Boston Public Garden
The Boston Public Garden is a grand park located in the midst of Boston itself and is within the same area for tourists or longtime residents visiting the Boston Common. Opened in 1837, the Public Garden became the first public botanical garden of its type in the United States. The city and the people have worked very hard for generations keeping its quality at the top of all such gardens in the nation. The vast number of flowering plants in the garden include many common permanent species along with a few more rare varieties. Come and enjoy the beauty of this natural and historic attraction.
4 Charles Street Boston, MA 02116
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston
The MFA in Boston is the 4th largest museum in the entire United States and contains nearly half a million pieces that represent a comprehensive display of American art and culture as well as pieces of great global significance. It is still one of the most visited museums in the world and has continued to improve and expand its collection since its founding in 1870. Come see and experience what the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston has to offer you.
465 Huntington Avenue Boston MA 02115
The Prudential Center
The Prudential Center is the 2nd tallest building in Boston. This is a center of activity including shopping as well as a number of attractions in and around the tower itself. One of the most popular points of interest within the Prudential Center is the 51st floor observatory open for visitors during the day or in the evening. There is the Prudential Skywalk high above Boston. The 52nd floor also houses the Hub restaurant with great food and a great view. There is plenty to do at this popular spot in Boston.
800 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02199