What attractions celebrate the city’s culture?

What attractions celebrate the city’s culture?
19th August 2020 Chris Healey

Fenway Park
Home to the┬áland of baseball, Fenway Park is host to Boston’s league baseball team – Boston Red Sox. Tours of this amazing ground take place every hour. Take the opportunity to get the full experience by purchasing a ticket to watch one of the Boston Red Sox’s games, discounts are available for students.

Boston Public Garden
Covering over 2000 acres with playgrounds and athletic facilities, the Boston Public Garden is one to visit. The largest park is the 527 acre Franklin Park which is home to the Franklin Park Zoo which boasts a wide variety of animals all the way from butterflies to tigers!

The Boston Tea Part Ships and Museum
This museum attraction tin brings to life the incredible events that changed American history in 1773. Your hour-long tour of this amazing floating museum includes interactive exhibits and actors which make this an immersive experience.

Boston Duck Tours
One of the best sight-seeing tours in Boston, this is one for the itinerary. Get amazing views of the city by cruising past historical landmarks that honour Boston. This is the only tour that will take you on land and water, creating a unique experience to add to your trip.