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5 Must See Places in Boston

The city of Boston in Massachusetts has the traditional English charm as well as an air of superiority. Uncover the history of this wonderful city by taking a tour of the famous Freedom Trail, shop from any of the premium outlets on Newbury Street, or dine in an eatery of your choice. If you are looking to spend a few days in Boston, here are some of the must see places.

Boston Map

Boston Map

Freedom Trail

Freedom Trail

Newbury Street

Newbury Street

Freedom Trail

The Freedom Trail will lead you into the principal historic sites and landmarks of the city. Prior to visiting the State House, you can start collecting brochures on the major tourist attractions at the Boston Common’s Visitor Center. The Trail will lead you to the Old Granary Burying Ground (the burial site of John Hancock, Samuel Adams, and Paul Revere), King’s Chapel Burying Ground (the burial place of two Mayflower passengers and Governor John Winthrop), Old South Meeting House, as well as the Old State House. At the end of the trail in Charlestown, you will find the frigate USS Constitution.

State House

State House

King’s Chapel Burying Ground

King’s Chapel Burying Ground

Old Granary Burying Ground

Old Granary Burying Ground

Old South Meeting House

Old South Meeting House

Old State House

Old State House

USS Constitution

USS Constitution

Boston Common

Located in the centre of the city is the oldest park in America, the Boston Common. The large green space, frequented by the locals throughout the year, is home to several monuments. You can also visit the adjoining botanical garden, called the Public Garden and some Victorian-style statues and monuments including George Washington’s equestrian statue. Take a ride on the historic Swan Boats to travel across the lake.

Public Garden

Public Garden

Swan Boats

Swan Boats

Fenway Park

Visiting “America’s Most Beloved Ballpark” is both interesting and fun even for those who do not love sports. The home ground of the Major League baseball team Boston Red Sox boasts of numerous features including the 37-foot monstrous green wall, hand-operated scoreboard, and the seating capacity of 33,871.

Fenway Park

Fenway Park

Museum of Fine Arts Boston

As one of the leading art museums in America, the Museum of Fine Arts Boston has an impressive collection of artworks from the Middle East and Greece, Persian and Asian fine arts, Egyptian treasures, as well as Impressionist paintings.

Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Museum of Fine Arts Boston

New England Aquarium

The aquarium houses more than 550 species of aquatic animals along with a man-made coral reef that is home to a wide range of tropical fish as well as other aquatic creatures including moray eels, turtles, and sharks. You can handle invertebrates like urchins, starfish, and crabs that are found inside the touch tank. Participate in whale-watching tours and other educational programs that are sponsored by the Aquarium outside the Boston Harbor.

New England Aquarium

New England Aquarium

Boston Harbor

Boston Harbor

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