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Go Boston Card
"Choose free entry to over 40 unique attractions and tours in Boston and its surrounds then let your Go Boston Card do the rest. You'll receive discounts and special offers on shopping dining and activities plus a 69-page guidebook to help you plan your Boston vacation. The Go Boston Card leaves you in control allowing you to have the best customized experience possible. The Go Boston Card is available for one two
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Harvard Museum of Natural History Admission
"The Harvard Museums of Science & Culture are windows into the extraordinary collections and research at Harvard University. Your ticket to the Harvard Museum of Natural History includes admission to the connected Peabody Museum of Archaeology & E where you can explore the 10000-year cultural history of six continents across eight galleries in one of the world's most important anthropology museums. At the Harvard Museum of Natural History visitors can admire Harvard's famed Ware Collection of Glass Models of Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka before they crafted the Glass Flowers. See the world's only mounted specimen of the 42-foot-long Kronosaurus a marine reptile with teeth the size of bananas as well as a Triceratops skull
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Full Day City Tour of Boston and Cambridge
"Your tour starts in Quincy or Boston and heads out to Cambridge home to two of world-renowned universities---Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). At Harvard University you’ll visit Memorial Church Memorial Hall and Harvard Yard (where the Status of Lies is located) to embrace the history and atmosphere of the nation’s oldest institution of higher education.  After a short bus ride your tour will arrive at MIT campus where modern architecture combines with old world and passion for technological advancement nurtures.Your tour continues on to the heart of the Boston to see the Trinity Church and the Massachusetts State House
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More Off The Beaten Path in Cambridge

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Picnic at the Fresh Pond

Fresh Pond is Cambridge's fresh water reservoir. You can't swim here, but you can certainly picnic, and walk around the pond. There's a recreation area for kids, and even a golf course here.Try...
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Mount Auburn Cemetery

Mount Auburn Cemetery is a beautiful cemetery/park in Cambridge near the Fresh Pond Reservoir. It's about a 25-minute walk from Harvard Square down Brattle Street, which is lined with beautiful old...
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Tufts University

Another good university with a beautiful campus in the Boston area. It is actually located in Medford, very close to Cambridge. Can be reached by the Red subway line. Take the "T" to the "Davis"...
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Mary Baker Eddy memorial

By the shore of Lake Halcyon lake in Mount Auburn cemetery is the memorial to Mary Baker Eddy, founder of the Christian Science church. The white marble monument consists of 8 fluted Corinthian...
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THE HARVARD MUSEUMS

Alot of people go to Harvard Square & visit Harvard Yard & browse among the many shops in the square. However, alot of people miss some of the most interesting museums in that area. Go & visit the...
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The Bunker Hill Pavilion is in...

The Bunker Hill Pavilion is in a park in Charlestown, the neighboring community east of Cambridge. You'll also find the Charlestown Naval Yard which contains the famous USS Enterprise naval vessel...
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Central Square is the place to...

Central Square is the place to go to meet people who live in Cambridge. It has the coolest cafe (the 1369, which is at 757 Mass. Ave), some of the best restaurants, and a more urban feel and diverse...
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This is a picture of the...

This is a picture of the Harvard Lampoon building. There's a Pinto stationwagon parked in front. Those were the cars that caught on fire when rear-ended. You don't see many of them on the roads these...
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If you go to Cambridge during...

If you go to Cambridge during the winter time, go around the city and enjoy the beautiful houses with the snow!
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More pictures of M.I.T. in my...

More pictures of M.I.T. in my travelogues! I think I'll put the sculptures of MIT in their own travelogue ... I think they're unique!
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Top Hotels in Cambridge

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350 Main Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02142, United States
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25 Edwin H. Land Blvd, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02141, United States
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1 Bennett St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138, United States
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40 Edwin Land Blvd, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02141, United States
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6 Cambridge Center, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02142, United States
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2 Cambridge Center, (Broadway & 3rd Street), Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02142, United States
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Things to Do Near Cambridge

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Smaller in scale than the Big Sail, Transparent Horizon by Louise Nevelson, is another noteworthy sculpture. Made of corten steel, and clearly abstract in its composition, it is worth a few minutes of...
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Kenmore Square

The CITGO sign, which blazes its neon advertisement high above Kenmore Square, has become a beloved, if obscure, local landmark. It is a welcome sign, too, for the runners of the Boston Marathon, for...
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Museum of Science

The science museum in Boston is an excellent place to indulge your inner geek! It's huge and you could easily spend all day in there. The main halls of the museum cover loads of different aspects of...
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Back Bay

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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Charles River

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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Fenway Park

One of the most classic baseball parks in the United States is historic Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox. Built in 1912, it was originally slated to be demolished and replaced by a new park in...
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Top 5 Cambridge Writers

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rwlittle

"Missing Cambridge..."
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Jefie

"You go for Harvard, you stay for Cambridge!"
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sarahandgareth

"Cambridge: The other side of the Charles"
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SullyBiz

"Go with the Red"
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shohman

"Harvard and much more"
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