Re-Opening Boston: A look at fun activities that are open in the city!

Beantown has entered phase 3 of the phased re-opening and with it comes new businesses opening every day. Check out this guide to what is reopening in Boston!

Re-opening Boston

Fanueil Hall Marketplacere-opening Boston faneuil hall

Most of the businesses and restaurants at the Marketplace have reopened. Click here to download a copy of the Faneuil Hall Marketplace Neighborhood Guide.

Fenway Park

While no fans will be on hand to watch the games, Fenway Park will re-open for the 2020 season on Friday, July 24th as the Sox welcome the Baltimore Orioles to town. For the abbreviated 60-game schedule, visit here.

New England Aquarium re-opening Boston : Aquarium

The New England Aquarium has re-opened for the season with new safety protocols in place including a one-way travel path, suspended interactive exhibits and reduced attendance to ensure social distancing. Watch this video for a quick overview of what to expect when you arrive

Franklin Park Zoo

Come visit your favorite friends at the zoo! At this time, capacity within buildings is limited and online reservations are required for all guests.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum re-opening Boston

Re-opened since July 15th, the Gardner Museum also requires tickets be  for a specific time slot. The museum has also just extended its popular Boston’s Apollo exhibit through October 12, 2020.

Boston Harbor Cruises

Enjoy the breezes and sights from a whale watch, sunset cruise or a wet-and-wild ride aboard Codzilla. View the schedules, rates and book online tickets here.

Boston Duck Tours

Quack quack! A favorite activity for families is the quack-tacular duck tour! Buy tickets online here.