Museum of Science $
1 Science Park
Boston, MA 02114
Fun for the whole family, the museum features exhibits on
every aspect of science. From educational exhibits such as
“Colossal Fossil,” “Hall of Human Life,” and “Mathematica,” to
fun interactive exhibits like “Investigate! The Do-It-Yourself
Exhibit” and “Behind the Scenes,” there is something for
everyone. The museum is open daily, and tickets can be purchased both online and at the museum.
Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway
This open-air park is conveniently located in downtown Boston near shops, restaurants, food trucks, and the Greenway
Boston’s most enchanting street consists of blocks filled with
salons, boutiques, and fabulous dining. Boston’s Newbury
Street has something for everyone. Known as the “Rodeo
Drive of the East,” it serves as Boston’s representative of fashion and style, on par with the most exclusive districts of San
Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York.
Historic Harvard Square, known for its books, ideas, and
learning, is a triangular plaza at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue, Brattle Street, and John F. Kennedy Street, near
the center of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
The Coop has held the distinction of being the oldest and
largest college bookstore in the United States for many years
and still operates as one of the largest collegiate retailers. This
esteemed co-operative is deeply rooted in the culture and
history of two of America’s most prestigious universities. Shop
for books, or enjoy coffee and tea in the bookstore’s café.
Prudential Center Boston
800 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02199
Easily accessible and filled with shops and restaurants, this
indoor mall is located at the base of the Prudential Tower in
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum $
25 Evans Way
Boston, MA 02115
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum houses a vast collection of works by artists from all over the world, including
Europe, Asia, and America. View legendary masterpieces such
as Botticelli’s The Story of Lucretia and Rembrandt’s Self-Portrait, Aged 23.
Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area
This open-air recreation site consists of 34 islands and peninsulas and features such activities as touring historic lighthouses, walking a Civil War-era fort, exploring tide pools, hiking,
fishing, and much more.
Franklin Park Zoo $
1 Franklin Park Rd.
Boston, MA 02121
The Franklin Park Zoo holds more than 1,000 animals and
220 different species. Enjoy the newest exhibit, “Dinos!
Explore the Roar,” or visit other popular exhibits such as “
Kalahari Kingdom” and “Giraffe Savannah.”
Institute of Contemporary Arts, Boston
5 Harbor Shore Drive
Boston, MA 02210
Enjoy striking contemporary art and beautiful views of the
Harbor through glass-filled walls.