Explore Boston

The Sights of the Waterfront

Just southeast of the TD Garden, the event venue, is Boston’s beautiful Waterfront Neighborhood. True to its name, the neighborhood overlooks the water of Boston Harbor, home to many commercial and recreational vessels year-round. As the sun hits the horizon after a crisp spring day, the Waterfront boasts amazing colors and a sight that’s worth […]

The North End

The TD Garden, where the 2016 ISU World Figure Skating Championships® will be held, is adjacent to Boston’s oldest and liveliest neighborhood, the North End. A very short walk from the Garden puts you in the midst of winding streets, Italian bakeries and restaurants and famous historical sites. Stick to exploring on foot; parking in […]

Cambridge: City of Scholars

Although it is the largest city in New England, Boston is compact and easy to navigate on foot. Boston is bounded on the northwest by the meandering Charles River. The Esplanade, a park with jogging paths, lines the river on the Boston side, and across the river lies the city of Cambridge, home to the […]

A Stroll Through Back Bay

Skating fans in Boston for the 2016 ISU World Figure Skating Championships® should make a special effort to visit the Back Bay, an elegant and fashionable neighborhood of high-end shopping, fine dining, beautiful architecture and people-watching. Unlike most of the rest of Boston, the Back Bay is a planned urban space, built with wide, parallel […]

Beacon Hill: A Charming Oasis

Nestled in the heart of Boston, the quiet neighborhood of Beacon Hill charms with old brick houses, antique shops and genuine gaslight fixtures along the narrow streets. Built on the low hill that gives it its name, Beacon Hill is bounded by Cambridge Street, Beacon Street and Storrow Drive. Charles Street, cutting through the neighborhood […]

Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall

A short walk across the Fort Point Channel and along the Rose Kennedy Greenway brings you to one of Boston’s top tourist destinations, the fun and lively Quincy Market area, also known as Faneuil Hall Marketplace. Start your visit at historic Faneuil Hall, a designated National Historical Landmark. The beautiful building, known as the “Cradle […]