ACCOMMODATIONS & ATTRACTIONS
THE WESTIN COPLEY PLACE
10 Huntington Avenue
Boston, MA 02116
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Nestled in one of Boston's most celebrated neighborhoods, Back Bay, The Westin Copley Place welcomes guests with updated accommodations, signature touches and hospitable service. Discover the best of Boston from this AAA Four-Diamond hotel, which is steps from the dining and shopping opportunities of Copley Place, near Copley Square and moments from Boston Symphony Hall, Fenway Park and many downtown must-sees. Retreat to your beautifully appointed guest room or suite, featuring the tranquil Westin Heavenly® Bath and Westin Heavenly® Bed. Elevate your workout in the 24-hour WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio or unwind with a massage or a facial in Gretta Cole Spa.
Trinity Church in the City of Boston is recognized for its National Historic Landmark building, considered by members of the American Association of Architects as one of this country’s top 10 buildings. The parish that calls it home was actually founded in 1733, more than 150 years before the current church was built. (https://www.trinitychurchboston.org/)
BOSTON PUBLIC GARDEN and SWAN BOATS
Two centuries separate the creation of the Boston Common and the Public Garden, and what a difference that period made.
In 1634 the Common was created as America’s first public park; it was practical and pastoral with walkways built for crosstown travel. In contrast, the Public Garden was the first public botanical garden in America. It was decorative and flowery from its inception, featuring meandering pathways for strolling.
Since inception, Boston Duck Tours was voted by Boston Magazine as “Best of Boston” in the city tour category, and voted Boston.com’s “Best City Tour”.
Located in the heart of downtown Boston, Faneuil Hall Marketplace is adjacent to historic Faneuil Hall and is bordered by the financial district, the waterfront, the North End, Government Center and Haymarket. It is a well-traveled part of Boston’s “Freedom Trail.” The Marketplace is a five-minute walk to the New England Aquarium, The Children’s Museum, The Old State House, and Paul Revere’s House. Other nearby attractions include The New State House, The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Public Garden, Old North Church, The USS Constitution, and Fenway Park.
Boston’s North End is, by its very nature, an organic, living, vibrant, and ever-changing urban neighborhood. Encompassing the heart of the Freedom Trail attractions, it is a major tourist destination point for history buffs. “Boston’s Little Italy” as it is sometimes called, the North End is known as a mecca for its many Italian restaurants and cafes. Old time shops have been complemented by hot, new boutiques along and service providers in the fitness, real estate and health industries.
Boston Harbor Cruises
Set sail with us for the whale watch experience of a lifetime. You’ll have a good chance to view several different species of large whales, including humpbacks, finbacks, minkes, pilot whales and the critically endangered right whales. And you’ll learn about them from New England Aquarium naturalists who are always on board to share knowledge, answer your questions and explain the mind-blowing behaviors of these truly magnificent mammals.
Walk Into History® and experience more than 250 years of history on Boston’s iconic Freedom Trail®— the 2.5-mile red line leading to 16 nationally significant historic sites, each one an authentic treasure. The Freedom Trail is a unique collection of museums, churches, meeting houses, burying grounds, parks, a ship, and historic markers that tell the story of the American Revolution and beyond. Follow the footsteps of America’s founding fathers on the Freedom Trail!
ISABELLA STEWARD GARDNER MUSEUM
MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS
The MFA is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world; the collection encompasses nearly 500,000 works of art. The Museum has undergone significant expansion and change in recent years; 2010 marked the opening of the Art of the Americas Wing, with four levels of American art from ancient to modern. In 2011, the west wing of the Museum was transformed into the Linde Family Wing for Contemporary Art, with new galleries for contemporary art and social and learning spaces. Improved and new galleries for the MFA collections are always opening.
NEW ENGLAND AQUARIUM
The New England Aquarium is a global leader in ocean exploration and marine conservation. It is one of the premier visitor attractions in Boston and a major public education resource for the region.