Things To Do in Boston, MA This Summer! 

Are you visiting the Boston area with friends or family this summer? There are plenty of different activities, neighborhoods, and restaurants for you to see. We have put together a little guide to show you the essential places you should visit this summer. 


Visit A Museum in Boston, MA 

Whether you gravitate towards exhibitions big or small, niche or broad, artistic or scientific, modern or ancient, ugly or beautiful, you’ll walk away from each with a bit of this city’s perpetual genius in your bones. Here are just a few of the exciting museums in Boston, MA, with fluctuating exhibitions:


Museum of Fine Arts: The MFA has an extensive collection of art and artifacts and houses one of the best collections of Korean art outside the Korean peninsula. It also has the only permanent exhibition for ancient coins in the US and a collection of works by John Singer Sargent. 

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: An intimate and unparalleled experience, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum draws on the vast art collection of its founder, Isabella Stewart Gardner, who had a love for travel, the bohemian lifestyle, and the luxuries of ancient cultures. 

Harvard Museum of Natural History – The Harvard Museum of Natural History proves fascinating for both adults and kids – great for a day out with the family to keep everyone interested! Since 1998, it has served as Harvard’s botanical, geological, and zoology research destination, and some of the collections began as early as the 1780s.


Visit Historical Sites

Another popular thing to do on the less hot days in Boston, MA, is to take a trip down the historic Freedom Trail. With plenty of stops along the way, this is a great thing to do with family or on a more relaxed day. Here are some destinations to look out for: 


USS Constitution: The USS Constitution, the world’s oldest-commissioned warship that is still afloat, is docked at Charlestown’s Navy Yard. It is a part of the Freedom Trail and is open to the public with free admission – definitely worth the trip! 

The Paul Revere House – Along the Freedom Trail, this is one of the fascinating stops. This intimate, two-story wood-frame Tudor-style home has been restored and refurbished and accurately reflects how it would have looked when silversmith Paul Revere lived here with his family.


Eat Out at Committee in Boston, MA 

After a long day exploring the museums and historical sites of Boston, MA, you will be ready for a delicious meal. Visit Committee in Boston, MA, for a luxurious and authentic Greek meal right here on the waterfront of Boston. To make reservations, visit our website.