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Founded in 1630 by English colonists, Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States. A popular destination for European immigrants and a strategic harbor and military encampment during the American Revolution and the War of 1812, and was the center of the abolitionist movement that fueled the Civil War. Today, Boston's well-preserved history is on display along the Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile walk through 16 of the United States' most historic sites. With three championship sports franchises, a world-renowned marathon, a thriving club scene and the Boston Pops Orchestra, Boston offers something for everyone.

What to Do in Boston

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Arnold Arboretum
The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University was founded in 1872 with its landscape designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. It is a public park and research institution...
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Beantown Trolley Tours of Boston
The Beantown Trolley Tours is a great way to celebrate the rich history of Boston. The fascinating trolley tour is a 90 minute fully narrated ride to the...
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Boston Bruins
The Boston Bruins is an Ice Hockey team that plays in the National Hockey League of the Eastern Conference, Northeast Division. The hockey team has been...
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Boston Celtics
The Boston Celtics is a professional basketball team that plays in the National Basketball League in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. The...
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Boston Childrens Museum
The Boston Children’s Museum was established by the Science Teachers’ Bureau in 1913. It is one of the longest running and finest Children’s Museum worldwide....
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Your price: $28
Boston Common
The Boston Common is a public park which was established in 1634 and considered to be the oldest city park in the USA. It has a land area of 50 acres with...
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Boston Duck Tours
The Boston Duck Tours is a private company owned and managed by Seaweed Incorporated. It offers historical tours in the city of Boston with its amphibian...
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Boston Harbor Cruises
The Boston Harbor Cruises was established in 1926 by Matthew Hughes. Today, it is the largest privately operated passenger vessel company in the USA. It...
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Boston Paintball
The Boston Paintball was established in 1992. Its first location was a warehouse near the Old Boston Garden. The Boston Paintball location has been transferred...
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Boston Red Sox
The Boston Red Sox is a professional team of baseball that plays in the Major League Baseball in the American League Eastern Division. The baseball team...
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Boston Symphony Orchestra
The Boston Symphony Orchestra was established by Henry Lee Higginson in 1881. The noted conductor and baritone, George Henschel was the first conductor...
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Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum
The Boston Tea Party Ship & Museum is a floating museum that will take you on a journey in the past to discover the important facts of the American History,...
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Your price: $212
Boston University
The Boston University is frequently called BU. It’s considered to be one of the biggest private research universities in the USA . The University offers...
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Charles River Boat Co.
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Childs Gallery
The Childs Gallery was founded in 1937 and located on Newsbury Street in Back Bay, Boston. It is considered to have one of the largest collection of artworks...
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Community Boating
The Community Boating was established in 1946 operating privately as a nonprofit corporation. It is considered the longest running community sailing program...
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Concord Museum
The Concord Museum was established in 1886. It is a history museum well noted for its artifact collection from Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson....
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Your price: $46
DeCordova is a sculpture park and museum founded in 1950. It is the largest sculpture park with an area of 35 acres. The main focus of DeCordova is modern...
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Your price: $48
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
The Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a festival marketplace where 3 granite buildings that comprises the South Market, Quincy Market and North Market. The Faneuil...
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Fuller Craft Museum
The Fuller Craft Museum was established in 1946. The museum showcases contemporary art crafts with different styles and movements. It is New England’s...
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Your price: $36
Gore Place
The Gore Place is a historic mansion constructed in 1806. The mansion was created for the politician and lawyer, Christopher Gore as his summer home. The...
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Harvard University
The Harvard University was established in 1636 making it the longest running higher education institution in the USA. It was originally called the “New...
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Huntington Theatre Company
The Huntington Theatre Company was established by the Boston University in 1982 and was incorporated in 1986 as a nonprofit professional theater. It was...
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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum was founded in 1903. The museum was named after its founder who was a patron of the arts, philanthropist and art collector....
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Your price: $40
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum
The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library & Museum is devoted to the legacy, leadership and life of the thirty-fifth president of the USA. It lies in a...
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Your price: $44
Kings Chapel
The King’s Chapel was established in 1686 by Sir Edmund Andros as New England’s foremost Anglican Church during King James II’s reign. It is housed in...
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Mahi Mahi Harbor Cruises & Events
Its history started when Will Nicole began operating in 2006 the former Mahi Mahi Cruises & Charters at the Salem Willows Park. The cruise business grew...
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Mass Bay Lines
The Massachusetts Bay Lines is a family owned business that has been operating for over 48 years now. It operates from 60 Rowes Wharf, just behind the...
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology was established in 1861 as the answer to the growing industrialization of the USA. Its main focus is with engineering,...
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Massachusetts State House
The Massachusetts State House is the home of the government of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It is situated in the neighborhood of Beacon Hill. It...
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Merrimack College Student Involvement
The Merrimack College is a private college that operates in the Catholic, Augustinian Tradition. It offers undergraduate degrees and Master’s programs....
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Museum of African American History
The Museum of African American History is a nonprofit history institution which had its first exhibition in 1963. It is the largest museum in New England....
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Your price: $10
Museum of Fine Arts
The Museum of Fine Arts initially opened in July 4, 1876. It started with 5,600 artworks with its first location the Copley Square. It was 1999 when it...
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Your price: $96
Museum of Science
The Museum of Science was established in 1830 by a group of people have common scientific interests and would like to share them. The museum is located...
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New England Aquarium
In 1962, the plan for the New England began to be principally designed by Peter Chermayeff of Cambridge Seven Associates. The facility opened its doors...
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Your price: $35.9
Odysseys Unlimited
The Odysseys Unlimited is the premier small group travel company that provides affordable and high quality service. The travel company started with serving...
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Old South Meeting House
The Old South Meeting House was constructed in 1729. It is located at the heart of downtown Boston on the Crossing area. The Meeting House has served as...
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Your price: $22
Old State House Museum
The Old State House Museum was constructed in 1713 and is considered the oldest standing public building in Boston. It is a history museum located at the...
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Your price: $27
Old Town Trolley Tours of Boston
The Old Town Trolley Tours of Boston has been operating since 1984. For many years the Old Town Trolley has been serving the best sightseeing tour in Boston,...
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Orpheum Theatre
The Orpheum Theatre was constructed in 1852 and was previously named as the Boston Music Hall. It is considered to be one of the longest running theaters...
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Peabody Essex Museum
Experience art and culture from New England and around the world. Our collections showcase unrivaled New England art, architecture and maritime art, plus...
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Your price: $78
Photo Walks is the first photo tour company in Boston. It is a guided walking tour with narratives and commentaries with tips on photography. The Photo...
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Salem Witch Museum
Tweeting from the Salem Witch Museum, historic Salems most visited museum!...
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Your price: $18
Seaport World Trade Center
The Seaport World Trad Center and the Seaport Hotel are situated on the Boston Waterfront, also called the Commonwealth Pier, in the Seaport District....
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Skywalk Observatory
The Skywalk Observatory is on the 50th floor of the Prudential Tower. It is the only observatory in New England that offer 360 degrees fascinating view...
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Swan Boats
The Swan Boats are pleasure boats that provide a unique Boston experience operating in the first botanical garden in the USA, the Public Garden. The concept...
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The Franklin Park Zoo
The Franklin Park Zoo opened its doors on October 4, 1912. Its original landscape architect was Frederick Law Olmsted. The Zoo park has a land area of...
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Your price: $34
The Freedom Trail Foundation
The Freedom Trail is a walkway path going to the sixteen various historical sites in Boston. The trail distance is 2.5 miles from Boston Common going to...
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The Institute of Contemporary Art was established in 1936 and was originally named as the Boston Museum of Modern Art. It has moved its galleries for more...
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Your price: $76
The Mary Baker Eddy Library
The Mary Baker Eddy Library is a world class museum and library that opened in 2002. The institution is dedicated to the life, achievements and ideas of...
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Your price: $20
The New England Holocaust Memorial
The New England Holocaust Memorial is dedicated to those whose lives were lost because of the Holocaust. The memorial was dedicated in 1995 and was designed...
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The Nichols House Museum
The Nichols House Museum was constructed in 1804 by Jonathan Mason and was designed by Charles Bulfinch. The museum was named after the pacifist, suffragist...
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Your price: $16
The Old North Church
The Old North Church was constructed in 1723, derived its inspiration from the works of Christopher Wren. It is considered to be the oldest active church...
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The Paul Revere House
The Paul Revere House was constructed around 1680. It was named after the American Patriot, Paul Revere, who had ownership of the house during the time...
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Your price: $19
USS Constitution Museum
The USS Constitution Museum is a privately operated nonprofit museum. The museum serves as a tool to remember the USS Constitution and also an educational...
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