The Boston Public Library
Located just steps from Fairmont Copley Plaza, the Boston Public Library is one of the unique and historic venues in the city. Learn More
The Freedom Trail
Follow the red brick road past 16 sites that mark Boston's colonial history and role in the start of the Revolutionary War. Learn More
Explore Boston’s hidden treasures with Urban Adventours. The bike tours take you to some of Boston’s wonderful waterways, beautiful historic monuments, through the North End and up with Fenway Park. Discover classic neighborhoods like Beacon Hill and the South End and ride your way along the Charles River. Learn More
America's first public park, Boston Common offers guests more than 50 acres of outdoor adventures. From picnics to ice skating, The Common’s unique attractions and historic past make it a must-see on any vacation. Learn More
Boston Public Garden
Visit this picturesque park and the bronze statues of the Mallard family, the ducks made famous in Robert McCloskey's children's classic, Make Way for Ducklings. Learn More
The New England Aquarium
At The New England Aquarium, just minutes from The Fairmont Copley Plaza, guests can explore the world beneath the sea. With 7,000 animals, interactive exhibits and more, the New England Aquarium offers kids of all ages an unforgettable experience. Learn More
Prudential Center SkyWalk
Enjoy sweeping, panoramic views from the Prudential Center SkyWalk. Rising 50 floors above the ground at the Prudential Tower this one-of-a-kind attraction offer the city’s only high-rise vantage point just minutes from The Fairmont Copley Plaza hotel. Learn More
Old Town Trolley Tours
Experience Boston on board a fully narrated Old Town Trolley tour, which provides a fun and engaging mix of entertainment and trivia. With easy boarding and re-boarding, Old Town Trolley tours allow you to enjoy all that Boston has to offer at your leisure. Learn More
Boston Duck Tours
You've never experienced a tour like this! See all of Boston's most beloved landmarks, then flaot along the Charles River and enjoy breathtaking views of the Boston and Cambridge city skylines. Learn More
The Swan Boats are a fleet of dual-pontooned boats which operate in a pond in the Public Garden in Boston, Massachusetts. The Swan Boats have been in operation since 1877, and have since become a cultural icon for the city. Learn More
Located just 50 miles south of Boston, Cape Cod offers more than 500 miles of unspoiled shoreline which embraces wide beaches, perfect sightseeing, a network of hiking and biking trails, and challenging golf courses - all this in a peninsula that is known for its history and character.
Rockport and Gloucester
Located 30 miles north of Boston, Rockport and Gloucester are idyllic seaport and fishing communities with great restaurants, shops, galleries.
Newport, Rhode Island
Located 75 miles south of Boston, Newport holds the summer homes of the Gilded Age's rich and famous as well as fabulous beaches and mansions.
Located 100 miles west of Boston this beautiful mountain range offers many cultural attractions, including the Norman Rockwell Museum, Mass MoCA, Tanglewood, and Hancock Shaker Village.
For additional information on any of these Boston attractions or sites, please visit the Concierge Desk in the lobby.