Boston is known for its championships sports teams, and rowdy sports fans. So get in on the action and check out our professional sports teams, the Boston Red Sox, Bruins, Celtics or New England Patriots. The Red Sox play at Fenway Park, America's most beloved park and in our opinion the most beautiful. While the TD Garden is home to the Boston Celtics and the Boston Bruins as well many other sports and entertainment events.
Looking for something more recreational?
Then sharpen your skates (or rent them) and head off to the Boston Common Frog Pond Skating
located in the heart of the city, the Rink at the Charles Hotel
, located in Harvard Square in Cambridge, or Kendall Square Community Skating
, located in East Cambridge. Follow your outing with a steaming hot chocolate to help warm up your toes!Urban AdvenTours
offers bicycle rentals and environmentally friendly bicycle tours featuring guided art and architecture tours as well as Paul Revere's Ride to Freedom. The Charles River Canoe & Kayak
in Newton offers canoe and kayak sales and rentals with classes and guided tours in the warm weather months. If you want a keep in shape, the Boston Athletic Club
is Boston's best one-stop health club and offers special visitor rates.Wachusett Mountain Ski Area
is one hour away and offers skiers and snowboarders the most accessible big mountain skiing in southern New England. Loon Mountain
is located a little further away, but is definitely work the drive. A commuter rail from Boston's North Station to nearby Fitchburg on Saturdays and Sundays is offered in the ski season. The Weston Ski Track
, a cross country ski and snowshoeing center, features 15 km of maintained and lit trails during the winter months.
And of course you can always enjoy a stroll in America's Walking City. The Boston Emerald Necklace
consists of a 1,100 acre chain of nine parks linked by parkways and waterways designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. America's First Arboretum, the Arnold Arboretum
consists of 265 acres. The Boston Harbor Walk
is a new public walkway along Boston's waterfront with parks, seating areas, cafes and spectacular views of the Harbor.
If golf is your choice of sports, we have a number of courses located just outside the city. South of Boston, Quincy's Granite Links Golf Club
is a private club that allows non-members to play and in Plymouth, Pinehills Golf Club
features two 18 hole course designed by Rees Jones and Nicklaus Design. Minutes west of the city, Stow Acres Country Club
offers two award-winning championship courses.