Welcome to Boston

Perhaps no other city in America holds as much history of the colonial and Revolutionary War era as Boston. It’s not surprising then that its main sites have become a pilgrimage trail for Americans and for others who hope to get a sense of that history. But more than that, the Freedom Trail is a good introduction to today’s city, connecting or passing close to some of its best loved tourist attractions. Boston is easy to navigate on foot, as its major sights are relatively close, and America’s first subway system, the T, connects its important neighborhoods.

Top Boston Attractions

The No. 1 thing you should do while in Boston is to follow the 2.5-mile redbrick trail from Boston Common to Bunker Hill. Set aside 1 to 3 hours — depending on whether you want to speed through the historical sites or go on a tour with a guide in Revolutionary garb. Be sure to pit stop for a “beah” at America’s oldest bar, the Bell in Hand Tavern.

In the heart of downtown Boston, and along the Freedom Trail, is Faneuil Hall Market Place. The original Faneuil Hall dates back to 1742 and the festival marketplace now encompasses the North Market, Quincy Market and South Market buildings.

There’s nothing quite like taking in a game at Fenway Park, one of America’s Most beloved baseball stadiums since it opened in 1912. But even if the Red Sox aren’t playing, you’ll want to swing by and visit the Green Monster on one of the 50-minute tour offered daily.

Take a stroll through the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and you’ll see why it ranks as one of the world’s most visited museums. The MFA’s collection of more than 450,000 artifacts and paintings spans nearly every major period and region — from ancient to contemporary, from the Americas, Europe, Asia and Africa. Amid this treasure trove, make time for the museum’s highlights, such as Renoir’s Dance at Bougival, van Gogh’s Portrait of the Postman and Winslow Homer’s The Fog Warning. For contemporary art lovers, check out 7 new collections, located in the Linde Family Wing of the MFA’s dramatic IM Pei-designed building. Be sure to check out the museum’s Beauty as Duty exhibit, running through May 28. Call 617-267-9300 for more info.



You don’t have to be a coed to warrant a trip across the Charles River to nearby Cambridge. Home to 2 of the most prestigious universities in the country, Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology(MIT), its stunning architecture and incredible diversity of restaurants and shopping attracts a mix of students, locals and sightseers.

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