17  LEGENDARY Things To Do In Boston, MA With Kids

Boston is definitely a  city of firsts and superlatives!

There is an incredible amount of interesting, historical, and fun things to do in Boston MA with kids (and without kids).

The Boston Freedom  Trail Tour We laughed the whole way through it at our guide’s dry sense of humor and his funny way of telling the truth about the history of Boston.

Paul Revere’s house is still standing, it is the oldest house in Boston and one of the most popular Boston attractions.

The Union Oyster House is the oldest restaurant in Boston and the oldest restaurant in continuous service in the U.S. — the doors have always been open to diners since 1826.

I was concerned it might be one of those kitschy tourist traps, but it wasn’t at all.

It has a story behind it that makes it interesting.

In 1634, Boston Common was created as America’s first public park.

The 44 acres of Boston Commons was sold by the first settler of the area, William Blackstone for 30 pounds to the Puritan Colonists on the condition that it would always remain a free public space.

Newbury Street is not like any other high end shopping street you have walked along before I’ve been to some of the most well known, Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, 5th Avenue New York, Magnificent Mile in Chicago, I love all of them, but Newbury Street is something special.

Of course, no family trip to Boston is complete without taking the kids out to a ball game. If Fenway Park isn't on your To-Do List, it should be!

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