I went to Revere beach because it seemed to be the easiest beach to reach by subway. It is a basic city beach and was not extremely scenic nor was it in a posh neighborhood. If you're looking for a beautiful immaculate New England beach go elsewhere but if you just want to lay by the water or you're just looking for a break from the Boston city sights this is a nice enough beach.
Visit Salem, Witch Village.
It is not in Boston but just a bit to the north. We had heard about it so decided to visit it. All you want to know about witches you can found out there. There is so much to see and do.
Been to the Witch History Museum. I don't think it is the best thing to visit as there is so much more to do but we had to choose as we couldn't see/do everything. I suggest you go to something else but will just tell you a bit about it.
In this museum you can find everything about the witch hysteria back in 1692.The story is told and you see scenes depicting those stories. Hundreds of witches were accused and waiting in jail. Some died in captivity and 19 were hanged.