Boston Things to do

The following is a suggested list of restaurants and things to do while in Boston. If you are looking for something that you do not see here, please feel free to call us and we will help you!

Restaurants near the facility


569 Tremont Street
+1 (617) 424-8577
Visit this small bistro in the South End to enjoy award winning French Cuisine in a stylish setting.


241 Hanover Street
+1 (617) 248-6800
Experience this upscale Italian Restaurant located in the historical North End of Boston.

The Capital Grille

Broad & Chestnut Streets
+1 (215) 545-9588
Boasts an atmosphere of power dining and relaxed elegance. Serves classic steak-house offerings and features an award-winning wine list. $$$

Fire & Ice

31 St. James Avenue
Phone: 617.482.3473
Create your own grilled combo meal and watch the cook prepare it on the circular grill. Good venue for larger groups.

Grill 23

161 Berkeley Street
+1 (617) 542-2255
Create your own grilled combo meal and watch the cook prepare it on the circular grill. Good venue for larger groups.

Legal Seafoods

Park Square - 26 Park Plaza
+ (617) 426-4444
some of Boston's finer seafood at this informal and casual venue.


774 Boylston Street
+1 (617) 262-3023
Sophisticated and modern New England-French cuisine, with an emphasis on artisanal and New England ingredients.


223 Columbus Avenue
+1 (617) 867-9300
This trendy, sophisticated Boston hot-spot offers memorable French cuisine.

Parish Café

361 Boylston Street
+1 (617) 247-4777
Simple, causal American fare – a menu created from top chefs from around Boston. Parish Café boasts an impressive craft beer selection, and an outdoor patio.

Post 390

406 Stuart Street
+1 (617) 399-0015
Post 390 puts a contemporary twist on the traditional tavern experience, with seasonally inspired dishes.


8 High Street
Phone: 617.426.1234
Enjoy Michael Schlow's New French Cuisine at this sleek and trendy venue in the financial district.


222 Berkeley Street
+1 (617) 351-0400
Michael Schlow's newest venture is casual, fun, inviting, energized and energizing. Small plates and tapas, with a large tequila selection right next door.

Top of the Hub

52nd Floor of the Prudential Tower
+1 (617) 536-1775
Take in the city and skyline view of Boston from this elegant and romantic restaurant at the top of the Prudential Tower.


1357 Washington Street
+1 (617) 423-0555
The South End's eclectic venue offers New American Cuisine.

Local attractions

You can find it all in Boston - History, Culture, Museums, fun abounds!

The Freedom Trail

As one of America's first historic walking tours, The Freedom Trail takes the visitor to 16 historical sites in two to three hours, while covering two and a half centuries of America's past. A red brick line or a painted line connects the historical sites for those who want a leisurely tour experience.

Duck Tours

A renovated World War II amphibious landing vehicle will take you on a journey to all the places that make Boston the birthplace of freedom - from the State House to Bunker Hill and the Fleet Center to trendy Newbury Street, also stopping at the historical Quincy Market.

Swan Boat Rides in the Public Garden

Enjoy a leisurely ride in some of the pedal propelled boats maneuvered around and under the bridge in the pond. The bridge in the Public Garden is the world's smallest suspension bridge.

Museum of Fine Arts

Visit one of the finest art museums in the United States. Enjoy the Monet and John Singer Sargent exhibits along with some of the finest early American art and artifacts and collections of Asian, Egyptian and Impressionist art.

Museum of Science

Within this museum are a planetarium, an IMax movie theater and a two-story Van de Graaf generator, capable of producing 2.5 million volts of electricity. These and the hundreds of other exhibits make this museum one of Boston's top attractions.

New England Aquarium

The New England Aquarium located on the Central Wharf provides an underwater experience of Boston's waterfront. Pet the sea lions, visit with the penguins or watch an IMax movie at the theater adjacent to the aquarium entrance.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's preeminent collection contains more than 2,500 paintings, sculptures, tapestries, furniture, manuscripts, rare books and decorative arts. The galleries house works by some of the most recognized artists in the world, including Titian, Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Raphael, Botticelli, Manet, Degas, Whistler and Sargent.


From quaint neighborhood shops and designer boutiques on Newbury Street to large upscale shopping malls, we have many ways to spend your hard earned dollars. Remember no sales tax on clothing in MA .

Prudential Center Shopping

Shop until you drop at this Boston plaza on Boylston Street. Experience the Prudential Skywalk and browse in Saks Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, The Sharper Image, Alpha Omega, French Connection or even catch a movie in the cinemas located within the mall. Afterwards, dine at Legal Seafoods, The Cheesecake Factory, Marche Movenpick, or the lavish restaurant on the top of the Prudential Center-Top of the Hub.

Shopping on Newbury Street

Walk the fashionable Newbury Street visiting high-end retail stores and some of Boston's full service first class day spas and salons.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Located in the heart of downtown Boston, this 250 year old marketplace is one of Boston's largest attractions for shopping, dining, and entertainment. Walk on the historic cobblestone paths, see the various street performers, and experience the world's first "fleet" of 43 wholly unique pushcarts featuring New England artisans and their fabulous wares.


Attend a sporting event and experience enthusiastic Bostonians cheer on their hometown athletes especially the hometown favorites, the New England Patriots!

Boston Red Sox (MLB)

Fenway Park
+1 (877) RedSox.9

New England Patriots (NFL)

Gillette Stadium
+1 (800) 543-1776

Boston Bruins (NHL)

Fleet Center
+1 (617) 931-2222

Boston Celtics (NBA)

Fleet Center
+1 (617) 854-8088

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