Boston MA Senior Living
Boston is a bustling metropolitan steeped in history. As one of the oldest cities in the United States, each street holds a story. Seniors looking to retire in a place that never loses its appeal should consider Boston, Massachusetts.
Known as The Cradle of Liberty, Boston has worked to preserve its history. Many pivotal events of the American Revolution occurred in and around Boston, including the Boston Tea Party.There are several walking tours that allow history buffs to walk back through time.
Be sure to stop by the Omni Parker House Hotel where legendary authors Longfellow, Thoreau, Emerson and Hawthorne held meetings.
If current day entertainment is more your style, be sure to take in a performance at one of Boston’s many performing arts centers.
The Theater District hosts historic theaters like the Wang and Shubert, but don’t miss the Huntington Theatre Company and the American Repertory Theatre. You can catch the country’s longest running play, “Shear Madness,” at The Charles Playhouse along with the world-famous Blue Man Group.
The music scene has plenty to offer. Classical music fans will enjoy the Boston Lyric Opera and the Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, among others. Jazz lovers can enjoy live performances at Regattabar, Ryles and Scullers.
If food is your passion, Boston delivers. Along with city favorites — clam chowder, lobster rolls and baked beans — the city is home to many award-winning chefs. For a food lover, Restaurant Week Boston is a must; take advantage of over 200 restaurants every March and August.
Don’t forget to cheer on the local teams by taking in a Red Sox game at Fenway Park. If you head over to the TD Garden you can take in a Celtics basketball game, watch the Bruins hockey team take to the ice or enjoy a lacrosse game with the Blazers.
Seniors looking for a metropolitan area with strong historical roots should consider Boston. Holiday Retirement has six independent senior living communities in the Boston area.
Senior Living Communities in Boston, MA