Family Travel » Boston, MA

Family Travel in Boston, MA

Why is Boston tops in family travel? Besides the amazing history, there's something interesting around every (cobblestone) street corner, from a guy dressed as Ben Franklin to college kids playing Quidditch!
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Hatch Shell

Located along the Charles River Esplanade, the Hatch Shell is a great place to enjoy the day in Boston with your family.

During the warmer months -- typically May through September -- events at the Hatch Shell may include the world famous Boston Pops 4th of July concert, free movies, concerts, charity walks and special family activities.

Boston Children's Museum

Kids of all ages will enjoy visiting the Boston Children's museum. Exhibits include Construction Zone, PlaySpace, Arthur and Friends, Japanese House, Science Playground, Recycle Store, Art Studio, KidStage and more.  Special workshops and events throughout the year are posted daily at the museum.

Boston Duck Tours

Climb aboard a WW II amphibious landing vehicle and explore Boston by land and sea. ConDUCKtours take you around Boston’s major sites, like Copley Square, Bunker Hill, Boston Common, State House and more. The best part? You ride on the street then on the Charles River – in the same DUCK.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a great place to visit for all ages. Shop at over 100 stores. Stroll through Quincy Market Colonnade, Boston's largest food court. Catch a juggling show. See where the American Revolution was debated. Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a can't miss destination during your family travel to Boston.

Fenway Park

Avid baseball fans – and even family members who have never been to a baseball game – will love watching the 7 time World Series Champions Boston Red Sox play at Fenway Park, the oldest Major League Baseball park in America. Who knows? Maybe they’ll play your hometown team while you’re in Boston.

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