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Hilton Boston Downtown/Faneuil Hall

89 Broad Street, Boston, Massachusetts, 02110, USA TEL: +1-617-556-0006 FAX: +1-617-556-0053

Attractions near Hilton Boston Downtown-Faneuil Hall

Hilton Boston Downtown-Faneuil Hall is close to many exciting attractions, from shopping and a lively marketplace to educational museums and sports venues. Check out our recommendations to make the most of your time in the city.

A walking map of Boston is available at our Concierge Desk in the hotel lobby. Please stop by for additional information regarding sites to see as well as for specific directions around the city!

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Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market

Walk the cobblestone promenades and be sure to take in all that this lively marketplace has to offer:

  • Popular stop on the Freedom Trail
  • Street performers and musicians during the spring and summertime
  • Blink! Light and Sound Show and holiday entertainment during the wintertime
  • More than 14 restaurants and pubs including the world-famous Quincy Market Colonnade
  • Over 50 stores and souvenir shops

Located just steps from the hotel, there's no excuse not to pass through for a visit.

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North End

Explore Boston's oldest residential neighborhood, which was settled back in the 1630s. Known for its exquisite Italian restaurants and its plentiful historic sites, this area is definitely worth a visit.

  • Heart of the Freedom Trail
  • The Boston Harborwalk
  • Old North Church
  • Paul Revere House
  • U.S.S. Constitution

Located just a scenic 10 minute walk from the hotel, you won't want to miss out on 'Boston's Little Italy.'

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Back Bay/Fenway

Home to the oldest Major League Baseball ballpark and Boston's beloved Red Sox, it's no secret that Back Bay/Fenway is the place to catch the big game, shop 'til you drop or enjoy a meal at one of many trendy restaurants.
  • Fenway Park
  • Newbury Street
  • Prudential Center
  • Eataly Boston
  • Copley Square
  • Trinity Church
  • Boston Public Library
  • Hynes Convention Center

Hop on the Green Line at Government Center and take the outbound C or D train. Exit at Copley or Hynes Convention Center to explore Newbury Street, the Prudential Center or Copley Square. If on the outbound C line, exit at Kenmore Square to visit Fenway Park. The ballpark is a short walk from the station right up Brookline Avenue. If on the outbound D line, exit at Fenway station bringing you directly to the ballpark.

Woman Enjoying Museum Tour

Waterfront/Seaport

The fastest growing neighborhood in Boston has it all. Dine on fresh, local seafood, visit one of the many museums and enjoy picturesque views of the stunning Boston Harbor.

  • New England Aquarium
  • Institute of Contemporary Art
  • Boston Children's Museum
  • Boston Tea Party Sips & Museum
  • Harpoon Brewery & Beer Hall
  • Rowe's Wharf
  • Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
  • The Lawn on D
  • Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

Just a few short blocks from the hotel you’ll find yourself right in the heart of the Seaport. To explore more of this vibrant area, cross over the Seaport Blvd Bridge.

Daytime Museum Exterior

Cambridge

A variety of exceptional museums, a one-of-a-kind arts and culture scene and many unique restaurants await. Home to two of the world's most prestigious universities, experience it all in Cambridge.

  • Harvard University/ Harvard walking tour
  • Harvard Art Museums
  • MIT
  • Central Square
  • Kendall Square
  • Canoe & Kayak at Kendall Square
  • Longfellow House
  • Charles River Bike Path
  • Cambridge Side Galleria Mall

Take the red line from Downtown Crossing towards Alewife. You can exit at Kendall/MIT, Central Square, or Harvard Square to discover all that Cambridge has to offer.