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  • 1

    Fenway Park

    4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA 02215-3409
    89 reviews

    Even if you despise the Red Sox, you have to take in a game at Fenway if you are there in season and they are playing. The whole experience is unique even if you've been to other ballparks. Whether you enter on Yawkey Way or Lansdowne Street, you will experience local flavor. When you enter, you are stepping into history. ...

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  • 2

    Boston Common

    Tremont Street and Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116
    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

    99 Chauncy St., Boston, MA 02111
    61 reviews

    The Freedom Trail takes you the downtown part of the oldest part of the downtown area. Talks about the different event that had happen in leading up to the American Revolution. Disability access is provide with some curb cut problems. Disability Parking is non-existence to a point of just on street parking. You will need about 1 1/2 to 2 ...

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  • 4

    Newbury Street

    8 Newbury Street, Boston, MA, United States
    49 reviews

    Metro Boston's premiere shopping street, Newbury is a place that you were going to go anyways (everyone does), but even with the crowds, trash, and tourist hokum, it's still a great place to shop, dine, have a drink or - best of all - people watch. Watch out for the duck boats!

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  • 5

    New England Aquarium

    1 Central Wharf, Boston, MA
    44 reviews

    Decent aquarium. The interior of the architecture is novel and interesting. The stairs are arranged in a spiral around a clear pillar tank with all sorts of sea life from Sharps to Sea turtles. The penguin community that lives on the first floor are absolutely adorable, they are extremely active and a joy to watch. There is an IMAX theater ...

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    Museum of Fine Arts

    465 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA
    38 reviews

    One of several top museums in Boston, the Museum of Fine Arts is a world class art museum. Spend a couple of hours seeing the highlights or spend the entire day. The collection is impressive.

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  • 7

    USS Constitution Museum

    24 5th St, Charlestown, MA, United States
    39 reviews

    Remember this as a kid. The ship is amazing. The twin is in Baltimore. The museum is newish though and very impressive, especially for teens and even younger kids.

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  • 8

    Faneuil Hall Marketplace

    4 South Market Building, 5th Floor, Boston, MA 02129
    47 reviews

    This area really comes alive at night, when the street performers come out and the restaurants and shops fill up.

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  • 9

    North End

    Hanover Street and Prince Street, Boston, MA 02113
    35 reviews

    The whole week we stayed in Boston, we ended up at North end for the food almost every other day. North end is a popular tourist location with amazing Italian food and sweets. Regina pizza and Neptune oysters were my favorite. My boyfriend loved this one small Italian place across from Mike pastry. Long line and wait but it was ...

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  • 10

    Public Garden

    Arlington Street and Boylston Street, Boston, MA 02116
    32 reviews

    Просто замечательные утки! Почти что ручные. Едят с рук. Парк небольшой, но очень освежает!

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  • 11

    Faneuil Hall

    1 Faneuil Hall Sq,, Boston, MA 02109-1632
    34 reviews

    Faneuil Hall is meeting place that dates back before the days of the American revolution in trade and commerce has taken place.

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  • 12

    Museum of Science

    1 Museum Of Science Driveway, Boston, Massachusetts, United States
    29 reviews

    This museum is fascinating for young (and not so young) kids. The exhibits are interactive and incredibly diverse. Truly something here for everyone.

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  • 13

    TD Banknorth Garden

    100 Legends Way, Boston, MA 02114-1302
    21 reviews

    Scream and pound your chest just like KG, but in a place where it's actually socially acceptable. It's not the old Boston Garden, but the new stadium still provides a venue for rabid fans to berate the refs from the upper sections. The lower section is much more civilized, but what fun is that?

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  • 14

    Boston Duck Tours

    1 Science Park, Boston, MA, United States
    23 reviews

    A fantastic and unique way to get oriented with the city: you'll be driven around in an amphibious vehicle, seeing some of the best and most notable sights of Boston on land and in the water. It's a memorable experience (especially for first-timers) to seamlessly sail right into the Charles River without changing vehicles.

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  • 15

    Old North Church

    193 Salem Street, Boston, MA, United States
    23 reviews

    The Old North Church is the oldest standing church and the second oldest building in Boston was opened in December of 1729. The church was immortalized during the American Revolution when Paul Revere asked the church rector to place one lantern in the steeple if the Brits were attacking by land, or two lanterns if they were attacking by land. ...

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  • 16

    The Boston Public Library

    700 Boylston Street, Boston, MA, United States
    22 reviews

    Parking: Street meter along Bolyston Street. Parking: Street meter along Bolyston Street. Pro-tip: Take the t. The front facade reminds me of NYC. I like the lions. This place is free. It has a great hidden courtyard. I wish I had spent more time here. I did not have time to explore nor for the free tour. Overall: I would ...

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  • 17

    Skywalk Observatory

    800 Boylston St, Boston, MA, United States
    22 reviews

    I was waiting for this to be like the Seattle Space Needle, or maybe the Hancock Tower after you've visited the Sears Tower. Basically I was expecting little good views, especially on a day where it had been raining for most of the day and I was not holding my breath for a clear view despite it only being 50 ...

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  • 18

    Charles River Esplanade

    Storrow Drive, Boston, MA 02116
    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

    280 Fenway, Boston, MA, United States
    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

    206 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02109-1702
    22 reviews

    Nestled between the skyscrapers is this relatively tiny but immensely historic building. It is beautiful when lit up at night.

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