Tuesday, June 26, 2018

What Are The Best Free Activities and Attractions in Boston MA?

Fun things, as we will soon show you, can cost you zero dollars when you’re touring the city of Boston on the cheap. You’re not a miser, but it would be just you trying to make every cent count and stretching every buck you spend on the trip as much as you can. By saving money on some of these things, the extra money can go towards more meaningful and practical things. So, the first thing you do before your trip to Boston, MA, to strategize and budget for it.

Simple activities like movies in a park, a walking tour around sights you’ve never seen in Boston, MA, iconic landmarks of Manchester, the seas of Portsmouth or breathtaking views along Charles River, a trip to the famed Old North Church in the North End Neighborhood, or a visit to the dwarfed-by-structure but magnified-by-history The Custom House along the Boston Harbor Waterfront. It’s not even a problem at all if you have young children with you, just bring them along and they’ll have plenty of fun too! A trip to the New England Aquarium along Central Wharf, free lunch, and ice-cream at Quincy Market, or stargazing at Coit Observatory will keep them enchanted and entranced from start to the end.

Places like the Museum of Science, Harvard Museum of Natural History and the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem offer free admission days for everyone and if you call them ahead of time, they'll even help you put together a field or educational trip for students and small kids. You can also window-shop to your heart’s content at Harvard Square Entertainment where street performers would tickle your fancy or take the rented charter bus to Boston Public Library where stories of famous past civil rights politicians, activists, and public figures pour out in a multitude of forms like art songs, dances, and opera. If you feel like putting a couple of extra steps into your Fitbit, go for a jog or roll out your yoga mat along Boston Commons for a Yoga session panned out by the Boston Health Commission as a part of their Summer Fitness Series. Be free and #BeTheFrogi with the rest of the neighborhood!

1. Old North Church

35 Washington St, Marblehead, MA 01945
Marblehead was settled by fishermen and mariners of a time gone by around 1630, and legally, the city was a part of Salem during its significant past. The barn-like meeting house, constructed over a small hill but overlooking the ocean, was the first Puritan worship place. It's been through so much more than your history books can ever tell you and a tour around the site is the only way to truly feel every whisper, tale, personal account and culture in the Georgian structure. The church’s pristine, well-maintained venue is not only used for rites of passage, weddings, baptism, and funerals, it is one of the major points along The Freedom Trail! The traditional New England-style meeting house depicts everything to its finest and most elegant detail and you'll certainly appreciate the friendly guides' welcoming nature. 

You can also continue reading about The iconic Custom House tower and hotel, fun exhibits at The New England Museum, and discover a world of entertainment and mouth-watering fares at Quincy Market at Faneuil Hall in the article published on our website, Charter Bus Boston.

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