Two Kayaks on the Charles River, Boston, Massachusetts

Spring is here, and that means it’s time to get outside and enjoy yourself in Boston. From checking out the most beloved institutions in town, to finding the city’s best outdoor hangouts, these are the best spring activities in Boston.

Go To Red Sox Games

Red Sox season is underway, which is annually one of the most excited and talked-about spring traditions in Boston. Whether you’re a diehard baseball fan, or a novice traveler—the culture and history of Fenway Park, Yawkey Way, the Green Monster, and the team itself (which is regularly a contender) all combine to create a spring experience for all.

Check Out The Parks

Boston has a remarkable series of parks running throughout its many neighborhoods. Closest to The Boxer Boston Hotel, and most well known in town, are the Boston Common and the Boston Public Gardens—both of which are gorgeous and popular sunny-day hangouts for Bostonians. Also be sure to visit The Fens, and Jamaica Plains Arboretum if possible.

Visit The City’s Newest Restaurants

Spring is all about fresh blossoms, and new life, especially in a climate where everything freezes in the winter. So, while the city is breathing in the fresh new air of spring you can check out some of its newest, and most talked about restaurants.

Take To The River

One of the best hangouts when it’s warm out in Boston is the gorgeous Charles River. Walkable from the Boxer Boston Hotel, it’s an ideal place to hang out on the shore and bask in the sun. If you’re looking for some more adventure, or activity, then take one of our Boxer bicycles over for a cruise, or rent a kayak and head out on the water.

Take In A Show

Boston comes to life with great concerts in the spring season, especially at seasonal outdoor venues like the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion, which is an outdoor amphitheater right on the water. Some of the venue’s most anticipated spring shows include Jackson Browne, Liam Gallagher, and Big Sean.

Looking for other Boston activities? Check out our blog for more tips on what to do, see, and experience while you’re in town.