Agents Near You
27 Sterling Rd.,
Rainbow Movers, Inc.
19 National Drive,
Ayer Moving & Storage Co., Inc.
109 Central Ave.,
Allen & Coles Mvg. - sales office only
12 Brockes Road,
Allen & Coles Moving Systems, LLC
241 Willard St.,
- Sterling Trucking, Inc.-hauling only 61 Comstock Parkway, Cranston, RI 02921 Distance:46.8 Miles
Boston, Massachusetts Moving Companies
North American Van Lines: The Best of Boston Moving Companies
If you've been looking for reliable movers in Boston, your search can end with North American Van Lines. Our up-to-date vehicles, dedicated and efficient agents and national reputation for excellence will have you out the door in no time. Our 80 years of experience and strict adherence to safety standards will make your relocation secure, organized and punctual. No matter how far you're going or how many belongings you have, North American Van Lines has the equipment to get the job done. Other Boston moving companies can't match our convenience, value and reliability. Call us today for a free quote.
What a Move to Boston Has to Offer
With a population of approximately 655,000 residents, Boston is the largest city in the New England region. Boston is a historic city famous for being the site of Revolutionary War battles and speeches by celebrated political figures. The city has had a colorful history textured by a disproportionate number of politicians and academic personalities reaching the national stage and engaging in intellectual debate. Boston is home to more than 25 institutions of higher learning, including prestigious schools such as Boston College, Boston University, Northeastern University, the University of Massachusetts at Boston and Emerson College. Smaller colleges include Simmons College, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Massachusetts College of Pharmacy, the Massachusetts College of Art and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts.
Boston's history dates back almost to the arrival of the original British colonists who settled in nearby Plymouth in 1620. It was the site of the original British Massachusetts Bay Colony government and America's first public school, the Boston Latin School, which is still in use today. The site of the Boston Tea Party is a museum today, and Bunker Hill has a monument similar to the Washington Monument in Washington, D.C. that is open to the public.
Many of Boston's historic sites are open to the public as tourist attractions or museums, including the Paul Revere House, the U.S.S. Constitution and Old North Church. Other famous sites in the city include the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library, Faneuil Hall, the Boston Common, Quincy Market and Fenway Park. Many fondly remember the bar from the television show Cheers, which is a tourist attraction as well. Boston is home to world-renowned cultural institutions such as the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.
The North American Van Lines Difference
When you need a moving company in Boston that you can trust, call North American Van Lines. Our agents are standing by to help with all your moving needs, big or small. Let our cutting-edge technology and high-quality assurance make your move easier while you rest assured that your valued possessions are being handled with care by the movers our agents hire. In Boston, let us provide transportation, temporary storage, packing services, boxes and packing materials, transport for cars and boats and much more. Call us for a free price quote.