Things to do for Vegetarian in Boston and Surrounds, Massachusetts 

Filter by
Sort By
Popularity - Overall
Grid ViewList View
1,109 Results
filtered byVegetarianX
Clear all
  • Recommended for You
  • 1

    Faneuil Hall Marketplace

    48 reviews

    Foodcourt is HUGE, anyone'd find something nice here

    Popular withLocalHistoryVegetarian
  • 2

    North End

    38 reviews

    The whole week we stayed in Boston, we ended up at North end for the food almost every other day. North end is a popular tourist location with amazing Italian food and sweets. Regina pizza and Neptune oysters were my favorite. My boyfriend loved this one small Italian place across from Mike pastry. Long line and wait but it was ...

    Popular withFoodiesLocalVegetarian
  • 3

    Met Back Bay

    4 reviews

    Brunch here was in one word: fabulous. The downstairs room was crowded and for good reason. The drinks were tasty (I had a bellini) and the biscuits I got were absolutely amazing. I love flaky and buttery biscuits and these were exactly what I wished for. My friends also were very pleased with their meals. Overall, a fun time and ...

    Popular withFoodiesFamiliesVegetarian
  • 4

    Newbury Street

    52 reviews

    Shopping on Newbury Street is AMAZING! All the high end fashion boutiques and brands.

    Popular withLuxuryLocalTrendsters
  • 5

    Harvard Yard

    17 reviews

    Harvard has a beautiful campus and is well worth a visit. Lots of beautiful architecture and lots of history. I used to work on campus and would take long detours around campus just to explore.

    Popular withLocalStudentsHistory
  • 6

    Freedom Trail

    65 reviews

    This tour is packed with information about Boston's history.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
  • 7

    Harvard University

    49 reviews

    Walking around Harvard is like being in a Harry Potter movie, if Harry Potter were an American intellectual liberal instead of a small wizard. Seriously, the buildings are built like every detail counts, and if you can scam a tour from an alum, like I did (connections, connections) then learning about the intricate traditions and clubs which cover everything from ...

    Popular withHistoryLocalStudents
  • 8

    Boston Common

    87 reviews

    My favorite park!!!! Best to go when you have some time to relax on a nice day. Heard it was one of the oldest park in the US. Gorgeous trees and lots of tulips. Squirrels are everywhere and we saw a swan sitting on her nest. Make sure to stop by the thinking cup coffee shop (stumpton coffee) before hand. ...

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesHistory
  • 9

    Public Garden

    34 reviews

    Locals love this place. In Summers , you will find people jogging here , sitting around chatting, reading a book, Sailing on Charles or just sitting around. Watching the sunset .Its one of the best parts of living in Boston. You can see the sailing clubs across the River, the MIT campus in Cambrdige

    Popular withOutdoorFamiliesLocal
  • 10

    Harvard Square

    62 reviews

    This place is amazing. Has a European feel to it. there are soem unique cafes here. It also has a Scavenger hunt , one of the things to do if you are in the city. Generally a good area to hang out.

    Popular withLocalStudentsFoodies
  • 11

    Fenway Park

    91 reviews

    Coming from just outside New York City we had to go check out the famous home of our infamous rivals.

    Popular withLocalHistoryFamilies
  • 12

    Boston Duck Tours

    25 reviews

    I didn't realise that I would have sooooo much fun with this tour! Its not only for the kids. As a matter of fact there were more adults during the tour :) I had wanted so much to volunteer to drive the "amphibian" but to shy to volunteer. The driver who guided us even sounded like a duck "quack"

    Popular withFamiliesLocalHistory
  • 13


    6 reviews

    Home to some of the smartest kids in the world - what's there to say? Been here before because my sister is the smart cookie that attended, 2011 graduate. Walk around campus and enjoy the unique architecture.

    Popular withStudentsHistoryDesign
  • 14

    Walden Pond State Reservation

    8 reviews

    Not a big pond but very cozy and peaceful area.Can swim in this pond.In summer u will see a lot of people here.

    Popular withOutdoorLocalHistory
  • 15

    New England Aquarium

    46 reviews

    This aquarium has a fantastic set up - the center of the building is comprised of a huge fish tank, which you get to walk up or down via a winding spiral ramp as you check out all the aquatic life (including sharks and the occasional sea turtle) swimming around. Get to the top of the tank and watch the ...

    Popular withFamiliesStudentsLocal
  • 16

    The Church of Christ

    8 reviews

    Quirky describes the Christian Science Center very well. Not so much the outside, which has a lovely reflecting pool good for strolling pensively alongside, but inside, where you will find the Maparium, a glass globe of the world that you can walk into on a little bridge, and whose acoustics are the nifty sort that when you whisper something to ...

    Popular withHistoryBudgetSpiritual
  • 17

    Harvard Science Center

    2 reviews

    The Science Center is a decidedly weird piece of programmatic architecture that (I think) sort of stands out like a sore thumb amongst the rest of Harvard's largely 19th century buildings. There are some huge old mainframes on display in the public areas inside, plus some other scientific/mathematical devices.

    Popular withAdventureHistoryLocal
  • 18

    Museum of Fine Arts

    39 reviews

    The MFA is a fantastic world-class museum with interesting programming and great exhibitions (as well as wonderful permanent collections). If you are an art museum person, it is most definitely worth a visit.

    Popular withDesignHistoryLocal
  • Other places you might like...
  • 19

    Head Of The Charles Regatta

    77 reviews

    Giant regatta that takes over Cambridge once a year. Awesome!

    Popular withLocalStudentsOutdoor
  • 20

    USS Constitution Museum

    39 reviews

    There is both the museum and the actual ship there. They keep it sea worthy to give it the title of the oldest commissioned naval vessel.

    Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
Pick Dates for Best Prices:Compare across,, and many more
Filter attractions by Category
Fetching recommendations for your next adventure ...