Located in downtown Boston, Faneuil Hall has been a marketplace and meeting hall since 1743. Rich in history and culture, Faneuil Hall is home to retailers, restaurants, pubs and the world-famous Quincy Market Colonnade. Roam the cobblestone promenades and enjoy the beautiful atmosphere of musicians and street performers.
Take a 2.5 mile walk on the Freedom Trail, which passes by 16 locations significant to the history of the United States. Keep to the trail by utilizing the large red bricks, which winds between Boston Common to Bunker Hill Monument.
Head to the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum and be a part of the famous event that changed the course of American history. Meet important members of the American Revolution, view Abigail’s Tea Room and “dump the tea!”
Just steps away is the renowned TD Garden, home of the Boston Celtics and Bruins and New England’s largest sports and entertainment arena. Hosting over 200 events a year, this is the perfect place to enjoy a basketball game, hockey game or even watch your favorite artist take to the stage.
Explore Boston’s oldest residential community, The North End, dating back to the 1630s. See the famous Paul Revere statue, eat delicious Italian cuisine and if you’re visiting Boston in the summertime, make sure to check out their summer festival honoring the patron saints of different religions in Italy.