Only a couple professional sports stadiums in our minds are "must sees" and Fenway is one of them. The Park and its Green Monster are a short taxi ride from most downtown hotels and the Bo Sox typically field a good team.
- Professional Sports Team
Starting in late May, this outfitter offers a number of trips for beginners and more advanced paddlers. They will provide the paddle, wetsuit, and even jackets, but it's BYOL--bring your own lunch.
This Irish Pub is hub-central for after work libations. Plenty of seating and the crowd is all business during the week. Weekends bring 20-somethings through the doors. A limited food menu is offered, but most patrons are hear for the suds.
During the spring and summer months, NEA runs whale tours out from its Central Wharf locale. We understand their service is the most popular so you may need to plan ahead...way ahead if this interests you. Check their website or call for details.
- Whale Watching
Primarily listed because it is one of the closest golf public courses to downtown Boston. It is also historically significant as it has been around since the late 1800's! Greens fees are very reasonable.
This isn't your stereotypical jazz club located at the end of a dark alley with a flickering neon sign. Scullers actually hangs its shingle at the Doubletree Guest Suites near Harvard's Business School--not the downtown Doubletree.
- Jazz Club
This course features mature trees along tough par 5s. Golf Digest has ranked this course as one of the best in the state. The 18th is a 562-yard dogleg right par 5 that finishes at the club house. There is a driving range here too. Greens fees range from $60-$100.
We cover this location under our Work Out tab, but we think it also makes for a fun Go Play -- especially for those traveling with kids in tow.
- Multiple Sports Activities