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  • MIT Museum The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is one of the leading educational institutes in the world, advancing technology in many fields through research and academics. MIT is the dream of all undergraduates wanting to make a career in technology or science and a degree from MIT wins respect and prestige.…
  • Boston Public Garden A trip to Boston would not be complete without swinging by the beautiful Boston Public Garden. This unique park was the first botanical garden in America, introduced by Victorians in the 19th century. When paired with the Boston Common, these two parks create the northern terminus of the Emerald Necklace,…
  • Boston’s Freedom Trail, a Place to Learn and Grow Boston Massachusetts is home to some of the most historic places in all of the United States. As a college town it is most notably seen as a tourist spot for party goers and those looking for a place to ‘enjoy’ themselves. But one would be amiss to overlook the…
  • Visiting George's Island in Boston Harbor Boston Harbor has seven islands within it, though George's Island is easily the most accessible. With a ferry providing service to the 39 acre island May thru October, its initial intent was to be a defensive fort. Called Fort Warren, it instead became a place for training troops and even…
  • Boston Duck Tours The Boston Duck Tour is a unique and exciting way to see the city from a totally new viewpoint. The DUCK itself is a World War II style amphibious land vehicle; this means that it can take you on the land and in the water. The tour begins with a…
  • Museum of Fine Arts is more than paintings and sculptures Museum of Fine Arts is more than a place to display art. It is also a place to learn how to create art and understand the minds of artists as well. Most of us think of painting, photography and sculptures when we think of museum arts, but it is so…
  • Boston’s Renowned Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum New England is picturesque and full of fascinating history, making it an ideal go-to destination for vacationing history buffs!  While visiting exciting Boston MA, don’t forget to schedule in a trip to the city’s acclaimed Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.  Home to both American works of art and pieces from abroad,…
  • Old North Church, A Magnificent Testament to United States History The Old North Church officially known as Christ Church in the City of Boston was built in 1723 when the colonies were still very young. It is located at 193 Salem Street in the north end of Boston. When it was built, the architecture was inspired by the works of…
  • Boston Common: New England’s Most Famous Central Park Boston Common is the oldest public park in the United States! The land was originally used by family farms for livestock grazing, and years later it became a British army camp during the American Revolutionary war. Boston common had seen a lot before it was given its official park status.…
  • Fenway Park The Fenway Park is being regarded as “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark”. It is located near the Kenmore Square in Boston, Massachusetts and has become the Boston Red Sox baseball team’s home ballpark since it was launched in 1912. Fenway Park is the oldest ballpark for numerous major leagues happened. It…
  • Boston’s Museum of Science A Once in a Lifetime Experience Are you taking the family on a trip to the Boston area and want to experience something new and different? Then check out the Museum of Science in Boston. The museum literally has tons of exhibits, many of which are interactive and great for the kids. The museum originally opened…
  • Arnold Arboretum – Boston Harvard University has given us a wonderful place to visit, the Arnold Arboretum. This gives you the chance to learn more about plants and to see all of the amazing things that they make possible. Even if you have little interest in plants themselves, this will be an incredible experience.…
  • Bunker Hill Monument in Boston There are various spectacular sceneries as well as tourist attractions that Boston, Massachusetts boasts. One of the most amazing tourist spots in Boston is the Bunker Hill Monument. It was made to honor the Battle of Bunker Hill. Bunker Hill Monument, obelisk granite standing at 221 feet, was built in…
  • Harvard Square The Harvard Square is a triangular area in the middle of Cambridge, Massachusetts. This is located at the intersection of John F. Kennedy Street, Massachusetts Avenue, and Brattle Street. Adjoining into the notable center of Harvard Yard and Harvard University, the Harvard Square serves as the commercial center of the…
  • Skywalk Observatory in Boston Breath taking sceneries can be found in Boston, Massachusetts. One of the most popular attractions in Boston is the Skywalk Observatory. Skywalk Observatory is now known as the Shops at Prudential Center. This spectacular landmark in Massachusetts establishment is not just a fancy mall. Skywalk Observatory provides the amazing and…
  • Newbury Street, History Combined with some of the best Shopping in the World Newbury Street was once the bottom of the harbor, literally. Up until the mid 1800’s this fabulous one mile long stretch that is now Newbury Street was a part of the Boston Harbor. The harbor was gradually filled in, starting in 1857, and was to become the Back Bay area…
  • USS Constitution Museum If you are a history buff or are just looking for something fun to do while in Boston the USS Constitution Museum is just the thing for you. It does not matter whether you are on your own or with your family there are plenty of fun and exciting and…
  • Charles River Esplanade in Boston In Massachusetts, the Charles River Esplanade is one of the breathtaking sceneries that can be found in Boston. It is a Boston owned park located in the Charles River banks in the Back Bay of the city. Alongside Charles River is the Storrow Drive. In Charles River Esplanade, you can…
  • The Christian Science Mother Church, Boston: an American take on Christianity Located in the heart of the Christian Science Plaza in Boston, The Christian Science Mother Church was founded by Mary Baker Eddy in 1879, and is the world headquarters for The Church of Christ, Scientist.  Built in the Romanesque style, the church was originally built to seat 1000 people. With…
  • Are You Visiting Beacon Hill? A trip to the Massachusetts State House and Beacon Hill is definitely one of the must-do things when visiting the East Coast of the United States. This neighborhood, which is listed as a National Historical District, is a testament to what life used to be like in the 18th and…
  • Step into America's History at Boston's Paul Revere House A master silversmith forever immortalized in Longfellow's famous poem, Paul Revere is one of the most romantic icons of the American Revolution. From 1770 to 1780, Revere and his family lived in Boston's North End, and today his restored home is open to visitors seeking a look back into our…
  • From the Ashes, a Spark: Boston's New England Holocaust Memorial Just a short detour from Boston's famous Freedom Trail is a historical monument of a completely different kind. Although you probably won't find it on your tour itinerary or map of Boston's many historic sites, the New England Holocaust Memorial is architecturally and artistically stunning ‒ and delivers an emotional…
  • Faneuil Hall is the Birthplace of American Independence The first stop to learn how America came to be should be Faneuil Hall where speakers stood on the steps to state their case long before the revolution began. Faneuil Hall was built in 1742 as a gift to the local population to provide a common meeting place. At first…
  • New England Aquarium The New England Aquarium in Boston is one of the top attractions in the city, it has recently undergone massive renovations and it offers exciting exhibits and attractions for the whole family. The aquarium's central feature is the Giant Ocean Tank which holds 200,000 US gallons of water and a…
  • Boston Children’s Museum Offers 100 years of Fun The Children’s Museum in Boston offers kids and adults 100 years of experience creating a fun learning environment that actually teaches what kids want to learn. When a group of science teachers decided to create an interesting learning environment in 1913 they gave birth to one of the most well-known…
  • Boston Harbor Islands National Park Another attraction that promotes the nature and beauty of Boston is the Boston Harbor Islands National Park. It is also called the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area located among the islands of Massachusetts, Boston Harbor. The site is composed of a collection of islands as well as a peninsula…
  • Castle Island in Boston Castle Island is another attraction and tourist destination in Boston, Massachusetts. It is located in South Boston in Boston Harbor. The Castle Island is a recreational area with 22 acres and the location of Fort Independence. Since 1634, Castle Island has been the location for fortification. It is currently connected…
  • Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum Whether you're a Boston history buff or a tourist just passing through, the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum should be on your list of attractions to see. This floating museum teaches visitors about one of the most crucial events in history that led to the American Revolution. On December…
  • Back Bay in Boston Aside from Charles River Esplanade, Back Bay is one of the famous tourist destinations in Massachusetts, Boston. It is now a recognized neighborhood of Massachusetts, Boston that is popular for its rows of homes made like Victorian Brownstones. Back Bay is also considered as one of the best preserved showcases…
  • Old State House Boston – the Gem of the Freedom Trail An essential part of the Freedom Trail, built in 1713 in the Georgian style, the Old State House does stand dwarfed amongst the skyscrapers of the financial district. But there’s lots of history packed in this small building. This is the site of the historic 1776 reading of the Declaration…
  • Harvard Natural History Museum This fascinating museum was established over 25 years ago and represents the public face of three research museums – the Museum of Comparative Zoology; Harvard University Herbaria and the Mineralogical Geological Museum. The museum aims to help the public understand the natural world and share with them the ongoing findings…
  • The John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library Boston Massachusetts was the hometown of the thirty fifth president of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy. As is the case with most US presidents, a Library was erected in Boston to celebrate the life, legacy, and memory of John F. Kennedy and has now become one of the best…

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Visiting George's Island in Boston Harbor

Boston Harbor has seven islands within it, though George's Island is easily the most accessible. With a ferry providing service to the…

Boston’s Museum of Science A Once in a Lifetime Experience

Are you taking the family on a trip to the Boston area and want to experience something new and different? Then check…

Boston Duck Tours

The Boston Duck Tour is a unique and exciting way to see the city from a totally new viewpoint. The DUCK itself…

Arnold Arboretum – Boston

Harvard University has given us a wonderful place to visit, the Arnold Arboretum. This gives you the chance to learn more about…

Skywalk Observatory in Boston

Breath taking sceneries can be found in Boston, Massachusetts. One of the most popular attractions in Boston is the Skywalk Observatory. Skywalk…

Faneuil Hall is the Birthplace of American Independence

The first stop to learn how America came to be should be Faneuil Hall where speakers stood on the steps to state…

Boston Children’s Museum Offers 100 years of Fun

The Children’s Museum in Boston offers kids and adults 100 years of experience creating a fun learning environment that actually teaches what…

Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

Whether you're a Boston history buff or a tourist just passing through, the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum should be on…

Back Bay in Boston

Aside from Charles River Esplanade, Back Bay is one of the famous tourist destinations in Massachusetts, Boston. It is now a recognized…

Boston Public Garden

A trip to Boston would not be complete without swinging by the beautiful Boston Public Garden. This unique park was the first…

Boston Common: New England’s Most Famous Central Park

Boston Common is the oldest public park in the United States! The land was originally used by family farms for livestock grazing,…

Harvard Natural History Museum

This fascinating museum was established over 25 years ago and represents the public face of three research museums – the Museum of…