200 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts| Map
500 Commonwealth Ave., Boston, Massachusetts| Map
70 Rowes Wharf, Boston, Massachusetts| Map
10 Avery Street, Boston, Massachusetts| Map
Start your family-friendly Boston visit by getting a feel for the historic town with a ride through or around the city. See Boston from the water starting in Long Wharf and traveling to Charleston Navy Yard by one of the harbor ferries or by a kid-friendly commuter boat to Quincy and Hingham. The Boston subway is one of the easiest ways to get around town. It takes exciting winding turns underground and travels through Boston and Cambridge.
There is more than enough fun for the kids to have in Cambridge. Give the kids a firsthand look at British abandoned cannons and stop at the local playground for some kid-friendly downtime. Cambridge is a historic filled city with artifacts around every corner. The town offers a laid-back experience for visitors, who are free to stroll through Harvard Square, stretching their vacation dollars as they explore the history around the town and forgo the typical history museum.
When it is time for a little educational play-time, take kids to the Museum of Science or the Boston Children’s Museum, both these hands-on museums will allow the kids’ imaginations to run wild as they gain new knowledge. Of course, no Boston experience would be complete without a visit to Fenway Park, the home of the beloved Boston Red Sox. Baseball fans of all ages are sure to enjoy a game, or at least a tour of this legendary field.
With so much to see and do, it is important to use MiniTime to choose the right attractions for your family.