Boston, Massachusetts Cruise Port
Boston, Massachusetts is one of the most popular locations in the United States, offering many historical sights, museums, live performances and incredible food. It’s not hard to understand why Boston is both a port of call and a departure port. It doesn’t matter if you are departing from Boston or visiting for the day, there are countless sightseeing activities you will want to take part in. Sports are a HUGE deal in Boston, so consider yourself lucky if you get the opportunity to catch a Bruins or Celtics game at TD Bank Garden or a Red Sox game at the legendary Fenway Park. Sample some gourmet seafood, or more importantly, some REAL New England clam chowder at restaurants like the Union Oyster House or the Quincy Market.
There are too many breweries to name, and an unbelievable amount of pubs and bars with craft beers that you've never heard of, so you'll have to sample some yourself before embarking for your cruise from Boston.
Stroll along the Freedom Trail which is a home to 16 Revolutionary War sites.
Visit the restored Boston Tea Party ships and a museum located at Griffin’s Wharf.
Stop by America’s oldest college, Harvard University, and enjoy the learning about the history of this school.