Visitor’s Guide

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Exploring by Foot+

Boston is one of the most walkable cities (up there with Paris and Rome). Even in the midst of winter,...

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Plimoth Plantation+

In 1620, the Pilgrims sailed from England to present-day Massachusetts and eventually celebrated the first Thanksgiving.  You will enjoy paying...

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Pocket Parks in Cambridge+

One of the many great aspects of living in Boston is access to the many beautiful (and well kept) parks...

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Boston Public Library+

There 25 branches of the Boston Public Library, but the Central Library on Boylston Street is the crown jewel.  Visitors...

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Beacon Hill+

Beacon Hill ranks at the top of the list of my favorite places in Boston.  I’ll often wander down Charles...

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Urban AdvenTours+

Explore Boston by bike!  You can rent a bike and ride on your own or follow a tour guide.  Urban...

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Faneuil Hall+

Whether you call it Faneuil Hall or Quincy Market, this marketplace has been part of Boston culture since 1742.  It’s...

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The Freedom Trail+

Trace Boston’s history and follow the Freedom Trail.  The Freedom Trail, marked by a red brick line, twists and turns...

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re:discover boston+

(source) MSN.com’s short film about rediscovering Boston makes me realize again and again why we all love this city. Go...

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