1. The Sports Museum
If you’re a big sports fan and want to learn more about Boston’s sports excellence then make sure to visit The Sports Museum. The museum was founded in 1977 and is home to many superb exhibits on the Red Sox, Celtics, Bruins, Patriots, and Revolution.
2. Bobby Orr Statue
Stopping by the Bobby Orr statue that commemorates his famous flying goal against the St. Louis Blues in Game 4 of the 1970 Stanley Cup Finals is a must for any hockey fan out there. Orr is arguably the greatest player in hockey history, so even if you’re just in town and not going to a Bruins game check this statue out.
3. Rene Rancourt
Rene Rancourt is a Boston institution and has been performing the national anthem at Bruins games for over 35 years. His rendition of the anthem will give you chills, and everyone will go wild when he does his signature fist pump, so make sure you don’t miss the anthem when attending a Bruins game.
4. Championship and Retired Number Banners
The Boston Bruins are the oldest American NHL team and have a rich history to display. Hanging from the arena’s rafters you’ll see banners honoring all-time greats such as Bobby Orr as well as the best teams in Bruins history including the 2011 Stanley Cup winning team. Make sure to take them all in during your trip to a Bruins game for the full experience.
5. The Paulaner Bar
Located on the platform of North State, The Paulaner is the perfect place to grab a drink with friends before the game. The bar replicates an authentic Bavarian bar and puts you right at the feet of the arena, so check it out.
6. The Craft Beer Garden
If you’re a craft beer guy or gal then here is where you’ll want to grab a drink thanks to the wide selection. The Craft Beer Garden features Cisco Brewers, Founders, Lagunitas, and many more on tap, so make sure to stop by and grab a brew.
7. Blades the Bear
You can see Blades throughout The Garden on game days entertaining fans young and old alike. You never know what kind of antics Blades will get into next so be on the lookout for him at the game.
8. Boston Bruins Ice Girls
The Ice Girls keep fans entertained through a variety of cheering and skating routines as well as giveaways. The most popular Ice Girls event is the t-shirt toss, so get loud for your chance to win one.
Those of you who want to catch a view of beautiful of Boston should grab a drink at The Hub. The Hub is located on Level 4 concourse and is open to all fans.
10. Pro Shop
Located on the Red Auerbach Concourse, the 6,000 sq ft TD Garden Pro Shop is the perfect place to grab some Bruins or Celtics gear before the game. If you’re looking to pick up a souvenir from your trip to The Garden, then there is no better place to do so than the stadium’s pro shop.