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There are a number of fantastic boating destinations nearby that our members love to explore during their stay at Safe Harbor Marina Bay. Some long-time favorites include: Spectacle Island, Long Island, Peddocks Island, George’s Island, Reinsford Island, Lovell Island, Gallops Island, and Grape Island. Island hopping here is full of fun surprises–whether you’re dropping anchor to relax and take in the gorgeous natural scenery or dropping a line to catch a big one. Other popular activities on and around the islands include hiking, swimming, watersports, and spending a day on the beach.
This historic meeting place, constructed in 1742, came to be known as the “Cradle of Liberty,” for the many meetings held there in the years leading up to the American Revolution. After American independence, Faneuil Hall continued to serve as a gathering place for planning, advocacy, and debate for representatives from all ideologies–from abolitionist orators like Frederick Douglass and William Lloyd Garrison to Jefferson Davis, the president of the Confederate States, and later, to suffragist Lucy Stone. Today, it is open for the public to visit and tour.
This historic maritime structure is the oldest continually used and last staffed lighthouse in the United States, dating back long before the first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired. Originally built in 1716, the Boston Light has been damaged by war, weather, and time, and has been rebuilt and restructured throughout the centuries. The lighthouse can be seen as far as 27 miles out in the Atlantic, and has guided ships to safety for hundreds of years. Narrated boat tours of the Boston Light and the other historic Boston Harbor lighthouses are also available to visitors.
This bustling district is known as Boston’s favorite place to shop, dine, stay, and explore. The tree-lined avenue is populated by cozy restaurants, eclectic boutiques, the Boston Library, and a slew of fascinating galleries, perfect for a leisurely day or afternoon visit. There’s something here for every member of your crew to discover and enjoy.
A great spot to enjoy a beer and gather with friends, Sam Adams Boston Brewery, located in the heart of Jamaica Plain and boasts an outdoor beer garden, shareable snacks, and delicious local bites. The brewery offers a variety of tours for those interested in learning more about the brewing process and the ongoing research and development initiatives. Visitors also enjoy a rotating line up of fun events, including trivia, games, and more.
Situated inside Bay Pointe Marina on the South Shore of Massachusetts, this waterfront eatery sits directly on the docks overlooking the picturesque waters and the steady bustle of watercraft coming and going from the harbor. The ambiance is simple and elegant and In the summer months, guests have the option to dine on the beautiful seaside deck. The menu here is seafood forward, but includes a wide variety of both surf and turf options, including fresh oysters, bacon-wrapped scallops, lobster carbonara, seafood paella, burgers, sandwiches, prime rib, short rib, and steaks. The cocktail offerings are no less impressive, with delicious concoctions like the blood orange martini, spicy margarita, and the signature housemade sangria.
Voted the #1 “Best Patriotic Attraction in America” by USA Today, the Boston Tea Party ships and museum is a multi-sensory, interactive experience that tells the story of one of the most significant events in U.S history. This engaging deep dive into history features live actors, immersive exhibits, and full-scale replicas of 18th-century vessels. A great family-friendly activity that is both fun and educational, no trip to Boston is complete without a visit to this fascinating attraction.
Experience over 250 years of American history on Boston’s iconic Freedom Trail. This 2.5-mile journey features 16 nationally significant historical sites, including churches, meeting houses, burial grounds, parks, museums, a ship, and more. Historical markers tell the story of Boson before, during, and after the American Revolution, detailing the city’s significance in the fight for independence from the British. There are also a number of excellent guided tours along the trail, each highlighting specific themes of interest and narrated in detail by actors personifying 18th-century characters.
With a mission to inspire people to harness science for the global good, Boston’s Museum of Sciences offers fascinating explorations of everything from dinosaurs to nanotechnology, engineering to geology, AI to New England plant and animal habitats, and much more. The exhibit halls cover a wide range of subjects, experiments, and research, while the Omni Films, Planetarium, and other live presentations bring another interactive dimension to the experience. One of the largest science museums in the world, this extraordinary collection engages nearly 5 million people a year in person and online.