140 Commonwealth Avenue Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 +1 617 552 4622
The Conte Forum, located at Boston College, is host to ice-hockey and basketball games. A brand new sound system has been installed which means that every patron in the over 8,000 seating capacity of Conte Forum will enjoy the sights and improved sound quality of Boston College Athletics. The arena is also called Kelly Rink, for ice-hockey games, and also features several large jumbotrons.
Alumni stadium is home to the Turkey Bowl, which attracts alumni and friends of the University from around the country, and is one of the highlights of the Thanksgiving week. Apart from soccer, the stadium hosts track and field, as well as softball games, and other special events.
925 Commonwealth Avenue Boston, MA 02215 +1 617 358 4628
The Agganis Arena was specifically designed to support a wide variety of sporting events from ice-hockey to basketball. It also plays host to a lot of Boston University events, concerts, trade shows and other sporting activities.
1350 Tremont Street Boston, MA 02120 +1 617 541 3535
Opened in 1995 and named after the late Boston Celtics star, this facility is great place for a workout or a reception. The gem of the center is the 200-meter oval running track. It is constructed from high-tech materials and is considered one of the five best indoor running facilities in America. There are also basketball, tennis and volleyball courts; weight, fitness and training rooms; wrestling areas and a dance studio. In addition to the athletic facilities, there are several meeting and function rooms available for meetings, banquets and conferences.
23 Newton Street Brookline, MA 02445 +1 617 739 7518
Formerly the family estate of an early U.S. ambassador to Japan, Larz Anderson Park's Japanese stone lantern is the only reminder of Larz Anderson's fascination with the Far East. Residents and visitors frequent these grounds throughout the year. Warm weather brings families flying kites and barbecuing, while the winter months are for sledding down the hillsides and ice-skating at the outdoor skating rink. The Museum of Transportation is located on the grounds.
15 Newton Street Larz Anderson Park Brookline, MA 02445 +1 617 522 6547
Within this 1888 carriage house on the grounds of the Larz Anderson Park is the country's oldest private collection of antique automobiles. Little red Corvettes, big Cadillacs, traditional Fords and old-fashioned Studebakers are on display here. A couple of imported Italian vehicles have found their way into this exhibition. Check out this priceless collection, created for those who appreciate anything with four wheels. Learn how the role of the automobile has shaped our society and grab some replicas of vintage cars from the store before you leave.
83 Beals Street Brookline, MA 02446 +1 617 566 7937
If you have seen the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum and want to learn even more about the Kennedys, visit the 35th President's birthplace in suburban Brookline. Under the guidance of the late Rose Kennedy, the former home of 'America's royal family' has been restored to the way it appeared on May 29, 1917. The U.S. Park Service offers guided tours from April to November. Only tour participants are admitted inside the home.
Beacon Street and Brookline Avenue Boston, MA 02215 +1 800 756 2484
The Citgo Sign is the one of the most prominent and proud landmarks of Boston City. This 60 feet by 60 feet sign at Kenmore Square is a symbol of resilience and an encouragement to all the citizens. The sign is computer operated and it brightens the night sky from dusk to midnight. The flashy and illuminating sign is composed of bright red, blue and white colors, thereby making it a symbol of the fiery and fast life of Bostonians. The reason for its popularity is its appearance in the background during the Red Sox Baseball games which are aired on T.V. A visit to Boston is incomplete without a glimpse of the prestigious CITGO Sign.
238 Saint Botolph Street Northeastern University Boston, MA 02115 +1 617 373 3377
Built in 1910 and being the oldest ice hockey arena in the world, Matthews Arena is located in the Northeastern University campus. Home to the Northeastern Huskies-men's and women's ice hockey teams of the Northeastern University, it offers state-of-the-art-facilities. The arena is also the home of the basketball team of the Northeastern University. The Arena has a seating capacity of over 5500 people. Matthews Arena does not only serve as a sport facility but is available for concerts and other events as well.
Lansdowne Street Boston, MA 02215 +1 617 536 4100 (Tourist Information)
Feeding all the nightly beings with a series of clubs, bars and gaming rooms, Lansdowne Street is undoubtedly the best night destination of Boston. Apart from the bars, clubs, gaming rooms the street also has many restaurants. Some of the places on the Lansdowne Street, which are worth visiting are Jillian's Boston, Avalon, Boston Billiard Club, Bill's Bar, Copperfield's Bar and Down Under Pub and Beer Works.
Just across Charles Street from the Boston Common, Public Garden
is elegantly landscaped with flower beds, lagoons, walking paths and statues, including a notable monument of George Washington on a horse. You can watch couples posing for their wedding ...
The Custom House Tower was Boston's first skyscraper and dominated
the skyline until developers had the technology to conquer the area's soggy soil. Several years ago, the Marriott chain converted this public landmark into a luxury vacation destination. Faneuil ...
Located in Concord, Walden Pond State Reservation is a park
with the pond as it's main attraction. Currently managed by the Department of Conservation and Recreation, this 462 acre park is widely considered to be the beginning of the ...