Things to do in Boston
Boston, is among the biggest cities in England. It has a rich history and is one of the most forwarding thinking cities in the world. Here is a list of things you can visit when you are in Boston!
Museum of Fine Arts
The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston is one of the best art museums in New England. It houses some of the most unique and beautiful collections from around the world including art by Monet, Rembrandt and Picasso and is a must visit site for all art fans.
The Freedom Trail is a 2.5-mile trail leading from the Boston Common to the Bunker Hill. Walking along the red –bricked trail one can see different sites from the times of the revolutionary war such as the Old North Church and the home of Paul Revere.
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The Fenway Park has always been one of America’s most known and best loved stadiums since its inauguration in the early twentieth century. Home to the Red Sox team, the Fenway Park sits in the middle of the city and is one of the most visited landmarks in Boston.
The Boston Common was once set up as a pasturing field for ruminant animals but has now become an important city landmark and is the place where the Freedom Trail officially starts. The park is often visited by people simply to relax in the lap of nature and is one of the most beautiful and the oldest park in the country.
One of the most well-known cities in the world owing to its two widely known and acclaimed educational institutions, Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of technology, Cambridge can delight both students and other tourists with its wonderful architecture and vibrant city life.
New England Aquarium
The New England Aquarium in Boston houses around 40,000 different kinds of sea creatures and water animals including penguins, seals, sharks and sea dragons. The Aquarium also has a viewing window for the visitors to view the fishes and sea animals closely.
Boston Museum of Science
The Boston Museum of Science boats of around 700 different science exhibitions which can ignite curiosity in any mind and along with science demonstrations and the museum even houses a 4D auditorium with some of the best technologically advances theatres in England.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace
The Faneuil Hall Marketplace can be visited while walking the freedom trail. The market place was originally set up in 1742 and today it boats of a conglomeration of three different markets- the North Market, the Quincy Market and the South Market.
Boston Public Garden
The Boston Public Garden is the oldest botanical garden in the United States of America and it is also home to some of the most beautiful plants and trees. The garden provides some wonderful photo opportunities for visitors with exotic flower arrangements and beautiful settings.
The Paul Revere House
The Paul Revere House can be visited while walking along the Freedom Trail and it is a throwback to the 18th century and the architecture of that period. The house still has some original furnishings including fine silver from the 18th century and will be a wonderful sight for history buffs.