Some Amazing Things to do in Boston

The Freedom Trail provides a great introduction to the city and connects or passes close to many of its most popular tourist attractions.

Follow the Freedom Trail

You will find the Old Granary Burying Ground, Samuel Adams and John Hancock, King’s Chapel Burying Ground, Old South Meeting House, Old State House.

Fenway Park

The Green Monster is one of its most distinctive features. It’s a 37-foot-high green wall that runs in left field.

Faneuil Hall

Market stalls still use the ground floor. The upper floor houses a council chamber that was used in 18th- and 19th century revolutionaries, and later, abolitionists.

Boston Common and Public Garden

It is located on the west side Charles Street and adjoins it, the 24-acre Public Garden. This historic botanical garden is America’s oldest.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston

The most recent and greatest achievement of the project is the construction an entire American Wing house.

Boston National Historic Park

It offers historical context through interactive exhibits that show life on a naval vessel from two centuries ago.

Harvard Square and Harvard Art Museum

It offers historical context through interactive exhibits that show life on a naval vessel from two centuries ago.

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