I'm visiting Boston March 13-15th, and I've been there numerous times, so I've done all the well attractions,?
but can someone suggest things to do that may be unique? Something that not all the first time tourists in the city would do.
- Whatever4Lv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
My personal favorite -- the Adams Homestead in Quincy. Amazing. The guide said the collection was worth $1 billion, she might have been too low.
Any of the Harvard museums (Glass Flowers), the Gardner Museum, some galleries on Newbury Street, the new ICA. Chinatown grocery stores. The Rose Art museum at Brandeis, which might not be there for long. The Maparium at the Christian Science Center. The Harrison Gray Otis House. The Gibson House. The case of emmys, oscars, etc. in the Library at BU. The Tiffany Windows at Arlington Street Church.
Oh -- and the water shuttle between the Charlestown Navy Yard and Long Wharf. Cheapest best harbor cruise around. Only $2.00.Source(s): I live here.
- ribbsLv 44 years ago
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- Anonymous1 decade ago
Well, I am not sure if it will be open by March 13th, and you will need a car to get there, but Purgatory Chasm in Sutton, MA is one of the better kept secrets around:
It is New England's own little Grand Canyon. And nobody knows about it. And nobody really knows what event created it. Ages ago.
Telephone: (508) 234-3733
Take your cam!
- Fester FrumpLv 71 decade ago
If you've done all the well known tourist stuff, then I guess that makes you a local.
Go to boston.com, "things to do" put in the dates under the "when" option to see what your choices for things to do would be if you lived here.
If it was me - I'd go Bruins and or Celtics assuming they are in town.