Flights to Boston
Packed with history, Boston's a city that’s proud of its heritage
Book flights to Boston and start a New England adventure. The narrow streets and red-brick houses of Beacon Hill give a real sense of the city’s past. And Boston has plenty of history – after all, this is where it all began for American democracy.
The dramatic changes in the seasons means there’s always a reason to catch a flight to Boston. The city provides glorious summer days lazing on the beach along with winter sport action. Don’t miss the fall either – Boston looks magnificent when the leaves start changing colour.
Boston video guide
See the Freedom Trail, Bunker Hill, Museum of Fine Arts, Fenway Park, Faneuil Market, Hatch Shell and more in our video guide to Boston.
Fun with reading
Children can explore their creativity at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst. This celebration of picture books was established by the creator of the Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Go leaf peeping
Get lost in New England’s wooded wonderland in the fall. The area around Boston offers the chance to stroll, hike or cycle through the leaves – and we've got the perfect guide to help you decide where to go.
Shop 'til you drop
Up for some shopping? Newbury Street is the city’s major retail destination, filled with great shops and plenty of restaurants – just remember to pause for coffee and cake.
Try lobster in Maine
Lobster is New England’s essential dining experience. It’s delicious and messy, especially when it’s slathered in melted butter. Well worth the embarrassment of wearing a bib.
There’s a reason the locals flock to Martha's Vineyard, with cycling, hiking, beaches and whale watching all on offer. Just one of the many things to see beyond Boston.
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Before you set off, take a look at our Boston Logan International Airport guide.
The flight time to Boston from London Heathrow is approximately 7 hours and 10 minutes.
Visit our dedicated US visa page, where you'll find lots of useful information on the travel documents you'll need.
The currency in Boston is the US Dollar (USD).
Boston is known as 'the walking city' and there are many trails criss-crossing the city for you to explore. See more Boston travel information.
The electricity supply is 120 volts in Boston. Standard British plugs will need an adapter.