New Collection: North End and Boston Photography Prints
The Boston & North End Print Collection
Perhaps you attended one of the many colleges in Massachusetts, lived the city at one point or have the historic city of Boston is on your travel bucket list -- this collection of prints will add a bit of that New England charm and nostalgia to your walls and home decor.
If you find yourself visiting Boston, this is a city rich in history. If you have just a few hours in an afternoon, consider seeing a few sites.
Follow the Freedom Trail and see a few quintessential Boston sites:
Old State House
City Hall Plaza
You cannot miss City Hall, with its gray, cement and square brutalist architecture. Check the City of Boston's Events and Programs for the latest news: City of Boston
Quincy Market & The Custom Clocktower
Quincy Market is has great food selection. And did you know that you can stay at the Marriott Custom House (aka the Clock Tower), which also allows a limited number of people up to their observation deck? More information here: Custom House
If you find yourself here on a Friday or Saturday, you will likely stumble upon the open-air food market that is Haymarket.
The Freedom Trail takes you to many historic sites in the North End, including Paul Revere's House and the Old North Church, and also many food options and great dessert places including Modern Pastry and Mike's Pastry. You will have to try both to decide your favorite! It's also a great place to simply walk around, enjoying the architecture and locals.
A few must haves when visiting Boston
COMFORTABLE WALKING SHOES
A must given how much brick and cobblestones there are around the city. Boston is a very walkable city so if you are trying to avoid blisters, good shoes are a must.
UMBRELLA or RAIN JACKET & A LIGHT LAYER
The weather can turn on a dime here, especially in the summer, which can mean rain. There is usually a cool breeze off the waterfront