From reliving history on Freedom Trail to catching a game at Fenway Park, exploring the famous Museum of Fine Arts or shopping at Quincy Market, there's something for everyone in Boston. Stay at a Boston Best Western for easy access to everything this city has to offer.
Boston is a one-of-kind American city that offers an excellent opportunity to explore a vast amount of history. Immerse yourself in the museums, enjoy a ball game, shop 'til you drop or refuel at a famous brewery, restaurant or bar. Boston is a city with something for everyone. Stay at one of our Boston hotels and you will not be at a loss for things to do and see, or history to re-live.
The Freedom Trail - The two-and-a-half-mile Freedom Trail is one of the best ways to get acquainted with Boston. The trail is packed full of information and will many cover the city's historic landmarks.
Boston Public Garden - Boston Public Garden is the nation's oldest botanical garden. Still operated by descendants of the boats' inventor (Robert Paget), the famous Swan Boats have returned to Boston Public Garden each spring since they were first invented in 1877.
Fenway Park - Since 1912, there has been no better way to enjoy a sun-filled afternoon than a trip to Fenway Park and the historic home of Major League Baseball's Boston Red Sox.
New England Aquarium - One of Boston's main popular family vacation attractions, the New England Aquarium is a must see! Great for adults and children alike...who can resist the charms of the sea lions smiling and penguins playing?
Sam Adams Brewery - Tour the Sam Adams Brewery for a glimpse at the microbrewery's beer-making process and a sample of the finished product.
Museum of Fine Arts - The Museum of Fine Arts is New England's largest art museum and is known for its amazingly extensive collection of works by Claude Monet.
Cheers - Famous as the inspiration for the television show Cheers, this fun spot is located in Boston's Beacon Hill District. Offering souvenirs galore and pub food, but it's still one of those places that fans of the show make a beeline for when they're in Boston.
Museum of Science - Boston's museums are some of the best you'll find in the world, one of the most visited is the Museum of Science at Science Park.
Legal Sea Foods - A must try in Boston, Legal sea Foods is a family owned business known world wide. Thanks to their own state of the art processing plant, Legal Sea Foods enjoys an international reputation for serving only the freshest, best quality fish and shellfish.
Mamma Maria - Overlooking North Square and the Paul Revere House, Mamma Maria's is one of the best restaurants in the North End. The menu changes seasonally. Bring your appetite as the portions are more than generous!
Durgin-Park - Known since 1827 for large portions, an eclectic crowd ranging from CEOs to students sharing tables and run-ins with a famously cranky waitresses. Attracting tourists and locals alike, Durgin-Park is everything it's cracked up to be. With around 2,000 people a day joining a line that stretches down a level to the first floor of Faneuil Hall Marketplace's North Market building, you know it must be good!
Quincy Market/ Faneuil Hall Marketplace - Commonly known as Quincy Market, but its official name is the Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Whatever you wish to call it, this indoor-outdoor market is a great place for both shopping and dining.
The festival market hall changes constantly to appeal to visitors as well as locals and the original section itself dates back to 1742.
The Quincy Market Colonnade is located in the central building and showcases a large selection of food and confections.
Filene's Basement - Opened in 1908 at Downtown Crossing, Filene's Basement is New England's most famous discount retailer. Filene's is still famous for being the only store where the celebrated automatic-markdown pricing policy applies.
The Shops at Prudential Center - The main level of the city's second-tallest tower holds this sprawling complex. Home to a large array of shops, some of which are: Saks Fifth Avenue, Barnes & Noble, Sephora, Club Monaco as well as dozens of shops and boutiques.
Best Western makes it easy to customize your Boston vacation with unique tour packages. There are many tour packages to choose from including: touring the sights of the city by water or land, a photography workshop or cycling around the city.
After a day of site-seeing and great dining, you can rest and relax at one of the Best Western Boston hotels rooms, equipped with all the comforts of home. Begin your search here for more information on Boston hotels. To read more about Boston vacation attractions visit the Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism.