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  • 1. Faneuil Hall - Quincy Market

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The larger major building (27000 sq ft) of the marketplace is Quincy Hall, built in the 1820's to supplement the small Faneuil Hall. Mayor Josiah Quincy, after whom the building is named, was the...

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  • 2. Freedom Trail

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    To commemorate the 150th anniversary of Ireland's famine, this memorial was unveiled in 1998 as a tribute to those who fled the ravages of the famine in Ireland to start a new life in the US. The...

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  • 3. Beacon Hill & Charles Street

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  • 4. Fenway Park

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    One good thing if you want to go to fenway park is that besides having it's own MBTA Subway Station (Yawkey) is that it has it's own Hop On Hop Off Trolley Stop. You can also dine or drinks at the...

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  • 5. USS Constitution - Charlestown Navy Yard

    The tour of the USS Consitution takes about 45 minutes, free, delivered by active duty US Navy sailors obviously selected for their personality as well as their aquired knowledge. The refurbished ship...

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  • 6. Copley Square

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    A magnificent building, the architecture is simply stunning. This is definitely a must visit place, I was blown away by the beauty and grandeur of the place. There is some beautiful artwork on display...

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  • 7. Harvard Square - Harvard University

    In a city with so many great art museums it is easy to overlook the Fogg Art Museum. This a relatively large collection of Western paintings that would do any city in America proud. One of the most...

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  • 8. North End

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    North End is one of the smallest but oldest neighborhoods of boston, it only has a size of 0.36 square mile (0.93 square kilometers) and this small area is home to more than 100 commercial...

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  • 9. Boston Common

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Boston is very dog friendly. At Boston Commons there are numerous off-leash zones. All owners are expected to pick up after their dog, and aggressive dogs are not allowed. It's a good idea to bring...

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  • 10. Public Garden

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Public Garden was founded in 1837. It is a very nice open space in the middle of a busy city. There are many monuments scattered around the park. There is a pond with a nice bridge. It is a very...

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  • 11. New England Aquarium

    4 out of 5 stars

    Non-enclosed exhibits are always popular, draw big crowds, and the aquarium has several. All the way in the back, a pool features Northern fur seals and California sea lions and overlooks the Boston...

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  • 12. Chinatown

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    Walking around Chinatown around 8:30 at night ended up being mugged TWICE. Not wearing anything flashy simply lost trying to find the train station. Speaking Chinese does not help either, majority of...

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  • 13. Museum of Fine Arts

    5 out of 5 stars

    One of the most enjoyable museums I've been to in America has to be the Boston Fine Arts museum. The building itself has interesting architecture, and the museums has a great variety. They always have...

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  • 14. Cheers

    The Most sought after Attraction in Beacon Hill and it has it's own Hop on Hop Off Bus trolley Stop will be the Iconic Bull & Finch Pub, where the outside shots of the famed defunt Show Cheers was...

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  • 15. Prudential Center

    4 out of 5 stars

    We really enjoyed visiting the observatory and found it to be good value at about 12 dollars each. You travel up a high speed lift about 52 floors. The skywalk tour gives you great views of Boston....

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  • 16. Hancock Tower

    4 out of 5 stars

    The John Hancock Tower of Boston in Copley Square used to have an observation deck at the 60th floor but was closed in 2001 after the 9-11 attacks and only it's namesake the John Hancock Center...

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  • 17. Holocaust Memorial

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Main Attraction of the Carmen Park that is situated between Union and Congress Street that fronts Union Oyster House and the Boston City Hall is the New England Holocaust Memorial. The Memorial...

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  • 18. Old North Church

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Old North Church is part of a complex including several gardens and the obligatory statue of Paul Revere. Included gardens include a fountain and several discrete gardens for rest, meditation, and...

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  • 19. Granary Burying Ground

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Granary Burying Ground was formerly part of the huge Bostom Common but that area was separated in 1660 AD and was made into a Burial Ground of which many Famous Bostonians and Founding Fathers...

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  • 20. Paul Revere House

    4 out of 5 stars

    This is the house where Paul Revere lived when he made his famous messenger ride to Lexington on the night of April 18-19, 1775. It is the oldest surviving building in downtown Boston and has been...

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  • 21. Seaport District

    The Long Wharf of Boston was formerly the busiest part of Boston in the Colonial Times of 1710 as a connection to the Deep water part of boston bay from near fanneuil hall and Customs House and this...

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  • 22. Back Bay

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    77 Rowe Street Auburndale, Mass 02466 617-213-8400 Free Tour of Finagle’s Bagel-Making Facilities Tour our facility and see the bagel dough being made fresh every day. Enjoy our self-guided tour...

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  • 23. Newbury Street

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The most fashionable street in all of Boston must surely be Newbury streeet. Lined with beautiful Brownstones and shops on the ground levels, Newbury street is a great place to find yourself during...

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  • 24. Charles River

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Being the last stop of the Charles River before it goes to the Sea at the Logan International Airport Area, Bostonians love the Charles River and during the Summer and Spring and early fall, they do...

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  • 25. Downtown & Financial District

    The Boston Theater District is a small area beside Chinatown and near the Boston Common. There are several Play Houses along the Theater District that offers international famous plays, theaters,...

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From the historical to the modern, Boston offers plenty to do.  If the weather is good, the best activities are outdoors.  Walk the Freedom Trail, take a boat to a harbor island or on...

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