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This Massachusetts Travel Edition Posted on 04/09/14   |   Next Edition »

Visiting Greater Boston

Spring and summer in Greater Boston and Fenway Park is filled with cheering Red Socks fans. A Boston tradition since 1912, Summer baseball with the Boston Red Socks at Fenway Park is a must for first-time visitors. With a full schedule of 2014 home games, it's easy to join the fun. Don't miss May 28th for Country Western Night and the World Series 10-year reunion. Kids run the bases at Fenway on June 15th, with fan photo day on the 18th.

Boston kicks off summer at City Hall Plaza Labor Day Weekend. Boston Calling Music Festival fills the plaza with live music on two stages making for one big party. Dress comfortably and bring sunglasses and sunscreen for these three days of music, Friday through Sunday, May 23rd through 25th. Among the lineup are TigermanWoah, The Districts, and Magic Man, and there are plenty of food & drink vendors on hand to keep you fueled.

Cambridge Arts Council celebrates summer by presenting the 35th Cambridge River Festival. The 2014 festivities move from the traditional location on the banks of the Charles River, to the Central Square Cultural District. June 7th is the date to celebrate music, dance, and art at the Cambridge River Festival.

Boston Harborfest celebrates its 33rd year in 2014. A favorite 4th of July destination, the festival runs from July 2nd to 6th. Enjoy events at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Dorchester, visit Central Wharf at New England Aquarium, and don’t miss the Fourth of July concert on the Esplanade followed by a spectacular fireworks show.

Gillette Stadium, south of Boston, is home to the New England Patriots and University of Massachusetts Amherst Football, but in summer it’s all about MLS New England Revolution. With a full schedule of matches, the Revolution offers family fun well into fall. Gillette Stadium is located 6 miles south of Sharon and Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary.

Visit the town of Concord, 20 miles northwest of downtown Boston, and take a trip back in American history. Among Concord’s attractions are the Louisa May Alcott Orchard House where Little Women was penned, the Ralph Waldo Emerson House, and Sleepy Hollow Cemetery. An ideal destination for literature and history buffs to explore and be inspired.

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6 Best Western Hotels
in Greater Boston

  • Best Western Plus Boston Hotel

    Boston

  • Best Western at Historic Concord

    Concord

  • Best Western Adams Inn Quincy-Boston

    Quincy

  • Best Western Plus The Inn at Sharon/Foxboro

    Sharon

  • Best Western TLC Hotel

    Waltham

  • Best Western Plus New Englander

    Woburn

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