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  • 1

    Fenway Park

    91 reviews

    Home of the Red Sox!! Almost enough said. Truly, it's expensive, but then so are they all and it is a great day out of if you have any enthusiasm at all for baseball.

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  • 2

    Boston Common

    86 reviews

    Best spot to relax in Boston! The park is a sanctuary and absolutely beautiful in the summer. It's sizable with plenty of places to picnic, have some casual fun with the family, and read. Entertainment, shopping and good food are just minutes away with the theater district, North End, Chinatown. Shakespear on the Commons (free) during the summer days is ...

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  • 3

    Freedom Trail

    64 reviews

    Great way to see all of the historic sights of Boston, and get your exercise at the same time! Bring a guidebook to understand all of the buildings you'll pass on the way.

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  • 4

    Newbury Street

    52 reviews

    Newbury Street is Boston's bullseye for shopping. Whether on the strip itself or on the surrounding blocks, you're sure to find nearly every big name in casual or luxury retail nestled in around Newbury. Salons, galleries, cafes and restaurants fill in the gaps between boutiques. If you're looking for a place to be fancy for the afternoon, look no further.

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  • 5

    New England Aquarium

    46 reviews

    This aquarium has a fantastic set up - the center of the building is comprised of a huge fish tank, which you get to walk up or down via a winding spiral ramp as you check out all the aquatic life (including sharks and the occasional sea turtle) swimming around. Get to the top of the tank and watch the ...

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  • 6

    Museum of Fine Arts

    39 reviews

    There are so many things in the MFA, and with the new Art of the Americas wing, there is so much space, a guide is needed to get the most out of a visit. Our docent from Context Travel was excellent and able to cover the range of highlights of the collection including brief stops at the Japanese and ancient ...

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  • 7

    Faneuil Hall Marketplace

    48 reviews

    Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a fun place to shop. There are a variety of stores from high fashion (Urban outfitter, Victoria's Secret) to novelty (Newbury comics), all the stores are individually accessed from the outside (South and North markets). Many merchants also set up their stands in this popular tourist spot. The concentration of fooderies and restaurants are inside Quincy ...

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  • 8

    USS Constitution Museum

    39 reviews

    This is part of the National Park Service’s park unit. Its a floating ship that is not accessible but can be view from the docks or if you take a harbor cruise can be seen from the water. Still must attraction.

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  • 9

    North End

    37 reviews

    This is Boston's oldest neighborhood and it is Italian. Walk this historic area with it's wonderful restaurants and cobblestone streets (wear good walking shoes).

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  • 10

    Public Garden

    34 reviews

    The rich history of Boston creates an urban aura of deeply rooted pride in native Bostonians as well as the city's visiting tourists. These gardens are sanctuaries in the midst of the surrounding buzz of city chaos. Truly a beautiful, serene spot to go to either with company or on your own. A wonderful spot to reflect and turn inwards, ...

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  • 11

    Museum of Science

    30 reviews

    Want to entertain the kids for a whole day and not spend a fortune, this is the place to be! With tons of interactive exhibits it is sure to be a crowd pleaser. Make sure to check out the giant piano on the floor!

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  • 12

    Faneuil Hall

    34 reviews

    Really cool on the inside, but I was there for a ceremony and possibly in a part not usually open to the public. Worth checking out if you like historical buildings.

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  • 13

    Boston Duck Tours

    25 reviews

    The original duck boat tour. Really a great way to see Boston for a first timer. Kids and adults enjoy this. The people who run the tours are awesome!

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  • 14

    TD Banknorth Garden

    21 reviews

    Become a super fan and cheer on the Bruins, Celtics, rocks concerts, or the circus at this great city venue.

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  • 15

    The Boston Public Library

    23 reviews

    This is an incredible library, but not just for its book collection. The architecture is magnificent, and the interior is gorgeous.

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  • 16

    Old North Church

    24 reviews

    Remember the Longfellow poem that people of a certain age had to memorise in school? This is the place where the lanterns were put out for him. For some the beginning of the American Revolution.

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  • 17

    Charles River Esplanade

    22 reviews

    Beautiful place, to run, cycle, walk...It is a place everybody goes. Moms and kids, students, seniors, executives...Charles River is the spirit of Boston.

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  • 18

    Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

    21 reviews

    Now this is a curiosity: an old house was turned into a museum on the condition that no one was allowed to change anything about it. From this, all one can surmise is that Ms. Gardner was perhaps the most eclectic collector and traveller this side of the Rio Grande. Beautiful, with art of all varieties (good, bad, high, low), ...

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  • 19

    Skywalk Observatory

    22 reviews

    Одно из самых высоких зданий в городе. На верхних этажах - отличная смотровая площадка. Замечательная панорама города!!! 360 градусов. Все как на ладони. Лучше всего посещать вечером перед закатом, чтобы была возможность посмотреть на город и в лучах дневного солнца и в огнях ночной подсветки.

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  • 20

    Old State House

    22 reviews

    I'm surprised there aren't more reviews of this place. I stayed in the Ames which was right next to the Old State house and I passed by it for four days without even bothering to look inside but just to go into the subway station or check out the store. On my last day I had some free time and ...

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