Things To Do In Boston With Teens

Best Sights, Sounds On A Freedom Trail Tour

For those who want to explore Boston on foot, there is no better way to do so than by walking the Freedom Trail. It’s a fantastic way to see a lot of the city and get your share of history while you explore the sights in Boston. The Freedom Trail has some of the best tour guides you’ll find in the city. After a day of exploring, you’ll want to come back to a great hotel room or apartment hotel. You can find just that with Thatch. Before you visit Boston, here is what you need to know about the Freedom Trail, from finding a great tour to what you will see. 

What Is The Freedom Trail?

The Freedom Trail is a paved trail in Boston that takes you past 16 major historical sights that cover more than 250 years of American history. The trail is two and a half miles long.

Are There Tour Guides Available?

Yes! There are a variety of tours and guides that cover several topics. The tours you can embark on include a walk through history, a private historic pub crawl, a lantern tour, African-American patriots, Revolutionary women, a historic holiday stroll, custom private tours, and more.

What Historical Site Will I See?

You will see plenty of outstanding Boston and American landmarks. This includes the Massachusetts State House, Park Street Church, Granary Burying Ground, Benjamin Franklin Statue, Old South Meeting House, Boston Massacre Site, Paul Revere House, USS Constitution, Bunker Hill Monument, and many more landmarks.

Explore The Freedom Trail

The Freedom Trail has the best trail sights, and it’s the best way to see Boston. We know you won’t regret the experience. You can rest your head at a vacation rental through Thatch when you’re finished. We have a wide variety of properties available for nightly or weekly rental. Check out what is available on our website, or call us at 857-263-3073 to hear more about our current options. If you or a friend are looking for summer housing for an internship or job rotation, look into our Co-Living options.

Plan A 4th of July Family Vacation In Boston

If you are looking for a place to spend the Fourth of July for your next family vacation, we recommend spending that time in Boston. Boston has some spectacular events on Independence Day. One of the best ways to experience the Boston area during this summer holiday is by booking directly with Thatch. Here is a rundown of some fun things to do for your family vacation in Boston for the Fourth of July.

July 4th Concert and Fireworks

A classic thing to do on July 4th is to watch fireworks. More than a million people gather near the banks of the Charles River. The concert starts at 8 p.m., and the half-hour fireworks show starts at 10:30 p.m. The concert includes Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture, which ends with drum rolls, real cannon fire, and church bells ringing throughout the city.

Boston Harborfest

This event takes place from June 30 to July 4th. It includes historical reenactments, live music, parades, and a fireworks display over Boston Harbor on July 1st. According to their website, this is a family-friendly event, which is “the largest family-friendly event in the country.”

Patriotic Poochapalooza

See a parade of patriotic pups at the Steps at Downtown Crossing. Dogs in the event could even win prizes in the following categories: Most Patriotic, Best in Show, Best Team, and Most Creative. You can visit a dog-themed village with food, free face painting, and caricature artists.

Enjoy The Fourth

The Fourth of July and Boston go hand in hand together. You deserve the best housing in Boston for your next family vacation. That’s with Thatch. We provide a network of furnished accommodations to fit the needs of almost everyone, whether you are here for a few nights, a few months, or longer. Check out what is available on our website, or call us at 857-263-3073 to hear more about our current options. If you or a friend are looking for summer housing for an internship, or job rotation, look into our Co-Living options.

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