With a stay at InterContinental Boston, you'll be centrally located in Boston, steps from Boston Harbor and 6 minutes by foot from Boston Children's Museum.
Oct 26 - Oct 27
With a stay at The Liberty, a Marriott Luxury Collection Hotel, Boston in Boston (West End), you'll be a 3-minute walk from Massachusetts General Hospital and ...
Oct 28 - Oct 29
With a stay at Encore Boston Harbor in Everett, you'll be near the airport, steps from Encore Boston Harbor and a 3-minute drive from The Freedom Trail.
Nov 1 - Nov 2
Four Seasons Hotel One Dalton Street, Boston is in the heart of Boston, within a 5-minute walk of Newbury Street and Hynes Convention Center.
Nov 15 - Nov 16
With a stay at Boston Harbor Hotel in Boston (Downtown Boston), you'll be steps from Boston Harbor and Rowes Wharf.
Nov 23 - Nov 24
With a stay at Four Seasons Hotel Boston in Boston (Downtown Boston), you'll be within a 5-minute walk of Newbury Street and Boston Public Garden.
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With a stay at Fifteen Beacon, you'll be centrally located in Boston, steps from The Freedom Trail and 6 minutes by foot from Boston Common.
Oct 26 - Oct 27
A stay at Mandarin Oriental Boston places you in the heart of Boston, steps from Prudential Tower and Newbury Street.
Nov 14 - Nov 15
With a stay at The Ritz-Carlton, Boston, you'll be centrally located in Boston, steps from Boston Opera House and 3 minutes by foot from The Freedom Trail.
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The historic community of Revere, Mass., was named for the famous American Revolutionary War hero, and lies along the coast just five miles north of Boston. The nearby Saugus Iron Works facility offers a glimpse into colonial industry, by displaying the blast furnace, forge and quarter-ton hammer once used in iron production. The four-story Revere Society for Cultural and Historic Preservation houses exhibits pertaining to local history; from colonial times to the present.
The many roadways making navigation about Revere possible include U.S. Route 1 and State Highways 1A, 16, 60, 107 and 145, which cut through the community. Commercial buses and taxis can provide transportation to your lodgings, and the MBTA Blue Line railway service takes commuters in and out of Revere.
Originally part of Rumney Marsh and later North Chelsea, the township did not become independent and adopt the name of Revere until 1852. One of the many historic locations in town is Fenno’s Tavern. Constructed in 1835, the venue once served as a coach stop for weary travelers, and the bar is still in operation.
The city has a humid but mild climate, with summer temperatures averaging in the mid-80s, and winter temperatures hovering in the low 20s. The community receives moderate precipitation all year long, so consider bringing along rain boots if you plan to walk around town.