Ok, so we like the Red Sox
There’s more to us Bostonians, too. Did you know Boston is an epicenter for health, science, and medical research? It’s where visions are born and discoveries are made. In fact, it’s one of the best places in the world to get treatment for a health issue.
If you visit Floating Hospital for Children in Boston, you can trust our doctors are using the latest research and therapies available. Not only are we advancing that research, we’re also working with doctors, researchers, and other scientists all over the city.
If you’re new to Boston, us Bostonians are a lot of fun too. We take our sports seriously, but not much else. The spring and summer, bring festivals, outdoor concerts, and cultural gatherings. Plus, many neighborhoods boom with art, restaurants, and music.
Boston is home to many cultural centers and museums. And, most of our museums are just a short walk or subway ride away from Floating Hospital for Children. Here are a few museums to visit:
Parks and outdoor areas
In Boston, we love our green space. If you’d like to get some fresh air, just walk up Tremont Street. You’ll find the Boston Common, America’s oldest park, on your left. Plus, the Boston Public Garden is just a block away. Between the Boston Common and Public Garden, you’ll find ponds, baseball fields, benches, and plenty of outdoor space to enjoy.
Entertainment and theater
Floating Hospital for Children is located in the middle of Boston’s theater district. Just a block away, on Tremont and Washington Streets, you’ll find:
- Boston Opera House
- Charles Playhouse
- Colonial Theatre
- Cutler Majestic Theatre
- Orpheum Theatre
- Paramount Theatre
- Want Center for Performing Arts
To explore upcoming events, visit Boston-Theater.com.
Floating Hospital for Children is right next to a variety of shopping. Newbury Street offers blocks of high-end shops, boutiques, and restaurants. Even closer, Downtown Crossing is a bustling intersection, full of people, and all types of shops and department stores.
Looking to get away? Boston is only a couple of hours away from Cape Cod’s beautiful beaches, New Hampshire’s White Mountains, and Vermont’s world-class skiing areas.