Global Search

Set Current Location
Join
Sign Out
user image
My Profile
Sign Out
While we do our best to ensure the accuracy of our listings, some venues may be currently temporarily closed without notice. Please confirm status on the venue website before making any plans.
Category
All
Attractions
Museums
Theaters
Outdoors
Family Outings
Concert Venues
Sports
Historic Sites
Galleries
More

Filter
Child Friendly
Good for Groups
Historical
Provides Tours
Romance
Weird & Wonderful
$
$$
$$$
More

x
On-site Parking

Top Rated Attractions in Boston

Search Radius (Miles)
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum

President John F. Kennedy's memory is sacred in the minds of many Americans. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum, a glass pavilion designed by Chinese-American architect I.M. Pei, is dedicated to his memory. Visitors are transported back to the darkest days of the Cold War. A short film recounts JFK's deeds in his own words while the authentic photos and exhibits evoke the brief period in White House history that nostalgic Americans refer to as "the days of Camelot".

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

There are more than 100 places to eat, shop and drink at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, also known as Quincy Market. French merchant Peter Faneuil gave the hall that precedes the marketplace to his adopted home of Boston in 1742. It has been called the Cradle of Liberty because of the number of revolutionaries and abolitionists who delivered important speeches here. The hall is now a tourist center and place to shop, but public meeting facilities are still available.

USS Constitution Museum

Launched in 1797, U.S.S. Constitution also known as "Old Ironsides" sailed her way into the history books by taking on the British fleet in the War of 1812. She fought in 40 naval battles, and never lost. The vessel received her unusual nickname after French cannonballs bounced off her sides during an 1815 military engagement. Still seaworthy, the ship is the oldest commissioned warship in the world. Free admission and tours, conducted by U.S. Navy personnel offer a look back in time. An adjacent museum features interactive exhibits.

Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary

The Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary is a 34.803 hectare (86 acre) stretch of green expanse that offers visitors a chance to experience nature. Complete with nature trails and specialized gardens, the sanctuary ensures an educational and interesting day out. Come here for a picnic with family or explore the wilderness along one of the trails. One can find numerous varieties of fish, birds, muskrats and turtles. The butterfly garden showcases a variety of brilliantly colored insects. Visit the onsite nature center for more detailed information regarding the park. The park is open from dawn to dusk.

Old South Meeting House

The Old South Meeting House was originally built as a church by Puritans in 1729. This building went on to play an important role in the American Revolution as a gathering point for those seeking American independence from Britain. On December 16, 1773, over 5000 colonists met here to protest a tea tax. From the meeting, these protesters went to the waterfront and tossed crates of tea into the harbor. The act later came to be known as the Boston Tea Party. An in-house shop in the museum basement has small articles of the historic events that occurred here, as well as copies of books and documents of historical importance.

Massachusetts State House

The Massachusetts State House is a prestigious landmark in the state capital. This 6.7-acre (2.7-hectare) complex is home to the Massachusetts General Court as well as the Governor’s office. The highlight of its architecture is its gilded dome gleaming under the sun. The pinnacle of the dome is a pine cone, a reminder of both the importance of Boston's lumber industry during the colonial period, and the state of Maine, which was a former district of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The rich embedded past of this building makes it an essential feature on tourist itineraries.

0,6 44 8 1 5,7,6 F-TA21 On-site Parking F-TA21|on-site-parking|On-site Parking [["John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum","42.316358455639","-71.034192764375","https:\/\/cityseeker.com\/assets\/images\/google_markers\/dark_blue_circle.png","","","200 William T Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA, 02125","https:\/\/cityseeker.com\/boston-ma\/15124-john-f-kennedy-presidential-library-museum"],["Faneuil Hall Marketplace","42.360017024813","-71.05538684137","https:\/\/cityseeker.com\/assets\/images\/google_markers\/dark_blue_circle.png","","","4 South Market Building, Boston, MA, 02109","https:\/\/cityseeker.com\/boston-ma\/15088-faneuil-hall-marketplace"],["USS Constitution Museum","42.373991591855","-71.055407331937","https:\/\/cityseeker.com\/assets\/images\/google_markers\/dark_blue_circle.png","","","Baxter Road, Boston, MA, 2129","https:\/\/cityseeker.com\/boston-ma\/15133-uss-constitution-museum"],["Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary","42.107853270846","-71.317474860202","https:\/\/cityseeker.com\/assets\/images\/google_markers\/dark_blue_circle.png","","","108 North Street, Norfolk, MA, 02056","https:\/\/cityseeker.com\/boston-ma\/809750-stony-brook-wildlife-sanctuary"],["Old South Meeting House","42.357025401957","-71.058672162361","https:\/\/cityseeker.com\/assets\/images\/google_markers\/dark_blue_circle.png","","","310 Washington Street, Boston, MA, 02108","https:\/\/cityseeker.com\/boston-ma\/325186-old-south-meeting-house"],["Massachusetts State House","42.358155798264","-71.063692351401","https:\/\/cityseeker.com\/assets\/images\/google_markers\/dark_blue_circle.png","","","24 Beacon Street, Boston, MA, 02133","https:\/\/cityseeker.com\/boston-ma\/379732-massachusetts-state-house"]] adayincity 15124,15088,15133,809750,325186,379732 6 0 1 Attractions
5,7,6,10 0 0 0 10 0

More Attractions

1
2
3
4
5
6
......
8
448
5,7,6,10 44 0 0 0,6 6