Boston and Plymouth
Boston and Plymouth - A day tour up to Plymouth or Boston is highly recommended when you’re visiting Cape Cod! We recommend any of the stops below.
- Fenway Park https://www.mlb.com/redsox/ballpark America’s most loved ballpark with a 100 year history and home of the Red Sox!
- Boston Common and Public Garden https://www.boston.gov/parks/public-garden Visit America’s oldest public park, the common, established in 1634. Two centuries later, the gardens were created. The commons and gardens are filled with monuments, beautiful meandering paths and floral displays.
- Faneuil Hall Marketplace https://faneuilhallmarketplace.com/ Not only does the marketplace have wonderful local artisans selling their creations, it also showcases world class street performances and a multitude of dining establishments.
- Newbury Street http://www.newbury-st.com/ Boston's Newbury Street has something for everyone. Enjoy eight blocks of the areas finest shopping, restaurants and art galleries.
- The Freedom Trail https://www.thefreedomtrail.org/ Visit the website to view the historic sights along the Freedom Trail and to discover the numerous walking tours oﬀered.
- Old North Church https://oldnorth.com/oldnorthhistory/ Built in 1723 and then in 1775 this is where the lanterns were held high to signal Paul Revere that the British were coming! It was the very next day that the Revolutionary war began.
- Paul Revere House https://www.paulreverehouse.org/ Visit downtown Boston’s oldest home, built in 1680 and owned by Paul Revere when he made his famous ride through the streets of Boston.
- Old South Meeting House http://www.oldsouthmeetinghouse.org/ The primary meeting house for the political gathering of revolutionary Boston.
- Beacon Hill https://www.boston.gov/neighborhood/beacon-hill Home to the Massachusetts State House and many historic buildings. Truly a place frozen in time.
- Old State House Museum https://museumsofboston.org/portfolio-item/old-state-house-museum/
- Museum of Fine Arts https://www.mfa.org/ Collections range from ancient to modern, with exhibits from around the globe.
- Museum of Science https://www.mos.org/ Many exhibits are interactive and fun for all ages. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum https://www.gardnermuseum.org/
- John F Kennedy Presidential Museum and Library https://www.jfklibrary.org/ Dedicated to one of Massachusetts most famous residents, our 35th President of United States. Many exhibits are specifically directed towards President Kennedy, his legacy and members of his family.
- Boston Seaport District https://www.bostonseaport.xyz/ The revitalization of the seaport district has brought many changes! Shopping, restaurants, luxury hotels, art displays and beautiful views of the waterfront beckon many visitors each year.
- New England Aquarium https://www.neaq.org/ The New England Aquarium is home to thousands of aquatic animals. Animals interacting with their trainers and visitor encounter programs are just a few of the many things to see and do.
- USS Constitution Ship and Museum https://ussconstitutionmuseum.org/visit/museum-ship/ Visit “Old Ironsides” and stroll the museum that pays homage to the undefeated saliors.
- Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum https://www.bostonteapartyship.com/ Voted the “#1 Patriotic Attraction” by USA Today. Experience the sights and sounds of the re-enactments and view the full size replicas of the ships.
- Boston’s North End Italian Restaurants
- https://www.travelandleisure.com/trip-ideas/best-italian-restaurants-bostons-north-end Authentically prepared
- Italian fare from some of the best Italian Restaurants in the country!