TD Garden's West End Location Makes Exploring Boston Attractions a Breeze

The TD Garden's location makes seeing Boston area attractions a breeze. Situated in a central location that makes accessing the waterfront, North End, Charlestown, Beacon Hill, and even Cambridge a breeze you can get to many Boston attractions without the need of a car, T or even a taxi.

Enjoy a day on the Freedom Trail in Charlestown where three  of the 10best TD Garden area attractions live- USS Constitution, USS Constitution Museum and Bunker Hill Monument. Be sure to don your walking shoes as the hilly landscape and steps leading up to the top of the monument are no joke. 

A visit to the North End offers more than food, as two historical spots make for must see stops between eating. Explore the Paul Revere House and Old North Church and take a step into the history of the United States. 

Shopping, street performers, restaurants and bars line the walkways of Faneuil Hall Marketplace where you'll find plenty to see and do. When you tire of buying, walk over to the Greenway where you're sure to find something fun going on.

Or enjoy a museum, two easily accessible from the TD Garden include the Museum of Science and the New England Aquarium.

The USS Constitution Museum relates the storied 200-year history of the USS Constitution, which was first launched in the late 18th century and is now recognized as the world's oldest commissioned warship. During her years at sea, the...  Read More

This 221-foot granite obelisk remembers the Battle of Bunker Hill. Rangers provide details about the history of the crucial battle, and seasonal musket-firings add a note of authenticity. A stop on the FReedom Trail, the Bunker Hill Monument is...  Read More

The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway
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The Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway (or Greenway as locals say) is a connection of parks that runs through Boston.Built as the crown jewel of the Big Dig, the Greenway replaces the green bridge that once carted commuters through Boston on...  Read More

This is the spot where the famous signal warned residents of Cambridge that the British were approaching by sea with two of Paul Revere's lanterns on the night of April 18, 1775. The oldest church building in Boston, Old North Church still...  Read More

Boston Public Garden

Take a leisurely stroll through the oldest botanical garden in the United States and get a feel for Boston's charm and grace. 1877 marks the start of the Garden's fame for the Swan Boats that float along the pond when the weather warms; a...  Read More

The adventure begins before you step foot through the door. Watch the Harbor Seals swirl around in the outdoor tank while you wait for tickets, or linger when you finish and recount your time inside. A four-story tank spans the center of this...  Read More

Paul Revere House

Situated along the Freedom Trail, this two-and-a-half-story wooden house in Boston's North End served as the home of Paul Revere when he set out on April 18, 1775 for that famous ride toward Lexington. Built in about 1680 and now recognized as a...  Read More

Faneuil Hall, originally established as a market for merchants, fishermen and vendors in 174 is now a tourist attraction known for shopping, eating and drinking. One of America's premiere urban marketplaces, Faneuil Hall boasts more than 100...  Read More

Museum of Science
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Who would not love to walk into a Museum and come face to face with a life-sized dinosaur? Explore each and every last crook of the Museum of Science and encounter excitement from our past, present and even a glimpse into our future. Kids are...  Read More

USS Constitution

Constructed in the North End using bolts, spikes and other fittings from Paul Revere's foundry, "Old Ironsides" is steeped with Boston history. One of the US Navy's six original frigates, the USS Constitution did not lose any of the 40 battles...  Read More


Meet Jessica Polizzotti

Born and raised in Boston, Jessica knows her city like the back of her hand.  Always looking to uncover something new, Jessica keeps up on the latest and greatest Boston offerings. 

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