If you’re a regular follower of this site, you might remember that last summer I did a short series of posts about things to do in specific cities with kids. I highlighted lots of great activities to do in some major cities across the US. Not only are these great resources if you live in these areas, but they’re also perfect for travel.

Check them out:

Atlanta          Chicago          Seattle          Charlotte          San Diego

Back by popular demand, I’ve decided to highlight a few more of my favorite cities this summer.

Last summer we got the opportunity to spend a week in Boston. I had no idea how quickly and how deeply I would fall in love with the city. I’m sure it had something to do with the time of year we visited (I’m not 100% certain I would feel the same infatuation with Boston in February!) But even my kids wanted to stay forever!

Narrowing down this list was tricky! There are SO many great activities to do in Boston with kids!

Here are my top 20 recommendations:

  1. Freedom Trail
  2. Museum of Science
  3. Swan Boat Ride
  4. New England Aquarium
  5. Fenway Park
  6. The USS Constitution
  7. The World’s Only Curious George Store
  8. Hold the Lobsters at Legal Seafood (eat there too!)
  9. Franklin Park Zoo
  10. Boston Duck Boat Tour
  11. Skywalk Observatory
  12. Quincy Market
  13. Boston Public Garden
  14. JFK Presidential Library
  15. Boston Children’s Museum
  16. Paul Revere House
  17. Water Taxi Ride
  18. Copley Square
  19. Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum
  20. Boston Common Carrousel

For more recommendations about visiting Boston, be sure to check out my other posts: Best of Boston and Tips For Doing The Freedom Trail With Kids.

Click here to Save 45% or more on Boston’s 5 best attractions with CityPASS!

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