Our insider guide to a few of our favorite things in Boston
- Saltie Girl
A standout spot on Newbury Street serving up raw, fried, smoked and tinned fish in a stylish setting full of bold colors and flavors!
Tiffani Faison's Italian-American cuisine in a glamorous space in The Fenway. Food delish and ambiance amazing.
- Row 34
Shucked oysters served by the bounty in this stylish brick-and-wood setting in The Seaport.
Classic sushi offerings alongside new, edgy dishes that will delight your taste buds.
- Time Out Market
The best of Boston, all under one roof in heart of Fenway. Hand selected assortments of the best cuisine and culture, including spaces for live cooking classes.
A South End hot spot with a delectable tapas-style menu that can only be matched by their innovative and eye-catching cocktails.
- Boston Children's Museum
Fun and educational for the whole family. Kids can perform in live theatre at Kids On Stage. A great rainy day activity!
- Institute of Contemporary Art
Get ready to be inspired.
- Boston Public Library
The third largest library in the United States with over 24 million items, offering educational and cultural enrichment free to residents, through its collections, services, programs and spaces.
- Boston Athenaeum
One of Boston's hidden gems and a designated National Historic Landmark, take a peep inside one of the oldest and most esteemed private libraries in the United States. Get lost in the spiral staircases, rows of leather bound books and stone statues.
- Isabella Stewart Gardener Museum
The scene of the famous heist but most importantly, a visionary home filled with European, Asian and American sculptures, paintings and tapestries.
- Museum of Fine Arts
Founded in 1870 and now with over 500,000 works of art and new galleries that are constantly rotating.
- Charles River/Esplanade
Paths for walking, biking or jogging, with incomparable views of the city. Rent a kayak or catch a concert at the Hatch Memorial Shell.
- Boston Common and Public Garden
A central 50 acre public park with vendors, events and activities such as concerts, softball games and ice skating on Frog Pond.
- 60 Seaport Blvd
So much fun in just one building - catch a flick a the Icon Theatre, knock down some pins at Kings or get a bullseye at Flight Club.
- Fenway Park
One of America's oldest ballparks and home to Boston's beloved Red Sox, Fenway draws large crowds for games, concerts and other events held at the stadium.
- Laugh Boston
Stand-up and improv comedy aside clever cocktail names and endless laughter!
- Jillians and Lucky Strike
A billiards hall atop a bowling alley with a full arcade and ping pong tables - what could be more fun?
- Newbury Street
It's impossible to walk the entire length without stopping into a handful of the shops and restaurants - a collection of national brands and boutique experiences.
- Jeanne Lee Salon
Her pedicure is as good as going to a podiatrist, all in a private salon on Newbury Street.
- Saks Fifth Avenue
Brands not typically found in Boston are available here and the personal shoppers in the Fifth Avenue Club will attend to your every need.
A beautifully edited collection of gorgeous clothes. Allow Leslee to style you...she can transform an outfit from "blah" to "ah" in a matter of minutes!
- The Current
Always changing and ever evolving boutique shops can be found in this pop-up village off Seaport Blvd.
- Restoration Hardware
A three level museum-like experience featuring stunning furniture and curated staging.
- Core de Vie
Pilates, Gyrotonics and Power Plate in a fantastic studio nestled on Charles Street.
- Beacon Hill Chocolates
Victorian-vibe storefront featuring both local staples and rare chocolate varietals from around the globe.