Find Tourism Sites in Boston

Boston has many tourism sites that are great for out-of-towners to get the Boston experience! From historical sites and landmarks on the Freedom Trail, to popular outdoor green spaces, we have some places that are ideal for tourism – so whether you’re here for a day or a week, here are some destinations to check out. We hope you enjoy your stay in Boston!

Best Parks for Tourism

Here are our choices for the best parks for tourism in the Boston area (updated for 2020):

A 221-foot monument in Charlestown erected to commemorate the Battle of Bunker Hill.

Walking trails, peaceful ponds, community gardens and a botanical garden.

One of the oldest navy yards and now the site of the U.S.S. Constitution, waterfront views and more.

A public square and green space in Boston’s Back Bay close to many bars and restaurants.

A large park that borders the Charles River with a path for walking and biking and amazing views.

The oldest park in America overlooked by the State House, with plenty of picnic areas, food vendors.

A public garden adjacent to Boston Common with beautiful scenery, and sculptures.

A popular destination for tourists with food trucks, farmers markets and a beer garden.

View the entire list of tourism destinations, sites and landmarks in the Boston area, including Brookline and Cambridge.