Things to Do in Boston, MA
With so many amazing attractions and fun things to do in Boston just outside our doors, you’ll find culture, history and action around every corner of this beautiful city. Our hotel is just minutes from exciting activities in Boston like shopping at Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, touring the New England Aquarium, and attending an event at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC). Enjoy a short walk to famous attractions, like Newbury Street, Fenway Park and Boston Harbor.
Boston Area Activities FAQ's
How far is Hyatt Regency Boston from Boston Harbor?
Located in downtown Boston, Hyatt Regency Boston is a five-minute walk from Boston Harbor, Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum and the Seaport District. We are three blocks from Boston Common and Freedom Trail and an easy walk or cab ride to the Theater and Financial districts, Back Bay, Faneuil Hall and Quincy Marketplace. Our hotel is connected to the “T” train, so it’s easy to get anywhere in the city in minutes.
Is Hyatt Regency Boston near Fenway Park?
Yes. Baseball fans will love staying close to the historic home of the Boston Red Sox. Located in the heart of downtown, between Boston Harbor and Charles River, the Hyatt Regency Boston is 2 miles away from Fenway Park, the Green Monster and the action of a Red Sox Game. Hop on the “T” steps away or grab a taxi at the hotel and get there in 10 – 15 minutes. Visit our Fenway Park page for more informaton.
Is our Hyatt Regency Boston near Freedom Trail?
Hyatt Regency Boston is a few blocks from the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile urban walking trail that guides you to 16 historic landmarks, museums and churches. Walk the red-lined path to discover the history of the American Revolution and people of Boston who shaped our nation. You can walk from our downtown Boston hotel and see significant historic sites that include Boston Common - the country’s oldest public garden established in 1634 – King’s Chapel, Paul Revere House, Old State House, Faneuil Hall, Bunker Hill Monument and the USS Constitution.
The esteemed baseball park and its Green Monster is one of the city's most beloved attractions. History has been won and lost at Fenway throughout the years. Keep your good luck charm handy as the Red Sox go for another championship.
While staying at Hyatt Regency Boston, hit Newbury Street, Copley Place, or Faneuil Hall featuring all of the top designers and stores!
It’s been said, "With age comes beauty." It certainly is true in the case of this park - the nation's oldest public garden – established in 1634. Sit back and enjoy the scenery as you are peddled around in a swan boat.