Things for 2 teens to do in south shore\greater Boston?
ANYTHING....... Except nightlife\meat\alcohol related things. We're younger teen girls, but my friend's not too girly. We are both foodies. She's a vegetarian.
- RosalieLv 78 years agoFavorite Answer
Go to Haymarket and the North End on a Saturday morning - it's amazing.
Don't bother with Faneuil Marketplace - just go to the open air market, and don't miss the shops down under along the side of the building.
You can also cross over to the North End - where there is more food than you will know what to do with.
If you can get someone to go with you and drive, take the trip to H Mart in Burlington - it's east of 128 at the Middlesex Turnpike across from the Burlington Mall. It's a huge Asian supermarket with little places on the right side that will maek you fresh stir fry or sushi, a Vietnamese style "French" bakery, and the rest of the place will take you all day to go through. It's a blast!
Moody Street in Waltham has a bunch of cool places too - little restaurants, and markets.
Mexican, Indian, Brazilian, you name it - all on Moody street.
- 8 years ago
hay market, chinatown(fun but be careful) back bay, quincy at any of the restaurants, duxbury has awesome beaches, canobie lake park in salem NH, not too far from boston, boston common, COPLEY AND PRUDENTIAL<3333