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Boston Tourism and Visitors Bureau
[April 4, 2015 – 01:08 pm]
Boston Tourism and Visitors Bureau

We re standing by to help you. Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau Two Copley Place, Suite 105 Boston, MA 02116 Main line: 617.536.4100 | Fax: 617.424.7664 Email us: info@bostonusa.com Call us at -SEE-BOSTON (-733-2678) Press 3 for 24-hour recorded visitor information and reservations Press 4 to speak live with a Visitor Information Representative, Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 5 PM, EST. Visitor Information Centers: The Shops at Prudential Visitor Information Desk 800 Boylston Street On Center Court Phone: .SEE.BOSTON Boston Common Visitor Information…


Boston Tourism Visitors Bureau
[March 31, 2015 – 11:13 am]
Boston Tourism Visitors Bureau

About the NBCVB Annual Tourism Summit The NBCVB Annual Tourism Summit (Conference) is the region s largest industry event, bringing together key personnel from all public and private tourism sectors. From the Merrimack Valley to the region s southern gateway, all businesses can profit from this educational program designed to enhance regional identity and promote tourism opportunities. About the North of Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau The North of Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau is a private, non-profit membership-based organization dedicated to promoting…

Visit Boston with RV
[March 28, 2015 – 10:56 am]
Visit Boston with RV

BOSTON The city and the history Boston is the biggest city of the state Massachusetts but a lot of people see Massachusetts as the capital city of New England. Boston is one of the oldest and richest cities of the US. The first people out of Europe arrived in 1630. The most of these Europeans were British people. That’s the main reason why you can see all the English influences in New England. The American revolution started here and the main point of the revolution was to resist the high taxes. The people of the US also wanted to be independent. It’s not strange that there…

Visit Boston in one day
[March 27, 2015 – 09:50 am]
Visit Boston in one day

A single day affords the opportunity to sample some experiences unique to Boston. You won t have time for full immersion, but you can touch on several singular attractions and destinations. Your focus will be the downtown area, home to the city s oldest and most historic neighborhoods. Start: Boston Common (Red or Green Line to Park St.), 15 State St. (Orange or Blue Line to State), or Faneuil Hall (Green or Blue Line to Government Center). One Singular Sensation -- On a 1-day visit, consider concentrating on just one or two things you re most excited about, plus a good meal…

Visit Boston Hotel Deals
[March 26, 2015 – 09:43 am]
Visit Boston Hotel Deals

From forging its way to independence during the colonial days to maintaining some of the most elite sports teams in the nation today, Boston, Massachusetts is a triumphant city. Boston is a colorful city seeping with athletic culture and historical roots; a mecca for both sports enthusiasts and history aficionados alike. Read More Boston hotels in the downtown area bring tourists within walking distance of some of the most historical sites in the United States, including Fanueil Hall, Boston Common, and the site of the Boston Massacre. Hotels in Boston, MA provide a range of…

Visit Boston with Family
[March 17, 2015 – 03:27 am]
Visit Boston with Family

Welcome, parents and children! The MFA is a great place to bring children. Kids 6 and under are always free, and kids 7 to 17 are free during nonschool hours (weekdays after 3 pm, weekends, and Boston public school holidays). You can find more helpful visiting information at Planning Your Visit with Kids; follow some of the tips below to make your visit full of art and fun while you re here. The MFA is a great place to explore. You will see paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, photographs, videos, and more! Pick up a Museum map at the Sharf Visitor Center or any admissions…

Boston Visitor map
[March 13, 2015 – 01:46 am]
Boston Visitor map

Boston Children s Museum offers a variety of services to visitors in order to provide them with a wonderful Museum experience. Visitor Services Managers are always available to assist visitors with any questions, needs, or concerns. Animals With the exception of service animals, animals are not permitted in the Museum. Assistive Listening Devices Amplified listening devices are available for all KidStage performances. These devices are available at the Admissions desk. ATM For your convenience, an ATM is available in the Museum Shop on the 1st floor. Baby Care Baby changing…

Visit Boston Red Sox
[March 12, 2015 – 12:05 am]
Visit Boston Red Sox

August, 7, 2013 Aug 7 5:23 PM ET Ten years after the Red Sox won the World Series that ended their 86-year-long famine, the architect of that team, Theo Epstein, will have the perfect excuse to return. The Chicago Cubs, the team that Epstein now runs as president of baseball operations, are scheduled to visit Fenway Park for a three-game series June 30-July 2 in 2014, according to an industry source with access to the preliminary major league baseball schedule. The schedule is subject to the approval of all 30 teams, as well as the players’ union, so some changes almost certainly…

Visit Boston July 4th
[March 9, 2015 – 11:04 pm]
Visit Boston July 4th

10. Re: 4th of July 2013 - Where should we stay? Aug 31, 2012, 10:22 PM I ll reiterate what others have said. Don t worry about where to stay in relation to the fireworks or the concert. It s easy to get there from any convenient and central hotel. You won t be popping back to your room (or you ll lose your spot), so it won t matter whether you re 5 mins away or 20 mins away. Stay in a place that appeals to you, at the right price, and convenient to what you want to be near for the rest of your time in Boston. Take a look at google maps and you ll see where Back Bay is. Did…

Obama Boston visit June 25
[March 7, 2015 – 09:32 pm]
Obama Boston visit June 25

President Obama landed in Boston on June 12 to campaign on behalf of Representative Ed Markey, who is running in a special Senate election against former Navy SEAL Gabriel Gomez. Mayor Thomas M. Menino, Governor Deval Patrick, and Markey greeted Obama at Logan Airport upon his arrival. A rally was held at the Reggie Lewis Center in Roxbury. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff President Obama made a stop at Charlie’s Sandwich Shoppe in the South End. He posed with Leilani Guthrie, 11, from Boston as her parents, Natalie and Sean, took a photo. John Tlumacki/Globe Staff President Obama…