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Boston – Things to do

Boston Attractions

Fenway Park

A visit to Fenway Park is a must for sports fans. Mingle with the locals, enjoy a beer and a hotdog and take in a baseball game. In off season, take a one hour tour of one of the oldest baseball parks in history.

The Freedom Trail

Walk the famous Freedom Trail on the two and half mile red brick trail, this leads you past 16 historical sites and through centuries of America's past. Starting at Boston Common, the trail winds past sites such as Massachusetts State House, Paul Revere House and the Bunker Hill Monument.

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USS Constitution in Boston harbour

USS Constitution

Step on board the Boston built USS Constitution located within Boston National Historical Park, this military attraction offers an onsite museum and free guided tours by navy personnel year round. This is also one of the attractions on the Freedom Trail that you'll pass.

Beacon Hill

Explore the cobblestones of colonial Boston in Beacon Hill. In this historic neighbourhood, you'll find grand townhouses, antique shops and chic boutiques. Head to Beacon Street to see stunning patrician mansions and the magnificent State House.

University's and museums

Explore some of the world’s most famous centres of excellence: both the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Harvard University are located just outside the city – both contain world-class museums, including the Peabody Museum of Archaeology in Harvard, one of the oldest of its kind.

Boston Tea Party Ships and Museums

Step back in time when visiting the Boston Tea Party Ships and Museums as you take a fully guided tour of the ships and museum. You Colonial host will take you through the history leading up until the American Revolution.

Boston Common

Explore the oldest park in the USA, enjoy outdoor concerts, games and numerous free events. The park originally was used as a grazing ground for cattle, it also became a training field for the military and it also has had famous speakers such as Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.