Boston Attractions and Sightseeing
Boston Duck Tour Photo Gallery
Boston Duck Tours are a fun way to see this historic city. What's a Duck Tour? You'll tour Boston's roads and waters in a "Duck," a World War II-era amphibious vehicle. Your tour guide will probably tell a few jokes that will quack you up, too.
Readers' Favorite Boston Sights
Favorite Boston sights to visit, as shared by readers of About.com's New England Travel site.
Boston Celebrates the Freedom Trail's 50th Year
Boston celebrates the Freedom Trail's 50th anniversary in 2008. The Freedom Trail--a two-and-a-half-mile walking tour that connects 16 significant Boston landmarks--turns 50 in 2008, and with 50 events planned to mark the anniversary, plus new thematic tours, art exhibits and special hotel packages, there's never been a better time than this...
Boston Discount Programs for Travelers
These Boston discount programs for travelers will save you money on your Boston vacation.
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: Highlights of the MFA's Art of the Americas Wing
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston's Art of the Americas Wing opened in November 2010. On this MFA photo tour, you'll see highlights of the collections displayed in the new wing devoted to American art treasures.
Boston Cell Phone Tour - Talking Street Cell Phone Tour of Boston Features Steven Tyler of Aerosmith
Boston Cell Phone Tour: Visiting Boston? Aerosmith lead singer and Massachusetts native Steven Tyler is at your call to show you around town. At your cell phone call, that is, with the Talking Street cell phone tour of Boston.
Tomb Boston - 5 W!TS Opens Interactive Egyptian Themed Adventure Attraction...
Tomb Boston: Boston's newest attraction will test your wits.
Boston Tours - The Most Unique Tours of Boston
Boston Tours: Looking for a unique way to see Boston? Whether you're planning your first trip to Boston or you want to see the city in a whole new way, here are my picks for the most unique tours of Boston.
Must-See Sights in Boston - Top Attractions in Boston Massachusetts
What are the must-see sights in Boston? For first-time visitors or others who have only spent a short stay in Boston, here is New England travel writer Kim Knox Beckius's picks for the 10 must-see attractions in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dreams of Freedom
From your About Guide, Boston is second only to Ellis Island as a gateway to America for immigrants. The city's newest attraction, Dreams of Freedom, celebrates this legacy.
Freedom Trail: Walk the Line
From your About Guide, walking The Freedom Trail is one of the best ways to get acquainted with Boston and to see the city's landmarks. Here's a guide to this 2.5-mile route through Boston. Don’t want to wear out your sneakers? Come along on a virtual Freedom Trail tour.
Great Deal: Boston Citipass
From your About Guide, Citipass offers discounted admission to six popular Boston sites.
See Sam Brew
From your About Guide, tour the Samuel Adams Brewery in Boston and sample the beers named after the American brewer and patriot.
You Otter Go... to the Aquarium!
From your About Guide, want to see sea lions smile and penguins play? Then you otter head to the New England Aquarium in Boston, one of the city's perpetually popular family attractions. Here's a travel guide and a virtual tour of the Aquarium, too.
New England Holocaust Memorial
From About, 20th Century History Guide Jennifer Rosenberg takes you off of the Freedom Trail to visit this often overlooked Boston landmark.
Boston Adventures Sightseeing Tours
Choose from nine sightseeing adventures including a Boston Scavenger Hunt, Whale Watches, an Irish Pub Crawl, and the Boston Strangler Tour.
Boston Duck Tours
What's a Duck Tour? Good question! You'll tour Boston's roads and waters in a "duck," a World War II-era amphibious vehicle.
Boston for Visitors
Everything you need to know, from the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Boston Tours will take you to the important historic sites and attractions in Boston, Charlestown, and Cambridge aboard a 20 passenger, air-conditioned motorcoach.
Boston's Black Heritage Trail
This 1.6-mile walk takes in important sites related to Boston's black community in the 19th century. Learn about the trail with this online guide from the Museum of Afro American History Boston.
Fenway Park Guided Tours
The Green Monster and historic Fenway Stadium have been a Boston sports landmark since 1912! Guided tours of the Red Sox ballpark are available all year long.
Go Boston Card
Here's a good deal for Boston visitors. Purchase the Go Boston Card online or at participating outlets in the city, and you'll receive free admission to 31 popular Boston attractions, a two-day trolley pass, shopping and dining discounts and a 132-page pocket guide to Boston. One-, two-, three- and five-day cards are available.
John Hancock Observatory
Spectacular views of Boston and great multimedia programs draw visitors to New England's tallest building.
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
Boston, MA - The President's life and legacy are depicted in permanent and special exhibitions.
Museum of Science
Boston, MA - More than 400 hands-on exhibits from a to z... astronomy to zoology, that is! Fun for the whole family.
The Paul Revere House
Paul Revere was the quintessential patriot, and you can visit the small wooden house in Boston's North End from which he departed on his legendary ride.
Boston Travel Guide
More resources for planning your trip to Boston and Cambridge, Massachusetts. Find and reserve lodging, design an itinerary that's perfect for you and your traveling companions and discover all of the treats the city is known for, plus a few less-well-known Boston haunts, too.