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Boston Public Library
#1 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
Right in the center of Copely Square Boston, this amazing library is HUGE and it also serves as a museum as well as a space for local artists and k-12 children to display works of art.
The library is well equipped with computers and DVDs that can be checked out along with books and great downloadable resources.
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John F. Kennedy Presidential Museum & Library
#2 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
Going into the Prudential center and then going to the Top of the Hub which is on the highest floor of the Pru as it is called by locals.
Even if it's a bit out of the town center, you should make the time to visit.
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Boston Convention & Exhibition Center
#3 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
This modern looking convention center is ideally located near to a subway stop; many cafes and stores in the revitalized waterfront district are a short stroll away.
Lot's of good food options, easily accessible through public transportation, close to city center and ample space for international exhibitions.
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National Park Service Visitor Center
#4 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
It's very nicely set up, there's a little historical area in the center for the NPS, and you can go out the back side to Quincy Market to see entertainment, grab a drink, or eat a meal.
Charlestown Navy Yard Visitor Center and this Visitor Center have the junior ranger badge you can collect by visiting 5 historic sites.
Hynes Convention Center
#5 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
Centered between fine shopping and plentiful coffee spots this convention center is a perfect spot for any venue.
The Hynes Convention Center at 900 Boylston Street in the heart of Boston’s Back Bay is a convention and meeting center named after former Mayor John B. Hynes.
Boston Athenaeum
#6 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
World Trade Center Boston
#7 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
The convention is center is clean, convenient to the highways and easily accessible.
The World Trade Center did an outstanding job for a small conference I recently attended.
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Commonwealth Museum
#8 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
Boston Common Visitor Center
#9 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
This staff at the information center was very nice and knowledgeable of the park activities, prices, and hours.
Stop at the Visitor Center.
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United Club
#10 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
Cambridge Public Library Cambridge 4.7 km away
#1 of 2 Traveller Resources in Cambridge
It's got top-notch resources and lots of helpful programs like museum passes and discounts for tourist attractions.
New England Historic and Genealogical Society
#11 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
This is one of the best library/history resources for information about early Boston and New England, from the time of the Pilgrims to current day.
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Delta Sky Club
#12 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
Mugar Library
#13 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
Boston Public Library - Jamaica Plain Branch
#14 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
Boston Public Library - East Boston Branch
#15 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
French Cultural Center
#16 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
Boston Public Library, West End Branch
#18 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
Bayside Expo Center
#19 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston
Air France Lounge
#20 of 20 Traveller Resources in Boston