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Our ultimate guide to a weekend in Boston


Boston positively hums with activity and a fascinating history that stretches back almost four centuries. To celebrate the new location of Premier Limousine Boston this month, we’ve put together our ultimate guide to a weekend in New England’s preeminent city.

Freedom Trail

Hit this 2.5-mile loop of some of downtown’s most famous sites to learn more about the rich and diverse history of the city. The trail takes in 16 locations of significance to the development of the US and to Boston itself, including Boston Common, Massachusetts State House, Paul Revere House, and the USS Constitution, a three-masted heavy frigate with wooden hull dating back to 1797. The trail is clearly marked by red bricks and stops are designated by special markers on the sidewalk, so following along is a breeze.

Faneuil Hall

One of Boston’s most well-known sites, Faneuil Hall was built near the city’s waterfront in the 1740s as a marketplace and meeting hall. It even hosted many famous speeches by James Otis, Samuel Adams, and others encouraging a declaration of independence from Great Britain. It is still the site of many important cultural events and serves as an indoor/outdoor market as well as a food hall with a whole host of interesting restaurants and food kiosks serving up local and international cuisine.

Fenway Park

When most people think of the quintessential Boston sports team, they probably think of the Red Sox. World famous and one of the city’s main tourist highlights, a trip to a game at Fenway Park is a must for any baseball fan. While the stadium itself is not the largest you’ll ever see, the ballpark dates all the way back to 1912 making it the oldest in Major League Baseball. 

Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

Roll back the years and get ready for an immersive theatrical experience at this dockside museum honoring the Boston Tea Party movement of 1773. Marking one of the key moments in the years leading up to the American Revolution, the museum even lets visitors relive the real thing by throwing tea into the harbor. 

The Path of Presidents

Learn more about the history of Boston from a presidential perspective with this 20-stop digitally-mapped tour of sites of interest all around the city. The Path of Presidents features locations such as the birthplace of John F. Kennedy, Washington’s headquarters just across the river in Cambridge, and homes that belonged to William Howard Taft and Grover Cleveland. 

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Round off your trip with a concert from the renowned Boston Symphony Orchestra, established in 1881 and still the largest orchestral organization in the world. The Orchestra performs on select evenings from September through May at the Symphony Hall on Massachusetts Ave, a US National Historic Landmark in its own right that was built to house the Orchestra back in 1900. 

Wherever your trip to Boston might take you, Premier Limousine will get you there. We have transportation options to suit a wide range of group sizes and requirements, with an unwavering commitment to delivering exceptional customer service every time you ride with us.

From airport shuttles to city tours to corporate events, we have you covered.

Posted on Aug 23 2019

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