The USS Constitution was one of the first ships commissioned for the U.S. Navy, and the oldest naval vessel afloat today. Built at Edmond Hartt’s shipyard in Boston, Joshua Humphreys and Josiah Fox
If you grew up using Legos to build castles you'd never live in and spaceships you'd never fly—or if you're still singing "Everything is Awesome" months after leaving the theater—you'll be excited to know that Boston's division of Legoland is hosting its grand opening on May 23.
A Boston-area native with a love for the sea, Julianne finds a perfect fit sharing her love of the city with guests at the Marriott Long Wharf.
Yasmin McCarthy has spent the last year in jail — at the Liberty Hotel, that is. The historic jail-turned-luxury hotel is one of Boston's most unique places to spend the night, and as a concierge, Yasmin ensures that guests get the most our of their stay.
Between the Green Monster at Fenway Park, Paul Revere’s house in the North End, and the winding Freedom Trail, Boston boasts a seemingly unlimited supply of attractions. Whether you live in the city or you're just visiting for a few days, a tour will help you get the lay of the land — and there are plenty to choose from. Here are a few of our favorites.
Not too long ago, Boston native Nick MacDonald was working at Dunkin' Donuts when he was discovered by Hotel Commonwealth's then-director of operations. Working on a hunch that MacDonald would be a natural in the hotel industry, he offered him a job—and the rest is history.
The Boston Marathon began its trek through the streets of the city in 1897, making it the oldest annual marathon in the world. Though the race originally started in Ashland, in 1925, it was moved to the corner of Ash Street and East Main Street in Hopkinton in order to conform to new Olympic standards set by Queen Alexandria and King Edward VII.