We love Boston! There is so much to explore and taste you need a couple of days to really enjoy all Boston has to offer. Our top sights are: Fanueil Hall, a tour of Fenway Park (even if you are not a Red Sox fan this tour is very entertaining and informative), Freedom Trail, Old State House, Bunker Hill Monument, John Hancock Tower, Newbury Street, walking along the Charles River, USS Constitution Museum, a Celtics game at TD Garden, and enjoying a ride on the Swan Boats in the Boston Public Gardens.
2017 Bucket List:
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 25 Evans Way, (617)566-1401. This museum has wonderful events and exhibits throughout the year.
Cashunt Boston. This company provides private tours, games, and scavenger hunts for Corporate team bonding events, school trips, or private parties. It sounds like an absolutely hilarious time!
Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park, 15 State Street, Suite 1100, (617) 223-8666. Boston Light will be celebrating its 300th anniversary in 2016. Visit America's oldest light station or relax on the beach. I have always wanted to swim the Boston Light Swim which covers 8 miles and 7 islands...maybe this will be the year!