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Boston Summer Attractions Deals | Smart Destinations  May 23, 2013 – 08:08 am

View form Seat in Fenway ParkIt was a long,cold winter in Boston,but the snow has long since melted and the Hub is really starting to heat up this summer. If you plan on taking a trip to the premier destination in the Northeast,check out some of the great Boston Summer Attractions Deals that are currently available!

No trip to Beantown would be complete without a trip to “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark” – Fenway Park. You’ll be hard-pressed to find another park in the country that is ingrained into a city as much as Friendly Fenway is into Boston (Wrigley Field in Chicago comes close) and there’s no better way to get a behind-the-scenes look at the home of the Red Sox than by taking a Fenway Park Tour.

Fenway Park Tours take about an hour and tickets are available for purchase day of only on a first-come,first-served basis and are subject to availability. During the walking tour,an experienced tour guide will bring you onto the field that Ted Williams,Carlton Fisk,Jim Rice and Pedro Martinez called home. See the Pesky Pole,take a seat on the 37-foot-tall Green Monster in left field and maybe even enjoy a delicious Fenway Frank. For baseball fans and tourists alike,a Fenway Park Tour is definitely an enjoyable treat.

If you are lucky enough to get out to the Cape while you are visiting the city,celebrate the Boys of Summer with a trip to the Cape Cod Baseball Hall of Fame.Many major league ballplayers have spent a summer or two playing in the Cape Cod Baseball League. Current stars like Ryan Braun,Josh Donaldson,Evan Longoria,Jason Kipnis and Tim Lincecum (who just threw a no-hitter last week) all played ball on the Cape. Check out where some of the top stars of yesterday and today got started at the Cape Cod Baseball Hall of Fame. (Note: The Cape Cod Baseball Hall of Fame is located in the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum at 397 Main Street in Hyannis.

Another fun thing to do while the weather is nice is taking the Boston Movie Walking Tour. See where classic Boston flicks like Mystic River,Fever Pitch,21 and Gone Baby Gone were filmed,grab a beer drink at the L Street Tavern from Good Will Hunting (you’ll like them apples) and visit the building where the climatic rooftop scene at the end of The Departed took place. All Boston Movie Walking Tours are led by local actors who are extremely knowledgeable about the stops on the walk.

Looking for things to do in Boston and discounts on attractions like the Boston Duck Tour,Urban Adenvtours Bikes at Night Tour or Boston Tall Ships? Learn how to save money with a Boston discount attractions pass by Smart Destinations.


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I live in lowell I suggest cambridge

Yes there are plenty of bad parts but that comes with the terrioty of a city of that population. It's a trade off the smaller cities don't have as much going on in the culture dept but the larger cities do have the culture but that comes with some unpleasantness. For instance this weekend i went to the chinese moon festival and we have plenty of muesums. The jack kerouac exhibit is still in town until oct 14. Umass lowell is hosting the 5th congressional debate. The summer concert series and the plays at the auditorum are also nice. There is also a lot more if you search. So if you dont move to lowell make sure to google once in a while for cultural attractions

Sorry to burst your bubble

It is quite possible to live reasonably in metro Boston making 40K if you make reasonable decisions about your lifestyle.
Our family of 4 gets by just fine on less than 50K. We maintain roughly 5 month's living expenses in our savings acount. We put money into a 401K and an IRA every year. I think we have a very pleasant life.
How do we do it?
We never buy anything with a credit card that we do not already have the cash to pay for. That way we never pay interest charges.
We love garage sales and thrift stores.
We repair clothing and household items rather than throwing them away whenever possible

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