Spring has finally sprung! Locals (and travelers) are out and ready for some Boston action. Here are some of our favorite activities to do around the city now that the weather is warmer.
Kayaking on the Charles:
Paddle Boston is a great place to rent kayaks, canoes, and paddleboards at a reasonable price. One-day rentals range from $30-$50. If you’re a local who loves the water, they also offer seasonal passes for $229.
Catch a Sox Game:
Although COVID restrictions are still very much intact, Fenway Park is now open to the public again! Prices are a little higher this season, but if you’re a true fan, it’s worth it! After all, nothing beats a (hopefully) sunny day at the ballpark with a Fenway Frank and the sound of the crowd singing along to Sweet Caroline. Get your tickets here.
Head to a Roof-top Bar
Nicer weather means dining and drinking al fresco. We love exploring Boston’s best spots, but that probably means the rest of the city does too. The Boston Calendar has a guide to some of the city’s best spots. Make sure to call ahead and plan for your visit.
Take a Spin Class with a View
AXL Cycle Studio offers waterfront spin classes in East Boston. The class is not only one hell of a work-out, but it’s a pretty awesome experience with city views. We love the idea of spinning with a friend then heading to nearby ReelHouse for food, drinks, and more views.