Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

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The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum provides an illustration of the climactic political event that inarguably defined the course of revolutionary history. Immersive and interactive, the experience is both enjoyable and enlightening for its impressive multisensory vividness.   A … Continue reading

Faneuil Hall

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Located North-East of downtown Boston, near the Boston Waterfront, Faneuil Hall has been a marketplace and popular meeting hall since 1743. It is comprised of four areas: Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, North Market and South Market. All four attractions are … Continue reading

The Friendly Toast

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For guests looking for all day breakfast or diner style comfort food, Friendly Toast is your place. The decor is kitschy & campy, elements of the design probably will remind you of that relative that was borderline hoarder but had … Continue reading

The Oak Room

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If you came to Boston for the history then the Oak Room is perfect place to stop for a late afternoon bite or an evening drink. This old favorite has been so beautifully restored. The traditional space has been refreshed … Continue reading

The Public Garden

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The Public Garden is the manicured and elegant younger sister to the Boston Common. It’s also the first botanical garden in the U.S. It’s known for many notable features including its fluorescent, bright flowers in the spring and summer. The … Continue reading

The Charles River Esplanade

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Boston has many wonderful waterfront parks, but the Esplanade is our favorite. The Esplanade stretches along three miles along the shores of the Charles River and comprises about 64 acres. Mostly well known for the thousands of people who fill … Continue reading

Boston Common

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Founded in 1634 the Boston Common is the nation’s oldest park and has had several iterations in its use. It premiered as a cow pasture for almost 200 years before cows were officially banned in 1830. Up until 1817, there … Continue reading


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Boston has a vibrant theatre scene, thanks to a thriving arts scene & rich University presence. Our city features over a dozen major performance venues concentrated in Boston’s downtown Theatre District. Additional theaters can be found in nearby Boston & … Continue reading