Park Street Church
Shortly after the construction of Park St Church, powder for the War of 1812 was stored in the basement, earning this location the...
This bronze beauty dates to 1868, when it was gifted to the city of Boston by wealthy merchant Gardner Brewer. The fountain was unveiled...
Granary Burying Ground
Dating to 1660, this atmospheric atoll is crammed with historic headstones, many with evocative (and creepy) carvings. This is the final...
A lovely, worn-out old theater dating to the mid-1850s.
Two words: free falafels. That’s right, everyone gets a little free sample before ordering. There is no disputing that this carry-out...
Lonely Planet review
Come inside this large, Latin-inspired club to experience two spaces. On one level, find a lounge where house bands play salsa and timba tunes (free salsa lessons at 9:15pm most nights). In the basement, a club caters to the scantily clad with hip-hop, Brazilian, reggaeton and sounds related to the Tropic of Capricorn.