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Landmarks in Boston

Boston Landmarks

  • Landmarks
    Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge

    Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge is the widest cable-stayed bridge in the world, as well as...

  • Landmarks
    Mystic River Bridge

    The Mystic River Bridge previously known as Tobin Memorial Bridge connects the Charlestown section of Boston with...

  • Attractions
    Park Street Church

    The Church was the site of the famous speech from William Lloyd Garrison against slavery, and where...

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    Old North Church

    One of the most amazing churches in Boston. The Old North Church is a must see attraction...

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    Mapparium

    Since 1935, more than 10 million people have traversed the thirty-foot glass bridge that spans the Mapparium....

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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,...

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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...

  • A&E
    New England Conservatory Jordan Hall

    Aside from it being a historical landmark, the New England Conservatory has first-rate acts almost every night....

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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...

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    Granary Burying Grounds

    Historic Burial Ground, near the center, a 25-foot-tall monument commemorates the tomb of Benjamin Franklin's parents.

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    Fenway Park

    Fenway Park, the nation's oldest, most beloved ballpark and proud home of the 2004 World Champion Boston...

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    Faneuil Hall

    Visit Faneuil Hall and experience history and modernity in one visit. Faneuil Hall served as a marketplace...

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    Copp’s Hill Burying Ground

    Copp's Hill Burying Ground is the final resting place of merchants, artisans, crafts people living in the...

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    Chart House

    The Boston Chart House is located in the four-story brick Gardiner Building which dates back to the...

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    Boston Symphony Hall

    Today, 100 years after it was built, Symphony Hall still offers concertgoers a truly memorable experience and...

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    Boston Public Library

    Over 2.2 million patrons visit the BPL each year, many in pursuit of research material, others looking...

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    Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

    The Boston Convention Center is the most user-friendly convention facility in the world. Add it to your...

  • A&E
    Boston Center for Jewish Heritage

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

  • Attractions
    Arnold Arboretum Harvard

    Arnold Arboretum Harvard is the oldest public arboretum in Boston also one of the world's leading centers...

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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...

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    Mayflower II

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

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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...

  • Colleges
    Tufts University

    Tufts enjoys a global reputation for academic excellence and for preparing students as leaders in a wide...