From sports to the arts, there's something for everyone. Enjoy all that Boston and the area has to offer, most within walking distance or a short ride on public transportation.
Designed with stunning architecture, the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) delivers superior service and state-of-the-art technology for a variety of public and private events. A short half-mile walk down Summer Street, the BCEC is also accessible by local bus and Silver Line: Waterfront service.
The home of the World Champion Boston Celtics and Boston Bruins and concert venue, Boston Garden is located within the North Station Transportation Hub and boasts a sports museum.
A National Park area, Boston Harbor Islands is minutes away from the city, yet worlds apart. Explore historic sites, watch wildlife, hike, kayak, picnic, fish, swim, camp, and much more.
Today, after 90 years, Boston Children's Museum exists to help children understand and enjoy the world in which they live. As an early museum experience for children, our environment is informal, but our purpose is serious.
Home to Boston’s beloved Red Sox, Fenway Park is one of the oldest ballparks in the nation and is open for tours. Come see the Green Monster, the famous scoreboard and learn about the legends.
Founded in 1936 as The Boston Museum of Modern Art, the museum was conceived as a laboratory where innovative approaches to art could be championed. For more than a half century, the ICA has presented contemporary art in all media - visual arts, film, and video, performance and literature - and created educational programs that encourage an appreciation for contemporary culture.
Dive into the world of water without getting wet at the New England Aquarium. Explore vibrant coral reefs, from the Bahamas and the tropical Pacific to temperate Australia. Meet the lionfish and the stonefish, some of the most poisonous fishes in the sea.
Dazzling water and city views are the backdrop for the Seaport World Trade Center which hosts a variety of special events, exhibits and trade shows.