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Spring Trip to Boston to see the Marathon

Destination(s): Boston

Went to Boston to see the Marathon, catch a Red Sox game and enjoy spring in Boston. read more about Spring Trip to Boston to see the Marathon

Durgin-Park

Durgin-Park

  • 340 Faneuil Hall Marketplace
  • tel:617/227-2038
  • Visit website
  • Boston, 02109
Casa Romero

Casa Romero

  • 30 Gloucester St
  • Side Entrance
  • tel:617/536-4341
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  • Boston, 02115
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

  • 280 The Fenway
  • tel:+1 617 566 1401 / +1 617 278 5156 (Box Office)
  • Visit website
  • Boston, 2115
USS Constitution

USS Constitution

  • Pier 1
  • Charlestown Navy Yard
  • tel:+1 617 242 7511/ Ship Flag Flying: +1 617 242 2029 / Special Events: +1
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  • Charlestown, 2129
Charles River Esplanade

Charles River Esplanade

  • 10 Derne Street
  • tel:+1 617 727 1188 x445
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  • Boston, 02116

The rest of Boston's green spaces have nothing on these 17 miles of riverside walkways. Stroll along Memorial Drive for a glimpse of Boston's skyline, cross the Mass Ave bridge for a windy panorama, and trail the beautiful corridors that flow along Storrow Drive. On summer nights, free concerts at the Hatch Shell – an outdoor music venue – set the scene for nighttime picnics. read more about Charles River Esplanade

Colonnade Hotel Boston

Colonnade Hotel Boston

  • 120 Huntington Ave
  • tel:800/962-3030
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  • Boston, 02116
Cactus Club (The)

Cactus Club (The)

  • 939 Boylston Street
  • tel:617 236 0200
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  • Boston, 02115
Museum of Fine Arts

Museum of Fine Arts

  • 465 Huntington Ave
  • Avenue of the Arts
  • tel:+1 617 267 9300
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  • Boston, 2115
Tavern on the Water

Tavern on the Water

  • One 8th Street, Pier 6
  • Charlestown Shipyard
  • tel:617 242 8040
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  • Boston, 02129
Garden of Eden

Garden of Eden

  • 571 Tremont Street
  • tel:1 617 247 8377
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  • Boston, 02118
Jacob Wirth Company

Jacob Wirth Company

Thai Basil

Thai Basil

  • 132 Newbury Street
  • tel:1 617 578 0089
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  • Boston, 02116
Freedom Trail

Freedom Trail

  • 15 State Street
  • Suite 401
  • tel:+1 617 242 5642 / +1 617 242 5689
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  • Boston, 02109
Stuart Street Playhouse/ 2nd Stage

Stuart Street Playhouse/ 2nd Stage

  • 200 Stuart Street
  • Radisson Hotel Boston
  • tel:+1 617 426 4499
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  • Boston, 02116
Arnold Arboretum

Arnold Arboretum

  • 125 Arborway
  • tel:+1 617 524 1718
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  • Boston, 02130-3500
Giacomo's Ristorante

Giacomo's Ristorante

Jamaica Plain

Jamaica Plain

  • Center Street, southern edge of Boston
  • tel:+1 800 7 3326 7866 (Tourist Information / Toll Free)
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  • Boston, 02130
The Black Rose

The Black Rose

Alchemist Lounge

Alchemist Lounge

  • 435 South Huntington Avenue
  • tel:617 477 5741
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  • Boston, 02130
Fenway Park

Fenway Park

There's no place like Fenway. Whether you're a Red Sox fan or not, Fenway Park is a must-see. Built in 1912, it's the oldest baseball park in the country, and boasts the legendary Green Monster, which towers 37 feet in the air, threatening home run hopefuls. The manually-operated scoreboard paired with peanuts, Fenway Franks and historic fans, make this ballpark an epic timepiece. Can't make a game? Take a tour May through September. read more about Fenway Park