Boston is a city of arts and vibrant culture. The city holds much of the history of the colonial, revolutionary war, and some important cultural events. From incredible museums to great entertainment options, there is so much to explore here. Tourists will find two of America’s most important Universities in Boston: Harvard and Massachusetts, which you can consider for your further education.
The city is blessed with its luxury hotels, fancy restaurants, and great cafes. ‘Fairmont Copley Plaza’ is a landmark luxury hotel in Boston, ‘Marriott Long Wharf’ has a gorgeous architecture with extra spacious rooms and top-class services, and if you are on a budget, you can consider ‘Staypineapple’, ‘A Delightful Hotel’, ‘South End Boston’ for your stay in Boston.
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Faneuil Hall – Faneuil Hall was built in 1740-42 by Peter Faneuil and is often known as the ‘’cradle of liberty’’. The ground floor of the hall is occupied by market stalls and on the upper floor, there is a council chamber which was a meeting place of revolutionaries in the 18th and 19th centuries. On the fourth floor, there is an Ancient and Honorable Artillery Museum known for its weapons, paintings, and art pieces.
Major Attractions – New England Aquarium, Boston Common, The Paul Revere House, Old State House, Boston Public Garden, Old North Church, Boston Harbor Islands State Park, Quincy Market, Boston’s Children’s Park, Museum of Science, etc.
Beacon Hill – Beacon Hill is one of the beautiful places to explore in Boston. The place is home to Boston’s old-money families, locally known as ‘Brahmins’. The houses here are built with bricks and styled with Federal and Greek Revival in tree-shaped streets. Louisburg Square is the heart of Beacon Hill, where homes face towards the lush green private parks. At Charles Street, you will find a variety of boutiques, and shops for visitors and local people. If you plan a trip to Boston, make sure to visit this incredible place because this is Boston’s one of the most popular tourist destinations.
Major Attractions – Beacon Hill include Boston Common, Freedom Trail, Boston Public Garden, Massachusetts State House, Louisburg Square, Acron Street, Charles River Esplanade, Charles Street, Restaurants and Bars, etc.
New England Aquarium – The New England Aquarium comprises more than 20,000 fishes and other aquatic animals representing over 550 species. There is a human made Caribbean coral reef that is home to numerous tropical fishes, sharks, turtles, and moray eels. Visitors are allowed to handle small invertebrates such as crabs, starfish, and urchins. You will find decent options for food and drinks, one of which is ‘The Harbor View Cafe’ offering delicious burgers, pizzas, beverages, and snacks. You can also enjoy the world-famous Boston Duck Tours of 80 minutes and know about the interesting facts about the water species.
Major Attractions – Rose Kennedy Greenway, Boston Waterboat Marina, Marriott’s Custom House, Rings Fountain, Boston Pizza Tours, Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street, The Black Rose, Boston Crawling, Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park, Boston Wine Tours, Off The Eaten Path Tours, Cocktails and Cannoli, The Printing Office of Edes and Gill, Quincy Market, North End Boston Food Tour, Sissy K’s, Faneuil Hall Marketplace, etc.
Freedom Trail – Freedom Trail is a three-mile building that will take you to Old Granary Burying Ground, King’s Chapel Burying Ground which is Boston’s oldest cemetery, Old South Meeting House and the Old State House. This is one of Boston’s oldest public buildings, widely famous for its vibrant nightlife and top-class seafood.
Major Attractions – Boston Common, Boston Opera House, Ye Olde Tavern Tours, Brattle Book Shop of Boston, Boston Ballet, Boston Common Carousel, Boston Soldiers and Sailors Monument, The Cathedral Church of Saint Paul, Irish Heritage Trail, Windsor Button, JM Curley, Park Street Church, Granary Burying Ground, Stoddard’s Cutlery, Bites of Boston Food Tours, Miracles and Other Deceptions: The Close Up Magic of Paul Gertner, Downtown Crossing, Robert Gould Shaw and the 54th Regiment Memorial, etc.
Boston Common and Public Garden – Both common and public gardens of Boston lie next to each other and are surrounded by walking paths, beautiful flowers, lush green trees, statues, and a beautiful pond. You can come here to enjoy the unseen serene, feed the ducks, and ride a swan boat. This is a perfect picnic spot to chill and spend quality time with your family/friends. You may be lucky enough to come here in the spring season when hundreds of tulips start blooming.
Major Attractions – Frog Pond, Acorn Street, Making Way for Ducklings Statues, Blackstone’s of Beacon Hill, William Hickling Prescott House, Beacon Street, Louisburg Square, Church of the Advent, Shear Madness, Gibson House Museum, Granary Burying Ground, Arlington Street Church, Ether Monument, Boston Public Library, etc.
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