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Boston rocks! There’s so much to do in this easy-to-navigate city, you want to make every moment count. We‘re here to help with this pocket guide to the best Boston has to offer…and our exclusive I.V. services, should the Boston Marathon, a marathon night on the town, or any unforeseen bug lay you low!
Pick a pleasant weather day to explore the Common, a historic 50-acre downtown green dating from 1634, the oldest park in the US! Join Bostonians in unwinding to a host of leisurely activities amid a venue steeped in monuments to the past.
Boston Public Garden
Adjacent to the Common, the Public Garden beckons with its beautiful landscapes and plantings, famous Swan Boat rides and the renowned sculptural tribute to the classic children's story Make Way for the Ducklings. Fun for the entire family!
Up for a good walk? This 2.5 mile path through downtown Boston is a fascinating journey through early US history. Follow the red brick strip to see all 16 sites that celebrate American liberty. Including: Faneuil Hall, Bunker Hill Monument, Old Corner Bookstore, Ben Franklin Statue, Paul Revere House, USS Constitution, and more!
Bars, Bites & Buys
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Boston's epicenter of good eats and good times is replete with restaurants, watering holes, street performers, pushcarts, shops, and more. Encompassing Quincy Market and the renowned Food Colonnade, you'll never want for delectable international fare.
This charming mile-long parade of 19th Century brownstones, shops, eateries, galleries, and local flavor is not to be missed. Every day is a street fair in the Newbury shopping district with an eclectic assortment of goods, from luxury brands to bohemian fashion.
Arts & Culture
Museum of Fine Arts
One of the most treasure-laden art museums in the world, MFA boasts nearly 500,000 works of art, from ancient Egyptian to contemporary. Always popular are the special exhibitions, Art of the Americas Wing, and Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art.
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Schedule permitting, catch a concert by the BSO, one of Americas top symphony orchestras, at Symphony Hall, a US National Historic Landmark. BSO's principal musicians are world-renowned and its soaring musical programs critically acclaimed.
What's on Tap Today?
Guacamole and Margarita Cruise, anyone? Yoga in the Park? Ice skating on Frog Pond? There's always tons to do and The Boston Calendar is your go-to resource to find out what—whether today, next week, whenever you'll be there. Check it out!
Throngs of spectators line the streets to see throngs of world-class and qualifying runners compete in the world's oldest annual marathon, held on Patriots' Day, the third Monday in April. If you're running, count on The I.V. Doc to hasten your recovery!
Celtics, Bruins and Red Sox
Boston is a sports mecca where a pro basketball, hockey or baseball game is almost always on the schedule. If not, you can still take a guided tour of Fenway Park and its "Green Monster" year round, or enjoy a summer concert in this iconic ballpark.
This should keep you busy for a while. For complete information on what to do and how to get around in Boston, visit the city's Visiting Boston website.