• • • Things to do in Beverly, MA • • •
This museum in historic Concord houses one of the oldest and most treasured collections of Americana in the country. Come visit the gateway to Concord’s remarkable revolutionary and literary history.
Amesbury Playhouse– The only true dinner theater in New England that is open year round. We’ve been providing great plays, shows and events with delicious (large) meals at an affordable price for over 35 years! There is nothing else like it!
Addison Gallery of American Art– One of the most comprehensive collections in the world, including some 16,750 objects spanning the 18th century to the present. In a typical year, the Addison presents approximately twelve shows, including both permanent collection installations and major traveling exhibitions, carefully balanced to represent a wide range of art, across time and media.
The Butterfly Place– An indoor living environment which has been carefully designed for the propagation and development of some of nature’s most colorful living creations.
Local things to do in Danvers, MA:
CoCo Key Water Resort- Wouldn’t it be great to be able to get away to the tropical islands any time you want without having to leave Massachusetts? Now you can, at CoCo Key Water Resort, Danvers Largest Indoor WaterResort.
Endicott Park – Recreation activities for all ages abound, ranging from hiking, fishing, picnicking and enjoying the playground in the warmer months, to sledding, cross country skiing, and snowshoeing in the winter.
Hammond Castle Museum – John Hays Hammond, Jr. built his medieval-style castle between the years 1926 and 1929 to serve both as his home and as a backdrop for his collection of Roman, medieval, and Renaissance artifacts.
Monster Mini Golf – Monster Mini Golf is an exciting indoor monster themed glow in the dark 18 hole miniature golf course that offers a host of family-oriented fun activities at every turn. This is not your average putt putt golf course!
Count Orlok’s Nightmare Gallery – Journey into the history of Horror Cinema. This museum is a tribute to Horror, Sci Fi and Fantasy Films. Actors, Directors and Special Effects artists are all honored here!
New England Pirates Museum – The most fun-filled place in Salem. The unique and little-known history of New England sea-robbers comes alive at the Pirate Museum. Relive the adventures of Captains Kidd and Blackbeard, who roamed freely offshore plundering merchant ships.
Salem Willows – Amusement games and children’s rides; ocean views, harbor cruise. Historic 1866 carousel. Modern video arcade. Kiddie rides & classic Skeeball. Prizes and treasures. Vintage pinball machines.
Schooner Thomas E. Lannon – Picture yourself relaxing on the deck of this beautiful 65-foot schooner as she sails out of Gloucester harbor on a light southwesterly. Go for a two hour sail and get a taste for what it was like to sail on a fishing schooner a hundred years ago.
The House of Seven Gables – Discover 330 years of Salem’s history as you experience this museum and collection of historic buildings. Professional guides will warmly greet you for an unforgettable historical experience.
Amesbury Sports Park – Big Thrills, Big Hills! Winter and summer tubing make for year-round excitement! Also features the OGO ball, a large plastic sphere that you can roll down a hill inside of.
Salisbury Beach – There is something fun for everyone at Salisbury Beach. Beautiful beaches, bike and walking trails, as well as other family activities, eateries, and more. Also the site of various concerts, and festivals.
Checkered Flag Indoor Karting – This 30,000 square foot indoor facility is designed for intense racing, family fun. The place to race in Merrimack Valley! Strap on your helmet and drive!
Drawbridge Puppet Theater – The Drawbridge Puppets continue to delight children and their families right here in Lunenburg.
Pioneer Village: Salem in 1630 – Step back in time to 17th century New England at Salem’s oldest living history museum. Discover Salem 1630: Pioneer Village. It is a recreation of the English colony established by Roger Conant and his intrepid band of settlers. From these humbling beginnings the seeds of Revolution were planted.
Marblehead Museum & Historical Society – More than 200 privately owned colonial period homes and buildings preserve the unique qualities of this New England fishing port and harbor.
National Heritage Museum – Exhibits ranging from traditional stories on Paul Revere, George Washington and the American Revolution to non-traditional stories such as Route 66, diners, neon signs, or even doing laundry in America. Focusing on the rich diversity of American life across four centuries–how we as a people have worked and played, struggled and achieved.
North Shore Music Theatre – Sit back and enjoy a wonderful evening with one of these musicals. Since 1955, NSMT has become one of the most attended theatres in New England, with approximately 250,000 patrons annually.
Salem Wax Museum – This compelling museum is composed of eerily life-like London made wax figures that depict Salem’s vivid history from its founding in 1626 through the terrifying Hysteria of 1692.
Salem Witch Museum – Takes you back to Salem 1692. Visitors are given a dramatic history lesson using stage sets with life-size figures, lighting and a narration – an overview of the Witch Trials of 1692.
Cape Ann Whale Watch – New England whale watching tours. Home of the Hurrican II. The Largest and Fastest Gloucester Whale Watching Vessel North of Boston.
Wenham Museum – A museum of family life, the Wenham Museum invites visitors of all ages to explore how people lived, dressed, worked and played from the 17th century to today. The museum features the Claflin-Richards House, international doll collection, model and toy-train exhibit, toy soldiers and a play and learn room.
Peabody Essex Museum – The place to come for enjoyment, enrichment, sharing with family and friends, and creative stimulation. Dozens of exhibits with hundreds of works of art to view and enjoy.
Nashoba Valley Olympia– Public skating sessions offer individuals and families the opportunity for fun, healthful recreation and exercise. Ice skating, figure skating, and hockey.
Battleship Cove – For over thirty years, Battleship Massachusetts has welcomed visitors of all ages. The historic naval ships, military exhibits, and related memorabilia tell the stories of brave sailors and their proud fighting days long ago. Walk where these sailors fought, man the guns they used to defend our freedom, or try on a Navy bunk for size!
Cap’n Barnacles Mini Golf – An 18 hole Championship Mini Golf course, providing fun for the whole family.
Carousel Family Fun Centers – Specializes in providing a clean, safe, really cool, colorful, family friendly environment and offers a full array of fun including roller skating, arcades and so much more.
Edaville USA – Edaville’s rides generally are designed for parents and children to enjoy together. Family fun on all of the rides, as well as the Narrow Gauge Railroad.
Fuller Craft Museum – A dynamic environment where craft is experienced through exhibitions, education, outreach and collaboration. It explores the materials, techniques and artistic expression that challenge the perception of craft, while honoring the achievements of the past.
Kreative Kidz Theatre – Now there is a performing arts theatre where the only performers are children.
New Bedford Art Museum – Here to help you to understand and appreciate art. Take a stroll through several beautiful galleries and learn from the experienced staff.
Pilgrim Hall Museum – The oldest continuously operating public museum in the nation, a gallery museum that uses the actual 17th century Pilgrim possessions – the cradle of Peregrine White, the bible of William Bradford, the sword of Myles Standish – as well as Native American artifacts to tell the story of the Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony.
Plymouth Cruises – All cruises operate aboard Lobster Tales, a comfortable, 45-foot passenger vessel which sails from April – October. Offering unique cruises that are affordable and fun for all ages including Pirate Cruises, Lobster Excursions, Wine Tasting & Sunset Cruises.
New Bedford Whaling Museum – To help make history inviting and meaningful in everyday life, the Museum offers a dynamic and diverse schedule of programs and exhibits.
Buttonwood Park Zoo – The park and zoo encompass 97 acres in the west-central part of the city. The newly renovated zoo houses almost 150 animals of 35 different species including two Asian elephants, Emily and Ruth. The zoo reopened on August 12, 2000 after a major four-year renovation.
Capron Park Zoo – Dedicated to the professional management of animal species, and providing the public with educational programs and recreational activities. The zoo features animals from around the world, Asian rain forest, nocturnal building and more.
Children’s Museum of Easton – A ‘learning playground’ where parents and children explore, imagine, and learn about our everyday world. The museum sparks curiosity, encourages questions and fosters creativity in children and adults through it’s exhibits and programs. The Museum is a friendly place for children to explore.
Edaville USA/Railroad – Recreates the era when traveling was slower and the little things enjoyed a lot more. You’ll enjoy a 30 minute ride on America’s oldest authentic 2 foot, narrow gauge railway. Steam engines and diesel locomotives will pull passenger cars through 5 1/2 miles of beautiful Massachusetts landscape.
Attleboro Area Industrial Museum – The Museum collects and preserves the artifacts, photographs, documents, publications, tools, and machinery that relate to the industrial history of the Attleboro.
Hull Lifesaving Museum – The museum of Boston Harbor Heritage, preserves the region’s lifesaving tradition and maritime culture through collections, exhibits, experiential and interpretive education, research and service to others.
Paragon Carousel– The antique Paragon Carousel is the last vestige of Paragon Park and is a lasting reminder of the “Golden Age” of Hull, when the town was teeming with thousands of visitors each day in the summer for decades.
Plimoth Plantation– A living history museum founded in 1947. The museum has grown from one small re-created house on the Plymouth waterfront to include three major open-air exhibits-the 1627 Pilgrim village, Hobbamock’s Wampanoag Indian Homesite, Mayflower II and other facilities, exhibits and programs.
Ryan Family Amusement Center– Offers a clean, fun environment. This family entertainment center features bowling and a huge games room with the hottest, newest arcade games.
Whale Watching– Discover the great whales of the North Atlantic during a 4-hour Capt. John Boats Cape Cod whale watch adventure. Among the whale and marine mammal sightings are the Humpback Whale, Finback Whale, Minke Whale, Right Whale and Pilot whale, as well as dolphins, porpoises and seals. 10 Town Wharf Plymouth, MA 02360 • (508) 746-2643
RevolutionaryBoston at The Old State House – Explore the Old State House and travel back in time to 1770 in Boston on the verge of the Revolutionary War. See historic rooms, exhibits, art and enjoy guided tours.
Museum of Science – A museum dedicated to is to stimulate interest in and further understanding of science and technology and their importance for individuals and for society. 11 Science Park Boston, MA 02114 • (617) 723-2500
Skywalk Observatory – On the 50th floor of the Prudential Tower, enables visitors to discover all of Boston, from its founding to the present. It uses the panoramic views of the city as prompts to highlight people and sites, which make the city special. Twenty nine different exhibits present approximately 300 pieces of information that show what is behind the 360 degree view.
Colonial Theatre – The oldest continuously operating theatre in New England. Today the Colonial continues to present the best Broadway shows and world premieres using 21st Century technology surrounded by 19th Century elegance.
Suffolk Downs – When the Commonwealth of Massachusetts created the State Racing Commission in 1934 and legalized pari-mutuel wagering, the Eastern Racing Association wasted no time in constructing the state’s first Thoroughbred racetrack, which it named Suffolk Downs.
Stone Zoo – Features South American grasslands, North American plains an indoor aviary focused on conservation of wildlife and lots more. 149 Pond St Stoneham, MA 02180 • (781) 438-5100
Josia Quincy House – Built as a country estate in 1770, the Quincy House was originally surrounded by fields and pasture overlooking Quincy Bay. Its elegant architectural details, including a Chinese fretwork balustrade and classical portico.
Citi Performing Arts Center Wang Theatre – As New England’s largest cultural venue, it honors all aspects of the performing arts offering theatre, opera, classical and popular music, one-night engagements, international sporting events, and Broadway musicals.
Harvard Art Museums – While teaching and learning through direct contact with original works of art is central to the museums’ mission, the importance of the wider reach offered by technology cannot be overestimated.
Fenway Park – Visit the park where the Babe pitched, The Kid hit, Yaz dazzled and today’s stars still thrill Red Sox Nation. Though generations have come and gone, Fenway Park remains, much like it did the day it opened on April 20, 1912.
Boston Tours – See all the important sites and attractions that make Boston such a great city. Experience the many highlights of Boston, Charlestown and Cambridge.
United States Naval Shipbuilding Museum – Home to the USS Salem, the world’s only preserved Heavy Cruiser. Come see this and other incredible vessels.
Marino Lookout Farm – The oldest continuously working farm in the country; it was first deeded in the late 1600’s. The farm is a popular, family-oriented apple-picking working farm, with animal attractions, train rides, stagecoach rides and more. 89 Pleasant St S Natick, MA 01760 • (508) 651-1539
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum – Dedicated to the memory of our nation’s thirty-fifth president and to all those who through the art of politics seek a new and better world.
Boston Harbor Cruises – Since 1926, Boston Harbor Cruises has been the city’s premiere ticket to ride on Boston’s extraordinary harbor. Cruises include whale watching, exclusive harbor island ferries, sightseeing cruises, private charters, special events and more.
Beacon Hill – The famous Boston neighborhood of red brick sidewalks, cobblestoned streets, elegant townhomes, and gas street lamps. Take a walking tour and admire this historic neighborhood.
Boston Common – The oldest public park in the country and the starting point of the Freedom Trail. A great place to sit and relax or enjoy a picnic.
Boston Movie Tours – Boston is home to nearly 400 movies and tv shows. This tour enables guests to visit sites around Boston where these shows were filmed.
Boston Symphony Orchestra & Boston Pops – World renowned orchestra, presents more than 250 concerts annually at Symphony Hall. Specializing in classical music as well as popular show tunes and other classics.
Bunker Hill Monument – This monument stands 221 feet tall on Breed’s Hill, the site of the first major battle of the American Revolution on June 17, 1775.
Cheers – Located on Beacon Hill, this pub inspired the setting of the hit tv show “Cheers”. (617) 227-0150 • 1 S Market St Boston, MA 02109
Coit Observatory – Coit Observatory Located at Boston University, this observatory offers free stargazing each Wednesday after 8:30 pm throughout the spring and summer.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace/Quincy Market – Located in the heart of Boston, adjacent to the historic Faneuil Hall and close to many other historic attractions. You will find many places to shop and eat, as well as places for entertainment. One unique thing you will find here are street performers.
Frog Pond – Located at America’s oldest public park, the Frog Pond is a place to enjoy outdoor ice skating during the winter months. In the spring and fall, the pond becomes a reflecting pool. In July and August, the Frog Pond becomes a wading pool for youngsters.
Gillette Stadium – From November to January, you can catch an NFL New England Patriots game. This stadium also features the New England Revolution, the region’s major league soccer team.
Mary Baker Eddy Library – Explore the life of Mary Baker Eddy, who defied nineteenth-century thinking to become an influential religious leader, publisher, teacher and businesswoman. This museum also houses the famous Mapparium, a three-story, painted-glass globe.
New England Holocaust Memorial – This memorial was built to foster memory of one of the great tragedies of our time. The memorial features six luminous glass towers, each 54 feet high. The towers are lit at night. Located on the Freedom Trail.
Nichols House Museum – This four story town home was constructed in 1804 and is one of the earliest structures on Beacon Hill. This museum is open to the public and reflects the domestic life of a typical family of Beacon Hill at the turn of the last century.
Old Town Trolley Tours – Enjoy seeing the sites of Boston while riding in a trolley. You have the freedom to get on and off the trolley as often as you’d like; there’s always another trolley coming along soon. Also offers a Ghost and Gravestones tour.
Public Garden – Home of the oldest botanical garden in the United States. This park is also home to the famous Swan Boats.
TD Banknorth Garden – Catch a Boston Celtics basketball game at this stadium. The NHL Bruins also play here, as well as the New England professional indoor lacrosse team, the Boston Blazers.
The Freedom Trail – A 2.5 mile red-brick walking trail that will lead you to 16 nationally significant historic sites. A place to learn about the rich history of the American Revolution.
The Old North Church – This church is most known for the night Robert Newman climbed the steeple and held high two lanterns, which signaled Paul Revere to take his famous ride. This even sparked the American Revolution. This church is also the oldest standing church building in Boston.
Swan Boats – Gracing the waters of the Public Garden, these swan boats have been a part of Boston for 130 years. Enjoy a ride in the boats, open April thru September, weather permitting. 4 Charles St Boston, MA 02116 • (617) 522-1966
Mapparium – This world-famous, three-story, painted-glass globe is one of the key attractions at the Mary Baker Eddy Library. Walk through the inside of this unique globe.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum – Displays an art collection of world importance, including works that rank among the most significant of their type. The collection comprised of more than 2,500 objects.
Harvard Museum of Natural History – Presenting the incomparable collections of these parent museums and the research of scientists across the University, it has a mission to enhance public understanding and appreciation of the natural world and the human place in it, sparking curiosity and a spirit of discovery in people of all ages.
New England Wild Flower Society – Explore and study the fascinating world of native plants. Whether you are interested in conservation and restoration of natural areas, or in creating beautiful and diverse habitats for your home garden.
Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology – Founded in 1866, the Peabody Museum is one of the oldest museums in the world devoted to anthropology and houses one of the most comprehensive records of human cultural history in the Western Hemisphere.
Museum of African American History – Dedicated to preserving, conserving and accurately interpreting the contributions of African Americans in New England from the colonial period through the 19th century.
Larz Anderson Auto Museum – Home to “Americas oldest car collection”. For over 75 years, the Larz Anderson Auto Museum has been supporting the collector car community through a variety of educational programs, exhibits, and lectures. 15 Newton St Brookline, MA 02445 • (617) 522-6547
MIT Museum – Showcases the fascinating world of MIT, and inspires people of all ages about the possibilities and opportunities offered by science and technology.
Boston Children’s Theater – For 75 years, the corporation now known as Boston Children’s Theatre (BCT) has provided public services to the Boston Community. For the last 50 years, those activities have been devoted to children’s theatre- ‘Live Theatre for Children by Children .’ BCT is one of the oldest children’s theatrical organizations in the country.
Duck Tours – Land and water tour aboard a huge World War II Duck (amphibious vehicle) tours last about 80 minutes.
Museum of World War II – 10,000 square feet of display area, is described by London’s Imperial War Museum as “a…private collection containing the most comprehensive display of original World War II artifacts on exhibit anywhere in the world”.
Museum of Bad Art – The pieces in the MOBA collection range from the work of talented artists that have gone awry to works of exuberant, although crude, execution by artists barely in control of the brush.
Carriage House Paper Museum – The first floor of the Carriage House is an active papermaking studio. Its main focus is on the technology of hand papermaking, emphasizing the making of paper for specific purposes, including paper as the basis of art forms.
U.S.S. Constitution Museum – Located in Charlestown, the U.S.S. Constitution was launched in 1797 and served in the Navy of the fledgling United States. Today, the Constitution remains the world’s oldest fully commissioned warship afloat.
Franklin Park Zoo – Children and adults alike can experience hundreds of exotic animal species from around the world right in the middle of Boston! Explore the wonders of a tropical rainforest, the Australian outback, or the African Savannah in one of these exhibit areas.
Arnold Arboretum – Located at Harvard University, this arboretum has 265 acres of grounds filled with over 4000 types of trees. Open free to the public every day from sunrise to sunset.
Boston Fire Museum – The museum preserves and displays fire fighting memorabilia from the Greater Boston area. Located in the old firehouse on Congress Street since 1983. Dedicated to informing vistors about the history of fire fighting.
Boston Opera House – Located in the heart of the theatre district, this opera house first opened in 1928. It is New England’s premier spot for live entertainment.
Boston Public Library – Free tours of the nation’s first public library. Tours highlight the architecture and works of famed sculptors and painters.
Castle Island – This 22-acre park is connected to the mainland by pedestrian and vehicular causeways. The dominating feature of the island is Fort Independence, a granite fort built between 1834 and 1851.
Chinatown – The only historically Chinese area in New England. Centered on Beach Street, this neighborhood borders Boston Common, Downtown Crossing, and the South End. Enjoy many markets and restaurants.
Copley Place – Located in the historic Back Bay, a fabulous shopping destination with 75 stores. This upscale center includes two levels of shopping, restaurants, office space, parking spaces and two hotels.
French Cultural Center – Devoted to promoting the language and culture of France. Hosts events for children and adults.
Gibson House Museum – A historic house museum of the Back Bay. Filled with original possessions and furniture. Visitors get a glimpse of the lives of a well-to-do Boston family.
Harvard Square – Owned by Harvard University, the nation’s oldest institution, this square is a main part of campus. It offers dining, shopping, bookstores and historic sites.
Massachusetts State House Tours – Explore the oldest building on Beacon Hill. Free tours are offered Monday through Friday by reservation.
Newbury Street – Shop in some of Boston’s most chic and fashionable stores. Eight blocks filled with dining, boutiques, and salons.
Old South Meeting House – In 1773 this meeting house held the mass protest meetings that led to the Boston Tea Party. It has served as an active gathering place for discussion and a sanctuary for free speech.
Paul Revere House – Paul Revere’s home is still standing and is Boston’s oldest building. Paul Revere owned the home from 1770 to 1800. It is from this home in 1775 that Paul Revere left to set out on his journey that would make him a legend.
Sports Museum of New England – This museum showcases the history of sports in New England. 100 Legends Way Boston, MA 02114 • (617) 624-1234
Commonwealth Museum – The state museum of Massachusetts’ history and people. Cases display the Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights, “John Adams” Massachusetts Constitution of 1780, and unique royal charters. Another featured piece is the copper plate Paul Revere used to engrave his image of the Boston Massacre. Free Admission
Institute of Contemporary Art – Located on Boston’s waterfront, presents exhibitions and images of our time. Has shown works from Picasso, O’Keefe and Warhol. For the past 65 years, this museum has been the first to show many of the most inspired artists from around the world.
The Prudential Center – Features over 75 shops and restaurants. You can also find trolley tours and this shopping center.
Institute of Contemporary Art– The Institute strives to share the pleasures of reflection, inspiration, provocation, and imagination that contemporary art offers through public access to art, artists, and the creative process.
Old State House Museum– Within these walls, Samuel Adams, James Otis, John Hancock, and John Adams debated the future of the British colonies. The Declaration of Independence was proclaimed from the balcony.
Boston Children’s Museum– Exists to help children understand and enjoy the world in which they live. The Museum is the second oldest in the nation. The museum features a variety of interactive, hands-on exhibits that are great for children ages 10 and under. Some of the most popular are Climbing the Walls, Arthur’s World, Bubbles, and PlaySpace. 308 Congress St Boston, MA 02210 • (617) 426-6500
5 Water Street, Fall River, MA 02721 Phone: 508-678-1100
Book Browsing With No End in Sight
City That Lit the World
Hall of Fame at Patriot Place
Old Country Store Brings Back
Era of the Nickelodeon
Out in the Woods, in Sight of Boston
Peaceful Refuge for a Variety of Critters
Zeiterion Brings Great Theater
to Southern Massachusetts
Brewery Hums With Hospitality Year-Round
Brewster Serves Up Unique Shopping
Camelot on Cape Cod
Driving Our Dreams at Heritage
Dune and Beach Walks Near Provincetown
Incomparable Mosaic Art
It’s a Zoo; It’s an Aquarium = Zooquarium
No Telling What Nautical Oddities You May Find
Old-Time General Store is a Cape Cod Favorite
Relax By Rail to Cape Cod
Sea Gifts, From Scrimshaw to Decoys, and More
Sea Life in the Mudflats Offers a Close-Up Adventure
Try Truro — the Vineyard, That Is
Ancient Inn Still Welcomes Guests
Biking the Beautiful North Shore
Crane Property Is Luxurious, Indoors and Out
Daily Objects Reveal Their Secrets
at Textile History Museum
Get Ghostly in Salem
Lyman Brings the Outdoors Indoors
Accessories for the Home
Enjoy Polly’s Gardens
From Beer to Wine to Spirits
Cisco Brewers Covers the Map
Glass as Art
Let Us Go on a Quest
Griffin’s Perch Quest on the Crane Estate in Ipswich; Pinnacle Quest at Appleton Farms inHamilton; Hermit’s Haven Quest and Sweetbay Swamp Quest at Ravenswood Park inGloucester; Over the Bridge & Through the Years at Bird Park in Walpole; Eleanor’s Quest at the Bradley Estate in Canton; East Over Quest at the East Over Reservation inRochester; Menemsha Hills Quest on Martha’s Vineyard; Downtown Holyoke Quest atHolyoke; Bart’s Cobble Quest in Sheffield; and Mission House Mohican Quest inStockbridge.
Mission: To Surprise and Delight
All the Action of the Original Tea Party
All the World Loves the Irish … Especially in Boston
An Atlas, From the Inside
Artful Cinema at the Coolidge
Astonishing Nature Lessons
Blue Discoveries Family Days
Family Days in 2013 are March 10 (Octopus); April 21* (Earth Day Celebration); May18* (Whales); June 2* (World Oceans Day Celebration); July 13* (Harbor Exploration); August 11* (Sensational and Sustainable Seafood); September 21* (Sharks); October 12 (Seals); November 17 (Sea Turtles); and December 14 (Aqua Vets). Phone: 617-973-5200.
Blue, and Way Cool
Charles River Is a Natural Host
for Your Visit to Cambridge
Chocolate With a Long Heritage
Chuckle, Chuckle, Guffaw
Come Aboard Old Ironside
Quincy Chamber of Commerce
1400 Hancock Street, Suite 1A
Birthplace of the American Dream
History of Innovation
More Light for Art Lovers
Attractions in Boston
- New England Aquarium
- Beantown Trolley Tour
- Museum of Science
- Fenway Park Tour
- Paul Revere House
- Old State House Museum
- USS Constitution Cruise by Boston Harbor Cruises
- Museum of Fine Arts
- MIT Museum
- Boston Children’s Museum
Boston has 53 great attractions!