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Family Days in Boston

Boston is beautiful in the summer, so get out and take it all in while you can. There’s plenty to do this July, with something for people of all ages to enjoy. Spending time with the family is a priority for many of us in 2015, and these activities offer fun for kids in various age groups.

  • Free Friday Flicks at the Hatch Shell Boston 2015
  • Fenway Park tours
  • Prudential Skywalk and Independence Wharf Observation Deck
Boston Orchestra performing at the Hatch Shell in Boston, MA

Hatch Shell by Daderot via Wikipedia Commons

There’s nothing like family movie night to draw everyone together. Bond over popcorn, family-friendly flicks and balmy July breezes with movies at the Hatch Shell. From Disney classics to more current blockbusters, everyone in the household will love the novelty of outdoor movies at the DCR Hatch Shell on the Esplanade. Better yet, you won’t pay anything but the cost of gas and snacks! Anyone who tries to find budget-friendly entertainment for the whole family knows how difficult it can be to save money in 2015. You’ll find the film schedule and other details here.

47 David G Mugar Way
Boston MA 02108

Fenway Park Baseball Game in Boston, MA

“Fenway from Legend’s Box” by Jared Vincent via Wikimedia Commons

If you’ve ever wanted to take in the charm of Fenway Park without the crowds, a guided tour may be the perfect solution. Kids and adults alike enjoy getting an intimate look at the country’s oldest ballpark and walking the field where their favorite players work their magic. Besides soaking up the atmosphere, Fenway tours are perfect for those who couldn’t score game tickets or out-of-town visitors whose itineraries don’t line up with 2015 game schedules this July.

4 Yawkey Way
Boston MA 02115
877.733.7699

Soar above the crowds while getting a bird’s-eye view of the city by the Prudential Skywalk or the observation deck at Independence Wharf. The former is Boston’s second-tallest building, while the latter is situated on the 14th floor of the parking deck at 470 Atlantic Avenue. The Prudential Center viewing site offers some of the area’s best panoramic views from the 50th floor. The Independence Wharf deck provides somewhat less spectacular, yet still impressive viewing at no cost. What better way to see the sights this July — and at the best prices you’ll find in 2015?

Independence Wharf Observation Deck
470 Atlantic Ave
Downtown Boston Waterfront

Prudential Skywalk
800 Boylston Street
Boston MA 02199
617.859.0648

With a surplus of activities available to Boston residents and guests, it is not wonder this amazing city is so well loved and visited each year. Do you have a special place you like to visit while in Boston? Please share with us below.

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