Ah, finally. Summer is here. The team at Metro Realty couldn’t be any more thrilled to jump into this summer season with high expectations, positive vibes, and plenty of plans! Those in the Boston area have plenty to look forward to, so let’s highlight some of the best things to do and coolest places to go… in our humble opinion.
Martha’s Vineyard Day Trip From Boston with Round-Trip Ferry and Island Tour Option
Join Boston’s only award-winning, original, Martha’s Vineyard Day Trip! Leave the trouble of driving to someone else and enjoy a day trip to Martha’s Vineyard from Boston. Then, take a short cruise to Martha’s Vineyard then enjoy free time to explore or upgrade to add an island tour. Complimentary snacks, bottled water, island guidebooks and a discount card with island perks are provided during the drive.
If you are interested- read more about it HERE
Boston’s Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley Tour with 15 Stops
Explore the best that Boston has to offer on this hop-on hop-off tour of the city. See Boston’s top attractions—like the USS ‘Constitution’ and the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum, to name a few—on the loop. Enjoy discounted admission to attractions like the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum with the purchase of your tour. If you upgrade to the Gold or Platinum Pass, you will be given your (seasonal) Harbor Cruise ticket when you check in for the Trolley Tour. These seasonal cruises depart periodically throughout the day close to Stop 1.
If you’re interested, read about it HERE!
Boston Whale Watching Cruise by High-Speed Catamaran
Experience the best of New England’s marine wildlife on this guided whale-watching cruise around the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary. Hop on a high-speed catamaran that gets to and from the whales in the least amount of time possible. See humpback and fin whales, plus Atlantic white-sided dolphins with the help of a naturalist guide. The on-board galley offers food and beverages for purchase during the trip.
If you’re interested, learn more HERE!
Go to the Aquarium!
Teeming with more than 15,000 sea creatures of all sizes, shapes, and colors, the New England Aquarium is a giant fishbowl of sea life, and it’s one of Boston’s most visited family attractions. Take your partner, your family, your yourself, for a day under the sea!
To learn more, click HERE!
Visit Franklin Park Zoo!
Boston’s Franklin Park Zoo comes alive in summer as zebras, lions, kangaroos, tigers, wildebeests, ostriches, and others move outside to enjoy the sun (and sometimes, the shade). You’ll also see tropical forest animals such as gorillas, lemurs, pigmy hippopotamuses, ocelots, birds, plus farm animals! This is a fun activity that the whole family can enjoy!
Mayflower II Tours and Tickets
The story of America’s first settlers comes to life on a visit to the iconic Mayflower II. Travelers can venture aboard a life-size replica of the famous ship and interact with costumed characters who describe what life was like on the high seas. A fun, educational, summer activity for you and your family!
Click HERE for more information!