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    Boston, Massachusetts

    I visited Boston in 2011, when my step-daughter graduated from Berklee.

    There are plenty of interesting places to visit in Boston, Massachusetts. Here are some popular suggestions:

    1. Freedom Trail: Follow the red-brick trail to explore Boston’s rich history, passing by 16 historic sites including the Massachusetts State House and Paul Revere’s House.
    2. Fenway Park: Visit America’s oldest ballpark and home to the Boston Red Sox. Take a tour, or catch a game if you’re a baseball fan.
    3. The Museum of Fine Arts: It is one of the largest art museums in the United States, housing an extensive collection of artworks from around the world.
    4. Boston Common: This historic park is the oldest in the country and offers recreational activities, scenic views, and seasonal events.
    5. New England Aquarium: Get up close and personal with marine animals, including penguins, sea turtles, and sharks. Don’t miss the popular Giant Ocean Tank exhibit.
    6. USS Constitution Museum: Learn about the history of the USS Constitution, also known as “Old Ironsides,” and explore interactive exhibits about naval warfare.
    7. Harvard University: Take a walk around Harvard’s beautiful campus and visit the Harvard Museum of Natural History to discover world-class exhibits.
    8. Beacon Hill: Explore this picturesque neighborhood filled with charming streets, historic buildings, and boutique shops.
    9. Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall: Enjoy shopping and dining at Quincy Market, located in the bustling Faneuil Hall Marketplace.
    10. Boston Public Garden: Take a relaxing stroll through Boston’s first public botanical garden, known for its beautiful landscapes, swan boats, and the iconic Make Way for Ducklings sculpture.

    These are just a few suggestions, but Boston has many more attractions to explore.


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