The Freedom Trail is one of the most scenic ways to see the downtown area. This 2.5 mile trail will make the city of Boston come alive . You will walk through the heart of the city, visit churches and historic meeting houses, including Paul Revere’s house where you will learn about Paul Revere’s m... Read More
When you walk into The Mapparium for the first time, you will be amazed by the work and detail that has gone into its construction. Built in 1908, this stain glass globe will give you an inside look at the world as you watch its ten minute video presentation.
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Started in 2012, this is one of Boston’s newest attractions on the waterfront. The Battle of Lexington was one of the first battles of the Civil War and dumping the tea into the harbor was the final act of defiance that led to the start of the Civil War. This museum is especially hands on and des... Read More
Want to see a darker side of Boston? This trolley ride will leave you informed and terrified as you learn about some of the most nefarious figures in Boston’s history. You will also get exclusive nighttime access to some of the most haunted places in Boston.
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As one of the oldest ballparks in Major League Baseball, attending a game at this stadium is a must for any sports fan. It has been home to the Boston Red Sox since 1912. Make it an even more memorable experience and attend when they play the Yankees, a longtime rival.
Set on one of the highest elevations in the city, you will enjoy spectacular views of Boston after climbing the 294 stairs to the top of the monument. Immerse yourself in colonial American history as you view the 360-degree battle mural and artifacts at the Bunker Hill Museum. Be sure not to miss... Read More
Whether you are beginning your trip or ending your trip, this a great way to see all of Boston at once. From the skywalk, you can see Fenway Park, Boston Commons, Hancock Tower, the Esplanade, Hatch Shell, the Charles River and even Harvard and MIT. On a clear day, you can see up to 100 miles away... Read More
Paul Revere became a national hero when Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote the poem “Paul Revere’s Ride” as a legacy to his historic, horseback ride to warn the colonists that the British troops were arriving. Built in 1680, his house is the oldest home in downtown Boston. As you tour the home of th... Read More
One of the oldest operating rooms in the country, this room has seen more than 8,000 operations between 1821 and 1868. On October 16th, 1846 the first public surgery using anesthetic was performed. At that time, it was called the Massachusetts General Hospital Surgical Amphitheater. While visitin... Read More
Explore one of the first ships commissioned by the United States Navy and named by President George Washington. Launched in 1797, she was nicknamed “Old Ironsides” during the War of 1812 when cannonballs from a British ship bounced off the sides of the ship. This warship is the world’s oldest, co... Read More