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Things To Do in Boston This Fall

By: Mariah Rogers
Oct 4, 2020 • 4 min read

Traveling to Beantown? Here are the Top Spots to Visit this Fall.

Making a trip to Boston? Or, are you interested in being a tourist in your own city? Here are the top spots to visit in Beantown this fall. Whether you are a restaurant lover, beach walker, park adventurer, or shopping fanatic, this is your must-read guide.

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#1 The Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum

If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, this is a must-do stop for your next visit to Boston. History fanatics and greenery lovers unite at the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum. This unique location is full of fantastic art, history lessons, and amazing photo-ops in the central garden. Explore the exquisite architecture and walk the museum’s halls to embrace the beauty of this one-of-a-kind spot.

#2 The Boston Public Library

This is a landmark in Boston that every visitor or local must explore. Quietly make your way through the building to see local university students and researchers hard at work, invested in their studies. Climb to the top to experience a breath-taking view of Boston and participate in some quality people-watching. Take a seat and enjoy your current read in a perfect atmosphere for quiet focus.

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#3 Newbury Street

If you are looking to enjoy a bite to eat or indulge in a shopping extravaganza, Newbury Street in Boston has it all. This is a great stop to make with family since there is something for everyone! Exploring this popular spot in the fall is especially beautiful. Make sure to take advantage of it!

#4 Faneuil Hall & Quincy Market

This is the prime place to go if you have worked up an appetite. Faneuil Hall and Quincy Marketplace in Boston is a popular spot to explore various cuisine options and fun treats that are sure to hit the spot. It is the perfect place to shop and eat. This long stretch of buildings is a historic landmark every Bostonian knows and loves.

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#5 Boston Public Garden

Located in the heart of Boston, this park is home to historical statues, beautiful landscaping, and a taste of nature within the city. Embrace the fall foliage as you stroll through the pathways while admiring the “Make Way For Ducklings” statues and swan boats as they travel through the park. 

#6 The New England Aquarium

This is a great stop for anyone interested in ocean life or has curious kids! The New England Aquarium is a breathtaking place to expand your knowledge of oceanography, say hello to your favorite sea creatures, or interact with countless displays.

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