Puck’s Places to Play: Boston
Ever want to visit the set of a TV show? Check out famous local spot Cheers in Beacon Hill.
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While the popular 1980’s show Cheers wasn’t shot inside this Boston bar, it served as the inspiration for the show and is even what is seen during exterior shots of the bar during the show. So, take your team, grab a beer, and experience the bar where everybody knows your name.
Thought you’d see some nutty stuff at MuckFest MS? Check out the narrowest house in Boston.
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This narrow four-story house can be found in the North End of Boston surrounded by much taller homes. Try to spot it while walking the freedom trail.
Not tired of seeing people run? Catch a game at Fenway Park.
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The iconic Fenway Park is home to the Boston Red Sox and a great place to watch a baseball game after a long day playing in the mud. If the game’s sold out, there’s always a chance to catch a glimpse of the action from The Bleacher Bar. The only place where you can grab a drink, a meal, and a window seat that looks right out onto the park thanks to the bar being located right beneath the bleachers in center field.
Check out the view at the Boston Public Garden. We’d never admit it, but the view is said to be prettier than anything from the top of Crash Landing.
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Take a long walk through the garden and enjoy the florals of spring along with the historic scenery of Boston. Don’t forget to hop on a Swan Boat and experience Puck’s point of view while gliding across the lake.
Enjoy a hot meal after a long day in the mud at the oldest running restaurant in the United States.
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Established in 1826, Union Oyster House not only serves up delicious food, but is a true part of American history. Enjoy a lobster roll or a big bowl of clam chowder to satisfy your appetite after taking on the mud and muck.