City Guide: What to Do in Boston

City Guide: What to Do in Boston

Make your own history in this storied city.
by Spencer Mahoney | August 19, 2020

Boston, Massachusetts is home to scenic stops like the Charles River, Beacon Hill, Boston Duck Tours, and Boston Common, fine art and learning at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, New England Aquarium, and Boston Children's Museum, and architectural accomplishments like the Boston Public Library, Prudential Center, and Faneuil Hall Marketplace. But if you want to get off the beaten path and away from a typical swan boat ride to find a hidden gem — make that The Freedom Trail — you'll have to talk to a local. Fortunately, Atomic Coffee Roasters' General Manager of Roasting Operations, Spencer Mahoney, is here to help.

The North Shore-based roaster is close enough to Boston to hop over for a day trip, while just far out enough to frequent all the lesser-known stops. Make your own history, while discovering the region's best places to enjoy the great outdoors, have a bite on the water, or just grab a seat and people watch. From the North End to the South End, here is a local's guide to what to do in Boston.

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