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Things To Do On A Summer Family Vacation In Boston

There is no better time than right now to visit Boston. Summer is bursting at the seams with awesome and exciting events, attractions, and more things to do in the city. Whether watching a Celtics playoff game or roaming through the Boston Common, there is something for you this summer in Boston. The same can be said for spectacular vacation rentals through Thatch. Find the perfect place to call home for your summer vacation this year. Continue reading to learn what is so special about summer in Boston.

TD Garden

If you want to catch a concert or sporting event, you will likely end up at TD Garden. The venue is home to the NBA’s Boston Celtics and the NHL’s Boston Bruins. If you are here this summer, you will watch the Celtics play through the NBA Playoffs. Outside of sports, it also hosts many music concerts throughout the summer.

Freedom Trail

The Freedom Trail is more than two miles long and will take you past 16 important locations that are especially important to American history. The trail will take you past the Boston Common, a beautiful park in the heart of the city, downtown Boston, a vibrant and bustling area, Old North Church, a historic church that played a significant role in the American Revolution, and the Bunker Hill Monument, a memorial to the first major battle of the American Revolution.

Fenway Park

Summer and baseball go hand in hand (or glove in hand?). There’s no better way to experience baseball than attending a Red Sox game at Fenway Park. Not only is it a great place to watch baseball, but you can also steep yourself in some Boston history. Fenway Park is more than 100 years old, and it has seen many expansions, renovations, and World Series games over the years.

Boston Common

Boston Common is a city park in downtown Boston. It is another outstanding location for those wanting to experience something special in Boston. It is the oldest city park in the United States, opening in 1634. This public park covers about 50 acres of land. The park has many attractions, including Frog Pond, Parkman Bandstand, Brewer Fountain, and many more.

Faneuil Hall

Spend some time browsing the shops and vendors in Faneuil Hall. This is a historic stop along the Freedom Trail, but it is also well known for its marketplace. You’ll find street performers, delicious food, and unique arts and crafts. It’s one of the best places to visit on a warm summer day with an ice cream cone in your hand.

Duck Tours

Hopping on board a Duck Tour is one of the best ways to see the city in summer. A Duck tour allows you to experience Boston on both land and water. Because you can go almost anywhere on this tour, your guide will be able to inform you about many historic landmarks and also make it entertaining and fun for children.

Get Outside And Enjoy Summer In Boston

Spend a little extra time in Boston this summer to experience all the fun things to do. Book directly with Thatch to be in the best Boston place to explore the city in the summer.  Our website provides valuable information about our properties, or you may contact us at 857-263-3073 to learn about our current options. If you or someone you know is seeking summer housing for an internship or job rotation, our Co-Living options are worth considering. Prepare to make the most of your stay in Boston with Thatch.

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