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10 Places You Need To See In Boston

10 Places You Need To See In Boston

There are so many things to do in Boston, planning a trip can become incredibly stressful. Here are 10 placces you need to see while in Boston!

There’s so much to do in Boston, it can be overwhelming to figure out where to go and what to do. Whether it’s your first visit, or you already live in the city, here are some must-see places in Boston!

Newbury Street

When I first visited Boston, Newbury Street made me fall in love with the city. The beautiful exterior of the many shops that line the streets make this area one you can’t miss. Plus, if you visit in the summer, you can go to “Open Newbury Street” on Sundays, which closes streets to vehicles, allowing you to enjoy the shops without the annoying traffic.

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Beacon Hill

Located across from the Boston Common, the quaint streets of Beacon Hill offer a unique city experience. Prepare to be transported back in time to colonial days with cobblestone streets and gas lanterns. Many boutiques and restaurants line the streets. You can even visit the original “Cheers” bar.

10 Places You Need to See in Boston

Fenway Park

Fenway Park is one of the most iconic landmarks in Boston. Since 1912, it has been home to the Boston Red Sox. Make sure you buy some tickets and explore one of the most historic baseball stadiums in the country.

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Boston Public Garden

Located in the heart of the city, lies a beautiful open space among the concrete streets of Boston. Here you will find beautiful statues along with lush greenery. Make sure you check out the swan boats, which have been in operation since 1877.

10 Places You Need to See in Boston

Boston Public Library

Need some quiet time? Make sure you go to the Boston Public Library, located in Copley Square. This enormous space offers many things: study rooms, books, history, art and outdoor space. You will be amazed by the beauty that this historic library offers.

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10 Places You Need to See in Boston

North End

The North End is the perfect place for all food lovers. This little neighborhood is home to so many restaurants, but make sure you reserve your table in advance! This popular area of “Boston’s Little Italy” is a must-see spot.

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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

Among the many museums in Boston lies the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum. This unique museum is actually a historic home-turned museum which contains some very valuable art. In fact, this museum unfortunately was victim to the largest-value recorded theft of private property in history, with thieves stealing 13 works of art worth $500 million. So make sure you check out this interesting spot in Boston!

10 Places You Need to See in Boston

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Faneuil Hall

This tourist attraction has a very historic background. The marketplace has been in operation since 1743, so you can really feel the colonial spirit here. Also, make sure you grab some souvenirs while you’re there from one of the many Boston-themed stores.

10 Places You Need to See in Boston

Boston Harbor

Head over to Seaport and hop on one of the many cruises on the Boston Harbor. This waterfront area really adds to the Boston experience. Whether it’s a whale-watching cruise or a Boston Tea Party reenactment, make sure you bring a jacket because it can get pretty chilly on the water!

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10 Places You Need to See in Boston

Charles River Esplanade

Located along the parkway next to the Charles River, this area gives a beautiful view of Cambridge. You can sit on the dock and watch the many sailboats go by on a nice day, or join the joggers preparing for the Boston marathon!

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Make sure you check out these landmarks to truly get the most out of this beautiful city! What is your favorite place in Boston? Tell us in the comments!
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