Attractions in Boston

Must See Attractions

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    TD Garden

    Add TD Garden to the Things To Do list, it's home to the Boston Bruins & Boston Celtics. Make sure you catch a Bruins or Celtics game! Go Bruins,...

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    Trinity Church

    Trinity Church is a Must See attraction in Boston. It's one of the most photographed historical buildings in the US, learn more about Trinity Church.

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    The Nichols House Museum

    Have you wondered what rich people had back in the day? This is the place to find out! Nichols House is one of Boston's best kept secrets and attractions.

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    Suffolk Downs

    Want to see a real thoroughbred race track in East Boston? Suffolk Downs is a home favorite The track opened in 1935, at a cost of 2 million dollars.

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    The Massachusetts State House

    The Massachusetts State House is the oldest building in Beacon Hill and still serves as the State House of the Commonwealth. Visit this amusing attraction!

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    Prudential Center Skywalk

    Add the Skywalk Observatory to your things to do list. It's Boston's only sky-high vantage point for sweeping 360 degree views of Greater Boston and beyond.

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    Park Street Church

    The Church was the site of the famous speech from William Lloyd Garrison against slavery, and where America by Samuel Smith, was first sung.

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    Old North Church

    One of the most amazing churches in Boston. The Old North Church is a must see attraction that played a really important role in the American Revolution.

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    Old Corner Book Store – Closed

    Built in 1712, the Old Corner Bookstore is the oldest brick building in Boston and was the meeting place of many famous authors.

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    New England Aquarium

    The New England Aquarium is a great attraction for families & kids. It has almost everything you can think of, even Penguins! Learn more about this great aquarium!

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    Museum of Science

    The Museum is on the cutting edge of science education by developing innovative and interactive exhibits and programs that both entertain and educate.

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    Mapparium

    Since 1935, more than 10 million people have traversed the thirty-foot glass bridge that spans the Mapparium. Visit this historic Boston Attraction now!

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    Longfellow House

    For almost half a century (1837-1882) this was the home of one of the world's foremost poets, scholars and educators, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. Visit Now!

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    King’s Chapel

    Another great attraction on the Freedom Trail in Boston. Definitely worth stopping by and having a look. Learn more about King's Chapel here.

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    Landmark Theatres

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    John Hancock Tower

    The John Hancock Tower is the tallest building in New England, and stands on its own in Copley Square, away from the high-rise area of Boston's downtown.

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    New England Conservatory Jordan Hall

    Aside from it being a historical landmark, the New England Conservatory has first-rate acts almost every night. Enjoy a simple yet beautiful night out!

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    The Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston

    There are always new things happening at the ICA, and they are definitely worth checking out. Make sure to add the ICA to your things to do list!

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    John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center

    Situated right in the heart of Boston's beautiful and historic Back Bay, the Hynes is also connected to a megacomplex of nearly 4,000 hotel rooms.

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    House of Blues

    House of Blues is a modern large venue and should be on your things to do list! It has great acoustics and the staff is really kind, learn more...

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    Harriet Tubman House

    The building comprises a multi-level, open floor plan filled with natural light from skylights and large floor-to-ceiling windows. Read more ..

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    Harvard Art Museums

    The Harvard Art Museums, among the world’s leading art institutions, comprise three museums & four research centres. Do not miss out on this Museum!

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    Hampshire House

    Located in the heart of Boston's distinguished Beacon Hill, the Hampshire House is convenient to many of Boston's finest hotels & shopping boutiques.

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    Gillette Stadium

    Gillette Stadium is home to the New England Patriots. It's seating capacity is at 68,756, make sure you visit during the NFL season and watch the Pats play!

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    Franklin Park Zoo

    Franklin Park Zoo is a 72-acre site nestled in Boston’s historic Franklin Park, long considered the crown jewel of Frederick Law Olmsted’s Emerald Necklace.

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    Fenway Park

    Fenway Park, the nation's oldest, most beloved ballpark and proud home of the 2004 World Champion Boston Red Sox! Make sure to get a tour if you're around!

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    Cutler Majestic Theatre

    Cutler Majestic Theatre hosts performances of professional opera, musical theater, dance, classical music and drama almost every day.

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    Colonial Theater

    The Colonial Theatre is the oldest theatre in Boston, first opening it's doors in 1900. It is still the leading theatre of pre-broadway shows

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    Citgo Sign

    The sign contains more than five miles of neon tubes - 5,878 glass tubes of neon - that are lit by 250 high-voltage transformers.

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    The First Church of Christ

    The Church of Christ, Scientist, is designed to make the healing and educational system known as Christian Science available and accessible to everyone.

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    Bunker Hill Monument

    Today, a 221-foot granite obelisk marks the site of the first major battle of the American Revolution. Visit one of the most historic attractions in Boston.

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    Harvard Museum of Natural History

    Harvard Museum of Natural History was established in 1998 as the public face of three research museums. The collection of Glass Flowers shouldn't be missed!

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    Huntington Theatre Company

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    Boston Arts

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    Boston Tea Party Ship

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    Boston Center for the Arts

    The BCA is located in Boston's South End, the largest landmark district in the United States. It's a four acre complex that includes plenty of attractions!

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    Boston Center for Jewish Heritage

    The Vilna Shul, built in 1919 by Jews from Vilnius, Lithuania, is Boston's only Jewish historical, cultural and spiritual site.

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    Back Bay Fens

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    Arnold Arboretum Harvard

    Arnold Arboretum Harvard is the oldest public arboretum in Boston also one of the world's leading centers for the study of plants. An awesome attraction.

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    American Repertory Theater

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    Adams National Park

    Adams National Park is a historic park preserves the home of John Adams, second U.S. president. It is amazing landmark that is located in Massachusetts.

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    Plimoth Plantation

    Plimoth Plantation is founded in 1947, best living history museum which shows the settlement of the Plymouth Colony in 17 century. A must see attraction.

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    Orchard House

    Orchard House is a historic house of Amos Bronson Alcott and his family from 1799 to 1888. The museum is located in Concord, Massachusetts, USA.

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    Old Sturbridge Village

    Old Sturbridge Village is a historical museum of the New England's past, it is a nonprofit, educational museum open all year-round. Great site to visit.

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    Jackson Homestead

    Jackson Homestead is a historic house that is served as an underground railroad station. A beautiful sightseeing house in Boston, a must visit.

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    Munroe Tavern

    Munroe Tavern is an American Revolutionary War site in Boston Lexington, Massachusetts. Memorial attraction and landmark, a must visit.

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    Minute Man National Park

    Minute Man National Historical Park is serve as a memorial to the opening battle in the American Revolutionary War. Located at 174 Liberty St, Concord.

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    Mayflower II

    Mayflower II is a popular ship attraction in Boston, its made of beautiful solid oak timbers in 1620. a must see!

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    Lowell National Historical Park

    Lowell National Historical Park is a historic park in the United States, located in Lowell, Massachusetts. A good landmark and attraction to visit.

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    House of Seven Gables

    House of Seven Gables is built in 1668, the world oldest surviving wooden mansion from the 17th century. Top attractions in Boston, a must see.

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    Hancock Clarke House

    Hancock-Clarke House is a historic house, located at 36 Hancock street near by Buckman Tavern. It is one of the historic national landmarks, a must see.

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    Buckman Tavern

    Buckman Tavern is a historical attraction of American Revolutionary War. It is now operated as a museum after the restorations have been done.

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    Blake House

    Blake House is the oldest extent house in Boston. It has a very nice and cozy interior, a must see attraction.

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    Battleship Cove

    The Battleship Cove is one of top attractions in Boston for it's nonprofits war memorial. You get to experience what it was like to serve on board in WWII.