Boston- A Wicked Tea Party

Shipping up to Boston, eh? From the Freedom Trail to Fenway, Boston does not disappoint. It is full of so many adventures, and is the perfect spot for families who have many different interests. I was surprised at how much I loved Boston, and even reminiscing now makes me long to head there again soon!

Where to Stay:

Boston is full of historic, boutique hotels. There is a little warning attached here though– not a lot of budget options. Boston is an expensive city to stay in generally, especially if you are visiting in the summer months. Keep in mind, the two favorites below are considered moderate by Boston standards.

  1. Boston Hotel Buckminster

  2. 645 Beacon St., Fenway Kenmore, Boston, MA 02215

  3. Phone: (617) 236-7050

  4. Close to Fenway, great food all around!

  5. Approx. $285 a night

  1. Boston Hotel Commonwealth

  2. 500 Commonwealth Avenue, Fenway Kenmore, Boston, MA 02215,

  3. Phone: 617.933.5000

  4. Approx. $341 a night

Where to Eat:

  1. Bell In Hand Tavern

  2. You never know who is going to walk in– like a RedCoat or a Yankee!

  3. Right by the Freedom Trail!

Lucia was so upset a RedCoat made an appearance- LOL!

  1. Neptune Oyster

  2. THE place to go for the Boston Lobster Roll!

  3. Right by the Freedom Trail!

  4. Barking Crab

  5. Eat outdoors on the water!

  6. Wicked Seafood + casual = summertime dining glory!

What to Do:

  1. Freedom Trail!

  2. The Freedom Trail is a Revolutionary collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Journey to Freedom and beyond.

  3. Book a tour, or go on your own!

  1. Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

  2. Awesome experience for kids– you can really throw the tea into the harbor!

  3. Act out scenes from the Boston Tea Party– you actually feel like you are stepping back in time!

  1. Fenway Park

  2. Catch a game if you are lucky!

  3. If not, the tour is still awesome and one of the best stadium tours ever!

  4. Tour Harvard

  5. Harvard students greet visitors from all over the world, provide Harvard’s Official Historical Tour, and answer general information questions about the campus.

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