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Things To Do In Boston

  • Sail Around Boston Harbor
  • Explore MIT Museum
  • Walk Along The Freedom Trail

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Boston is a major center of American colonial history, culture and learning.  The central city is focused around the Boston Harbor on the Shawmut Peninsula, while the greater Boston area encompasses the surrounding area.  Boston is a very diverse city in many ways.  Its old brick buildings, tall modern skyscrapers and famous seafood are just a few elements that make New England's largest city so unique.  The local’s welcome tourists from around the world and take pride in their city and beloved sport teams.  The historic Fenway Park is another way to experience the "Boston" culture by attending a Red Sox game. 

   Top Things To Do In Boston

Boston is loaded with colonial and Revolutionary war era history. The Freedom Trail is one of the country’s best historic trails going from Boston Common to the Charlestown Navy Yard, where you will find loads of places of historical importance to explore along the way, such as the Boston Massacre Site, Faneuil Hall and Paul Revere’s house. Faneuil Hall Marketplace dating back to 1742 is now home to the North Market Quincy Market and South Market buildings. A bustling indoor-outdoor dining and shopping market.  Filled with iconic, elegant federal period mansions, gas lights and cobblestone streets, Beacon Hill, is Boston’s most historic neighborhood. Be sure to go shopping and dining on Newbury Street in the affluent Back Bay neighborhood.  

Boston is surrounded by water and offers a variety of waterfront parks, museums, river and harbor cruises and the new Seaport. The nation’s oldest botanical park is Boston’s Public Garden. From spring through mid-fall, be sure to take one of the famous swan boat rides around the lagoon. Fans of art will enjoy spending time in Boston’s top museums: Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Museum of Science, Harvard Square and Harvard Art Museums, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, the Boston Public Library and Copley Square.  Finally, do not leave Boston without taking in a game at Fenway Park, or one of the daily tours of the park.