Boston is rich is tours & attractions that represent nearly 400 years of history. Explore Boston’s most significant sights & monuments, which symbolize the founding of our country and its values. Visitors to Boston can experience the vast diversity of sights that make Boston such a special destination.

Located North-East of downtown Boston, near the Boston Waterfront, Faneuil Hall has been a marketplace and popular meeting hall since 1743. It is comprised of four areas: Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, North Market and South Market. All four attractions are set around a cobblestone promenade where street entertainers gather during summer months and make for one of Boston’s liveliest areas to visit. Originally built in 1742 as a gift to the city by Peter Faneuil, Boston’s wealthiest merchant, this public… Read More
Home of the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park is located in the Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood, a twenty minute walk from our Inn. The park offers daily tours, available year-round, during rain, snow and sunshine. Various kinds of tours are available, ranging from Public Tours to Educational Tours and even Birthday Package Tours. Public Tours last 60 minutes and cover the history of the park; they also include history on the team, ball club and players. Tickets for public tours are available… Read More
An abundance of historically significant sites is part of what makes Boston one of the most sought-after destinations in the Unites States. For some 65 years, the Freedom Trail has captured the imagination of millions of people who continue to visit the city. It guides them through iconic locations that define Boston as an enduring stronghold of Revolutionary history; it narrates a story of courage and freedom. The trail is 2.5-miles (4 km) long, the path that crosses the city… Read More
Quincy Market is a historic marketplace, located within one of Boston’s well-known gathering, shopping and entertainment districts known as Faneuil Hall Marketplace. The market was built in 1826, as a mean to expand Faneuil Hall and provide additional shopping space due to Boston’s growing commercial demand. It was designed as an indoor pavilion with a complex of vendor stalls, which at the beginning hosted various grocers and produce vendors. Today, the market displays a diverse selection of food stalls, fast… Read More