This world-famous baseball stadium has been a staple of the Boston entertainment scene since its opening in 1912. The diamond is flanked on its left side by the Green Monster, an iconic 37-foot (11.28-meter) field wall featuring a manually operated scoreboard. A unique piece of civic history, Fenway Park is one of the oldest Major League Baseball stadiums currently in use, and it proudly hosts the Boston Red Sox. With a seating capacity of over 37,000 spectators, the stadium ripples with excited energy on game days when steadfast local fans cheer proudly for the home team.
Built in 1910, Matthews Arena, located in the Northeastern University campus is one of the oldest ice hockey arenas in the world. The facility is home to the Northeastern Huskies, men's and women's ice hockey teams of the Northeastern University. With a capacity to accommodate 4,666 fans for ice-hockey fixtures, the arena has modern facilities for a thrilling experience. The arena is also the home to the basketball team of the Northeastern University. Apart from sports fixtures, Matthews Arena is also host to numerous other events like concerts.
With comfortable seating and stylish purple walls, Somerville Theater is an amazing place to catch the latest blockbusters to hit the big screen. Additionally, the Somerville Theater also hosts concerts and live music events featuring popular regional and international touring acts. A cafe and old-fashioned popcorn stand complete the nostalgic experience. It's no surprise that students and young professionals consider Davis Square such a hip locale.
Home to the New England Patriots football team, this impressive stadium has a seating capacity of 68,756 and two club houses with a seating of 6000. Luxury suites with a capacity of 16-32 persons are available and a Super Suite with a capacity of 70 persons is also an option. Visitors can buy tickets from the northwest corner of the stadium. Will Call is situated at the ticket office and tickets are available two hours prior to Revolution soccer games and three hours before Patriots football games and other events.
After opening its doors in 1928, Boston Opera House underwent a multimillion-dollar restoration process to become the opulent city landmark it is. Featuring shows like Les Miserables, Hairspray, The Nutcracker and the Tony award-winner The Lion King, this venue is not to be missed. Enjoy timeless classics, productions inspired by major motion pictures as well as comedy shows.
Dating back to 1903, Jordan Hall is a National Historic Landmark that is highly regarded in the city. Warm, intimate and equipped with amazing acoustics, Jordan Hall stages free concerts annually, including performances by conservatory students, faculty members and ensembles. Guest artists have included the likes of Nancy Argenta, soprano; Finnur Bjarnason, tenor; and Christine Brandes, soprano.
Since 1852, this historic theater called the Orpheum Theatre has played host to Broadway musicals and lectures by world renowned scholars. Today, the Orpheum carries shows from pop artists and contemporary playwrights along with the usual theater events. It is housed in a landmark building and the shows performed here are widely popular and critically acclaimed.
It is a true experience to seat yourself is a sailboat, to discover the port city. In the Schooner Adirondack III you will have the same experience. This vessel has been renovated to serve modern ship standards. Other highlights of this vessel include certification of the U.S Coast Guard as well as it can only be steered by U.S Coast Guard captains. Enjoy the setting sun as well as the city lights with a drink or two.