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Explore one of America’s most historic cities when you take an American Airlines flight to Boston. Visit the “cradle of liberty” in Faneuil Hall, now a modern-day market, stroll through the lush Public Garden, and climb aboard a 200-year old battleship in the Charlestown Naval Shipyard when you fly to Boston with American Airlines.
Head off the beaten path to discover more things to do in Boston with American Airlines. Explore the shops and clubs in Cambridge, take a ferry to the Harbor Islands for some family fun, and experience Boston’s charming Little Italy in the North End. American is with you every step of the way.
Back Bay’s top address for art and fashion. Contemporary galleries like Barbara Krakow, along with boutiques, salons and craft stores, are tucked into the first floors of the graceful Victorian brownstones on this eight-block stretch. The adjacent neighborhood, the South End, has a vibrant restaurant scene anchored by its signature spot, Hamersley’s Bistro.
Just a short ride away from the waterfront. Hike and picnic on Grape Island, swim at the beach on Spectacle Island, check out the Civil War-era fort on Georges Island or simply ride one of the boats around the harbor for a better perspective of the city.
The winding streets are full of charming cafes such as the 90-year-old Caffè Vittoria—its pressed-tin ceiling, metal chairs and antique coffee machines exude an old-world atmosphere. Walk to the Old North Church, where lanterns were hung “two if by sea” to signal Paul Revere, followed by a self-guided tour around the Paul Revere House.
The square anchors the oldest institute of higher learning in the States. After you see the perfect greens and refined Greek Revival and neoclassical buildings of Harvard Yard, visit Grolier Poetry Bookshop for literary edification, then get your groove on at Club Passim, where folkies from Joan Baez to Tracy Chapman honed their chops.
Housed in an I.M. Pei - designed concrete and glass structure in Dorchester. Watching the 1960 debates between Kennedy and Richard Nixon —the first of their kind to be televised live —is a treat, as is spying the array of future First Lady Jackie’s dresses.
Book a flight to Boston with American Airlines today to discover more things to do in Boston.