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Tourist Attractions in Boston

Boston is situated in the American state of Massachusetts. Boston is the capital of the Massachusetts and it is also the largest city in the state. Boston is one of the oldest cities in the United States. People settled there as early as 1630. Boston has a rich history and tradition. But it is also more modern. The city offers a lot of attractions for visitors which includes The Freedom Trail, Boston Public Garden, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, Museum of Science, Fenway Park, Filenes’s Basement, New England Aquarium and the Sam Adams Brewery.

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  • The Freedom Trail The freedom trail is the most popular tourist attraction in the city of Boston.  You can see all the major historical places in Boston by walking along this 2.5 mile long trail. The Freedom Trail starts at the Boston Common and stretches till Bunker Hill in Charlestown, covering all famous locations from the American Revolution. The red line takes you through sixteen main historical locations which include Fanueil Hall Old Meeting House, Paul Revere's home and others.

  • Boston Public Garden Boston Public Garden is situated down the Charles Street nearby Boston Common. This botanical garden is the oldest botanical garden in the United States of America. The most famous attraction in the public garden is the swan boats, which were invented by Robert Paget in 1877.  The boats are operated in the spring and during winter the pond will be used by ice skaters. 
  • Faneuil Hall Marketplace

    Faneuil Hall Marketplace is commonly known as the Quincy market. The Quincy market is an excellent place to shop and dine.
  • Museum of Science Boston has some of the finest museums that are second to none in the world.  Museum of Science at Science Park is the most visited Boston museum. The museum of science has over four hundred exhibits that are very interactive. The most famous exhibits include a planetarium, the Virtual Fish Tank and an IMAX theater. This museum is a great place for kids as they can learn while being entertained.
  • Boston Museum of Fine Arts The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is the largest art museum in New England. This museum is renowned for possessing the largest collection of the works by French Impressionist, Claude Monet, outside France. The spectacular changing exhibitions are another famous attraction in this museum.
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  • Fenway Park The Fenway Park is the best place to be in a summer afternoon with the sun shining. It is the home of the famous MLB team Boston Red Sox since 1912. Try to get tickets and watch the red sox in action. Otherwise you can opt for behind the scene tours of the fenway.
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