Beauty about being in Boston is, you do not get locked in even on a rainy day to get bored. This city has everything to attract tourists. You are more likely to get some rainy days if you visit in spring time, but don’t worry! There are plenty of things to do in Boston that will keep you occupied letting you burn some energy. Boston has places to keep you out of the weather, whether or not you are travelling with kids.
We have searched following seven fun places for you to hang out on a rainy day.
Boston skyline presents the most dramatic look when it rains and when the sky gets cloudy. Harbor is one of the must visit places in town which you preferably would like to visit when weather is good. A rainy day makes the scene worth visiting at Harbor.
Two of the biggest enclosed dinner cruise boats, the Spirit of Boston and the Odyssey, continue their tours year round, rain or shine.
A Glimpse Of Bostonian History
Do you want to learn about the history of Boston? Pay a visit to historic bars where sons of Liberty dreamed of revolution. Visit Boston’s historic restaurants such as Union Oyster house to enjoy the leisurely meal with the traditional style of servings.
Visit John F Kennedy library situated at Columbia point if you have a taste of reading useful information and history.
Boston does not close on a rainy day. It just changes the art of amusing you with different style. You can watch a movie back there at home as well, but live performances are what you should strive for theatre, comedy show or a concert.
Visit A Museum
Boston is rich when it comes to pick from a list of museums to visit. It has over thirty museums to choose from. Choose the one which best suits your taste and give it a go.
Your choice may very if you are travelling with kids or with adults. We brought you some of the top choices for both.
Museums To With Kids
- Boston Children Museum
- New England Aquarium
- Museum Of Science
Museum For Adults
- Museum Of Fine Arts
- Boston Public Library
- Institute of Contemporary Arts Museum
Closer to the Prudential Center in Back Bay lies hell lot of fun for family before 6 p.m. and then the label goes to strictly 21+. All the fun is out there; the big screens, drinks, food and bowling, you name it!
Shopping in Boston is a fun event itself. You have various options to chose from whether it’s in the Streets or in a Shopping Center.
Shops at Prudential Center, Newbury Street, Harvard Square, malls and Downtown Crossing are the place you would not want to miss while looking for a place to shopping.
Don’t Look For A Roof
If you are enthusiastic and love having fun, then stop looking for a roof in rain. Grab your umbrella instead and start walking to view the city from a different perspective.
This short walking tour starts in the beautiful Boston Common and takes you along one of the most interesting sections of the historic Freedom Trail.