Boston is a fast paced, busy city with a lot to do and a lot to offer. I don't think many people think of Boston when they think of a vacation spot, but I personally think it is actually a really great vacation destination for people of all ages. Whether you're taking a family vacation, a friend trip, or even a couples getaway…Boston is a great place to go. Today I am going to be sharing with you some of the can't miss spots and attractions in Boston. We hope that you love this Visitors Guide to Boston.
Visitors Guide to Boston
OF COURSE you can't possibly miss out on visiting Fenway Park! Fenway is home to the Boston Red Sox and is probably one of the most infamous baseball stadiums in the United States. Whether you are a Boston fan or not, visiting Fenway Park is a must. If you go during baseball season I would recommend a game but if it's the off season, you can still visit the park and take a tour.
The Freedom Trail
Boston's Freedom Trail is 2.5 miles long and there are so many historical stops along the trail. Walking along this trail is a must when you are in Boston in my opinion because it is the perfect way to learn all about the important history of the city. If you want to get the full experience, make sure you are prepped for a long day because there is a lot to do.
Boston Symphony Orchestra
Classical music is not everyone's forte but seeing an orchestra show at the Boston Symphony Orchestra is a one of a kind experience. Music is a beautiful art form and if you are looking for a nice evening of fine classical music, I would highly recommend checking out a show here.
Boston holds a lot of history in this country and if you would like to see what times were like back in the 1700's, taking a trip to the Paul Revere House is a very interesting experience. This historical home is a great way to spend part of your day and it is very affordable at only $5 for adults and $1 for kids which makes it a great activity to do for the family.
New England Holocaust Memorial
The Holocaust was a horrific moment of history and the New England Holocaust Memorial is a beautiful memorial dedicated to the 6 million lives that were lost in the Holocaust. The tower is 54 feet tall and all glass with numbers etched into the glass to represent each of the victims.
Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum
Anyone that has had a history class in their schooling career has heard of the Boston Tea Party. The Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum is a great way to learn all about this important part of our country's history. Museums are great for spending your vacation time because they are interesting and educational.
These are just a few of the many many things to do in Boston. These include some of the top rated attractions in Boston and some of my personal favorites. Boston is probably one of the most historic cities to visit in the United States and I have loved it every time that I have visited and I know you will too. We hope that you are inspired by this Visitors Guide to Boston. Happy travels!
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