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Boston City:- The Boston City is the capital of Massachusetts. It is the largest city of the state and the state is located in the north eastern United States. It is also the 10th largest city of the United States in terms of the metropolitan area in that location which shelters about 4.5 million people.

Boston is the economic centre of the entire surrounding region. The city of Boston has an estimated population of 891 thousand and is ranked 23rd for population in the United States.

  • Tourism in Boston
    The famous tourism places of the Boston City are the Boston Public Garden, Museum of Science, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Paul Revere’s House, Back Bay, Harvard Square, Boston’s Freedom Trail and The Boston Duck Tours.
  • Boston Public Garden
    The Boston Public Garden is the nation’s oldest botanical garden and is located along side of the Boston Common Garden. It was built and established in 1837. The main attraction of this place is the swan boats that come to the park each spring. The boats were invented by Robert Paget in 1877. In winter, the garden is open for ice skating.
  • Museums
    The Boston has many Museums, but the Boston Museum of science is one of the most visited places. It is located in the science park. This place is an attractive place for the kids as they have a planetarium, fish tank and an IMAX theatre. The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is also a good Museum to visit. The attraction of this museum is that the art and artefacts are arranged in a different manner than the usual sterile manner in the other museums. The entry fee is very low for this museum.

    The Paul Revere’s house is one of the landmarks of the Boston city. It is the oldest building in the Boston and represents the American history and the events that took place and passed through the legends. It was owned by Paul Revere for 30 years in the 1700s.

  • Back Bay
    The Back Bay is built on a landfill which is made of the soil around that place. The Back Bay is one of the fine examples of the 19th century architecture and now serves as the basement for the Boston City’s tallest buildings namely the John Hancock and the Prudential towers. This place is also famous for many hotels and restaurants.
  • Harvard Square
    The Harvard Square is another famous place of Boston and is located across the Charles River. The attraction is the Harvard University yard and was established in 1630. The place is also famous for the book stores, boutique, and street musicians and for its literary history.
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  • Freedom Trail
    The Freedom Trail foundation of the Boston city has laid a trail that connects 16 historical sites. You can purchase a map and you can drive yourself and visit the historical places. Those historical places include The Massacre site, Paul Revere’s House, the Christ Church and much more.
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