The Seaport boasts some of the most stunning views of downtown Boston, the harbor and beyond. Fitness junkies love the Seaport in any season, not just for the gyms and yoga studios, but the open space, fresh air, and various classes offered year round. Lastly, you can go anywhere from here, conveniently located minutes from the airport, and a hop, skip and a jump from downtown.
Get to know the seaport
Bars & Clubs
Minutes to Logan
Miles of Harborwalk
Walk to DTX
The Institute of Contemporary Art
The Institute of Contemporary Art was one of the first to call the new Seaport home when they opened their new building designed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro architects right here on the waterfront in 2006. Founded in 1936, the ICA’s mission has been to exhibit emerging and established contemporary artists from around the world and has become one of the “must see” destinations in the city.
District Hall is a public home for innovators and entrepreneurs, bringing people together to collaborate through programs, networking, educational workshops and other resources. It also boasts a cafe space and is home to several weekly free events highlighting Boston’s unique entrepreneurs and start-ups.
Whether you like to run, walk or bike, there is no better place to break a sweat than Seaport’s picturesque waterfront. The neighborhood sets a high bar for wellness with outdoor workouts on Seaport Green featuring the best of local and national fitness companies from Everybody Fights to Soulcycle and Equinox.
Okuda San Miguel
Air Sea Land, a public art installation along Seaport Boulevard by Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel, has set a new tone for the neighborhood. Big, bold shiny color adorns the concrete boulevard, bringing life and energy through his unique brand of pop surrealism. The series include seven large outdoor sculptures that explore some common themes in Okuda’s work.
The Lawn on D
The Lawn on D is a first-of-its-kind interactive outdoor event and play space on Boston’s waterfront. Its mission is to encourage community engagement, foster creativity and integrate the nearby BCEC in to the urban fabric of the bustling waterfront.
Amidst the evolution of traditional retail, online e-tailers are reviving the brick and mortar landscape with try-before-you-buy shopping experiences. In Boston, the Seaport has become their go-to destination for business. With the influx of new retail space available, direct-to-consumer lifestyle brands like Warby Parker, Away, and One King’s Lane, are popping up on every corner.
Once a destination strictly relegated for old-school Boston seafood, and celebrating Nana’s 82nd birthday, the Seaport now offers a lot more than just good-ole New England lobstah. World-class restaurateurs, including 6 James Beard award winners, have now made the Seaport Boston’s hottest dining destination.
Located at 60 Seaport Boulevard in the Seaport lives another colorful addition to the neighborhood by local legend and artworld icon, Frank Stella. This reproduction of his 1970 painting titled Damascus Gate (Stretch Variation I), measures 98ft long by 18ft high, allowing viewers to experience it from various perspectives across the neighborhood.
Boston Children’s Museum
The Boston Children’s Museum is one of the largest children’s museums in the world. Founded in 1913 to advance the teaching of science, it continues to inspire and engage children of all ages through its focus on science, culture, environmental awareness, health & fitness, and the arts.
Location, Location, Location
Connected to the best of the city, The Alyx at EchelonSeaport is more than just an address as it offers an exciting new way to live with curated retail, dynamic courtyards, and enriching indoor and outdoor amenities all within reach.