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Freedom Trail

Celebrating Boston’s preeminent role in the American Revolution, this 2.5 mile trail offers a stroll through history as well as a glimpse of the beauty of the modern city.
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Public Gardens

Established in 1837, the Public Garden was the first public botanical garden in America. No visit to the Garden is complete without a cruise on the lagoon in the park’s famous swan boats.
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Duck Tour

While visitors ride in a World War II amphibious landing vehicle, the tour begins with a drive past the historic sights of downtown Boston and comes to a dramatic close by splashing into the Charles River for a sightseeing cruise of the Boston and Cambridge skylines.
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New England Aquarium

Featuring sharks, penguins, seals and over 2,000 other species of aquatic life, the aquarium is a must see in Boston. Deep-sea whale watching tours on the Atlantic Ocean can also be arranged from inside the Aquarium.
Boston Children's Museum

Boston Children's Museum

The Boston Children's Museum has been creating innovative, hands-on exhibits to engage and educate children and their families about such subjects as science, world cultures, health, art and literacy.
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Boston Open Studios

Hosts events in Boston's historic art communities in which participants can meet with artists and purchase local art as well as hear music and visit area retail shops and restaurants.
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Boston Public Library

Take a tour or peruse the holdings of the nation's first public library, which also displays the works of famous artists and sculptors.
Boston Blazers at TD Garden

Boston Blazers at TD Garden

Boston is a very athletic city and even has a professional indoor lacrosse team, the Boston Blazers. Check out a game at TD Garden, which also hosts the Bruins and the Celtics as well as other live shows.
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