The TD Garden Arena plays host to the Boston Bruins and the Boston Celtics on the court, but a few levels higher, you'll find The Sports Museum. This museum resides on Premium Levels 5 and 6, and it celebrates the illustrious history of Boston in the realm of professional sports. That's why the TD Arena is the perfect home for it. Schedule a private tour or take a public tour of The Sports Museum to explore its half-mile of artifacts, which work together to tell the story of the city's sports teams. The exhibits include teams who don't play at TD Garden, like the Patriots and the Red Sox, so sports enthusiasts of all types will learn something new. Over the course of your tour, you'll also get to go to Level 9 of the arena and get a bird's eye view of the court below, along with a close-up
Chefs Matt and Kate of Townsman pay homage to New England in every locally sourced plate they design. The menu at Townsman changes regularly to reflect the current season, showcasing ingredients grown sustainably by farmers around the region, but the constantly revamped brunch menu may be the most popular. Come in this weekend to taste-test something sweet from the Maple Syrup Cart. It rolls around during brunch so that you can try the classic house maple syrup or something more unique, like Matt Jennings' Maple Hot Sauce or Bourbon & Rye Barrel-Aged Syrup. Grab an eight-ounce bottle of your favorite to drizzle over your chicken and waffles, and take the rest of it home. If you want to skip the sweet stuff, devour the chorizo Benedict with green-garlic hollandaise, the bagel with cream cheese and house-made lox, or the burger topped with bacon, Boursin, roasted onion jam, and egg-yolk caramel.