Things to do in Bos­ton

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As one of Amer­ica’s most his­toric cities, Bos­ton is hardly short on tourist at­trac­tions. Be sure not to miss out on any of the fol­low­ing:

Amer­i­can Reper­tory The­atre

Lo­cated in Har­vard Square, the ART is one of the coun­try’s most cel­e­brated res­i­dent the­atres and the win­ner of nu­mer­ous awards, in­clud­ing the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize.

Bos­ton Com­mon and Pub­lic Gar­den

The Bos­ton Com­mon is the an­chor for the Emer­ald Neck­lace, a sys­tem of con­nected parks that winds through many of Bos­ton’s neigh­bour­hoods. The Pub­lic Gar­den is a breath­tak­ing green space and the na­tion’s first botanic gar­den. It’s lo­cated just a sin­gle block from the XV Bea­con.

Mu­seum of Fine Arts

The MFA is one of the most com­pre­hen­sive art mu­se­ums in the world – the col­lec­tion en­com­passes nearly 450,000 works of art. It wel­comes more than 1 mil­lion visi­tors each year to ex­pe­ri­ence art from an­cient Egyp­tian to con­tem­po­rary.

Bos­ton Red Sox

For any­one curious about base­ball, there’d be no bet­ter place than to sat­isfy that cu­rios­ity than with a game fea­tur­ing the Bos­ton Red Sox. The team won the World Se­ries in 2004 and again in 2007 at the his­toric Fen­way Park.

Free­dom Trail

The Free­dom Trail Foun­da­tion of­fers some of the most pop­u­lar and ac­claimed his­tor­i­cal tours in all of New Eng­land. Walk Into History is a tour that fea­tures 18th cen­tury cos­tumed guides. They tell tales of the brave Bos­to­ni­ans and colo­nial­ists who dared to chal­lenge Bri­tain and helped es­tab­lish the Amer­ica that we know to­day.

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