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Uncover Endless Exciting Cultural Things to Do in Boston MA

Explore the history of America's iconic waterfront capital of culture at Hotel Indigo. Connect with the city's dynamic spirit with experiences found only in and around Boston. Get swept away by the fervor at a Red Sox game in Fenway Park or at a Celtics game at TD Garden, located right across the street from our hotel. Walk a few more steps to find the historic Faneuil Hall Marketplace, plenty of colorful shops, bars, and restaurants. Follow in the footsteps of the American Revolution on the red-brick Freedom Trail. Be enchanted by sea lions at the New England Aquarium. Let our curated neighborhood recommendations inspire you to discover distinctive Boston attractions and places to visit you won't forget.
Boston TD Garden at Massachusetts
Category: Entertainment
Cheer with local fans at a Celtics basketball game or Bruins hockey match. Catch over-the-top music concerts by the biggest superstar performers on the planet - all right across the street from our downtown hotel.
Faneuil Hall Market Place at Massachusetts
Category: Shopping & Nightlife
Wander through this historic waterfront marketplace to find quirky souvenir shops, casual bars, and friendly seafood restaurants. Be sure to check out the acrobats and whimsical street performers outside on the cobblestones.
New England Aquarium at Massachusetts
Category: Attractions
Be charmed by the incredible sea creatures at this world-renowned aquarium, including sharks, sea lions, penguins, seals, and sea turtles. Watch a mind-blowing IMAX film and embark on a whale-watching cruise off the coast of Boston.
Fenway Park at Massachusetts
Category: Entertainment
Nothing compares to experiencing a Red Sox MLB baseball game at this 1912 historic landmark, a shrine for baseball fans. Peek behind the scenes on a tour to learn about Boston icons like the Green Monster and Pesky's Pole.
Freedom Trail at Boston
Category: Attractions
Explore the places that played pivotal roles in the American Revolution on this 2.5-mile trail through Boston, including the Paul Revere House, Old State House, Boston Common, and Old North Church. Walk on your own or book a tour.