Posts Tagged: Boston Attractions

Fenway Park Tours | A Guide to Visiting Fenway

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This post is a review of Fenway Park tours as well providing tips on tickets and how to get here. Fenway Park is as iconic to Boston as the Empire State building is to NYC, the Capitol to DC, the arch to St. Louis … and to Boston residents, new and old, it’s so much […]

Tour the USS Constitution and the Bunker Hill Monument

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U.S.S. Constitution and the Bunker Hill Monument

The USS Constitution and the Bunker Hill Monument are two of the last sites of the Freedom Trail (when picking up the Freedom Trail on Boston Common) and are a bit further from the other 14 sites.  Even though it can be a bit of jaunt from the other sites, if you are interested in […]

Freedom Trail Map and Self Guided Tour

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The Freedom Trail

The Freedom Trail at the center of historic Boston is a red brick path through the city leading visitors to many of the city’s historic sites. This self-guided tour and map will cover the entire 2.5 miles (4 km) of Freedom Trail sites and should take you two hours to complete.   Where does the Freedom Trail Start?  […]

Boston Whale Watching | Free Tours by Foot

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Boston and nearby Gloucester are two of the best places in the world to go whale watching – which means there are many choices of whale watching companies to choose from. To make your decision easier, we’ve analyzed hundreds of reviews of several different companies and narrowed the list down to the companies we believe […]

Boston’s Historic Cemetery Tour: Granary Burial Ground

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For history buffs and visitors, Boston has several historic cemeteries filled.  The most centrally located historic cemetery near Boston Common, is Granary Burial Ground, and it is worth exploring. Boston’s Granary Burial Ground is the third oldest burial ground in the City of Boston and within lays the DNA of the American Revolution, including the graves of […]

Which Boston Observation Deck is Best?

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This post is a guide to the Boston’s Skywalk Observatory as well as other Boston observation decks.  The Skywalk Observatory on top of the Prudential Tower offers great views of Boston. Built in 1965, this tower offers stunning views of the city – and on a clear day, you can see Cape Cod and New […]

Boston Tourist Passes | Which One is the Best to Buy?

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Boston City Pass

This post provides a comparison of the various Boston attraction discount passes.  Boston is a bustling city with many wonderful museums and historic sites to visit. However, the cost of attending many of those attractions can really add up. To help mitigate the costs, a number of companies have created Boston tourist passes which offer […]

Where is the Cheers Bar in Boston?

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famous bar in Beacon Hill

Boston’s most famous bar has to be the one where everyone knows your name, Cheers.  The Bull & Finch is the original name of this bar, but it gained fame from the 80’s television show called “Cheers”.  There are actually two Cheers Bars in Boston, one at Quincy Market and the one that was used […]