Visitors to Boston have endless choice of how to spend their time in museums, parks, restaurants and bizarre neighborhoods in this historic city. So where should newcomers go?
We asked 15 Massachusetts residents to visit Boston’s attractions, and the following exciting answers should help fill any travel gap. Here he said.
Joe Fallon, a porter at Fairmont Copley Plaza and a resident of Marshfield.:
“For a great Boston experience, I recommend taking a walk on it. KissTin Harbor Walk To see the beauty of our waterfront and take lots of pictures. Then to the head North End For a classic Italian treat (you can’t go wrong with any restaurant) then the weird dessert and cappuccino Cafe Paradise.”
Clarrissa Cropper Egerton, co-owner of Frugal Bookstore and resident of Dorchester:
“Newcomers should try. National Center for African American Artists In Roxbury, also known as the ‘Big Head Museum’. The expanse of the magnificent metal sculpture in the sea of green grass is amazing, inviting and an important thing in the neighborhood. The center raises awareness of the community as well as the history of artwork collected by black artists in the area.
Billy Cheney, President and CEO of Seine and a Cambridge resident.:
“For visitors to Boston, and even for lifelong residents like me, to visit. Fanway Park. There is one thing that everyone should try, even if you are a baseball fan. No matter how many times I’ve been to the Fanway Red Sox Games, it never fails to impress, and you’ll learn something new about America’s oldest ball park.
Will Gilson, Chef / owner of Puritan & Co. and a resident of Lexington and Acton.:
“Walking with Greenway. Where you can start in the North End. carousel And fountains, art installations, and beer gardens. Follow it to the end. Chinatown And stop by some freelance restaurants along the way.
Paul McFarrey, Director, Divisional Permits at the Boston Parks and Recreation Department and a resident of West Rocksbury:
“Let’s go River path The vibrant colors of the trees in mid-October and the calm in the middle of Boston.
Nikia Laundry, CEO of Interesting Hair and Hyde Park Resident:
“Visitors should meet. Kingdom. Restaurant on the harbor. Great food, drink and atmosphere.
Tony Dental, Director of Engineering. Residents of Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston and Melrose:
“If you come to Boston, you must go. Paul River’s house. In Old North Square North End. About 250 years ago, our American history began here in Boston with this house. You have the luxury of being able to walk perfectly. The path to freedom. And revive its famous ride and if you don’t have time to walk the full path to freedom, you must visit this house. Take advantage of being in the heart of the North End and walk around the corner for gelato and onlookers. Cafe Dello Sport – It doesn’t get better. “
Gary Sanders, chairman of the Sanders Hotel Group and a resident of Brooklyn.:
Jason Santos, Buttermilk & Bourbon, Chef / Owner Fish, and Citrus & Salt Chef / Owner, and Woburn Resident:
“See Chinatown Sunday afternoon in the Boston neighborhood for Dam Sim. My favorite places are: China Pearl, Hi la moon, And Gourmet Dumpling House.. Be sure to bring an empty stomach and then walk around Beach Streets and Tyler Streets to get it energized and energized when you’re done.
Ed Kane, owner of Big Knight and a Boston resident:
“Bring a comfortable pair of walking shoes and start walking, even if it’s for a walk. Newbury Street. And Back bay, Or with River Charles. And Bacon Hill, Public garden., The path to freedom., North End, And the whole waterfront just below. Port, Boston is one of the great American cities.
Lydia Shire, Chef / Scampo Owner and Stoneheim Resident:
Kathy Zemites, Director of Development at NEADS World Class Service Dogs, and a West Borough resident.:
“I can highly recommend a Boston Duck Tour For any first-time visitor to Boston; think again if you think you know everything there is to know about Boston and its long and glorious history. Ride a duck and be entertained, educated and inspired by any tour guide.
Leah Tennon, an employee at the Science Museum and a Cambridge resident:
by the Lunch Family Skate Park.. “The park is huge (despite being hidden!) It attracts people of all ages and abilities. The setting is spectacular, the Boston Skyline is visible from some angles and is surrounded by beautiful North Point Park.
Caitlin Doyle, Manager of Community Arts Operations at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. And Bridgewater resident:
“Take a tour of the ship. Boston Harbor Islands Swim, picnic or camp. You are very close to the city, but feel that you are far from the world.
Renee Moran, Doctor and Dr. Renee Moran Owner of Medical Aesthetics, and a resident of Chestnut Hill:
- Boston Harbor Islands – Dave Kowalski.
- Castle Island – Michelle Nicole.ای
- River Charles. – Ash written.
- Aether Memorial – Paul Sehwanen-Binder.
- Faneuil Hall Marketplace – Phil Higgins., Lisa
- Fanway Park. – Garrett McDonald., Phil Higgins., Alan Green, Red
- The path to freedom. – Palm sleeper., Teresa Tom., Mike, Lisa
- Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum. – Terry Hibernie.
- John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum. – Coach Palmer.
- El Street Hotel – Bill + Constitution and Brian.
- Meparium – Paul Sehwanen-Binder.
- Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. – Timothy Sullivan
- Museum of Science. – Garrett McDonald., Timothy Sullivan
- North End – Phil Higgins., Red, Loves canada
- Port – Lisa
- Swan boats. – Terry Hibernie., Lisa
- USS Constitution. – Susan Beer, Alan Burnham., Timothy Sullivan
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