The oldest, most famous, most beloved ballpark in America. Home of the Boston Red Sox. An absolute must-visit for tourists and locals alike. Packed with history, nostalgia, and America's pastime Read more.
Built in 1897, the Hotel Buckminster has played an interesting role in Boston's history. Bills itself as "Boston's only true budget hotel." Read more.
Designed by the famous Frederick Law Olmsted, the Emerald Necklace consists of 9 parks linked by waterways and parkways. Walking and biking paths are abundant, and annual events are held in all nine. Read more.
One of the nation's largest art institutions. With a collection of nearly half a million objects and over 1 million yearly visitors, the MFA is a wonderful place in Boston to spend a day (at least!) Read more.
One of Boston's most beloved institutions. Filled with more than 2,500 pieces, and home to mesmerizing courtyard filled year-round with flowers. Read more.
The newest addition to Lansdowne Street, the House of Blues has a musical headliner almost every night of the week. A full bar and restaurant serving up southern-inspired cuisine also rock. Read more.
70,000 square feet and 3 stories of entertainment. Pool hall, bowling alleys, dance club, and restaurant. Read more.
New comics arrive every Wednesday, and the store carries a huge selection of indie and self-published titles, as well as an extensive manga and graphic novel collection. Read more.
Specializes in Boston sports memorabilia and vintage coins. Though tiny, it boasts the largest collection of Celtics, Bruins, Red Sox, and Patriots souvenirs in the city. Read more.
To buy, sell, or trade music, this is the place to go. Rare titles and out of print records are common here. A repository of pop culture. Read more.
If you want a stunning view of Fenway while you eat and drink, this is your place. Located right under Fenway's center field bleachers, Bleacher Bar is open in the off season, too. Read more.
Specializes in a changing assortment of 16 beers. The burgers are enormous and the appetizers are mouth-watering. All only a curveball's distance from Fenway Park. Read more.
A rarity - a British pub in Boston - Cornwall's is a great place for a big old plate of bangers n' mash. Equally exciting is the pub's assortment of board games. Enjoy a meal, play a game. Read more.
One of the fanciest restaurants in Kenmore Square. If you’re feeling adventurous, try the butter-poached escargot or crispy frogs’ legs. Read more.
Known for a knowledgeable staff and innovative cocktail list, the raw bar is the undeniable main attraction. Not cheap by any means, but a great place for a celebratory dinner. Read more.
The place to go if you're craving a warm, spicy curry. Dinner for two and dinner for four are a good choice for those who have trouble deciding what to order! Read more.
The place to go for a truly French experience. Try the soupe à l’oignon gratinée and the escalopes de venison with blueberries and foie gras. And leave room for pastries! Read more.
Easy on your wallet and delicious on your taste-buds, Easy Burger is named after a line from Pulp Fiction. Try the Big Kahuna burger, another Pulp Fiction reference. Open til 2 A.M. nightly. Read more.
Sweet Cheeks offers authentic southern BBQ with locally-sourced, smoked meats alongside a variety of their homemade sauces. The real draw? The fluffy biscuits with creamy honey butter. Read more.
This intimate 18-seat bar gives off a homey vibe & was listed on the CNN Eatocracy top 10 picks of new bars in America. Co-owner Jackson Cannon is one of the finest mixologists in the city. Read more.
This beer bar offers more than 16 rotating drafts and 150 bottles, plus some limited and rare beers, and if you want something they don’t have, ask and they might get it for you. Read more.
This tavern offers the unique experience of a family-style pig roast. Available for groups of 10+, the meal begins with assorted shellfish & ends with a slow roasted (for 14 hours) whole suckling pig. Read more.