Go see the Red Sox play at historic Fenway Park
Sitting at 4 Yawkey Way in Boston, Massachusetts is historic Fenway Park. This park provides plenty of things to do including tours, concerts, and of course the Boston Red Sox. Having since ended, the Red Sox had sold out every game between May 15, 2003 and April 10, 2013, in total it was 794 regular season home games and 820 including post-season home games). In 2008, the park set a Major League Baseball record with its 456th consecutive sold out Red Sox game. Try purchasing Single Game tickets for a Red Sox game if they are playing at home.
Address: 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215
Stop for lunch at the Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Faneuil Hall is one place in Boston that will contain a great mix of both tourists and locals. Due to the high amount of things to do such as shopping, sightseeing, and grabbing lunch at one of the dozens of local eateries visitors will have more then enough to stay occupied. Located in Government Center, near the waterfront, Faneuil Hall has served as both a marketplace and a meeting hall since 1742. We recommend heading into Quincy Market, at the heart of Faneuil Hall, for lunch after a morning spent shopping.
Address: 1 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston, MA 02109
Visit the Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA)
Located in the South Boston Seaport District, this art museum was originally founded as the Boston Museum of Modern Art in 1936. Its primary mission was to exhibit modern and contemporary art. The Boston Museum of Modern Art has since gone through multiple name changes as well as moving its galleries and support spaces over 13 times. The Institute of Contemporary Arts current home was recently built in 2006 and has quickly become one of the must-see things to do in Boston.
Address: 100 Northern Ave, Boston, MA 02210
Take a walk down Newbury Street in the Back Bay
The hub of the Back Bay in Boston, Newbury Street serves many high-end, luxury retailers and restaurants. Running from the Boston Public Garden to Massachusetts Ave (or Mass Ave), Newbury Street is lined with hundreds of retailers and restaurants that are frequented by both tourists and locals alike. Spend an afternoon walking Newbury Street to experience what high-end Boston has to offer. You will definitely find plenty of things to do on one of the “Most expensive streets in the World.”
Eat an authentic Italian dinner in the North End
This small neighborhood in Boston is the oldest residential community and features many things to do. The North End is comprised mostly of Boston’s Italian American population and this is quite evident when walking down Hanover Street and seeing all the Italian Restaurants and Cafe’s. As you walk through the North End you can visit the Old North Church built in 1723 and the Paul Revere House built in 1680. Once you have had a chance to see these landmarks you can stop in to Mike’s Pastry to pick up their famous desserts and pastries.