Experience the Best Things to Do in Boston Right Outside Our Front Door
Boston’s Back Bay is one of the city’s most captivating neighborhoods, brimming with historic 19th century brownstones featuring everything from boutiques to award-winning restaurants. The Inn @ St. Botolph provides unparalleled access to the city center; we’re just a block away from the Prudential Center and Copley Place, and within walking distance of the subway and many of Boston’s most notable landmarks. Browse our list of attractions below, and feel free to ask us for additional information.
Boston is well known as a premier destination for education; some of the world’s most prestigious schools are located within the area.
It’s the oldest major league baseball park in the country, and arguably one of its most famous (or infamous, depending on your viewpoint).
For nearly a century, the Boston Children’s Museum has helped children and their families understand and celebrate the world in which they live.
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is almost as notable for its splendid architecture as it is for its incredible collection.
Built in the early 20th century and designated as a US National Historic Landmark in 1999, Symphony Hall is widely regarded as one of the most acoustically impressive venues in the world.
Boston’s traditional fine arts museum is home to an exquisite collection of works by some of the world’s most celebrated artists, including Monet, Renoir, and Van Gogh.
Faneuil Hall has been an integral part of the Boston landscape for over 250 years.
A day of upscale retail therapy awaits you at these two expansive shopping centers.
The Boston outpost of this famous Blues chain offers casual Southern dining and a year-round menu of fantastic events.