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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USS Cassin Young

The USS Cassin Young is a WWII destroyer and is a designated National Historic Landmark.
Address: Charlestown Naval Yard, 5 Constitution Road, Charlestown
Phone: (617) 242-5601

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Trinity Church

American H. H. Richardson is the proud architect of this massive masterpiece. The impressive church has an exterior of dark multi-hewed stone, majestic stained glass windows and a breathtaking interior.
Address: 206 Clarendon St., Boston
Phone: (617) 536-0944

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Symphony Hall

Open since 1900 and famous for its acoustical perfection, it has been host to a wide range of important performances and is the home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops. Free tours are offered during Symphony season on a limited basis.
Address: 301 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston
Phone: (617) 638-9390

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Prudential Center

The Prudential Center is Boston’s first unified business, residential and civic complex with 28 acres of hotels, restaurants, shops, and plazas, in addition to parking and covered walkways. On a clear day, the view is endless from the 50th floor observatory atop the Prudential Tower. The Skywalk offers a state-of-the-art antennae audio tour and special […]

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Paul Revere House

Paul Revere’s wooden house, going back to 1680, is the oldest residence that remains in downtown Boston. Revere lived in this home in the early 1770s where he was a silversmith and patriot. The home later served the Italian immigrant community for commercial purposes. Saved from being demolished in 1902, it has been restored to […]

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Park Street Church

Recognized by its tall, beautiful steeple, the evangelical congregational church was built in 1809 on the former site of the old town granary. Its large and active congregation has a long and strong tradition of social service going back to a well known 1829 speech against slavery delivered by William Lloyd Garrison.
Address: Park and Tremont […]

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Old North Church

Built in 1723, this is the oldest church in Boston and is best known for the signals sent from the steeple the night of Paul Revere’s legendary ride. It is now an Episcopalian congregation that holds regular services and is also open daily to the public. The steeple is 191 feet tall – the tallest […]

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Nichols House Museum

Learn about the life of genteel Beacon Hill in the late 1800s and early 1900s with a tour of this four-story row house decorated in original furnishings.
Address: 55 Mount Vernon Street, Boston
Phone: (617 )227-6993

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