See the working port in action

From the fishing boats that unload their catch many mornings at the Boston Fish Pier to the giant cranes that pull metal containers off of the enormous ships at Conley Terminal, many locations along Boston's Harborwalk bustle with maritime industrial activity. The Harborwalk provides some excellent opportunities to see the Port of Boston in action.

Charlestown

  • Boston National Historic Park / Charlestown Navy Yard
  • Building 114
  • Shipyard Park
  • Schrafft Center
  • Harborview
  • South Boston

  • Commonwealth Pier / World Trade Center
  • Vent Building #6
  • Bank of America Pavilion
  • International Cargo Port / 88 Black Falcon Ave.
  • Black Falcon Cruise Terminal
  • South Boston Maritime Park
    Fish Pier is across the street.
  • Fish Pier
  • Legal Sea Foods
  • Castle Island / Pleasure Bay
  • Federal Express
  • Institute of Contemporary Art
  • East Boston

  • Harborside Community Center / Skateboard Park
  • Hyatt Harborside Hotel
  • Navy Fuel Pier/ Airport Edge Buffer
  • Condor Street Urban Wild
  • Deer Island

  • Deer Island HarborWalk
    Between Deer Island Light and Long Island, at the southern tip of Deer Island is "President Roads," the deep-water entrance to Boston Harbor. From this vantage point you can see large ocean liners and cargo vessels come and go from the harbor.
  • Downtown/North End

  • Burroughs Wharf
  • Battery Wharf/Fairmont Battery Wharf
  • Fort Point Channel

  • InterContinental Hotel and Residences

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