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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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Boston Trolley Tour Buses

being a historic and touristy City, there are various Boston Trolley Buses plying routes around the boston area and beyond like Cambridge, this trolley tours are different from the regular big bus...
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Boston T Subway

there are two ways of going to cambridge from boston if you don't want to rent a car and drive or if you don't have local friends who will show ou around, the more touristy will be via the assorted...
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The T

I think the T in Boston is one of the easiest public transportation systems to get around on (even if it's not the most efficient). All of the lines are known by color (red, green, orange, etc.) so...
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Hourly Parking Garages in Harvard Square Area

Parking around Harvard is quite limited, so it is wise to use the "T" (Boston's subway) when visiting. Take the Red line & get off on Harvard Square. If you do decide to bring a car during your visit,...
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From Boston to Cambridge on the "T"

The easiest way to get to Cambridge from downtown Boston is to ride the "T". Harvard Station in Cambridge is located on the red line, and it is smack in the middle of Harvard Square. To get on a red...
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THE KENDALL SQUARE STATION

FOR 50 YEARS OR MORE, I have heard the Kingston Trio sing about the Kendall Square Station in their famous song "Get Poor Charlie off the MTA." Well, here it is.The subway (called the "T") does run...
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Driving - and lack of parking - in Cambridge

Driving, and more specifically parking, can be hellish in Cambridge - especially around Harvard Square. Parking is at a premium here: sometimes the pay lots are full (especially the small one on...
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The T

Just like in Boston, the T is a great way to get around Cambridge. With stops at all the major squares (Porter, Harvard, Central, and Kendall), the Red Line will quickly get you from Somerville or...
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The T (Massachusetts Bay Transporation Authority)

The 'T' is the nickname of the Subway system in Cambridge and Boston. It's a part of the Massachusetts Bay Transporation Authority, which is also responsible for the bus system.Everyone told us that...
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Bus

The bus, also run by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), is even cheaper than the subway, with crosstown routes starting at just 90 cents! You pay when you board the bus with cash...
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Take the "T"

Jump on the subway if you're looking to get around Cambridge or if you're heading into Boston. Most rides are just $1.25. Last time I was there, I took the subway from Kendall Square to the airport...
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take the "T"!

The "T" is Boston-speak for the local subway network. Here in Cambridge, there are two subway lines of note: the Green Line, touching down in east Cambridge at the Lechmere station, and the Red Line,...
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TAKING THE T OR DRIVE

The best way to get around is by subway or car. Driving is the fastest way but finding parking in Cambridge can be difficult depending on where you are (esp if you are going to Harvard Square). If you...
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Parking and traffic are tough...

Parking and traffic are tough in Cambridge, so your best bet is to take the Red Line T (subway) from Boston or from Alewife (at the northwest edge of Cambridge on Rt. 2), which has a big parking lot....
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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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16 Garden St, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 02138, 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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