• Black Rose

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    Completely accessible. Elevator access to second floor of seating. Easy drop off on side street immediately in front of entrance.

    Cuisine type: Irish , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   1064 Reviews

  • Bleacher Bar

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    Located under Fenway Park’s bleachers, the Bleacher Bar has gained fame for its ground-to-ceiling window that gives patrons a view of the ballpark’s center field. Along with offering an awesome atmosphere and sweet spot to overlook the field, the bar also offers decent food and is completely accessible.

    It is important to note, though, that the bar gets extremely crowded and difficult to navigate near and during game time; it is probably best visited during calmer hours.

    Price: $$ - $$$ , Cuisine type: American,Bar,Pub , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   468 Reviews

  • Bon Chon

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    In upstairs of mall, accessible via convenient elevator that brings you right to the hostess desk. There is not designated accessible parking, but there is an area ten feet away from the mall's ramp entrance where the road is closed off for pedestrian use that can be easily pulled into for drop-off.
  • Boston Common

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    Price per person: $0
    Guided, self guided, or N/A : N/A
    Length of tour (distance in miles) : 6 city blocks in size
    Areas to sit throughout : Yes
    Accessible washrooms and water fountains : No
    Wheelchairs on hand for loan : No
    All exhibits wheelchair accessible (access, ability to view, etc.): Yes
    Available rain or shine : Yes
    Accessible Parking or Drop-Off Area (within 20 feet from entrance) : Yes

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    The oldest park in the United States (founded 1634), Boston Common (not "Boston Commons" as it is often incorrectly referred to) is a gorgeous and accessible park in the center of the metropolis. It is amazingly picturesque in every season of the year.

    There are benches throughout the park (which is about 6 city blocks in size), providing plenty of areas to sit and observe. There are slightly steep slopes on the pathways, but all walkways are flat and very wide. The area is not too busy and is occupied by pedestrians enjoying the peacefulness. There are easy drop off areas as well as T metro access (with elevator) from Park Street (Red and Green lines).

    Here you can find the visitor information center with a small gift shop and helpful information staff. This building is accessible.

    Freedom Trail: This is the first stop along the Freedom Trail

    Price: $0 , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   6535 Reviews

  • Boston Latin School/Benjamin Franklin Statue

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    Price per person: $0
    Guided, self guided, or N/A : N/A
    All exhibits wheelchair accessible (access, ability to view, etc.): Yes
    Available rain or shine : Yes
    Accessible Parking or Drop-Off Area (within 20 feet from entrance) : Yes

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    Boston Latin School, the country's first public school that Ben Franklin also attended, used to stand here. Now, there is a mosaic on the sidewalk and a statue of Ben Franklin atop where the school used to be. In the same area is the Old City Hall which is difficult to access but easy to admire from outside. A Ruth's Chris Steakhouse also is here. While there is not a ton to see, it is still a need historical landmark that is worth stopping at on your stroll through the city.

    Everything here is outside and easy to see, making accessibility a non-issue

    Freedom Trail: Stop number six on the Freedom Trail.
  • Boston Massacre Site

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    Price per person: $0
    Guided, self guided, or N/A : N/A
    Areas to sit throughout : No

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    The site of the historically significant Boston Massacre is represented by a large plaque on the ground immediately outside the Old State House. It is also immediately outside of the old state house subway station. The site, considering it is simply a location on a flat outdoor sidewalk, is entirely accessible.

    Freedom Trail: This is stop number 10 along the Freedom Trail

    Price: $0 , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   279 Reviews

  • Boston Public Library

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    Price per person: $0
    Guided, self guided, or N/A : Self-Guided; Guided Available
    Duration of tour : 45 minutes
    Areas to sit throughout : Yes
    Accessible washrooms and water fountains : Yes
    Wheelchairs on hand for loan : Yes
    All exhibits wheelchair accessible (access, ability to view, etc.): Yes
    Available rain or shine : Yes

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    The Boston Public Library was the first free municipal library in the world. Built in 1852, the library is one of Boston’s most historic and exquisite buildings. Decorated by a breathtaking façade and endless art inside, the library is much more than a place to rent and return books. The library also hosts authors’ speaking events, musical performances, and other educational and entertaining events. Free self-guided tours, with the help of a brochure, are a great opportunity to learn about the library and focus on what interests you the most. Free guided tours are also available (leave at varying times). Additionally, the library houses two cafes and the Courtyard Restaurant.

    The library benefits from a spacious interior, clear signs indicating location and accessible features, elevators, lifts, ramps, accessible restrooms and water fountains, and virtually every other accessible feature you can think of. The tours are completely accessible too.

    Price: $0 , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   4131 Reviews

  • Boston Public Market

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    Price per person: $0
    Guided, self guided, or N/A : N/A
    Areas to sit throughout : Yes
    Accessible washrooms and water fountains : Yes
    All exhibits wheelchair accessible (access, ability to view, etc.): Yes
    Available rain or shine : Yes

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    This market is extremely accessible and is a fun place to do some shopping or just look around. The market has a year-round indoor section and a seasonal outdoor market. The indoor market is directly across the street from the edge of the North End and is perfectly accessible with automatic doors, ramps, spacious interior, accessible restrooms, and also has A/C to shelter you from the sun on the occasional warm afternoon. The outdoor market also has a spacious setup, making it easy to access all of the market stands.

    The market is adjacent to the Haymarket T stop, and it occupies the ground floor of the same building as the Parcel 7 garage.

    Price: $0 , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   453 Reviews

  • Bostonia Public House

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    Assisted door opening at entrance. Most accessible seating is on second floor, with a lift being required to access it. Very helpful staff. Easy to drif off right outside of entrance.

    Cuisine type: American,Contemporary , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   1407 Reviews

  • Brasserie Athenee

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    Extremely accessible location with a convenient location! Awesome brunch too. Nice, open interior makes moving around soooo easy.
  • Brasserie Ruhlmann

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    This dining option provides a top-notch French menu with great décor, outdoor patio dining, and service in the heart of the area. The restaurant is also entirely accessible in exterior and interior, and offers great people-watching from the patio dining or tables by the huge windows.
  • Bubba Gump Shrimp Co

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    This restaurant can be crowded, but is definitely accessible. While a flight of stairs is the only main entrance to the dining floor, you can simply ask the hostess to take you back to the elevator to bring you there as well. The place can become crowded during peak hours, but it still is maneuverable. It is also a very fun way to immerse yourself in the Forest Gump experience!

    Cuisine type: Seafood , TripAdvisor Traveler Rating :   13832 Reviews

  • Buca di Beppo

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    Buca di Peppo is completely accessible thanks to an elevator in the main entrance and a navigable layout. We recommend making a reservation ahead of time to avoid waiting in line for too long during busy hours!
  • by CHLOE. Boston Seaport

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    By Chloe is a unique, fast-casual restaurant featuring ice cream, beverages, and other sweets. While the restaurant has rave reviews entering may be difficult; the entrance is about 30 feet from the street.
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    Café Fleuri, located in the Langham Hotel, is bright and spacious. A favorite for brunch, the staff is attentive and accommodating as you would expect from the Langham.