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Boston, Massachusetts
Seaport Hotel benefits
  • Complimentary Internet
  • Complimentary bottled water
  • 3 Restaurants and Bars
  • One of Boston's Best Gyms
  • Free Bicycles to Explore
  • Free Electric Car Charging
  • MBTA "T" stop on campus
  • Heated indoor pool
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  • Boston, Massachusetts Attractions
Visit Boston
One of America's most beautiful and vibrant destinations, Boston is a city of contradictions, where new discoveries meet historic landmarks that celebrate our heritage. Soak in the breathtaking urban and waterfront scenery, diverse neighborhoods and an impressive legacy of art, culture and entertainment. Right outside our hotel is the Seaport District on Boston Harbor, lined with restaurants, bars and shops. Stroll along the Harborwalk with parks, beaches, restaurants, museums, and the best Boston attractions, including the Boston Children's Museum and the Institute Of Contemporary Art.
Visit Boston with the Seaport Hotel. Explore the legendary Freedom Trail, where cobblestone streets echo the history of America's revolution. Enjoy sightseeing on Boston Duck Tours on the Charles River. With a mix of historic sites and modern adventures, Boston is a captivating cultural destination. The best things to do in Boston, Massachusetts, are right in our neighborhood. 

Boston Harbor Islands

Boston Harbor Islands

This urban oasis is comprised of 34 islands and peninsulas and is just minutes from Seaport by ferry. Discover a variety of historical sites, educational centers, trails and beaches.
Boston Harborwalk in Massachusetts

Boston Harborwalk

Wander this 43-mile park along Boston's shoreline. The Harborwalk connects the city's waterfront neighborhoods to Boston Harbor, including the Seaport District and Downtown. Discover urban parks, beaches, museums, restaurants and stores.
Institute of Contemporary Art of Boston

Institute of Contemporary Art - Boston

Explore the outstanding collection of contemporary in all media at this Boston waterfront museum, including visual art exhibitions, music, film, performance and video. The ICA also offers dining, a theater, and free Thursdays.
Rose Kennedy Greenway

Rose Kennedy Greenway

Explore the beauty of the Rose Kennedy Greenway! The Greenway is vibrant, year-round, with fun events and happening, even throughout the winter.
Martin's Park, Boston

Martin’s Park

Located next to the Children's Museum on Fort Point Channel, Martin's Park is a treasure for kids and their families with interactive experiences and green spaces to play and create.
Children's Museum in Boston

Boston Children's Museum

Discover fascinating exhibits for kids focusing on culture, science, environmental awareness, arts, and health and fitness at the Boston Children's Museum. Steps from the Seaport Hotel, the museum offers amazing places to play, learn and discover.
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, Massachusetts

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

Enjoy an interactive living history experience, featuring recreated 18-century ships, artifacts, exhibits, films, guided tours and events. Walk to the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum and be part of the event that changed American history forever.
New England Aquarium in Boston

New England Aquarium

Get up close to sharks, sea turtles, penguins, rays, seals, sea lions, whales, and jellyfish at the New England Aquarium on Boston Harbor. See beautiful creatures from Our Blue Planet at the IMAX theater - the largest screen in New England.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace in Massachusetts

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Shop, dine, and experience this historic Boston marketplace, steps from the waterfront. Faneuil Hall offers local restaurants, bars, stores, and the famous Quincy Market. Walk along cobblestone promenades filled street musicians and performers.
Freedom Trail in Boston

Freedom Trail

See revolutionary-era churches, museums, meeting houses, burying grounds, and historical markers along Freedom Trail. Experience the story of the American Revolution at 16 historic sites, including Faneuil Hall and the Paul Revere House.
Boston Common, Massachusetts

Boston Common

Hang out at this historic public park that spans 50 acres in downtown Boston. Hear the echoes of 350 years of extraordinary history in America's oldest park, with ballfields, a garden, trees, fountains, and a pond for winter ice skating.  Photo courtesy of Kyle Klein.
The Public Garden of Boston

Boston Public Garden

Explore the first public botanical garden in America. See more than 80 species of rich and unusual plants, monuments, fountains, and a lagoon in the Victorian style garden with vibrant floral patterns or ride the iconic Swan Boats.  Photo courtesy of Kyle Klein.
Museum of Fine Arts in Boston

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Experience 450,000 pieces of fine art, including paintings, photographs, prints, drawings, jewelry and fashions. Boston's MFA has one of the most comprehensive collections of world art, from French Impressionism to Egyptian artifacts.
Fenway Park in Boston

Fenway Park

See the nine-time world-champion Boston Red Sox swing for the Green Monster in the nation's oldest and most historic ballpark. America's Most Beloved Ballpark also offers walking tours and a concourse with classic food and drink.
Museum of Science in Massachusetts

Museum of Science

Discover interactive exhibits, live presentations, planetarium shows and 100 animals. Transforming our relationship with science and technology, the museum also features a full-size T. Rex, a Butterfly Garden, and IMAX films.
USS Constitution, Boston

USS Constitution

Discover "Old Ironsides" - the oldest warship afloat in the world. Tour the 18th-century warship that played a key role in American maritime battles, with interactive exhibits, tours, and a collection of artifacts. The museum is in the historic Charlestown Navy Yard.
Bunker Hill in Boston

Bunker Hill

Climb the 221-foot granite obelisk monument erected to commemorate the first major conflict in the Revolutionary War. Explore one of Boston's top historic sites and the museum, a stop on the Freedom Trail, and enjoy sweeping views from the top.
JFK Library, EMK Institute in Massachusetts

JFK Library/EMK Institute

See exhibits, artifacts, photographs, recordings and unpublished materials that examine the life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy. Located on a ten-acre park overlooking the ocean, the museum is a tribute to our nation's 35th president.
World Ocean School Aboard the Roseway

World Ocean School Aboard the Denis Sullivan

Local non-profit, the World Ocean School, via the 137' schooner Denis Sullivan, provides engaging and hands-on programs at sea which empowers students from a variety of backgrounds, providing a platform where they feel strong and appreciated and which motivates them to be engaged community members. A replica three-masted, wooden, gaff rigged schooner originally from Milwaukee, the Denis Sullivan offers 2 hour harbor cruises throughout the summer that are open to the public.
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