Attractions Near Fenway Park

There’s No Shortage of Fun Things to Do Around Our Hotel

Famous for its historic landmarks, music concerts, celebrated sports teams and universities, Boston truly has something for everyone.

Nestled between Fenway Park and Boston’s landmark Citgo sign in Kenmore Square, Hotel Buckminster has one of the most coveted addresses in the city. With the Kenmore T Station steps away, guests are only a quick subway ride from the city’s top attractions. Whether you want to tour the Museum of Fine Arts, attend a Red Sox game or walk the historic Freedom Trail, the best of downtown Boston lies just around the corner.

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  • Copley Square DISTANCE:1.4miles

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    Located in the Back Bay area of Boston, Copley Square is best known for its park and beautiful historic buildings. Highlights include 19th Century gems like Trinity Church and the Boston Public Library, as well as newer buildings like The John Hancock Tower. Designed by Chinese architect I.M. Pei, The John Hancock Tower is currently the tallest building in New England, at 60 stories high.

    Located in the Back Bay area of Boston, Copley Square is best known for its park and beautiful historic buildings. Highlights include 19th Century gems like Trinity Church and the Boston Public Library, as well as newer buildings like The John Hancock Tower. Designed by Chinese architect I.M. Pei, The John Hancock Tower is currently the tallest building in New England, at 60 stories high.

  • New England Aquarium

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    With over 1.3 million visitors a year, the New England Aquarium is one of the most popular attractions in Boston. The aquarium houses 20,000 animals representing 600 species, including harbor seals, rare sea dragons and a variety of penguins. If you’re visiting from April through November, be sure to check out the New England Aquarium’s Whale Watch.

    With over 1.3 million visitors a year, the New England Aquarium is one of the most popular attractions in Boston. The aquarium houses 20,000 animals representing 600 species, including harbor seals, rare sea dragons and a variety of penguins. If you’re visiting from April through November, be sure to check out the New England Aquarium’s Whale Watch.

  • Boston University DISTANCE:0.1miles

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    The Boston Hotel Buckminster is just over two blocks from Boston University – closer than any other hotel. From art exhibits to sports games to graduation day, there’s always a reason to visit this famous campus. Well-known graduates include Martin Luther King, Jr., Julianne Moore and Rosie O’Donnell. 

    The Boston Hotel Buckminster is just over two blocks from Boston University – closer than any other hotel. From art exhibits to sports games to graduation day, there’s always a reason to visit this famous campus. Well-known graduates include Martin Luther King, Jr., Julianne Moore and Rosie O’Donnell. 

  • Northeastern University DISTANCE:1miles

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    From art shows to Huskies sports games to graduation day, there’s always something new happening at Northeastern University. The school is a 20-minute walk (or a 7-minute drive) south of Boston Hotel Buckminster.

    From art shows to Huskies sports games to graduation day, there’s always something new happening at Northeastern University. The school is a 20-minute walk (or a 7-minute drive) south of Boston Hotel Buckminster.

  • Fenway Park DISTANCE:0.05miles

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    Home to the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park is considered one of the country’s most beloved baseball parks and is only a two-minute walk from Hotel Buckminster. If no games are scheduled during your visit, you can still take a guided tour of this historic landmark. One-hour walking tours are offered year-round. 

    Home to the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park is considered one of the country’s most beloved baseball parks and is only a two-minute walk from Hotel Buckminster. If no games are scheduled during your visit, you can still take a guided tour of this historic landmark. One-hour walking tours are offered year-round. 

  • TD Garden Sports Arena DISTANCE:2.6miles

    Kenmore Square View

    Home to the NHL’s Boston Bruins and the NBA’s Boston Celtics, the TD Garden sports arena hosts 200 public events and 3.5 million people annually. Popular happenings include world-renowned concerts, sporting events, family shows, wrestling and ice shows.

    Home to the NHL’s Boston Bruins and the NBA’s Boston Celtics, the TD Garden sports arena hosts 200 public events and 3.5 million people annually. Popular happenings include world-renowned concerts, sporting events, family shows, wrestling and ice shows.

  • House of Blues DISTANCE:0.25miles

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    No trip to Boston is complete without visiting the House of Blues. This iconic concert hall and restaurant hosts live bands every week, such as Stone Temple Pilots, The Decemberists, Spoon, Belle and Sebastian and They Might Be Giants. If you like gospel music, you won’t want to miss the restaurant’s Sunday Gospel Brunch.

    No trip to Boston is complete without visiting the House of Blues. This iconic concert hall and restaurant hosts live bands every week, such as Stone Temple Pilots, The Decemberists, Spoon, Belle and Sebastian and They Might Be Giants. If you like gospel music, you won’t want to miss the restaurant’s Sunday Gospel Brunch.

  • Newbury Street DISTANCE:0.5miles

    Front of Buckminster Hotel

    Newbury Street is one of downtown Boston’s most famous shopping and dining strips. Salons, boutiques, cafes, art galleries, bars and fabulous restaurants are all housed within eight blocks of charming 19th Century buildings. This waterfront neighborhood is built on land that was once beneath the Boston Harbor. 

    Newbury Street is one of downtown Boston’s most famous shopping and dining strips. Salons, boutiques, cafes, art galleries, bars and fabulous restaurants are all housed within eight blocks of charming 19th Century buildings. This waterfront neighborhood is built on land that was once beneath the Boston Harbor. 

  • Prudential Center DISTANCE:0.75miles

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    The Prudential Center is a 23-acre complex situated in the Back Bay District between Boylston Street and Huntington Avenue. It contains office buildings, green space, the Prudential office tower and an impressive shopping mall with over 70 shops.

    The Prudential Center is a 23-acre complex situated in the Back Bay District between Boylston Street and Huntington Avenue. It contains office buildings, green space, the Prudential office tower and an impressive shopping mall with over 70 shops.

  • Museum of Fine Arts DISTANCE:0.75miles

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    Dating back to 1876, the Museum of Fine Arts houses nearly 450,000 works of art and is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world. More than one million visitors tour the museum annually. Popular collections include ancient musical instruments from around the world, early black-and-white photographs and antique jewelry.

    Dating back to 1876, the Museum of Fine Arts houses nearly 450,000 works of art and is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world. More than one million visitors tour the museum annually. Popular collections include ancient musical instruments from around the world, early black-and-white photographs and antique jewelry.

  • Isabella Gardner Museum DISTANCE:0.9miles

    Fenway View

    Modeled after a 15th Century Venetian palace, the Isabella Gardner Museum houses an impressive art collection with culturally significant pieces from ancient Rome, Medieval Europe, Renaissance Italy, Asia, the Islamic world, France and America. In addition to displaying artwork, the museum hosts concerts, lectures and community programs. Discounts are given to anyone wearing Boston Red Sox memorabilia, and people named Isabella get in free. 

    Modeled after a 15th Century Venetian palace, the Isabella Gardner Museum houses an impressive art collection with culturally significant pieces from ancient Rome, Medieval Europe, Renaissance Italy, Asia, the Islamic world, France and America. In addition to displaying artwork, the museum hosts concerts, lectures and community programs. Discounts are given to anyone wearing Boston Red Sox memorabilia, and people named Isabella get in free. 

  • Museum of Science DISTANCE:2.6miles

    Kenmore Square View

    Located in Science Park next to the Charles River, the Museum of Science is home to over 700 interactive exhibits, more than 100 animals and the only domed IMAX screen in New England. A number of live presentations are given daily, including shows in the Charles Hayden Planetarium and Mugar Omni Theater.

    Located in Science Park next to the Charles River, the Museum of Science is home to over 700 interactive exhibits, more than 100 animals and the only domed IMAX screen in New England. A number of live presentations are given daily, including shows in the Charles Hayden Planetarium and Mugar Omni Theater.

  • The U.S.S. Constitution DISTANCE:3.8miles

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    Located on the Charles River, the U.S.S. Constitution Museum features 200 years of Boston maritime history. Its crown jewel is the oldest commissioned U.S. warship, the U.S.S. Constitution, which was launched in Boston in 1797. Paul Revere constructed the ship’s copper fastenings.

    Located on the Charles River, the U.S.S. Constitution Museum features 200 years of Boston maritime history. Its crown jewel is the oldest commissioned U.S. warship, the U.S.S. Constitution, which was launched in Boston in 1797. Paul Revere constructed the ship’s copper fastenings.

  • Hynes Convention Center DISTANCE:0.75miles

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    Located in the heart of Boston's historic Back Bay neighborhood, Hynes Convention Center is considered the best located convention center in the country. It features five exhibit halls, 38 meeting rooms, a grand ballroom and a 4,000-person auditorium. It regularly hosts college graduations, fairs, expos, concerts and more.

    Located in the heart of Boston's historic Back Bay neighborhood, Hynes Convention Center is considered the best located convention center in the country. It features five exhibit halls, 38 meeting rooms, a grand ballroom and a 4,000-person auditorium. It regularly hosts college graduations, fairs, expos, concerts and more.

  • Longwood Medical Area DISTANCE:1miles

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    Patients travel from all over the country to receive care at Boston’s prestigious Longwood Medical Area, which is known for its strong ties to Harvard Medical School. The Hotel Buckminster is conveniently located a 7-minute drive (or 20-minute walk) north of Longwood.

    Patients travel from all over the country to receive care at Boston’s prestigious Longwood Medical Area, which is known for its strong ties to Harvard Medical School. The Hotel Buckminster is conveniently located a 7-minute drive (or 20-minute walk) north of Longwood.

Fenway Park

DISTANCE: 0.05 miles
Front of Buckminster Hotel

Home to the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park is considered one of the country’s most beloved baseball parks and is only a two-minute walk from Hotel Buckminster. If no games are scheduled during your visit, you can still take a guided tour of this historic landmark. One-hour walking tours are offered year-round. 

Boston University

DISTANCE: 0.1 miles
Buckminster Hotel Exterior

The Boston Hotel Buckminster is just over two blocks from Boston University – closer than any other hotel. From art exhibits to sports games to graduation day, there’s always a reason to visit this famous campus. Well-known graduates include Martin Luther King, Jr., Julianne Moore and Rosie O’Donnell. 

House of Blues

DISTANCE: 0.25 miles
Buckminster Hotel Lobby

No trip to Boston is complete without visiting the House of Blues. This iconic concert hall and restaurant hosts live bands every week, such as Stone Temple Pilots, The Decemberists, Spoon, Belle and Sebastian and They Might Be Giants. If you like gospel music, you won’t want to miss the restaurant’s Sunday Gospel Brunch.

Newbury Street

DISTANCE: 0.5 miles
Front of Buckminster Hotel

Newbury Street is one of downtown Boston’s most famous shopping and dining strips. Salons, boutiques, cafes, art galleries, bars and fabulous restaurants are all housed within eight blocks of charming 19th Century buildings. This waterfront neighborhood is built on land that was once beneath the Boston Harbor. 

Museum of Fine Arts

DISTANCE: 0.75 miles
Front Desk

Dating back to 1876, the Museum of Fine Arts houses nearly 450,000 works of art and is one of the most comprehensive art museums in the world. More than one million visitors tour the museum annually. Popular collections include ancient musical instruments from around the world, early black-and-white photographs and antique jewelry.

Hynes Convention Center

DISTANCE: 0.75 miles
Front Desk

Located in the heart of Boston's historic Back Bay neighborhood, Hynes Convention Center is considered the best located convention center in the country. It features five exhibit halls, 38 meeting rooms, a grand ballroom and a 4,000-person auditorium. It regularly hosts college graduations, fairs, expos, concerts and more.

Prudential Center

DISTANCE: 0.75 miles
The Buckminster Hotel

The Prudential Center is a 23-acre complex situated in the Back Bay District between Boylston Street and Huntington Avenue. It contains office buildings, green space, the Prudential office tower and an impressive shopping mall with over 70 shops.

Isabella Gardner Museum

DISTANCE: 0.9 miles
Fenway View

Modeled after a 15th Century Venetian palace, the Isabella Gardner Museum houses an impressive art collection with culturally significant pieces from ancient Rome, Medieval Europe, Renaissance Italy, Asia, the Islamic world, France and America. In addition to displaying artwork, the museum hosts concerts, lectures and community programs. Discounts are given to anyone wearing Boston Red Sox memorabilia, and people named Isabella get in free. 

Northeastern University

DISTANCE: 1 miles
Buckminster Hotel Lobby

From art shows to Huskies sports games to graduation day, there’s always something new happening at Northeastern University. The school is a 20-minute walk (or a 7-minute drive) south of Boston Hotel Buckminster.

Longwood Medical Area

DISTANCE: 1 miles
Living Room in Queen Room

Patients travel from all over the country to receive care at Boston’s prestigious Longwood Medical Area, which is known for its strong ties to Harvard Medical School. The Hotel Buckminster is conveniently located a 7-minute drive (or 20-minute walk) north of Longwood.

Museum of Science

DISTANCE: 2.6 miles
Kenmore Square View

Located in Science Park next to the Charles River, the Museum of Science is home to over 700 interactive exhibits, more than 100 animals and the only domed IMAX screen in New England. A number of live presentations are given daily, including shows in the Charles Hayden Planetarium and Mugar Omni Theater.

TD Garden Sports Arena

DISTANCE: 2.6 miles
Kenmore Square View

Home to the NHL’s Boston Bruins and the NBA’s Boston Celtics, the TD Garden sports arena hosts 200 public events and 3.5 million people annually. Popular happenings include world-renowned concerts, sporting events, family shows, wrestling and ice shows.

Copley Square

DISTANCE: 1.4 miles
Living Room in King Suite

Located in the Back Bay area of Boston, Copley Square is best known for its park and beautiful historic buildings. Highlights include 19th Century gems like Trinity Church and the Boston Public Library, as well as newer buildings like The John Hancock Tower. Designed by Chinese architect I.M. Pei, The John Hancock Tower is currently the tallest building in New England, at 60 stories high.

The U.S.S. Constitution

DISTANCE: 3.8 miles
Buckminster Hotel Exterior

Located on the Charles River, the U.S.S. Constitution Museum features 200 years of Boston maritime history. Its crown jewel is the oldest commissioned U.S. warship, the U.S.S. Constitution, which was launched in Boston in 1797. Paul Revere constructed the ship’s copper fastenings.

New England Aquarium

Fitness Room

With over 1.3 million visitors a year, the New England Aquarium is one of the most popular attractions in Boston. The aquarium houses 20,000 animals representing 600 species, including harbor seals, rare sea dragons and a variety of penguins. If you’re visiting from April through November, be sure to check out the New England Aquarium’s Whale Watch.

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