Residents of Boston typically flee the city during the Labor Day Weekend to Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard for the last holiday celebration of the summer. This makes it a great time for vacationers to visit Boston with less traffic and easier access to the attractions. Check out some of the Boston Labor Day 2013 Events:
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
Congress Street Bridge
Relive the single most important event leading up to the American Revolution in 1773. Interact with colonial participants from the Boston Tea Party, explore the historically restored tall ships, and experience a holographic encounter with the “Let It Begin Here” movie presentation. Click this link to learn more about our Boston Attractions Ticket Packages.
Boston Tattoo Convention
August 30- September 2
Hynes Convention Center
One of the most unique and alternative lifestyle events happening over the Labor Day Weekend in Boston is the annual Tattoo Convention open to tattoo artists and fans. Participate in workshops and see the most unique designs in the northeast.
PGA TOUR Deutsche Bank Championship
August 30- September 2
TPC Boston Norton, MA
Follow the Top 100 PGA Tour Players in the second round of the Fed Ex Cup Playoffs at the Deutsche Bank Championship. About 40 miles outside the city you can catch some of the greatest golfers in the world compete for a chance to move on to the third round of the playoffs and their chance at a $10 million prize.
See Wicked at the Boston Opera House
August 30 - September 2
Wicked is a much loved Broadway play and winner of 35 major awards. It follows the story of the Wicked Witch of the West and Glinda the Good before Dorothy visited in The Wizard of Oz. This stunning production is perfect for all ages.
Old Town Trolley Tours of Boston has provided vacation guests and locals with more than 20 years of historic tours, news, and events. Each month the Trolley Team publishes upcoming events in Boston for visitors and residents to enjoy.
If you’re visiting during the Boston Labor Day Weekend 2013, don’t forget to include the Old Town Trolley Tour in your itinerary. The best way to visit all the Boston attractions and historic sites in one weekend is to hop aboard Old Town Trolley when you arrive and see the best sites first. This allows you to plan your vacation around the activities that interest you and your family the most. You can hop on and off at your leisure plus ride on the second consecutive day free!
If you are a local Boston resident, take advantage of the Old Town Trolley Tours Hometown Pass program. After your registration is verified, you will receive free admission to the historic Boston Tour each time you bring a full paying guest. Learn more about the Hometown Pass today.