Some of the most popular attractions in Boston, Massachusetts, are the Museum of Fine Arts, Fenway Park, the Boston Public Garden and Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum, as rated by TripAdvisor users. Also highly rated are food tours, such as those run by Off The Eaten Path Tours, and the Freedom Trail, which connects Boston Common and Bunker Hill.
Fenway Park is a popular attraction, whether the Boston Red Sox are playing or not. Visitors can take a 50-minute guided tour of the baseball stadium and drink or dine at The Bleacher Bar, which is located under the center field bleachers with views out to the park.
Walking the Freedom Trail can take up to 3 hours in total, stopping at the historic Bell in Hand Tavern, Paul Revere's House and the Old North Church along the way. Another key attraction along the Freedom Trail is Faneuil Hall Marketplace, which dates to the colonial era and houses street food and performances, as well as market stalls and chain stores, notes the Travel Channel.
The Boston Public Garden is a showcase of Victorian gardening and aesthetics. It features exotic plants, a lagoon, fountains, monuments and, during warm months, authentic Swan Boats to take a ride in.