There’s no shortage of things to do in Boston, one of America’s oldest cities. History buffs and bar hoppers alike will appreciate the vast array of Boston hotels, tours and attractions. Whether you’re here ...Go to Destination
Since it opened in 1912, Fenway Park has served the home ballpark for the Boston Red Sox team and is the oldest major league baseball stadium currently in use. Don and the crew get a chance to take in a home game at this iconic stadium.
Founded in 1969 as the Bull & Finch Pub, the bar is known internationally as the exterior of the bar seen in the television sitcom Cheers. Don and the crew grab a brew at this bar where everyone knows your name.
84 Beacon Street Boston, Massachusetts 02108
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.
41 Union Street Boston, MA
This building was the center of Boston 's civic life in the 18th century and the scene of some of the most dramatic chapters in the lead-up to the American Revolution. Don climbs up to the top of the building to a get a unique look of the city.
The Citgo Sign
The iconic CITGO sign has been a part of the Boston skyline since 1940. Don gets a close-up look at the iconic sign from the rooftop.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace is actually four great places in one location ' Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, North Market and South Market, all set around a cobblestone promenade where jugglers, magicians and musicians entertain the passers-by.
Mike's Pastry is a well-known pastry shop in the North End of Boston. Don and the crew stop quench their sweet tooth in between shoots by grabbing a cannoli.
300 Hanover Street Boston, MA 02113