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Boston Marriott Long Wharf

296 State Street · Boston, Massachusetts 02109 USA

Things to Do Near Boston Marriott Long Wharf

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Places to Explore

Guests will love our convenient location along Boston's historic Long Wharf pier, just steps from the New England Aquarium, Faneuil Hall Marketplace and a host of other exciting attractions.

Faneuil Hall

Faneuil Hall Marketplace is brimming with popular restaurants, hundreds of shops and a variety of events and activities throughout the year. This marketplace was the site of many speeches by Samuel Adams, James Otis and other Revolutionaries.

Faneuil Hall Marketplace consists of three buildings - North Market, Quincy Market and South Market, which now operates as an indoor/outdoor mall and food court. Popular dining establishments include Boston Chowda, Cheers and Wicked Good Cupcakes. These markets also feature more than a hundred premium shops and specialty pushcarts.

Faneuil Hall offers a wide variety of nightclubs, sports bars, Irish pubs, comedy clubs and lounges to suit your tastes. Stop by our hotel's front desk to learn more.

Street Performers
There's always something entertaining going on at Faneuil Hall. The Marketplace's "street theatre" features mind-boggling stunts, musical performances, and crazy balance acts throughout the year. Visit our front desk for a calendar of events and activities that you won't want to miss.

The Freedom Trail
Faneuil Hall is one of the most well-known stops on the Freedom Trail, which is a 2.5 mile-long path through downtown Boston. It passes by 16 historically significant locations, and is one of the city's most popular tourist attractions. Visit our concierge for a map to get started.

New England Aquarium

Located right next door to our hotel, the New England Aquarium is a world leader in ocean exploration and marine conservation. The aquarium has over 22,000 members and is visited by more than 1.3 million people each year. Don't miss your chance to experience the aquarium's fascinating and educational exhibits, massive indoor tank and numerous sea creatures during your stay. Visit our hotel concierge for more information about what exhibits are showing and to purchase tickets.

The North End

Just one block away from our hotel, the North End is home to over a hundred of the best Italian restaurants and bakeries around - hence the area's unofficial nickname, "Little Italy." Enjoy a scenic walk through its cobblestone streets while taking in the history of Boston's oldest residential community.

Tourists and Boston residents alike visit the North End simply for the food. Famous establishments include Giacomo's, Regina's Pizzeria, Bricco, Prezza, and many more. Visit our hotel concierge for more information and guidance to the perfect dining spot for you.

As Boston's oldest residential community, this one-square-mile waterfront neighborhood does not disappoint with historic places to visit. You can walk from Paul Revere's House to the Old North Church, and continue right on to the Freedom Trail. Be sure to ask for one of our maps to help guide your way.

Boston Marriott Long Wharf is right in the heart of the city's waterfront area, across from the Rose Kennedy Greenway and Faneuil Hall. Next door is the Christopher Columbus Park, where you can have a picnic, stroll through the rose garden or just enjoy the views of the Boston Harbor. There's also a performance area with events happening throughout the year.

TD Garden

TD Garden is home to Boston's professional basketball and hockey teams, and also hosts events such as concerts, shows, and other exciting performances. The Garden (also affectionately known as the "Gahden") is only a ten-minute walk from the hotel. Ask our concierge for a calendar of upcoming events, ticket information and a walking map to get you there in no time.

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