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15 of Boston’s Best Attractions

Boston is an East Coast city with a great vibe. All of its unique neighborhoods and historical significance make it one of the best cities to visit with your family. There are many places to choose from on your visit, but I think the 15 below are must-dos.

  1. Faneuil Hall Marketplace
    Whether you’re looking for a great bite to eat or for an unlimited shopping experience, check out the Faneuil Hall Marketplace. It was historically used as a festival marketplace way back even in the 1700s. However, now, it is composed of the North Market, the Quincy Market, and South Market.
  2. Fenway Park
    Even if you’re not a huge baseball fan, seeing this monstrosity and famous stadium is well worth the trip! Don’t miss the Green Giant! This place is legendary and the Boston Red Socks bring life to Boston. Buy that Red Socks gear!
  3. Cambridge
    While just across the Charles River from Boston proper, it is well worth the trip! It is home to not only Harvard and MIT, but also many cute restaurants and boutiques. Also, it is also home to Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and other important historical people if you’re a history buff.
  4. Cheers
    Everyone remembers Cheers the TV show! Now, you can experience the joy of the Cheers bar yourself and see where the show was shot and what the actual inspiration behind the show looks like. Grab a beer and snag some great conversation here!
  5. Freedom Trail
    While you’re in Boston, follow the Freedom Trail. It is a 2.5-mile trail from Bunker Hill to Boston Common. It takes your on a historical independence tour of Boston where may key events took place during the American Revolution.
  6. Boston Common
    Boston Common is in the heart of the city and is a beautiful green space where you can sit and bask in the sun, place Frisbee, or grab a lemonade. It is a great escape from the bustle of city life.
  7. Copley Square
    Trinity Church, designed by Henry Hobson Richardson, is definitely the highlight of Copley Square. It is a red sandstone building that draws hundreds each year. Also, the Boston Public Library, which was one of the first, is nearby and you can snuggle up with a book in there.
  8. Boston Museum of Fine Arts
    This is one of the best fine art museums in the nation specializing in Impressionist painting and Egyptian treasures that are sure to wow you. In addition, they usually circulate collections throughout the year, so there’s always something new to see.
  9. Boston Pops and Symphony Orchestra
    These groups are amazing musicians and must-sees while in Boston. They are among the best in the country.
  10. Boston Harbor
    You can’t forget about the infamous place where they threw the tea overboard! This is quintessential in your visit to Boston.
  11. Boston Museum of Science
    This museum stresses the importance of hands-on learning and there is a lot of it here! Take kids and adults because all will enjoy.
  12. John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
    This is definitely a sight to see because presidential libraries don’t pop up all the time and our great president is highly honored here.
  13. Boston Public Garden
    This is home to all sorts of exotic plants and animals and is an impressive sight!
  14. New England Holocaust Museum
    This museum pays homage to those we lost during the Holocaust —it’s absolutely a beautiful museum.
  15. North End
    Looking for a great Italian meal and great pastries for dessert? Visit the North End for some authentic finds.

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