Massachusetts Sports & Outdoors

  • The Monstah!
    The Monstah!
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  • Take the T to Fenway
    Take the T to Fenway
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  • Sports & Outdoors
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Massachusetts Sports & Outdoors

  • Red Sox / Fenway Park

    Boston Sports & Outdoors

    If you are a fan of the Boston Red Sox (or Red Sucks as the New York Yankees would say) then you can either watcha live ball game at fenway park or take the tour of fenway park or just take pictures and selfies around the park and on the famous bronze statues of Famous Boston Players along Yawkey Way. The Public One Hour tours cost $ 17 for adults...

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  • Fleet Center, Celtics, Bruins

    Boston Sports & Outdoors

    The Boston TD Garden was also known as the Fleet Center and since in 2005, this was renamed as such, so attention tip editor of boston! please make the necessary changes! why this is the Home arena of the Boston Celtics if you are a basketball fanatic and also the home of the Boston Bruins, if your a fanatic of Ice Hockey. This is definitely a...

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  • Boston Marathon

    Boston Sports & Outdoors

    The Boston Marathon is one of, if not THE, premiere races in the world. Most runners qualify to run the race by completing another marathon with a certain finishing time and others pay big bucks to run for a charity. The level of runners in the field is much higher for that reason. However, one downside to the focus on the runner is that there is...

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  • Winter Activities

    Boston Sports & Outdoors

    It was my first time to watch figure skating, held by Boston Figureskating Club. It was joyful not only because some famous skating stars appeared the show, but also because it presented us a civil sports that both kids (only 3 years) and seniors (75-year old) played in the show. By the way, it is wonderful to see so many Chinese figure skating...

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  • Head of the Charles Regatta

    Boston Sports & Outdoors

    The title would have been accurate about 230 years earlier. Now you can take a sailing class at the community boathouse, or rent a canoe/kayak to paddle along the Charles. Past Harvard, the scenic wooded banks of the river give no trace that you're in the middle of the city! If you're feeling competitive, you can try your hands at racing the...

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  • Fishing

    Boston Sports & Outdoors

    Sea kayaking, hiking, camping, fishing, bird-watching, and berry-picking number among the pursuits found at Boston Harbor Islands - A National Park Area (Park). This urban archipelago of some 30 islands lies scattered across 50 square miles of the waters of Boston Harbor. Everything is just off the city streets so to speak!...

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  • Canoe or Kayak on the Charles River

    Boston Sports & Outdoors

    Charles River Canoe & Kayak offers boat rentals, sales and instruction on the Charles River in 2 locations: Newton Lower Falls and in Brighton. We rented a couple of kayaks at the Newton location and paddled around for 3 hours for $80 for the two boats. The Charles River is actually very scenic and full of life. It's a great way to spend a day! A...

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  • Hockey

    Boston Sports & Outdoors

    Bruins, that is. Original 6 NHL teams that is. Along with the likes of Detroit Redwings, New York Rangers (I know them all, but won't bore you). We got off the plane from Brussels, dumped our stuff at the airport hotel, and went straight to the Fleet Center for game against Montreal Canadiens. My first NHL experience. Loved it. Unfortunately, a...

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  • Gillette Stadium

    Home of the National Football League's New England Patriots, Major League Soccer's New England Revolution, and the University of Massachusetts football team, the 68,756-seat Gillette Stadium opened in 2001 and replaced the antiquated Foxboro Stadium. The stadium was designed by the architectural firm of Populous. It was constructed between 2000 and...

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  • Boston Red Sox

    Another entry in my review of the professional baseball stadiums I've been to...so far.Fenway Park. What can I say? If I could check the religious travel theme box below without offending anyone, I would. This stadium and Wrigley Field are the grandaddies of them all. Most of all, I'm glad I've been and I'm glad it's still standing despite...

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  • Revolution Soccer

    I'm a soccer fan, which is uncommon around here, and at least once a year I get down to see the Revolution play at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro (better known as the home of the New England Patriots). The team is a perennial championship contender and there are several really good players. It's not up to the level of the European leagues, but it's...

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  • The Boston Red Sox

    The Red Sox are not just Boston's major league baseball team, but the team for all of New England. They are one of the oldest baseball teams in the country, founded in 1901. Fenway Park, the Red Sox' field, is also one of the oldest baseball parks in the country. Fenway is beautiful and one of my favorite places in the entire world. Red Sox fans...

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  • Boston Marathon

    Our son, Nick, has run in the Boston Marathon in 2004, 2005, and 2006. It's been fun going and watching the participants run all of those miles (>26!). It's lots of fun watching the serious runners and the not-so-serious. Many people dress up in costumes and just have a good time and the crowd cheers everybody on, whether they're serious or...

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  • Massachusetts Scuba Diving

    I've never dived Boston Harbor. I workon the waterfront and have seen it as close as I want to get to it! Actually, the harbor is much cleaner than it used to be, because the Big Dig provided a lot of funds for clean-up (as do the sky-high water/sewer bills in the area), but still, I don't want to dive it just yet (though some people do). In my...

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  • Canoeing on the Ipswich River

    Massachusetts is home to many rivers and lakes that you can explore on a canoe or a kayak. Ipswich River is one of them. Located in North Eastern corner of the state, it winds on for many miles and has several drop-off points that make for various length runs that you could do - from a short 4 hour run to an overnight trip. Much of the river is...

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  • Springfield: Hoop It Up

    The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame is a must see for all ballers. Enjoy this state-of-the-art interactive museum which pays homage to the century old sport and its inventor.

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  • Red Sox baseball at legendary Fenway...

    Red Sox baseball game at historic Fenway Park. Fenway is one of the few old baseball parks left in America and has not changed much since it opened in 1912. With such an incredible history, a game at Fenway takes one back to early days of baseball and great players like Ted Williams, Cy Young and Babe Ruth. In 1947, the legendary “Green Monster”...

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  • Shoeshowing in Minute Man National Park

    While living in Boston, I always enjoyed snowshoeing on the Battle Road in Minute Man National Park (obivously during the winter months). The Battle Road is the path retreating British soldiers took back to Boston on April 19, 1775 after the initial shots of the American Revolutionary War were fired at the North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts....

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  • Diving on Cape Ann

    If you're a diver visiting Massachusetts, you will invariably be sent up to Cape Ann. And rightly so. Cape Ann has some of the best shore and boat diving in the state. Some of the prettier dive sites up there are Cathedral Ledge and Foley Cove. The problem is, everybody else knows this and goes there. But if you get there early enough, you should...

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