Americans have loved baseball for more than a century, and the proof is Fenway Park, a beloved fan-favorite stadium and home to the Red Sox since 1912.
Spend the day strolling the relaxing grounds of the Boston Public Garden, a vast grassy park full of seasonally blooming flowers, shady trees, and artful statues dating back to 1869.
Motor around the city’s historical landmarks, then drive straight into the Charles River, exploring Boston from the pavement and the waves in a World War II-inspired boat with wheels.
5 of 5 stars
4 of 5 stars
Admission to the museum covered the museum and grounds and the studio Norman Rockwell used to produce his works of art. I had not realized what a prolific artist Norman
A trendy shopping district that looks more like a quaint old timey neighborhood, Newberry Street’s historic residential brownstones are intermingled with must-see boutiques.
At the Plimoth Plantation is a museum village or open-air museum which explores the settlement of Plymouth by the Pilgrims, but also the impact of colonization on
There are three whale watching operations in Provincetown. I have gone on two and either one is fine.
The presence of a naturalist as part of the crew is a real
The Hancock Shaker Village could not be found as easily as one might think. The guide had mentioned that there are about 8 miles west of Pittsfield (Mass.) is located, but
Provincetown is located at the very top tip of Cape Cod. It is quite a long way to travel if you are travelling from Boston, but worth it, as this is the busiest town
The previous reviewer was writing about the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, which you can get into for the same admission as the adjacent Harvard Museum of