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  • Harvard University

  • MIT

  • Fenway Park

  • Boston Common

  • Cheers

  • Freedom Trail

  • Fanueil Hall

  • Quincy Market

  • Old South/North Church

  • Old State House

  • Newbuty Street

  • USS Constitution

Boston’s four-century old cobblestone streets boast of the great revolutionaries, inventors and poets who lived in this prosperous city and contributed to its exceptional history. Today, Boston is known for its excellent universities, museums, arts scene, libraries and diverse neighborhoods.


Boston is rich in history as the birthplace of our nation. Beginning with the Freedom Trail, this historic walk leads your group to more than sixteen historic landmarks including the Old South Meetinghouse, Faneuil Hall and Marketplace, and the Old State House among others. The USS Constitution, an 18th century warship named by President George Washington himself, dwells at the Boston Harbor where groups can board its decks and witness where the Boston Tea Party commenced.


Boston is also an exciting city of learning and culture. A visit to the Franklin Park Zoo, Museum of Science, Fenway Park, and even Boston’s Broadway shows are also points of interest to consider when visiting this dynamic city.

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