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Boston visit kids
[April 27, 2015 – 06:51 pm]
Boston visit kids

I freakin’ love Boston. I moved here after college 16 years ago, and have been here ever since, except for a couple of years in Iowa for grad school. (Go Hawkeyes!) Since our girls were born, I’ve discovered that it’s a great area for families, too. It’s amazing, the sheer variety of things there are to do with kids in the city and within a stone’s throw of it. And I can throw a stone about 40 miles, for what it’s worth. Like any family with little ones, we’ve had a lot of unplanned days to fill over the past few years, so we’ve discovered out a lot of good outings that are…


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Visit Boston Coupons
[April 22, 2015 – 06:23 pm]
Visit Boston Coupons

Boston Children’s Museum offers visitors many options for discounted Admission. If you have any questions about these discounts, please contact the Museum at 617-426-6500 x200. Check in at Admissions after 5pm Last Hour Discount Visitors entering the Museum after 4pm (Saturday - Thursday) receive half price admission. This discount does not apply on Friday Nights. Must check in at Admissions after 4pm Saturday - Thursday Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) Card Massachusetts EBT cardholders can show their EBT card to get a discounted $2 per person cash admission. The discount…


Visit Boston Blog
[April 17, 2015 – 06:14 pm]
Visit Boston Blog

Gordon Edes Gordon Edes, who joined ESPNBoston.com in Nov. 2009, has covered MLB for more than 25 years. He spent 12 years covering the Sox for the Globe. Ask a question for his next mailbag. Follow him on . Joe McDonald Joe McDonald, a native Rhode Islander, joined ESPNBoston.com as a Bruins and Red Sox reporter in February 2010. He has worked at the Providence Journal since 1992, covering the Red Sox, Bruins, Patriots, PawSox and Providence Bruins over the past nine years. Follow him on . Mike Andrews Mike Andrews is designer and developer of SoxProspects.com and a special…

Boston Visitors Tourism
[April 16, 2015 – 06:01 pm]
Boston Visitors Tourism

Hotel Commonwealth, just steps from Fenway Park, counts on Red Sox fans to help fill its 149 rooms. After the Sox’ disappointing season last year, general manager Adam Sperling was a bit wary about the prospects for the 2013 summer crowd. But the team’s surprising run to the top of the American League East helped bring in more fans and last-minute bookings. “Looking back, ” said Sperling, “we did the typical strong summer business.” The resurgence of the Sox was among the welcome developments contributing to a solid summer tourism season that began slowly under the shadow of…

Boston Visitors Card
[April 15, 2015 – 05:57 pm]
Boston Visitors Card

Now, that’s a photobomb. Kevin Spacey surprised unsuspecting tourist Christina Sander when he jumped into her photo as she posed near the George Washington monument in Boston Common. The photo and has since gone viral. “He stopped right next to me, posed and yelled ‘This is a photobomb!’ I know it looks like I’m screaming in the photo, but I actually think I stopped breathing for a few seconds, ” Sander told Boston Magazine. Sander spotted the “House of Cards” actor as he ran up to her, but even after the photo was taken, she didn’t believe it was him. “It was all so surreal…

Boston visitors Sites
[April 14, 2015 – 05:46 pm]
Boston visitors Sites

If you have family visiting this holiday season,the pressure is on to find interesting places to take them outside of the normal tourist sights. If you are looking for ideas,look no further than this guide of Boston’s best offbeat sites. These family friendly and inexpensive spots highlight some of the Boston’s little-known secrets. From whimsical to tragic,these are not-to-miss Boston sites for visitors. Mapparium Mary Baker Eddy Library at the Christian Science Center 200 Massachusetts Ave. Boston,MA 02115 (617) 450-7 Pricing: $6 adults/$4 seniors 62 and older,and students…

Visit Boston 1 day
[April 13, 2015 – 05:00 pm]
Visit Boston 1 day

The tour starts in the morning from Boston to America s Hometown , Plymouth. The Plymouth Rock , though a bit battered by time, remains a powerful tribute to courage of the 102 Mayflower passengers who founded the land, we know as New England in 1620. After Mayflower we will visit The 17th-Century English Village is a re-creation of the small farming and maritime community built by the Pilgrims* along the shore of Plymouth Harbor. In the Village, the year is 1627, just seven years after the arrival of Mayflower. The people you meet are costumed role players portraying actual…

Boston Reception Sites
[April 12, 2015 – 04:28 pm]
Boston Reception Sites

Phone: 1 617 338 4 Fax: 1 617 338 4138 Toll Free Room Reservations: 1 796 4664 Sales: 1 617 338 4 ext. 6500 Sales fax: 1 617 342 5424 The Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel features over 20, square feet of flexible event space and a grand ballroom that can accommodate up to 1, guests. With just a look you’ll see how our extraordinary spaces rise to the occasion of your extraordinary event. Floor Plans & Capacity Chart Renaissance Boston Waterfront Weddings Host your memorable event at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel. Wedding Details Planning a Business Meeting…

Boston Downtown Places Visit
[April 8, 2015 – 02:30 pm]
Boston Downtown Places Visit

Two hundred years ago, most of the wharves of Downtown Boston were busy mooring areas, where clipper ships from around the world brought goods to and from Boston Harbor. Today, the HarborWalk along Boston s Downtown and North End are dominated by a vibrant mix of cultural and recreational resources, parks and open spaces, and residential and business uses. The HarborWalk that stretches from the elegant Boston Harbor Hotel along the Downtown wharves to Puopolo Park in the North End is some of the most well maintained and highly visited in the city. Whether visiting with penguins…

Visit Boston Hotels
[April 7, 2015 – 02:20 pm]
Visit Boston Hotels

More , lessLink : Less } } > With a heavy influence of Irish culture and a history of performing and visual arts, tourists visiting Boston are always treated to a unique experience. Bed and Breakfast lodging, vacation rentals, budget inns, five-star hotels, and guesthouses are all available to travelers that want to stay in Boston hotels. Many Boston hotels are conveniently situated near entertainment facilities and attractions, including Fenway Park and Quincy Market. Boston Quick Picks and TipsConventions Travelers with Boston hotel room reservations can purchase…