Are you planning a trip to Boston any time soon? Or maybe you live in Boston, but you have never taken the time to explore your city and all it has to offer. Whichever the case, below I’ve come up with the best places to visit while in the great city of Boston!
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Built in 1680, this is the oldest house in downtown Boston. It’s filled with many of the Revere family antiques as well as others. A perfect place for history bluffs!
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Enjoy the parks and waterways of Boston up close. Amble through Boston Common, the Public Garden, and Charles River Esplanade. Be ready for some spectacular views!
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An awesome historical neighborhood, you will enjoy historical landmarks like the Old North Church built in 1723. But what truly makes the neighbothood so unique is the nearly 100 eateries, bakeries, and delicatessens available in the area. Boston’s Itallian friends live here. Oh Mama Mia!
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The world’s oldest commissioned warship still afloat is available for tours. This is one of the original U.S. Navy frigates. Another trip you history buffs will not want to miss.
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Boston’s Irish heritage is evident in this walking tour. You will visit 20 landmarks that honor the Irish past, including Fenway Park. Be sure and stop by an Irish Pub and enjoy some shepherd’s pie.
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If you are an art lover and enthusiast, you will enjoy two art museums in the area: Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts. Modern art, classic art, and early American art is all there for you to admire.
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There are over 18 million visitors here every year. Enjoy the 3 restored buildings filled with all kinds of vendors, artists, food galleries, everything you need! Street performers will entertain as you wonder around all the stalls.
Did I miss an attraction in Boston? What was it?
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