Boston is one of the most historical cities in the United States.
It is also home to famous, stunning skyscrapers and tourist hot spots. The popular TV show Cheer’s was filmed
here back in the 1980’s. You can check out the Cheer’s bars on your visit.
visiting Boston you will notice a trend – locals love their seafood. Clam chowder and oysters are a favorite. With the city residing right off the harbor, you can chow down on some of the
freshest seafood imaginable.
The perfect place to indulge
in that delicious cuisine is aboard a ship on a dinner cruise.
Dinner cruises are great ways to experience a romantic evening with your lover or to relax with the
family. For a listing of the top two Boston dinner cruises, please
Whether you are celebrating a
birthday or anniversary, planning a group event, or simply need an escape, hop aboard the
Odyssey. Indulge in delicious fresh appetizers and entrees while
relaxing amongst beautiful scenery. After dinner, step out onto
the dance floor and dance the night away to live music. They
offer brunch, lunch, midday, cocktail, dinner, and other cruise choices. Odyssey Cruises is perfect for any type of special occasion or for those
wanting to have a relaxing, peaceful evening.
"We took a night excursion with Odyssey cruises and it was fantastic.
The whole crew did a great job to make us feel very welcomed, as well as gave top notch service. The price
was a little bit high, but well worth it when it was all said and done."
Spirit of Boston
Cruise along the Boston
Harbor while experiencing the most entertaining way to see the city. The Spirit of Boston delivers a unique combination of dining, dancing, and
entertainment. The appetizers and entrees are tasty and the
atmosphere is electric. You won’t find a better way to spend your
evening in Boston. Give them a call today or book your dinner
As much fun as dinner cruises are, there is more excitement
in the city that you should check out. Here are 10 of our favorite
additional Boston activities.
- FenwayPark – Even if you’re in town during the offseason, you
can’t miss out on viewing this historic Major League Baseball stadium. If you manage to snag tickets to a game, you will be amazed by the
atmosphere of this 100+ year old stadium.
Garden – Take a stroll through
the oldest botanical gardens in the United States. Parents and
children of all ages will love it. Bonus: it’s inexpensive!
- John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and
Museum – Who says a vacation
can’t be educational and fun? JFK is one of the most
polarizing figures in American history, and this museum has some cool things to see.
- BostonCommon – This 50 acre park is one of the nation’s oldest
parks in the country. It is the perfect place to have a picnic
in the park or to relax.
- Franklin ParkZoo – Get up close and personal with many wild
animals. This large zoo is considered one of the best in the
nation. There are many exhibits and a wide variety of
animals. Your kids will love it!
- Stow Acres Country Club (Golf) – Are you the type that can’t go on vacation without
playing a round of golf? This local municipal course features
a wooded pine forest and flat fairways.
Science – We already said a
vacation can be entertaining and education. This science
museum has great exhibits for guests of all ages.
- Samuel Adams Brewery – Love beer? Go on a tour of the Samuel Adams Brewery and learn how this tasty adult
beverage is made.
- North End – The North End is Boston’s oldest Italian
neighborhood. It is home to some of the city’s best
restaurants and historic sights.
- Copley Square– This downtown district has some fabulous sights to
see and fun things to do. Plenty of great eateries and places