Boston is’t just about raucous sports bars and Redsox (although many would have you believe baseball is at the heart of the city). It is packed with history and culture.
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Boston Common and Public Garden, relax in the oldest park in America.
Self Guided i-pod tours, download either the gardens tour, Harbour walk or Fort point channel tour and walk at your leisure.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace – Be captivated by the street performers, musicians, jugglers, acrobats.
Arnold Arboretum – Based in Harvard university supports research and preservation of trees.
Bunker hill monument- Site of the first battle of the American revolution.
Walk along the freedom Trail and take in the 16 historic sites on the tour.
Parades and Street Festivals- whether it’s a St Patrick day parade, the duck parade, or Italian feast day, you’re sure to find a celebration to join in.
New England Aquarium, Borrow a free pass from the Boston Public Library.
Star Gazing at the Colt University. A chance to use their telescopes and binoculars and observe the heavens.
Science Museum – Again, with the free pass from the library you can visit the science museum and get involved with hands on experiments, live presentations, simulator experiences.
USS Constitution – Visit the oldest commissioned warship still afloat, launched in 1997.
Boston Fire Museum – One of the oldest fire stations in America.
Food and Drink
Samuel Adams Brewery Tour – Learn about the brewing process and sample some rather tasty beer at the same time.
Wine Tasting every Thurs and fri between 6 and 8pm, you can sample some great tasting wines, even beers, ales and scotches at Coolidge Corner Wine and Spirits.
Farmers Markets- Graze your way around the stalls.
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