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Walk the Freedom Trail
One of Americas' first historic walking tours, the Freedom Trail is the perfect introduction to Colonial and Revolutionary Boston. The walking tour takes visitors to 16 historical sites, covering two and a half centuries of America's most significant past.
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Visit the Famous Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Faneuil Hall Marketplace is a collection of boutiques, eateries and pushcart vendors housed in converted 18th century warehouses. Enjoy the street entertainers that frequently perform outside.
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Take a Ride on the Swan Boats
The Swan Boats  in the Public Garden are a Boston tradition. Enjoy a peaceful 15 minute ride as a Swan Boats driver paddles you around the Public Garden Lagoon.
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Visit Paul Revere's House
Built around 1680, Paul Revere's House  is the oldest building in downtown Boston, and served as the home of Paul Revere and his family from 1770 to 1800. Revere left here for his famous “midnight ride.”
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Visit the Harbor Islands
Just a short ferry ride from the city, you can visit the Boston Harbor Islands, the country's newest National Park, composed of 34 islands. Visitors can enjoy swimming, boating, island tours, hiking, fishing and bird watching.
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Visit the Parks of the Emerald Necklace
Boston’s Emerald Necklace consists of an 1,100-acre chain of nine parks linked by parkways and waterways.

Take a walk through
Boston Common and the Public Garden, the oldest public park and botanical garden in the country. In the summer, the Boston Common's Frog Pond features a spray pool for children and in the winter a skating rink.
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Go to a Show or Concert
In the theatre district, you'll find the Opera House, Colonial Theatre, Wilbur Theatre, Shubert Theatre and the Wang Center for the Performing Arts. Outside of the theatre district, you'll also find The Huntington, The American Repertory Theatre, The Lyric Stage, The Calderwood Pavilion and the Emerson Majestic Theatre.

Dance performances remain a cultural strong point in Boston and the
Boston Ballet, known for its classical and modern works, is one of the best in the world.

The world renowned
Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Pops, which plays lighter, more popular classis and show tunes perform at Symphony Hall.
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Go to a Sporting Event
In Boston, enthusiasm for sports is vital to the city's character. Fans are especially fond of Fenway Park, home of the 2004 World Champion Boston Red Sox. From November to January, the National Football League's three time Champion New England Patriots draw sell-out crowds to Gillette Stadium just outside of Boston. Another draw to Gillette is the New England Revolution, the region's Major League Soccer Team.

Boston fans are also passionate about the
Boston Celtics, who once ruled basketball as no team ever dominated a sport by winning 16 world championships. Competing for pennant space on the rafters of the TD Banknorth Garden are the Bruins, winners of five Stanley Cup Championships, and the first team to be awarded a franchise in the National Hockey League in 1924. The city also has a Major League Lacrosse Team, The Boston Cannons, who play their home games at Boston University's Nickerson Field. The Boston Lobsters, a member of the World Team Tennis League, is Boston's newest sporting team and plays all home games at Harvard University's Bright Arena.

Collegiate sports in Boston have been shining brightly in recent years as well, gaining national recognition and respect in hockey, basketball and football.

Boston Marathon, held each April on Patriots' Day, remains one of the most prestigious sporting events in the world. Each October, rowers have come from far and near to take part in the Head of the Charles, the world's largest regatta.
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Experience art from Ancient Egyptian to Contemporary at The Museum of Fine Arts or The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

Kids will enjoy exhibits focused on arts, culture and science at The
Children's Museum. And the Museum of Science offers hands-on exhibits, laser shows and IMAX films that are fun for all ages.
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Shopping & Dining
In the Back Bay, visitors can walk the length of Newbury Street for some of Boston's most chic, fashionable stores. The parallel boulevard, Boylston Street, has a number of fine department stores leading to the Shops at the Prudential Center that also connects by a walkway to Copley Place, a marble and brass enclosed mall full of upscale stores and restaurants.

In the midst of the bustling fast-paced financial district are the full range of national department stores, boutiques and pushcarts known as
Downtown Crossing.

Outside of the downtown area, there are over 2,000 businesses in the neighborhoods'
Main Street Districts ready to welcome you.




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