Summertime Attractions In The Boston Seaport District

Boston is known for being one of the prime getaways in the state and the Seaport District is one of the best places to visit.  is at the heart of the Seaport scene, and is the most convenient lodging if you’re visiting the beautiful city of Boston soon.

Here is our rundown of the top summertime places to visit in Boston after booking your stay:

The New England Aquarium – Makes complete sense right? Since Boston is a seaport city, it would have easier access to the denizens of the sea and the New England Aquarium never has shortages when it comes to displaying the natural beauty of the underwater world.

The most popular exhibits at the New England Aquarium are the penguin exhibit and the stingray touch tank. There are other shows that are periodically shuffled, but you can be sure that there will always be sea-themed shows at the aquarium for the entire family to enjoy.

Boston Harbor Cruises – This is one of the most sought after activities in Boston; cruising along the seaport and finding oneself mesmerized by the glittering, yet tranquil, Boston city line.

Boston Harbor Cruises (as well as boat trips) are recommended for families and individuals/couples, but also for large groups of people who’d like to celebrate their birthday/s on one of the ships. Be sure to book a ticker after booking your stay at the Envoy Hotel, which conveniently located at the Seaport area.

Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market – A walking tour of the city of Boston would not be complete without a visit to Faneuil Hall and the Quincy Market. Faneuil Hall is an outdoor mall with lots of different stores and shops. So if you love shopping and the itch to buy coincides with your trip to Boston, visit Faneuil Hall to get a feel of Boston city life. One attraction that seems to be getting a lot of attention recently is The Frost Ice Loft.

They keep this place cool all day long and you can bring the kids here up to 6 PM. After 6 PM, The Frost Ice Loft becomes a 21+ bar. What about the Quincy Market? The Quincy Market features lots of local and international cuisine so if you’re in the city as a foodie, the Quincy Market has lots to offer and you won’t be disappointed.

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museums – Who doesn’t love a bit of history during their stay in a new city?

Visit the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum and get a load of new exhibits, as well as a great reenactment of this unique event in American history. Tea-tasting is also possible in the vicinity, as part of the overall museum experience.

Boston Duck Tours – This is another great opportunity for you to experience Boston from the viewpoint of a passionate traveler. The tour begins with bus and touches the main landmarks of the city before the bus transforms into a boat and launches into the seaport. You’ll get the unique experience of seeing and living the city of Boston from land and from the water, too.

Be sure to book early at the Envoy Hotel so you can enjoy all these great attractions in Boston when you arrive.