What To Do In Boston

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What To Do In Boston: Travel Guide

Suggestions, By You!

Last weekend I went to Boston with one of my best friends, Danielle, for a little girls’ trip! It was a very last minute trip (like bought the ticket 5 days before we left!), which made it all the more fun. We didn’t have a ton of time to plan and just went with a few ideas in mind: good food, cute places, and the Monet exhibit. That was it. ha! We figured we would just walk around and take it all in!

But before we left, I popped a little recommendation box up in my Instagram story and WHOA, you came through. I am *so* glad I asked you because your ideas were waaay better than ours, and we hit so many things on your lists!

So today I thought I’d round up all of the most suggested places made by Y-O-U! That way you can just bookmark this page and keep it as a resource for the next time you head to Boston… because that’s certainly what I’ll be doing. We were only there for three days, and I could have stayed for a WEEK. So much to see and take in; if you haven’t been, add it to your list… you’ll love it.

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Also, as for the list below, the ones with the “*” are places we went. I’ll make sure to add a little note by them as well! Truly, we had the best time, and I know you will too!

Where to Eat in Boston:

What to See in Boston
Museum of Fine Arts
Harvard
Harvard

What to See in Boston:

SoWa Vintage Market
SoWa Vintage Market
Brattle Bookstore
Brattle Bookstore

Where to Shop in Boston:

  • SoWa Vintage Market * (Vintage: Sunday 11am-4pm) – This was so much fun and worth it, especially if you like to treasure hunt!
  • Black Ink (Paper Goods)
  • Back Bay* (Shopping) – The shops on Back Bay are adorable, and the street is idyllic–definitely worth a stroll.
  • Seaport District* (Shopping) – We fell in love with this area, definitely a great place shop around.
  • Brattle Book Shop* (Books) – This is a Boston MUST. We ended up buying so many vintage books, we had to walk around the corner to a post office and ship them home! Ha!
  • Grolier Poetry Book Shop (Books)
  • Trident Bookstore (Books)

Hopefully this list is helpful! And I appreciate so many of you sending me notes on what to do and where to go! I can’t wait to go back and take Ryan.

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  1. I love these kinds of posts! Such fun to learn about the good places from other people. Haven’t been to Boston in years but you’ve given me the itch.

    • I’m so glad you loved my hometown! Bostonians love when people visit and I do hope you felt welcomed and loved. You have a wonderful list here, next time stay longer and head north or south and explore our beautiful coastal towns. Xo

  2. We love Boston and if you are traveling with children, their Children’s Museum is one of the best! We also went to visit the Make Way for Ducklings statue which is a classic as well.

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