Boston is the starting point of the freedom movement that the American people started to get rid of the yoke of England. Boston has a rich content in terms of places to visit. Moreover, the social life in the city is very active due to the prestigious universities in the city .
Places To Visit In Boston
1. Quincy Market & Faneuil Hall
Quincy Market is a historical indoor marketplace full of restaurants, where local people shop for food today . Around the 2-storey building, street vendors are setting up many stands that may be of interest to you.
Faneuil Hall is a beautiful place that you can add to your list of places to visit in Boston. The place offers shopping, eating and drinking opportunities. This hall has been used as a market place and meeting room since 1743.
2. Prudential Towers
It was built between 1960 and 1964 as the headquarters of the insurance and investment company named Prudential Towers . It is the second tallest building in Boston.
You can watch the magnificent view of the city on the 50th floor of Skywalk, which is referred to as the highest observatory in New England.
Shopping lovers are not forgotten in the building complex. There are approximately 70 stores in the shopping center on the first floor of the building.
3. Freedom Trail
The road, marked with red bricks, connects 16 different historical buildings, including cemeteries, churches and monuments.
You can have detailed information about the rich history of Boston and How did Americans start the uprising against the British.
4. Museum of Fine Arts
Museum of Fine Arts is the 4th largest museum in the United States. Museum has wide collection of the cultural facility consists of works belonging to different cultures and art movements. While visiting the museum ,you can see Japanese Garden section which was opened in 2015. Also you can see the valuable items of the Ancient Egyptian Civilization , French impressionist movement and the works of 18th and 19th century American art.
5. Museum of Science
The Science Museum is an indispensable part of the Boston attractions lists created by travelers who follow scientific and technological developments. The Museum of Science was founded in 1830 by 6 scientists who are keen on natural history.
6. New England Aquarium
The New England Aquarium was opened to public in 1969 . The Aquarium provide its visitors with rich content about underwater life and IMAX movie theaters and whale-watching tours.
Discover over 800 different marine animals, including seals, seadragons, stingrays, sharks and penguins. A four-story Giant Ocean Tank features a coral reef and hundreds of Caribbean reef animals. Pre-book tickets for convenient skip-the-line access.
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7. North End
The residential area, which includes historical places within the Freedom Road, such as Copp’s Hill Cemetery, remains popular with the social facilities it has today.
You can visit the area within walking distance of Boston’s financial center to discover accommodation, entertainment, food and shopping opportunities.
8. Whale Watch Cruise
Whale Watch Cruise under the supervision of the New England Aquarium gives travelers an unforgettable experience for a lifetime.
You can also see the sea birds on your trips with a catamaran with 3 cruise areas.
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9. USS Constitution Museum
The Navy Museum (USS Constitution Museum), located in a restored building at pier no.2 in Charlestown Navy Shipyard, was opened in 1972.
10. Boston Public Garden
Boston Public Garden is located in the center of the city. It was founded in 1837 as the first public botanical garden in the United States.
11. John F. Kennedy Museum
12. Harvard University
The reason I suggest you put the university on your list of places to visit in Boston is that it houses many architecturally valuable buildings and many museums that will expand your knowledge with its rich collections.