Making the Long Distance Move to Boston? Here’s a Few Places You Won’t Want to Miss
If you’ve ever moved, you know how overwhelming the experience can be. Now imagine that amplified with a cross-country venture. Because we go above and beyond at Movers on the Go, our team thought it would be helpful to create an article for those making the long distance move to Boston. Here are a few places we feel are a must-see.
The North End
Chances are, if you haven’t already heard of the North End, you will shortly after the move. Seeped in history, the North End of Boston is home to some of the city’s oldest neighborhoods and houses. Famous for its culture, if Italian food is what you’ve been craving, this is the place you’ll want to be. From pizza to black linguine, homemade meatballs to cannoli; the North End has every Italian food and beverage you could possible fathom.
Now that you’re living in New England experiencing America’s favorite pastime in the oldest stadium is a must. Since its opening in 1912, Fenway has been the home of the Boston Red Sox. Accommodating 40,000 spectators, parking is tight in the middle of the neighborhood, so planning ahead is a must. However, when you step foot on Yawkey Way, be sure to look for Fenway Franks and Sausages while you absorb the many sights happening around you.
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Whether you’re a fan of classical music or not, experiencing one of the 250 annual shows at the Orchestra is a must for every bucket list. However, landing tickets is not always easy. If seeing the Boston Pops or BSO, be sure to leave yourself plenty of planning time. Once there, the impressive acoustics of Symphony Hall will not disappoint.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Built in 1742 and located on the Freedom Trail, Faneuil Hall is easily accessible from several T stops and bus routes. Including over 100 shops and restaurants, the Marketplace is a great afternoon trip on any day. With a variety of food selections and boutiques, street performers and stands, an afternoon here will keep one busy.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
A little less common, but highly recommend, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is a remarkable display of Italian art. Fashioned after the Palazzo Barbaro in Venice, the museum was completed in 1902. However, in 1990 the museum experienced one of its most devastating times with theft of 13 works of art. Pieces included works from Johannes Vermeer, Rembrandt, Edgar Degas, and more. To this day, the crime remains unsolved.
If you’re making the long distance move to Boston, consider contacting the team at Movers on the Go. Our team provides superior services that go above the competitors. Contact us today and let us make your big move a stress-free experience! 617.545.5353