What to do on Your Day Off as an Allied Healthcare Provider in Boston, Massachusetts

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Cross Country Allied
Posted:
April 15, 2021 02:11 AM (GMT-04:00)
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Traveler Tips

There are lots of reasons to choose an allied healthcare travel assignment in Boston, Massachusetts. If you’re a seafood lover, Boston has some of the freshest seafood in the world and is famous for its lobster and clam bakes. If you’re a history buff, you’ll be able to look back on hundreds of years of it at the Freedom Trail, Boston Common, Old North Church and the Bunker Hill Monument, just for starters. Or maybe you just want to check out a lively metropolitan area you have yet to experience and if that’s the case, Boston has plenty to offer when it comes to arts, entertainment, shopping, dining and other activities. If you’re still on the fence, take a look at our suggestions for some of the best things to eat, drink, see and do on your day off as an allied healthcare traveler in Boston, Massachusetts.

Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

One of the most popular historical tourist attractions in the U.S., the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum provides a multi-sensory, interactive experience that includes live actors and full-scale replica 18th-century sailing vessels! This floating museum offers fun and adventure for all ages, and even allows you to toss your own tea into the harbor at the tour’s conclusion. If you’ve forgotten the details of the American Revolution or want to help someone else learn more about it, this anything-but-boring experience will teach you all about it by actually letting you be a part of it, if only for a day.

Fenway Park Tour

Even if you are not a huge sports fan, you will surely enjoy a tour of Fenway Park, the oldest ballpark in Major League Baseball history and home to the Boston Red Sox. If you are a big sports fan, then you probably already know that Fenway Park is considered hallowed ground and a bucket-list visit by many. A tour lets you get up close and personal to the park’s rich history and is an excellent way to get photos of the infamous Green Monster, the press room and even the locker room. Tours are available daily, during sun, rain or snow.

Union Oyster House

Every travel allied assignment offers you the opportunity to explore the local cuisine, but Union Oyster House lets you experience so much more. Established in 1826, this historical landmark is known as America’s oldest restaurant and its history is as rich as its classic clam chowder. The restaurant’s food, which features fresh shrimp, clams, oysters, scallops, Boston scrod and salmon, as well as a number of beef and chicken dishes, wins a variety of honors and awards annually. Be sure to try a world-famous lobster roll and a side of Boston baked beans!

Boston Public Garden

If you’re anything like us, you like to get outside and see the green space available in every new city you visit. Boston has plenty of wonderful options for exploring the Great Outdoors, but perhaps none is more beautiful --- or, of course, more historical -- than the Boston Public Garden. Locals and visitors alike are fond of the garden’s vibrant displays of beautiful flowers and exotic trees, and it is often the setting for weddings and photoshoots of all kinds. It is also an excellent place for people-watching, and a very relaxing place to enjoy the day catching the Boston vibe.

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