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  • 1

    Fenway Park

    89 reviews

    One of the most historic ballparks still around! Red Sox games are always fun, and there are a ton a sports bars right near the park if you can't get a ticket to the game.

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  • 2

    Boston Common

    85 reviews

    Right in downtown Boston, very magical in the fall especially around the time of the Pumpkin festival. Boston is a city you really only want to be in during certain weather seasons (IE not the winter) but late spring & early fall is wonderful.

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  • 3

    Freedom Trail

    61 reviews

    The freedom trail is an historical sight I have always enjoyed as a young child taking field trips with my class. l would definitely walk it again with my family.

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  • 4

    Newbury Street

    49 reviews

    Newbury Street is a great shopping district in the Back Bay area of Boston. It's easily accessible by the green line T and bus, and it's walkable from Boston Common and the Public Garden. Most stores on this street are higher-end, so I do a lot of window shopping when I'm there. But there are some more affordable options as ...

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  • 5

    New England Aquarium

    44 reviews

    The New England Aquarium is a great place for any Boston visitor. They have an amazing array of penguins, a brand new Sea Lion and Fur Seal exhibit in the back and the largest Ray and Shark touch tank on the East Coast with tons of rays and cute little sharks. The new shark and ray touch tank is an ...

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  • 6

    Museum of Fine Arts

    38 reviews

    The museums may be the very best thing about America's great cities, and Boston's MFA is a particularly fine example. With a rotunda painted by no less eminent an artist than John Singer Sargent, the building is fantastic and the breadth and depth of the collection are stunning. If you've got time, it's worth paying the museum more than one ...

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  • 7

    USS Constitution Museum

    39 reviews

    We got to the USS Constitution a little too late to join the last tour, but the museum was still open. Admission is donations only. They have an exhibit with model ships people built, which are just amazing! They are very detailed and impressive. Kids would have fun upstairs experiencing what it would be like to scrub the floors of ...

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  • 8

    Faneuil Hall Marketplace

    47 reviews

    I'm taking off a star, since this is maybe one of the most crowded, touristy spots on the planet, but I'd be lying if I said I didn't have a good time when I come to Faneuil Hall. There energy there is off the charts. And while the place is crawling with vendors trying to make a buck, I find ...

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  • 9

    North End

    35 reviews

    This neighborhood of Boston is the city's oldest residential community. Here you'll find "little Italy" and Paul Reveres House.

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  • 10

    Public Garden

    32 reviews

    Walk around or sit under hundred plus year old trees. Ride the world famous Swan Boats, or join mother duck and her ducklings make their way through this beautiful garden.

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  • 11

    Faneuil Hall

    34 reviews

    MAY I HAVE YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE: THIS IS A TOURIST TRAP! That being said, its exactly what you would expect for a touristy kinda spot. A lot of ridiculous souvenir shops, a few regular retail outlets, a number of restaurants, street performers, etc etc etc. It is a great place to relax a little bit during the summer as well. ...

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  • 12

    Museum of Science

    29 reviews

    The museum of science in Boston deserves its stellar reputation. They put on great special exhibitions and have loads of interactive activities. It's perfect for bringing kids.

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  • 13

    Boston Duck Tours

    23 reviews

    I didn't realise that I would have sooooo much fun with this tour! Its not only for the kids. As a matter of fact there were more adults during the tour :) I had wanted so much to volunteer to drive the "amphibian" but to shy to volunteer. The driver who guided us even sounded like a duck "quack"

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  • 14

    TD Banknorth Garden

    21 reviews

    Come here for a Bruins or Celtics game! Great arena and always an enjoyable experience.

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  • 15

    Old North Church

    23 reviews

    This colonial church was very insightful. I hadnt been in one like this before.It is set up in a completely different style than I had been used to. However, it was extremely common for its time. It was very interesting to see how the pews were set up by family boxes and non members were not really welcomed as they ...

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  • 16

    The Boston Public Library

    22 reviews

    Wandering around the Boston Library was perfect after trying to brave the city in a massive rain storm. You can't help but find yourself fully entranced by the different exhibits at one end or the incredible architecture.Need a place for a picnic? Try the court yard in the center.

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  • 17

    Skywalk Observatory

    22 reviews

    Fantastic views of Boston. Well presented and interesting facts about the view you are looking at.

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  • 18

    Charles River Esplanade

    20 reviews

    Boston's Esplanade is considered to be one of the finest waterfront parks in the United States. It's a great place to take a walk, picnic, jog, or bike. The Esplanade extends for 3.5 miles along the banks of the Charles River, now the cleanest urban river in the country.

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  • 19

    Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

    20 reviews

    Beautiful museum with a gorgeous Venetian style courtyard. The Gardner museum its one of the small great repository of art. All of the exhibition rooms face the inner courtyard. It doesn't matter if you're on the ground floor or top floor. Make sure to check out the Singer Sargent and the Titian.

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  • 20

    Old State House

    22 reviews

    In front of the Old State House is where the historic Boston Massacre occurred on March 5th, 1770.

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