Boston Backpackers Hostel

234 Friend Street, Boston, MA 02114
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    0.14 mi

    TD Garden

    0.14 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    7 reviews

    It's hard to be a Bostonian without being a Sports Fan, it's hard to be a Boston Sports Fan without having been in TD Gardens. The home of Bruins and Celtics, TD Gardens is where the slam dunk and puck magic happens. I've been here for two of the Celtics Playoff games, the floor seats are just awesome! The magic ...

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    The North Star

    0.01 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    1 review

    Located right by North Station, the North Star is a fun bar that has dancing and hosts Social Boston Sport's Beer Pong league. It's a pretty hip and fun place. I had a blast hanging out there last night! It's mainly a young professional crowd.

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    0.15 mi

    West End Museum

    0.15 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    1 review

    Boston's old West End was a close knit multi-ethnic neighborhood that was torn down for urban renewal, displacing thousands of families. The political repercussions changed the way large cities revitalized old neighborhood, putting an emphasis on restoration instead of destruction. This museum has an excellent exhibit on life in the Old West End and the urban renewal process that tore ...

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  • 4
    0.85 mi

    Boston Common

    0.85 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    86 reviews

    It was a hot day and I found myself in Boston Common. Kids were playing in the nearby playground and outdoor fountain, and the financial district sat waiting for me ahead. A musician was performing several feet away, serving as a wonderful soundtrack to my afternoon. It was then that I fell asleep on the grass and woke up with ...

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  • 5
    0.56 mi

    Freedom Trail

    0.56 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    63 reviews

    The Freedom Trail winds through most of Boston, so chances are that you will encounter the brick path at some point. There are some awesome things to see along the trail that are all too easily overlooked.

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  • 6
    0.65 mi

    New England Aquarium

    0.65 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    45 reviews

    What a lovely aquarium! Coming from Hawaii where our aquarium is a pathetic excuse for an aquarium, I was LOVING this aquarium. They take your photo when you arrive, infront of a green screen and put in a background of a bunch of fish and sea creatures. It was probably over priced and super cheesy, but we looked good and ...

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  • 7
    0.48 mi

    Faneuil Hall Marketplace

    0.48 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    48 reviews

    The quintessential tourist stop in Boston. Grab a drink at Cheers, eat at Dicks Last Resort, or simply people watch. On site you will also find Qunicy Market, one of the nations oldest and continuously operating markets in the US. Buy a Lobstahh Roll in the same building Paul Revere bought produce!

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  • 8
    0.71 mi

    USS Constitution Museum

    0.71 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    39 reviews

    A historic boat known also as Old Ironsides because of the way cannon balls bounced off her hull. You can walk on board and see what it was like to be a sailor on a schooner warship!

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  • 9
    0.37 mi

    North End

    0.37 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    37 reviews

    The North End is where you'll find great Italian restaurants and cute cafes serving delicious espresso and desserts. Some of my favorite go-to spots are Ducali (great pizzas), Al Dente (I love their pumpkin ravioli in the fall), and Beneventos (wonderful classic Italian dishes). Of course, don't miss Mike's Pastry for cannolis, either!

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  • 10
    0.87 mi

    Public Garden

    0.87 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    32 reviews

    Such an incredible public space. This place is almost like a painting from a few hundred years ago. There are lakes with bridges, swan boats, statues and plenty of benches facing the water. A perfect place to walk, reflect or have a picnic.

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    0.5 mi

    Museum of Science

    0.5 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    30 reviews

    Want to entertain the kids for a whole day and not spend a fortune, this is the place to be! With tons of interactive exhibits it is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Make sure to check out the giant piano on the floor!

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    0.39 mi

    Faneuil Hall

    0.39 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    34 reviews

    Really cool on the inside, but I was there for a ceremony and possibly in a part not usually open to the public. Worth checking out if you like historical buildings.

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  • 13
    0.45 mi

    Boston Duck Tours

    0.45 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    24 reviews

    I had seen these 'Duck Tours' in many other cities and was not quite sure what they were all about. Since Boston has a famous harbor that I was going to visit anyway... decided this was going to be my inaugural DT. It was a blast! Highly recommend. Your are on land and by sea... a crack up that still ...

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    0.36 mi

    Old North Church

    0.36 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    24 reviews

    This historic church was made famous by Paul Revere, and his house is actually located nearby. Beautiful building in a great part of the city.

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    Charles River Esplanade

    1.0 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    21 reviews

    The Esplanade has beautiful views of the Boston skyline across the water, and is a great place for running (there are plenty of water fountains along the route). You can get a nice view of all the crew houses along the water as well, and if you're ever in Boston during The Head of the Charles Regatta, be sure to ...

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  • 16
    0.43 mi

    Old State House

    0.43 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    22 reviews

    The Old State House was built in 1713 and served as the seat of colonial government in Massachusetts until 1776. The building has been restored and is maintained by the Bostonian Society. It is open to the public and features a fabulous museum that is a must place to visit if you are interested in colonial and Revolutionary War history.

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  • 17
    0.38 mi

    The Paul Revere House

    0.38 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    19 reviews

    Historic and quaint. It's everything I expected.

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    0.78 mi


    0.78 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    19 reviews

    Maybe everyone won’t know your name here, but it’s always fun to stop in and find out! The well known spot was made famous by the very popular television show Cheers, and still remains a must-see location for visitors. It’s truly the perfect quick stop for a drink and some pictures!

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  • 19
    0.29 mi

    New England Holocaust Memorial

    0.29 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    14 reviews

    Захватывающий дух мемориал. На возвышающихся стеклянных колоннах выгравированы тысячи жертв Холокоста.

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  • 20
    0.51 mi

    Granary Burying Ground

    0.51 mi from Boston Backpackers Hostel
    16 reviews

    Worth a look if you like cemeteries or just really old things. Right downtown so on the way to other things.

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