Boston, Massachusetts, is what many would consider an all-American town, with a long and rich history dating back to the country’s very founding! The city of Boston is so famous that it’s been the setting of many TV shows including Cheers, Boston Legal, and The Practice, and movies such as Good Will Hunting, The Town, and The Departed. Famous people from Boston include Leonard Nimoy, Matt Damon, and Uma Thurman, among many others!
While you might not see your favorite celebrity strolling Boston streets, there are lots of other attractions in and around the Greater Boston area, both indoors and out. If you’re looking to relocate to the city or are planning a visit, check out this quick list of things to see and do in Boston as early as this weekend.
If you ever watched the TV show Cheers, you know what the inside of many Boston-area pubs looks and feels like! Not your everyday bar, Boston pubs are known for offering an authentic early American look and feel, with some of those pubs even dating back to the American Revolution! If you’re looking to enjoy a cold brew and early Americana at the same time, consider a Boston pub crawl. Many such pubs are located close enough to each other and along the downtown area so that you can take a cab into the city and walk safely from pub to pub, getting some fresh air in between each stop and using another cab to get home at the end of the evening.
For something indoors and a bit more upscale, consider a visit to the Museum of Fine Arts. There you’ll find a wealth of attractions, from modern day impressionist works to ancient Egyptian artifacts and other treasures. The museum typically contains more than 450,000 pieces so you’ll never get bored or run out of collections when you visit.
If you and the family need something to do outdoors, head down to Boston Harbor. This water body offers sailing, fishing, a lighthouse, and many other attractions. You can enjoy a fine view of the city when on a chartered boat or sit and watch the shippers come in and out of the harbor. There are also several small islands around the harbor that you might explore when it’s time to walk around or enjoy a picnic.
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