Take the Ferry to Boston from Marina Bay
Take a day trip to Boston via the Ferry.
Ferry Service to Boston
The Ferry is the perfect way to take a ride to Boston, whether you’re a commuter or a day tripper, with stops at the Seaport and the New England Aquarium / Financial District, as well as to the Winthrop beach area.
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Not surprisingly, the seaport district of South Boston is located beautifully along the water. The area is designed for easy strolling along the HarborWalk, and there are bars and restaurants for all ages and budgets. The Marina Bay Ferry drops passengers in the Seaport at the Institute of Contemporary Art and from there an easy walk to many fabulous entertainment sites, including, Harpoon Brewery, Children’s Museum, Lawn of D, Entertainment Pavilion, new shopping, and entertainments sites, movie theatre and an extensive restaurant scene. It is part of the larger neighborhood of South Boston, and is also sometimes called the Innovation District. The Seaport is formerly an industrial area that has undergone an extensive redevelopment effort in recent years.
Passengers can exit the ferry and find themselves right at the New England Aquarium. The aquarium is perfect for a family day out in Boston. Children of all ages love to explore the hundreds of exhibit tanks, as well as the largest shark and ray touch tank on the East Coast and the Giant Ocean Tank. After a day at the aquarium, it’s an easy walk to the North End, Faneuil Hall and the Seaport for lunch, dinner, shopping and entertainment.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace consists of four great places in one location – Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, North Market and South Market, all set around a cobblestone promenade where jugglers, magicians and musicians entertain the passers-by. A great place to stroll, shop, eat, laugh, wander, wonder and explore it all. Plenty of push-carts and retail shops for an incredible shopping experience.
Faneuil Hall is owned by the City of Boston and operated as a visitor center and historic site by the National Park Service. Free admission. Ranger talks of the Great Hall are available year-round. An easy walk from the Marina Bay Ferry drop-off at the New England Aquarium. Enjoy your visiting experience!
The North End of Boston – Otherwise known as Boston’s “Little Italy”, the North End is a well known neighborhood with European roots where parades and pastries seem to flow from every street corner, but at the same time, has been adopted by a younger generation—the kind that favors green smoothies over gelato and pumpkin spice lattes over Prince spaghetti! If you visit between June and August, you are likely to stroll into one of the North End’s famous feast of the saints parades – a one of a kind event!
Take the ferry from Marina Bay to the Winthrop shoreline, home to some of the most beautiful beaches and parks! The two largest and most popular beaches in town are Winthrop Beach and Yirell Beach. Visit the quaint downtown with its variety of excellent restaurants.