Boston Bucket List

 The Paul Revere statue dressed for the 2013 World Series

The Paul Revere statue dressed for the 2013 World Series

As our time in Boston comes to a close, I'm making my unofficial Boston Bucket List official. Keep checking in for updates as we check off more Beantown adventures!

Boston Bucket List

What have we already done?

  1. Slurped spaghetti in the North End.
  2. Celebrated a Very Merry Christmas with the Boston Pops.
  3. Visited Walden Pond in winter.
  4. Cheered (for the Atlanta Hawks) at a Celtics game.
  5. Toured the Paul Revere House & the Old North Church.
  6. Waited in line for a tasty Mike's Pastry.
  7. Meandered through the Boston Common.
  8. Watched penguins play at the New England Aquarium.
  9. Lunched at Faneuil Hall & Quincy Marketplace.
  10. Parallel parked.
  11. Enjoyed some mac & cheesy goodness at Publick House in Brookline.
  12. Sipped mojitos at Top of the Hub in the Prudential Building (beautiful 360 degree views of the city!).
  13. Stretched during the 7th inning of a Red Socks game (and saw the 2013 World Series trophy in person).
  14. Picked apples and munched on cider doughnuts.
  15. Wined & dined a la Barbara Lynch.
  16. Brunched at the SOWA Market food trucks.
  17. Shoveled some record-breaking snow.
  18. Wandered through the Boston Museum of Fine Arts.
  19. (window) Shopped on Newbury Street.
  20. Marveled at Louisa May Alcott's Orchard House.

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  21. Relive one of our favorite meals: the grilled octopus and the lamb ragu at Sorrellina.
  22. Peruse maps of "Literary Landscapes" at the Boston Public Library.
  23. Wade in Walden Pond.
  24. Explore at the Boston Museum of Science.
  25. Relish some handmade pasta (again) at Giulia.
  26. Retrace some Revolutionary steps at Minuteman National Park.
  27. Enjoy the exhibits at the Isabella Stuart Gardner Museum.
  28. Feast on a Fenway Frank.
  29. Join the revelry at a Summer festival.
  30. Say goodbye to our go-to restaurant, The Local, with a farewell slice of Peanut Butter Pie.