CURATED ATTRACTIONS, THINGS TO DO, SEE and EAT.
Any history aficionado will feel right at home in Boston, one of the oldest cities in the U.S., brimming with patriotism and rich in culture. Pack shoes made for walking cobblestone and venture down Beantown’s historic avenues, to discover some of our favorite things to do, see, and eat.
Eight city blocks with every salon, boutique, and fine dining establishment your heart could desire. Located in Boston’s Back Bay neighborhood, Newbury Street runs from the Boston Public Gardens westward. With something for everyone, you can stroll this scenic shopper paradise with all your travel companions in tow.
Oak Bar at Fairmont Hotel
A perfect blend of modern style and classic sophistication, nestled within some of Boston’s most iconic architecture. The old-world wood vaulted ceilings and contemporary decor of the Oak Bar does not clash; as a matter of fact it seems to playfully pay tribute, while creating an open expressive environment. So, pull up a leather upholstered bar stool and request your favorite hard beverage from one of their skilled bartenders.
Founded in 1733, the brainchild of architect Henry Hobson Richardson, Trinity Church is an active house of worship to this day. But it doubles as one of Boston’s most well-known historical sites, providing locals and visitors alike with weekly tours, services, and events. Positioned at the far edge of Copley Square in the Back Bay, it is an easy stop if you’re already in the neighborhood exploring.
Not your average Italian restaurant, at Eataly Boston patrons step into a bustling European style marketplace that features counters selling everything from pastry to artisan olive oils and several restaurants serving up Italian food akin to that of the North End. Taking up three floors in the Prudential Center, it is a massive spread and a great spot for a shopping hiatus.
Boston Public Library
This one is for the history buffs, established in 1848, the Boston Public Library was the first free municipal library of its size. Sign-up for one of their public or private tours to revel in the impressive architectural history of the building and view precious works of art, by artists such as Daniel Chester French and John Singer Sargent.
Top of the Hub
Bask in a 360-degree view of the Boston city skyline, from 52 floors up, at the Top of the Hub restaurant. Floor-to-ceiling windows ensure that you won’t miss a thing happening in the bustling city below, and award-winning service and food promise an unforgettable dinner. Nowhere else but the top floor of the Prudential Tower can you enjoy a panoramic view of the city, in an environment with unmatched ambiance.