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You'll discover more iconic sights here than you can shake a stick at. The Boston Museum of Fine Arts and Harvard Square ought to be right at the top of your list. We hope you've allowed enough time to have a gander at Copley Place and Boston Common too!
Boston is full of family attractions that the kids will love. To begin with, we recommend that you explore the Salem Wax Museum or Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary. The fun continues at Salem Willows Park and Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary.
You and your children don't need your bathers to look at what lives in our marine environments. Head to New England Aquarium and appease your inner deep sea diver.
Who doesn't enjoy a trip to the zoo? Visit a few of the great options in Boston for a few hours of fun. Most start with the popular the Franklin Park Zoo, but another worthy choice is the Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary.
If you consider yourself a beer expert, your travelling group will enjoy a trip to the Samuel Adams Brewery and the Harpoon Brewery.
Do you love thrills, spills and ear-splitting noise? Be sure to spend a day at the F1 Boston, a well-loved local racetrack.
Wine has been used in celebration since at least 6000 B.C. You'll be grateful to your ancestors at the Turtle Creek Winery, where ancient practices take on a new twist to create a local vino collection that speaks for itself.
You can find a couple of botanical parks and gardens in Boston that are peaceful spots to spend some break time. The Back Bay Fens and the Lynch Park are both ideal venues to wander around and take in the scenery.
Feet getting a little sore after all that walking around? Enjoy a brief pause in one or two of this region's many green spaces. Make your way to Boston Public Garden or Arnold Arboretum and take in the relaxing environment. Alternatively, Columbus Park and Charles River Esplanade may be more practical depending on where you're staying.
If you will be passing through Boston, make sure you stop by some of the information centres close by. With a visit to Lexington Visitors Centre and Faneuil Hall Visitor Centre, you will be certain to find out about the best places for families and kids. You may get some added tips to organise your schedule if you also visit the other places nearby, such as Concord Visitors Centre and Charlestown Navy Yard Visitor Centre.
With lovely surroundings, the lakes here are major attractions for adventurous holiday makers. Walden Pond and Prankers Pond are generally agreed to be the top choices. Pulsifer's Cove and Chestnut Hill Reservoir are also worth checking out.
Travelling sometimes gets a bit stressful. If you need some time out to recharge your batteries, the refreshing sea breeze at Revere Beach will have you feeling better in no time.
Longing for a day out in the natural world? Then make sure you check out at least one of the region's nature reserves and parks. Two absolute rippers include Castle Island and Breakheart Reservation. Staying some extra time? Then you'll want to consider Cochituate State Park and Minute Man National Historical Park as well.
This destination has a great selection of museums for curious folk to get lost in. Two that attract attention are the Boston's Children's Museum and the Salem Witch Museum. If you have a bit more time to kill, you should also have a look around at the Larz Anderson Auto Museum and the Hull Lifesaving Museum.
Those of you that are intrigued by tales of old sea captains and salt-encrusted adventures may like to have a squizz at a few of the great maritime themed museums in this region. A few high-class choices to consider are the USS Friendship, the US Naval Shipbuilding Museum and USS Salem, or the Hart Nautical Galleries at MIT.
Boston boasts several well-known establishments for science enthusiasts. A couple of establishments which will nurture your excitement for science are the Museum of Science and the MIT Museum. The Warren Anatomical Museum and the Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments are also worth checking out.
With a wide range of top-notch educational attractions close by, there are enough things to see and do in Boston to keep even the most enthusiastic history buff satisfied. Spend a while among the fascinating and ever-evolving collections at the Semitic Museum and the Harvard Museum of Natural History. If you're keen for more, the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology and the Museum of Comparative Zoology are also worth a squiz.
Enjoy the arts? Boston is home to a collection of interesting galleries and exhibition spaces that will be right up your alley. The Institute of Contemporary Art and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum are a couple of the leading choices. Hungry for more? Then why not search through the Peabody Essex Museum and the Rose Art Museum?
If you're a history nerd, we suggest that you get lost in one or two of the plentiful exhibition spaces around town. Learn a little bit about the foundations of the area at the USS Constitution Museum and the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum. The Boston Tea Party Ship and the Museum of African American History are also worth a visit if you have some extra time up your sleeve.
This area possesses a unique blend of old and new, offering history lovers a range of attractions to go and view. Go back in time at the Boston University and the Harvard University. Then round out the day with a trip to the Northeastern University or the Bunker Hill Monument.
History lovers will enjoy a visit to Longfellow Bridge, one of Boston's most interesting remnants of days long past. Enjoy wandering around this aged structure and admire it from a few different vantage points, then read up on the rich stories surrounding its construction and use over the years.
Fascinated by fortifications and remnants of battles long passed? While you're in Boston, treat yourself with a voyage back to a more troubled time at Fort Warren and Fort Sewall.
You needn't be a religious fanatic to take in the diverse mix of religious sites throughout this area. If you would like to take a look at some, start your tour at Old North Church and Trinity Church Boston, then finish off the afternoon at Park Street Church or Old South Church.
This place has other lesser-known attractions if you'd like to get off the tourist track a bit. The Boston Athenaeum and the Mapparium are a couple of good options. The Boch Centre and the Mary Baker Eddy Library can also be worth stopping at if you like to see everything there is to see.
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