|Welcome to your guide to Boston tourist attractions. It’s no surprise that you will find numerous museums and historical exhibits throughout this famous New England city. Take a walk along the Freedom Trail to explore the history of colonial times and the Revolutionary war. To truly get a taste of Boston, visit Faneuil Hall Market Place, where you will be greeted with many unique shopping and eating options. Browse the list of MALiving recommended Boston attractions and discover why millions choose to visit Boston, MA every year.
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Boston Massachusetts Attractions
Prudential Center Skywalk
800 Boylston St.
Boston, MA 02116
Boston’s Skywalk Observatory that offers 360 degree views of Greater Boston and beyond.
USS Constitution Museum
Boston, MA 02129
Visit “Old Ironsides” America’s oldest war vessel. Climb aboard the restored ship and learn how sailors and crew lived.
Baseball stadium that is home of the Boston Red Sox.
Bunker Hill Monument
Charlestown, MA 02129
A 221 foot monument built to honor the soldiers who fought the British on Breeds Hill during the revolution. Climb to the top for breathtaking views.
Congress and State St.
Boston, MA 02210
A restored market place in Boston that offers a wide variety of restaurants and shops.
Boston Public Garden
Boston, MA 02114
A park and botanical garden located on the Boston Commons.
Boston, MA 02127
A 2 mile long footpath that takes you all throughout Boston’s oldest revolutionary war landmarks.
Old North Church
193 Salem St.
Boston, MA 02113
The famous site in which the church Sexton in 1775 warned fellow colonists that the British were coming by hanging a lantern in the church tower, “One if by land two if by sea.”
175 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 02115
The Mapparium is a three-story tall glass globe of stained glass that is viewed from a bridge through its interior.
Afro American Meeting House
46 Joy St.
Boston, MA 02114
The first Afro American Baptist church in America, build in 1806. In the early 1800’s many anti-slavery meetings were held here, some attended by Harriet Tubman.
Franklin Park Zoo
1 Franklin Park Rd
Boston, MA 02121
Ph: 617-541-LION (5466)
This zoo features over 500 different animals.
First Public School Site
Boston, MA 02108
Puritan settlers established the first public school in Boston in 1635.
Old South Meeting House
210 Washington St.
Boston, MA 02108
During the American Revolution this building served as a meeting place for colonists to discuss the future of their fate in America and to make plans to succeed from Britain. In 1773 over 5,000 colonists planned the infamous Boston Tea Party here.
Boston Duck Tours
101 Huntington Ave.
Boston, MA 01050
Hop aboard an old WW2 style aquatic land vehicle that will you take you on a sightseeing tour through the streets of Boston, and then into the water for a tour around Boston Harbour.
Jamaica Plain, MA
America’s oldest public arboretum that displays over 15,000 trees and plants.
The Computer Museum
1 Science Park.
Exhibits at the Computer Museum include a two-story walk through a computer, a virtual fish tank and a robot theater.
Samuel Adams Brewery
30 Germania St.
Boston, MA 02130
The brewery where Sam Adams Boston Lager is made. There are knowledgeable staff here that will answer your questions and take you on a tour of the brewery. They also have free samples.
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