The best things to see and do in Boston in the fall

Boston in the Fall

From heritage trails and historic neighbourhoods to Chinatown, duck tours and Beantown, Boston in the fall has something for every kind of visitor.

Boston Freedom Trail is an incredible way to explore one of America’s most historic cities and it’s the best way to start your visit to Boston.

Take a walking tour

Boston Public Garden in the fall the perfect place to take in a stunning display of autumn colour in every shade of orange, gold, ochre and russet.

Take a food tour of Chinatown and learn about its heritage, hidden gems and most importantly its foodie hotspots.

Take a China Town  Food Tour

If you can’t catch one of the baseball games, the next best thing is a fabulous Fenway Park tour where you can learn all about the stadium and the Red Sox..

Check out the stands  at Fenway Park

Dig into oysters or Lobster roll at Union Oyster House, one of America's oldest restaurants

Have lunch at Union Oyster House

The Boston Duck Tour is one of the most popular tourist attractions and fun activities in the city. Spoiler alert, there are no ducks on this tour - sorry, duck enthusiasts.

Take a Boston Duck Tour

Boston Public Library is an iconic landmark in the city and has been a key part of Boston for over 170-years. With its spectacular architecture and rich history, this is the best place in the city to indulge your inner bookworm.

Visit Boston Public Library

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