A weekend in Boston can be packed with arts, culture, shopping, and of course, countless opportunities for delightful dining experiences. Located on the Fish Pier, No Name Restaurant has been serving up fresh catches of various seafood classics for nearly a century. If you're searching for a tour, The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile tour that includes 16 historic sites such as the Old North Church and Paul Revere House. After your tour, satisfy your sweet tooth with one of many authentic Italian desserts at Mike's Pastry. Don't forget to taste Boston's famous New England clam chowder at Legal Sea Foods, which can be found at three different locations in the city. For museum lovers, The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston is a must-see. The spectacular, modern structure is located on the waterfront, and is a short walk from the city's downtown. Before you leave, don't forget to pay a visit to the historic Quincy Market (Faneuil Hall Marketplace) for all your shopping, and stop by Durgin-Park for a taste of fish chowder, prime rib, and Boston baked beans. List of Attractions & Eateries:No Name RestaurantThe Freedom TrailMike's PastryLegal Sea FoodsThe Institute of Contemporary Art/BostonQuincy Market (Faneuil Hall Marketplace)Durgin-Park