Ted Williams in 1946.

Fenway Park

Fenway Park

Distance: 1.2 mi


Dubbed "America's most beloved ballpark," Fenway is the oldest Major League Baseball park in the country. The lone red seat in the right field bleachers represents the longest home run ever hit at Fenway, by Ted Williams in 1946.

Freedom Trail

Freedom Trail

Distance: 1 mi


Starting at Boston Common, the two-and-a-half-mile self-guided Freedom Trail wends its way through 16 Revolutionary-era sites, from the Old State House to the Paul Revere House in the North End.

Freedom Trail

Freedom Trail

Distance: 1 mi


Starting at Boston Common, the two-and-a-half-mile self-guided Freedom Trail wends its way through 16 Revolutionary-era sites, from the Old State House to the Paul Revere House in the North End.

Hatch Shell

Hatch Shell

Distance: 1.9 mi


Come the summer months, the lawn in front of the shell becomes a sea of blankets as people claim a place for the summer movie series that features box-office hits both recent and classic.

Hatch Shell

Hatch Shell

Distance: 1.9 mi


Come the summer months, the lawn in front of the shell becomes a sea of blankets as people claim a place for the summer movie series that features box-office hits both recent and classic.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Distance: 1.4 mi


If you’re wearing Red Sox memorabilia, you receive discounted admission to this Fenway-Kenmore museum that houses philanthropist Isabella Gardner’s eccentric art collection featuring artists like Rembrandt, Botticelli, and Raphael. © Sean Dungan

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Distance: 1.4 mi


If you’re wearing Red Sox memorabilia, you receive discounted admission to this Fenway-Kenmore museum that houses philanthropist Isabella Gardner’s eccentric art collection featuring artists like Rembrandt, Botticelli, and Raphael. © Sean Dungan

New England Aquarium

New England Aquarium

Distance: 2 mi


Be sure to set aside about two hours to check out all 20,000 animals housed in the aquarium, assuming you aren't also taking advantage of the on-site IMAX theatre and summer whale watches.

New England Aquarium

New England Aquarium

Distance: 2 mi


Be sure to set aside about two hours to check out all 20,000 animals housed in the aquarium, assuming you aren't also taking advantage of the on-site IMAX theatre and summer whale watches.

Old South Church

Old South Church

Distance: 0.1 mi


This gothic-revival church was built in 1873 and hosts regular “fun” faith programs, like festivals and jazz worship services.

Old South Church

Old South Church

Distance: 0.1 mi


This gothic-revival church was built in 1873 and hosts regular “fun” faith programs, like festivals and jazz worship services.

Old State House

Old State House

Distance: 2.2 mi


On the Fourth of July, the Declaration of Independence is read from the balcony of this relic of the Revolution, which was originally built in 1713, making it 70 years older than the United States!

Old State House

Old State House

Distance: 2.2 mi


On the Fourth of July, the Declaration of Independence is read from the balcony of this relic of the Revolution, which was originally built in 1713, making it 70 years older than the United States!

Prudential Center Skywalk Observatory

Prudential Center Skywalk Observatory

Distance: 0.2 mi


View the city and beyond from 50 floors up at Boston’s only sky-high vantage point.

Prudential Center Skywalk Observatory

Prudential Center Skywalk Observatory

Distance: 0.2 mi


View the city and beyond from 50 floors up at Boston’s only sky-high vantage point.

TD Garden

TD Garden

Distance: 2.3 mi


As well as being the home of the Boston Celtics, the Garden hosts concerts from top performers like Panic! At the Disco, Ariana Grande, and Elton John. © Marcio Jose Bastos Silva

TD Garden

TD Garden

Distance: 2.3 mi


As well as being the home of the Boston Celtics, the Garden hosts concerts from top performers like Panic! At the Disco, Ariana Grande, and Elton John. © Marcio Jose Bastos Silva

Trinity Church

Trinity Church

Distance: 0.6 mi


When not conducting services or hosting concerts and guest lecturers, volunteers take visitors on guided tours of the opulent 120-year-old church.

Trinity Church

Trinity Church

Distance: 0.6 mi


When not conducting services or hosting concerts and guest lecturers, volunteers take visitors on guided tours of the opulent 120-year-old church.

Copley Square Hotel Wanderguide

Your top-rated places to explore in Boston, MA

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