|Source:||Outdoors with Kids Boston (AMC Books)|
|Address:||66 Long Wharf, Boston, MA 02110|
|Hours:||May-October; hours vary.|
|Fee:||Free, except for ferry fees|
|Water/Snacks:||Yes (depends on island)|
The Boston Harbor Islands are one of Boston’s hidden gems, despite being just a short ferry ride away from downtown.
Can't get to the islands? For another trip related to the water, spend the day at the New England Aquarium, right next down to Long Wharf in Boston.Where to Eat Nearby:
Some islands have snack bars.
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