Ultimate Guide To Fort Point Channel Boston

Feeding into the harbor, Fort Point Channel is a waterway separating South Boston from downtown. The channel and neighborhood of the same name are the centerpieces of Boston’s revitalized waterfront. Encompassing more than 100 acres, this historic community has scenic views, museums, shops and eateries as well as easy access to other areas of Boston. […]

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Top Things to Do in Boston for First Time Visitors

As one of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States, Boston is a city filled with history, culture, attractions and so many unique points of interest. When you’re planning your first trip to Beantown, be sure to include these activities in your travel itinerary.
Take Part in History
Unlike any other museum you’ve visited, the […]

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The Most Scenic Views in Boston

Did you know that the Boston University Bridge is the only one in the world where a boat can sail under a train driving under a car driving under an airplane? If not, you’ll appreciate the uniqueness of this fact and the awesome views from this and many other scenic spots around the city. For […]

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Things to Do Near Boston Common

One of the city’s most well known landmarks, Boston Common is a 50-acre public park and the anchor of the Emerald Necklace, a series of connected parks in Boston. It’s also the oldest park in the United States and has a storied past, rich with history and interesting events. The Common, as many refer to […]

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The History of Boston, Massachusetts From 1630-1795

One of America’s most historically rich cities, the story of our nation is evident on nearly every corner in Boston. Officially founded in 1630 by English Puritans who fled to the new land to pursue religious freedom, Boston is considered by many to be the birthplace of the American Revolution. It was here that the […]

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Family Things to Do in Boston

When it comes to incredible history, top cultural attractions, art, eats and even outdoor fun, Boston has more than its fair share. And if you’re traveling to this historic city with the kids, there’s plenty to do and see that will make their experience (and yours) unforgettable.
Walk Like a Penguin
Head over to the New England […]

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Famous Boston Landmarks To Visit On Vacation

Perhaps more than any other city in the USA, Boston is home to a multitude of famous landmarks with historical significance. Make sure to see as many of these sites as possible on your next vacation to Boston. Many of them are located on or near the Freedom Trail, so just follow the red brick […]

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How to See Boston in 2 Days

If you’re traveling to Boston for a quick visit, planning ahead is key. Here’s an itinerary that will help you to see the best of Boston in a short period of time.  This guide includes some of the most popular historic sites, museums and attractions that everyone should enjoy while spending 2 days in Boston.
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New England Aquarium

The enormous and cylindrical 200,000 gallon ocean tank with more than 2,000 fish species is the highlight of this aquatic facility. Surrounding pools have penguins, sea lions and otters. Several galleries have themed exhibits; and the IMAX theater offers changing large format films of magnificent animals and their habitats, 3-D movies and first-run features.
Address: Central […]

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The USS Constitution

Better known as Old Ironsides, the USS Constitution launched in 1797 and is the world’s oldest floating commissioned ship. Climb aboard the decks in proud service until 1934 as a warship, blockade runner, training ship and goodwill ambassador.
Address: Charlestown Naval Yard, 5 Constitution Road, Charlestown
Phone: (617) 242-5601

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