1. Old Town Trolley Tours shows you the best of Boston on their 100-minute, fully narrated tour. As the official tour of the Boston Red Sox, guests will enjoy 17 stops, includingFenway Park, where you may disembark for shopping, dining and attractions. Each ticket comes with free admission to the Old State House Museum, a full–color guidebook, and coupons worth over $50 insavings. Old Town Trolley Tours has a 100% money back guarantee.
Attraction type: Tour
17 Apr 2010 "Great time -- even the kids were laughing and having a good time"
14 Apr 2010 "Old Town Trolleysite locations"
13 Apr 2010 "Best way to see and learn about Boston"
2. Boston Public Garden
The Boston Public Garden is a beautiful nature retreat in the heart of the city, in the BostonCommon. Great for romantic strolls, older travelers, limited mobility travelers and kids.
Attraction type: Urban park; Garden; Park
13 May 2009 "A Must if you are in Boston, Ride the Swan Boats andthen just Chill"
21 Mar 2009 "Secret Statue"
6 Sep 2008 "Must see"
3. Photowalks of Boston
Explore Boston on five separate photo walking tours presented with fascinating historic commentaryand creative photography tips. Capture amazing pictures in Beacon Hill, Back Bay, the Public Garden, along the Freedom Trail and Boston Harbor. All ages and skill levels welcome.
Franklin Park ZooTripAdvisor Traveller Rating: ￼
TripAdvisor Popularity Index: 39 of 329 attractions in Boston
4. Franklin Park Zoo is fun for both adults and children. For adults, there is a large variety ofanimals, from the Serengeti Crossing (ostrich, Grant's zebras, Nubian ibex, and white-bearded...
Attraction type: Zoo; Other
24 Oct 2009 "Day at the Zoo"
6 Jul 2009 "Not Bad..but not great either"
5 Jun 2009 "A pleasant suprise"
5. New England Aquarium
The 200,000-gallon Giant Ocean Tank is the centerpiece of the Aquarium, Boston's most visited tourist attraction....