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  • 1

    Fenway Park

    91 reviews

    As a place, interesting for sure. As a event space, really a great slice of local culture. Not so sure I'd want to visit if there wasn't a game on (unless for one of the rare concerts :) )

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  • 2

    Boston Common

    85 reviews

    Boston common great place to see a lot of people quiet beautiful park to go sit in and relax on a beautiful evening

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  • 3

    Freedom Trail

    63 reviews

    As a kid, the Freedom Trail just seemed like another "museum stop" that my dad would drag me to, but as an adult I've come to appreciate the unique way it educates people about Boston. The 2.5 mile red trail leads you to roughly 16 different historic sites downtown, and can be self-guided or led by a tour guide (often ...

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  • 4

    Newbury Street

    50 reviews

    Long street with a lot of sights, great shopping areas and restaurants. It's in the Back Bay area of Boston,

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  • 5

    New England Aquarium

    45 reviews

    I'm not really a fan of aquariums per se, but this one is very impressive and I think more thoughtfully curated than most. Lots of exhibits for kids and teens.

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  • 6

    Museum of Fine Arts

    38 reviews

    My favorite spot to escape to - solo. The MFA has just the right atmosphere for an art museum. A good collection of art that can be browsed and occupy the day, not crowded and quiet, there are many local artists who comes to the MFA to study and create their own art. The museum organizes plenty of family and ...

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  • 7

    Faneuil Hall Marketplace

    48 reviews

    Love the food options and the historic vibe of this marketplace. Faneuil Hall is a fun place to try all of Boston's local delicacies, from lobster rolls to pastries. The historic building was once a meeting hall for old Bostonians.

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  • 8

    USS Constitution Museum

    39 reviews

    Now this is a ship! The USS Constitution is still a commissioned naval vessel. It's also a piece of American history with an interesting story and a tourist stop with tons of photo-ops.

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  • 9

    North End

    37 reviews

    The North End is where you'll find great Italian restaurants and cute cafes serving delicious espresso and desserts. Some of my favorite go-to spots are Ducali (great pizzas), Al Dente (I love their pumpkin ravioli in the fall), and Beneventos (wonderful classic Italian dishes). Of course, don't miss Mike's Pastry for cannolis, either!

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  • 10

    Public Garden

    32 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

    We get a membership every year. I have two boys, one with ASD and this has been a favorite of his since he was two. His brain soaks this place up and there is room to run when that's what he needs. They are always changing and keep things fresh for us.

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  • 12

    Faneuil Hall

    34 reviews

    It might not look like much, but there's so much history made inside this hall that if you're by Quincy Market you should definitely drop in. Park rangers are there to give hourly presentations on the hall's history.

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  • 13

    Boston Duck Tours

    24 reviews

    "Quack, Quack!" There is a reason why this is on the to-do list of many Boston tourist. After living in Boston for so many years, I finally went on one. The amphibious vehicle (ducks) from WWII along with a hilariously funny and outgoing tour guide takes you through the historical parts, modern parts, sport parts of the heart of Boston. ...

    Popular withFamiliesLocalHistory
  • 14

    TD Banknorth Garden

    21 reviews

    Best hockey team in NHL play here . I bleed black and gold

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  • 15

    The Boston Public Library

    23 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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  • 16

    Old North Church

    24 reviews

    This historic church was made famous by Paul Revere, and his house is actually located nearby. Beautiful building in a great part of the city.

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  • 17

    Charles River Esplanade

    21 reviews

    I love love love the Charles RIver Esplanade. It is a fitness nut's paradise, with beautiful riverside paths perfect for walking, running, biking and roller blading. And there's even a section reserved for strength training with a cushioned area for stretching and yoga, pull-up bars, and various other equipment for achieving the perfect pushup or sit-up. The views of the ...

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  • 18

    Skywalk Observatory

    22 reviews

    So you have a god complex? Just looking for a way to look down on almost everyone else whether they know it or not? Just like to have a great time equal on level to the local police ghetto birds? Well this is where you need to go. Sweeping vistas are all around. I can only imagine the views at ...

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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

    The Old State House was built in 1713 and served as the seat of colonial government in Massachusetts until 1776. The building has been restored and is maintained by the Bostonian Society. It is open to the public and features a fabulous museum that is a must place to visit if you are interested in colonial and Revolutionary War history.

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