Start your day by having breakfast at Miel. It is Boston's first Provence-themed brasserie celebrating the organic wonders known to this fascinating region of France.
Next, go to the JFK Library and step back into the recreated world of the early 1960s and experience firsthand the life and legacy of President John F. Kennedy. Period settings from the White House and 25 multimedia exhibits create a stirring account of President Kennedy's thousand days in office. The national memorial to President Kennedy sits on a 10-acre waterfront site on Columbia Point offering panoramic views of Boston's skyline and Harbor Islands.
Next, enjoy lunch at The Chart House. The outstanding cuisine and views of the water makes it a longtime favorite. Choose from famous entrées such as Macadamia Crusted Mahi, Miso Glazed Salmon & Whole Maine Lobster, cracked right at your table.
The Museum of Fine Arts is one of the world's great art museums with masterpieces from around the world and across the ages, including more Monets than any museum outside of Paris, an unrivaled Japanese art collection, treasures from Egypt and the ancient world, and American art from colonial to modern times. At every turn, travel to a time and a place that will inform, enlighten, and inspire
After the MFA, have dinner at Grill 23. Awarded Best Steakhouse, Best Seafood Restaurant by Zagat Survey. Boston Magazine concurs with Best Steakhouse Award. Crisp service and an outstanding wine list complement prime dry-aged beef and fresh seafood.
After a long day, you can recoup at the Copley Square Hotel. The Hotel Offers unparalleled personal service in an intimate, yet vibrant urban setting, and chic alternative for embracing Boston's rich history and local culture. Awake refreshed, revitalized and ready for a dynamic visit to Boston.