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5 Family Friendly Places To Go In The Boston Seaport Area

Things To Do In The Boston Seaport

When most people think of the Boston Seaport area they instantly think of an area of the city that has seen rapid growth over the years. Once full of warehouses, the Seaport District has now become young and fun and full of cool places to visit out and live. However, the Boston Seaport isn’t just for people looking for a hip place to hang. There are also some family friendly places that people of all ages can enjoy. If you’re headed to the area and looking for things to do with your whole family, this list can point you in the right direction. Check out these 10 family friendly places to go in the Boston Seaport area.

Boston Children’s Museum

If you’re looking for a place that is truly friendly for kids of all ages, the Boston Children’s Museum is the place to be. This location is considered by most as the best kid-friendly place in the entire city thanks to its creative, fun, and interactive exhibits. The museum also has fun and educational events on a regular basis.

Seaport Common

When the weather is nice, there’s nothing better than getting out and enjoying the beauty of nature. Seaport Common is a large park that is overlooks Boston Harbor. If you want to take in the boats and enjoy a picnic, this location could be the ideal setting for you and your family to spend the afternoon together.

The Lawn on D

Whoever said the Boston Seaport wasn’t family friendly must have forgotten about the Lawn on D. This awesome outdoor space is fun for people of all ages. During the warmer months, Lawn on D welcomes lots of live entertainment including musicians and festivals. The venue offers plenty of outdoor seating as well as free Wi-Fi and there are lots of outdoor games that everyone can enjoy.

Boston Fire Museum

Educational family activities don’t have to be boring at the Boston Fire Museum. Opened in 1983, the museum is housed in an old fire station in the Boston Seaport. The museum’s mission “is to preserve and display fire fighting memorabilia from the Greater Boston area, educate and inform the general public on fire safety, restore and maintain the landmark building we occupy, and to support the fire service in general.”

In addition to educating visitors on fire safety and the history of fire fighting, this location is also a great venue for kids’ birthday parties.

Flour Bakery and Cafe

After a long day of fun and games, there’s nothing like enjoying a good bite to eat. The Flour Bakery and Cafe is the perfect place for a quick meal. This restaurant offers several kid-friendly menu options as well as plenty of snacks and pastries. Best of all, there are also plenty of gluten-free, nut free, dairy free, and vegan/vegetarian options.

Written by Camille Moore

Camille has a master's degree from Saint Joseph University's Writing Studies program. Her writing has been published on several websites, and she enjoys writing articles and short stories in her spare time. You can follow Camille on Twitter @CamealAshley.

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