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Pabu Boston0.2 MILES AWAY
Old State House0.2 MILES AWAY
This beautifully preserved circa-1713 building was the center of state and city government for centuries. You’ll also pass the site of the Boston Massacre outside on Devonshire Street.
City Brew Tours
Experience Boston’s expansive craft brew scene in this popular all-inclusive tour. Tours include beer tastings, brewery tours, food pairings, and transportation.
The region’s largest arena for sports, concerts, and more, TD Garden hosts more than 200 events each year and is an easy walk from our downtown Boston location. Don’t have time to eat before you head out? Three on-site restaurants have you covered.
New England Aquarium
We’re literally a five-minute walk from the home of thousands of aquatic creatures in a four-story coral reef and other exhibits. There are also an IMAX and a whale watch cruise for separate or combo admission. For basic admission, you can buy tickets online and redeem them with your mobile.
Antico Forno0.5 MILES AWAY
Illustrations of Italy dot the walls in this traditional Neapolitan pizzeria, which serves brick-oven pies as well as authentic Italian entrees like linguine al frutti di mare.
Neptune Oyster House0.5 MILES AWAY
It’s no secret that this is one of the city’s best high-end seafood restaurants, so expect a wait around peak dinner hours. Come for the raw bar, the buttered lobster rolls, and the clam chowder.
Old North Church1.0 MILES AWAY
According to legend, Paul Revere’s midnight ride kicked off when he saw two lanterns hanging in this church. Built in 1723, this Georgian church is the oldest in Boston.
The Paul Revere House1.0 MILES AWAY
A stop along the Freedom Trail, discover the carefully preserved house museum of Paul Revere. Stop by to see artifacts from his life, exhibits focused on his legendary midnight ride, and a gift shop.
Freedom Trail Tours0.2 MILES AWAY
Take a walk through Boston’s revolutionary history and explore the wealth of historical landmarks the city has to offer – by foot. Each tour is lead by an experienced 18th century costumed guide.
Kamakura0.2 MILES AWAY
Faneuil Hall0.3 MILES AWAY
Often called “the Cradle of Liberty,” this 1742 marketplace is one of the nation’s top tourist attractions. Once the site of major speeches by Samuel Adams and other historic figures, today it hosts over 70 retailers and food stalls.
Quincy Market0.5 MILES AWAY
Three historic market buildings (dating to 1826) host hundreds of local shops, ranging from candy stores to big-brand retailers to pushcarts manned by local artists.