WOW Travel Guide | Welcome to Boston

Overview

Boston. Baseball. Baked Beans. Ben Affleck. Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States with a rich history that can be seen on every corner. Despite its old roots, it is a modern town, teaming with world-class food and drink in every neighborhood. We go deep into this red brick metropolis to discover some of the more off-the-wall attractions like the world's largest (and only?) stained glass globe, large enough that you can walk in it, a hidden library that houses a very unique book bound in human flesh, and a bookshop tucked away in a tiny alley where you can find some real treasures. Of course we hit up some breweries and baseball along the way, so come on and let's check out Bean Town together!

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cheap
expensive
Chill
Buzzing
Beach
Fire Side
Walk It
Cab It
Early Birds
Night Owls

Trinity Church

Tucked away in Boston’s Back Bay, this beautiful Episcopalian church is one of the best on the whole East Coast.  Exquisite sculptures  Read More

Boston Breweries

Boston’s got some of the best beers on the planet, period.  If you’re in Boston and you don’t at least swing by one of these great local breweries, you’re  Read More

Boston Nightlife

Boston’s got a kickin’ nightlife scene.  Join us as we show you an underground cocktail lounge, complete with ice butchers, a speakeasy barcade to revisit your lost  Read More

Welcome to Boston!

Boston. Baseball. Baked Beans. Ben Affleck. Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States with a rich history that can be seen on every corner. Despite its old roots, it is a modern town, teaming with world-class food and drink in every neighborhood.

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Boston is home to the oldest public park in the U.S.
A deadly wave of molasses once flooded the North End.
The first U.S. subway was built here.
America's first with execution took place in Boston, not Salem.
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