Boston Things to Do

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  • 51. Zakim Bridge

    With all the water surrounding nearly the whole of Boston, bridges are prevalent. Two on the north side are the Leonard Zakim Bridge, or otherwise called Bunker Hill Bridge. That takes you into...

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  • 52. Black Heritage Trail

    5 out of 5 stars

    This is a shorter trail than the freedom trail and takes you mainly around the Beacon Hill area which is lovely in itself. There are beautiful mansion houses and millionaire's squares. Excellent and...

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  • 53. The Big Dig

    Besides the tunnels under the city for the Subway system, there is ... the Big Dig! The Liberty Tunnel and the Tip O'Neil. Which one is which is yet to be finalized. I'll call this one right now ......

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  • 54. Custom House

    among the famous architrctural landmarks in Old Town of Boston is the Customs House Tower, which is now the Marriott Customs House Hotel. The Customs house was built in 1837 via a greek neoclassical...

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  • 55. Blue Man Group

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This was the one show that I really wanted to see whilst I was in Boston. From start to end, it was a great nights entertainment with plenty of audience participation. The musicianship interspersed...

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  • 56. Food and Restaurants

    Along with the many places that I wanted to visit while here in Boston was a visit to The Hard Rock Cafe..as we were in the city and had been to visit a few sites.I asked my friends if they could fit...

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  • 57. Harbor Islands

    We went out to one of the Boston Harbor Islands on June 6th, 2005: Georges Island. To get out to the island, one catches a ferry from Long Wharf in downtown Boston, for about $10. We were hoping to...

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  • 58. Longfellow Bridge

    the Bunker Hill Bridge, also known as the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge, was recently constructed and is part of the famous big dig in Boston that made the Central Artery (Interstate...

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  • 59. Skyline and Architecture

    Hands down, this is my favorite in downtown Boston. Who can argue with its romantic Camelotesque design? The rusticated masonry and the multi-layered arches is characteristic of the Richardsonian...

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  • 60. Symphony, Performances & Theater

    Who knew that bald, mute men painted blue could be so entertaining? This was our son's choice when we visited Boston. If you haven't seen this group, definitely go! We recommend that you sit in the...

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  • 61. TD Garden

    I really like the Garden - its a nice clean place to watch a game... and with the season this team was having there was a great crowd in attendance. Their cheerleaders/dancers are pretty good too --...

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  • 62. Salem Witch Museum

    3 out of 5 stars

    We took the subway to the Fleet Center then onto a commuter train to Salem. We saw the witch museum, the House of Seven Gables, Nathaniel Hawthornes birthplace, and did some shopping at the local...

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  • 63. St. Stephen's Church

    St. Stephen's Roman Cathoic Church sits at the opposite end of the mall backing the Old North church, an austere brick building little visited. It is apparently the only remaining church designed by a...

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  • 64. Tremont Temple

    A Greek Revival structure with external stonework reminiscent of Venice's Palazzo Ducale, the Tremont Theater, originally known as Tremont Theater, stands distinctively in Boston's busy downtown area....

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  • 65. Copp's Hill Burying Ground

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Having visited here in the dark on the Ghouls and Gravestones tour we returned to the cemetery when following the Freedom Trail. Many of the original gravestones from this cemetery are now missing as...

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  • 66. South End

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Every now and then people open the doors to their homes and/or gardens for charity. I usually jump at these opportunities. I do it not only to benefit the charity but to remind me that I really do...

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  • 67. Park Street Church

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Among the famous Christian Churches of Boston is the Park Street Church at the Corner of Park Street and Tremont Street and lies across the street from the Boston Common and beside the Granary Burying...

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  • 68. Ghosts and Gravestones tour

    When we were in Boston on Halloween we went on a tour of the Granary Burial Grounds in downtown Boston (on the Freedom trail). Costumed actors were giving "creepy" historical tours in the graveyard...

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  • 69. Dragon Boats

    Living Root Dragon Boat, a competitive Boston dragon boat club, offers year-round dragon boat training for athletic men and women! This is where you want to be, training with motivated men and women...

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  • 70. Concord

    Located adjacent to the Old North Bridge, the Old Manse has a history all its own. The property was home to to native Americans as long as 4,000 years ago. The Manse itself was built in 1770 by...

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  • 71. City Hall

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The New Boston City hall is just a stone's throw away from the old City Hall Building that was built in 1968 and on the famous brutalist style which was popular during those times (brutalist design...

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  • 72. Christopher Columbus Park

    4 out of 5 stars

    What a beautiful amazing park. The park has a well manicured garden, vine-covered archway and nice lawns and a sculpture of the park's namesake, Christopher Columbus. Its a beautiful stretch of...

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  • 73. F1 Boston - Kart Racing

    If you like speed and tight corners, this is a place for you. F1 Boston is basically an indoor kart racing facility complete with two tracks, a restaurant/lounge, gift shop, conference rooms, function...

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  • 74. Franklin Park Zoo

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    As a lifelong Jeff Corwin fan I was excited to see the Franklin Park Zoo now offers a self guided audio tour by the man himself. My kids loved playing with the ipod device and hearing all the cool...

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  • 75. Movie Tours

    This tour goes on a bus all over Boston and shows filming locations from famous movies. It was alot of fun. I would recommend it as a family friendly activity, a great way to spend a day getting to...

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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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