Vacations in Boston for AARP Members
One of the biggest attractions in Boston is the Freedom Trail, a two mile pathway that leads you to 16 different historic landmarks like Boston Common, the Old State House, and Paul Revere's house. Visitors should also make it a priority to visit Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall, the two oldest marketplaces in the city. Sports fans can spend time touring Fenway Park, Harvard Stadium, or TD Garden, and culture lovers won't want to skip Copley Square or the Mary Baker Eddy Library-Mapparium. Round out the vacation of a lifetime with some New England clam chowder and a drink in one of the cheerful pubs on Boylston Street.
Right here at the AARP Travel Center Powered by Expedia, we can help you find the cheapest prices on AARP member and senior vacations in Boston, MA. To start, we'll waive your booking fees altogether. As an AARP member, you can also snag discounts of up 10% on a single hotel stay. With vacation packages, it gets cheaper, and you could save hundreds on your booking. With the best car rentals, hotels, and flights available in New England, AARP members can prepare for a grand time exploring all that Boston has to offer.