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Destination Boston/Revere

The Comfort Inn and Suites Boston Logan International is just minutes from downtown Boston and an easy drive to the beautiful scenic destinations of Boston's North Shore.  Explore the city of Boston by walking the 2.5 mile/4 km Freedom Trail to learn about the sixteen important historical sites of the American Revolution.  Stroll the tree lined Public garden or Boston Common to enjoy the Swan Boats in the warm weather or outdoor skating in the winter.

Unsure how to navigate  the city?

Take advantage of  full day of sightseeing in Boston! Old Town Trolley stops at The Comfort Inn & Suites every day at 9am and drops you off at 5pm! This is a seasonal summer service only

Faneuil Hall

Visit Faneuil Hall, once the site of rousing political speeaches, now home to Boston's favorite foods and fun shopping.  Take advantage of a day of learning at the Museum of Science in Cambridge or viewing the towering fish tank at the new England Aquarium on Boston's waterfront.  No matter the weather or the time of year, a trip to Boston is a great adventure.

Become a fan of the North Shore!

Experience the beauty of the new England Coast on a scenic drive north to Rockport, Salem or Marblehead.  Massachusett's rocky coastline has a famous fishing and whaling history.  Walk the cobblestone streets of old Marblehead, visit the Witch House in Salem to learn about the trials and sample a lobster roll in Rockport after visiting the famous art galleries.  An easy drive from the Comfort Inn and Suites Logan International, the North Shore is the perfect destination to truly feel like a native New Englander.

Revere Beach, cool off in the Atlantic Ocean

Revere Beach, America's First Public Beach established in 1896, located just North of Boston. Visitors can walk Revere Boulevard, which runs parallel to the beach. The T's Blue Line offers service between Revere Beach and downtown Boston, too. Ask us at the front desk abut the best walking directions, you'll be there in a short 10 minute walk!


Indulge at Kelly?s Roast Beef on Revere Beach

Founded in 1951, the first Kelly’s Roast Beef was opened in Revere, Massachusetts, on the beach by Frank V. McCarthy and Raymond Carey. They originally owned a hot-dog stand on the beach, and also worked at Paul Rogers House, a neighboring restaurant. When a wedding cancelled at the restaurant, McCarthy and Carey brought the leftover roast beef to their hot-dog stand, sliced them, put them on bread, and became the creator of the Original Roast Beef Sandwich. McCarthy and Carey didn’t want either of their names on the restaurant, so they named the business after their friend Tom Kelly, and we quickly became one of the top restaurants in Revere, Massachusetts. Check out their live cam in the summer!

International Sand Castle Competition

The Revere Beach International Sand Sculpting Festival has grown into one of the largest sand sculpting festivals in the country. Each year sculptors from all over the world come to compete for one of the largest grand prizes in the world. Sculptors work for four days creating masterpieces on the beach with nothing but sand and water. Every year the event features a People’s Choice competition where you get to vote for your favorite.

The Festival also features a full line-up of live entertainment, amusement rides, fireworks, a food truck festival and much more!

 Check out 2013's main display below in a time lapse video.

Get your spook on at the Salem Witch Museum!

The Salem Witch Museum examines one of the most enduring and emotional events in American History...the Witch Trials of 1692. The main presentation is based on actual trial documents. Visitors experience the drama of that dark time though thirteen life-size stage sets, figures, lighting and a stirring narration as they are witness to the web of lies and intrigue of the Salem Witch Hunt.


The best of marine life at the New England Aquarium

The New England Aquarium is a global leader in ocean exploration and marine conservation. With more than 1.3 million visitors a year, the Aquarium is one of the premier visitor attractions in Boston and a major public education resource for the region.


Walk the footsteps of history at Boston's Freedom Trail, only 5 miles from us!

A 2.5-mile, red-lined route that leads you to 16 historically significant sites — each one an authentic treasure. Explore museums and meetinghouses, churches, and burying grounds. Learn about the brave people who shaped our nation. Discover the rich history of the American Revolution, as it began in Boston, where every step tells a story.