Tours, Attractions & Fun - Find Your Boston It's All About You!
This tour provider is a favorite of history purists because it's all based in fact, rather than tall tales. Among a variety of specialized themes, "Boston's LGBT Past" is a 90-minute journey through the city's gay and lesbian culture from the 1840s to the 1980s. Tours must be scheduled, ideally a week in advance.
Like something out of a Henry James novel, the South End Neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the largest Victorian row house district in the country. Foodies will love the numerous incredible restaurants and the Artisians will appreciate the art scene. Known as an LGBT retreat, the South End is a stop you'll be glad you included in your Boston Travels.
Mingle with members of the South End community at SoWa Artists Guild's First Friday evenings, where 50 to 60 local artists open their studios to the public, play music, pour a little wine and converse on the process of creativity. Schedules are posted daily as opportunites to visit some artists exist each day.
The perfect date spot or place to linger and look on a rainy day. This landmark fosters contemporary artists working in multidisciplinary forms. Permanent collections include 21st-century sculpture, painting, video, photography and drawing.
Just step from Ames Boston Hotel enjoy street performers, entertainment, shopping and dining. If you are lucky enough to be visiting on Pride Day enjoy an exciting day of family fun and exciting entertainment; 12-5 pm on June 1st.