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.