How to Spend a Summer day in Boston, MA

Summer in Boston is one of the busiest times of the year! Bostonians take full advantage of the warm weather and long days. If you are going to be visiting Boston, MA this summer, here are some things you have to check off your list!

What to do in Boston, MA This Summer

Eat a Lobster Roll

New England is famous for its fresh seafood and a lobster roll is an iconic past time of every Bostonian. Lobster Rolls are great to grab and take to enjoy the views of the city. They pair great with a local beer or locally made Cape Cod chips.

Catch a Red Sox game at Fenway

Coming off a world series championship, the Boston Red Sox are in the zone for 2019. The stadium first opened in 1912 and has been home to lots of stolen bases, home runs, and even the 1919 “Curse of the Bambino.” No matter what team you are cheering for, you’ll have a great time at Fenway Park.

Walk the Freedom Trail

The Freedom Trail is about 2.5 miles long and takes you through 16 of the United State’s history’s famous landmarks. You can navigate through the trail on your own or there are walking tours available. Some of the famous sights you’ll see include Paul Revere’s house, Fanuiel Hall Marketplace, and the Bunker Hill Monument.

Take a Charlesriver Boat Tour

If you want to learn about Boston’s history while being on the water and seeing breathtaking views of the Boston skyline. Come aboard Charles Riverboats with either the sightseeing cruise or the architecture tour you will be sure to leave with some historical information that you didn’t know before and a new appreciation for the city.

Charlesriver Boat offers tours from Cambridge and Rowe’s Wharf in the Seaport district. For more information on our tours, feel free to contact us on our website or call us at 617.621.3001. We can’t wait to show off the city for you!