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#1 of 27 Sights & Landmarks in Cambridge
It is both a tranquil cemetery and beautifully landscaped park/arboretum that has 170 acres of winding hilly paths, classic buildings and gates, old trees, unique grave sites, and stunning views at every turn.
Grab a map and go! Rolling landscape, amazing tree variety, read some headstones and go climb the tower for an amazing skyline view.
Fenway Park Boston 3.4 km away
#1 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
Beautiful views, great baseball, superb shopping across the street, Sweet Caroline during the 8th inning and much, much more!
This was truly a memorable experience: the ballpark is an operating landmark, David Ortiz hit a home run, the home team won and the ballpark food was delicious (sausage sandwich, beefsteak sandwich and soft serve...
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#2 of 27 Sights & Landmarks in Cambridge
Steeped in history (George Washington used the site for several years), it is located near Harvard Square and is a must see.
Our tour guide knew her history of this landmark and made the "private" tour very enjoyable.
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#3 of 27 Sights & Landmarks in Cambridge
The view of the Boston skyline and the Charles River from the MIT sailing pavilion is stunning, the sculpture on the campus is varied and terrific, some of the architecture is stunning -- including, in particular,...
Beautiful views of the city lights at night, always felt safe and comfortable, easy access to the T.
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#4 of 27 Sights & Landmarks in Cambridge
Views of the city from the water are splendid and can be enjoyed from easy to rent kayaks or sailboats (Community Boating ****) or rowboats or paddle boards.
Nice Place for some peace and calm in this wonderful city of Boston , beautiful view near Charles river and nice place to jog or walk !
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#5 of 27 Sights & Landmarks in Cambridge
Harvard is full of fun things to do including interesting museums, historic sites, and a stunning library.
There are beautiful views and fresh air , friendly people always say "Hello" to us.Strong learning atmosphere made me feel comfortable.
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Freedom Trail Boston 4.8 km away
#2 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
Great way to see and hear the history of the very beginning of our country Jeremiah Poope was a fun guide - he truly loves the city, the sights and history - thanks for a fun day
Will see: Massachusetts State House, Shaw/54th Regiment Memorial, Park Street Church, Granary Burying Ground, King's Chapel, Old Corner Book Store, Old South Meeting House, Old State House, Site of Boston Massacre...
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#6 of 27 Sights & Landmarks in Cambridge
Whether you are looking to dine, take one of the many fun tours available, visit museums, go to some of the few bookstores left, visit historical sites or graveyards, shop, view public art, experience some of the...
Search the Harvard Museum sites; look for historical homes through the city’s website; try local listings to learn about book-signings, lectures and concerts; try to seek out Clover restaurant instead of Starbucks.
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#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Brookline
I am a big fan of our National Park System and this location is one of many wonderful sites with very knowledgeable rangers.
Only three of us on the tour so we were able to get good views of all the wonderfully restored rooms and take photos.
#7 of 27 Sights & Landmarks in Cambridge
but do visit it, as it is such a historical and traditional site.
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Davis Square Somerville 2.7 km away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Somerville
Boston Public Library Boston 4.2 km away
#3 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
Steeped in history, this Renaissance Revival architectural gem and national historic landmark has many areas to explore the with stunningly beautiful vaulted ceilings in the classic reading room environment of Bat...
Their library is a masterpiece of architecture; and excellent for the tourist to walk around and view the murals and design; or for the reader or researcher with access to great amounts of knowledge.
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#8 of 27 Sights & Landmarks in Cambridge
Memorial drive by Mass ave is the best view point, especially at night, the reflection of the buildings in the river is just amazing!
spring time run or walk with great views of the river
Back Bay Boston 4.1 km away
#6 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
Plenty of shopping as well...not to mention some terrific historic sites including the Boston Library, Old South Church, Trinity Church, and Fenway Park!
Among other sites to visit are Old South Church; the John Hancock Tower, New England's tallest building at 60 stories; First Church of Christ, Scientist, the centerpiece of the Christian Science Plaza; Christian S...
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#9 of 27 Sights & Landmarks in Cambridge
We visited the Stata Centre to view the police car used in the famous MIT Hack (where the police car was placed on top of the Dome).
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Newbury Street Boston 3.9 km away
#16 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
This is the beautiful street where along with both high end and department store shopping is tree lined with some of the greatest archeological sites including a Gothic Church designed with historical value.
Very beautiful street with quaint houses, it is very enjoyable and relaxing just to walk along the streets and take in the sights and sounds
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Beacon Hill Boston 4.2 km away
#10 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
Vernon Sts.), chill commercial street (Charles St.), plus major historical sites: Massachusetts State House (Beacon St.), Athenaeum (Beacon St.), and the Museum of Afro American History (Joy St.).
If you have 2 hours: (1) Enjoy Boston Common with great skyline and Statehouse Dome views; (2) Take a brief 5-7 minute walk through Beacon Hill to see Acorn Street, one of the most photographed streets in America,...
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North End Boston 5.3 km away
#4 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
It also offers sights of Historic significance: Paul Rever's house, The Old North Church, Rose Kennedy's birthplace, a Charles Bullfinch designed church, and part of the Freedom Trail.
With so many 5 star restaurants and historic sites, this beautiful American area is so inviting with its fabulous Italian culture along cobblestone streets so perfect for strolling hand-in-hand.
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The Mapparium Boston 4.0 km away
#21 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
You walk along a "catwalk" through a sphere that has a map of the world with all the continents in a 360-degree view.
Definitely an interesting side tour for those going to Boston who have already done The Freedom Trail and other more famous sites.
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#10 of 27 Sights & Landmarks in Cambridge
Additionally it offers nice views to a few churches across the streets, just asking for pictures to be taken.
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#5 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
This free stop (donations and a small shop supports it) was a quick view into the printing trade with the history tie in to the freedom trail.
Amazingly interesting and dedicated host- I would highly recommend the site to all visitors!
Trinity Church Boston 4.3 km away
#20 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
A very knowledgable and friendly guide took us back in history through stories of politics, craftsmanship, and architectural influences to learn about the building and evolution of this beautiful landmark with its...
Wish we'd had time for the guided tour but the church provides an excellent map and explanation of the interior sights for a self-guided tour.
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New England Holocaust Memorial Boston 5.3 km away
#7 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
We stumbled upon it by accident, frankly we were in town for the American Colonial History sights.
I've been to Holocaust memorials in many places, including several sites in Germany.
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Skywalk Observatory Boston 4.1 km away
#27 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
Amazing views of Boston, plus if you wish to explore the historial development of the cIty and its immigrant populations, then a super museum display and a hand-held audio tour is available to everyone.
EXCELLENT start to any Boston trip - incredible view of the city paired with an excellent audio tour to help plan your trip.
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Copley Square Boston 4.2 km away
#24 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
Great place to see, eat, view the tall elegant buildings... the people all around is amazing... the attraction is unforgetable in every way.
There is the lovely Trinity Church, the Hancock Tower that has an eatery on top with great views and a lovely little park where teens can watch other teens skateboard.
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Old South Church Boston 4.1 km away
#28 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
The church was designated a National Historic Landmark and added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970.
It's marked by the bust of Franklin on the house currently standing at the site.
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TD Garden Boston 4.6 km away
#17 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
Did the tour of facility great spot, tour gives you great views of ice and all the VIP spots well worth a visit
Efficiently getting people in and out of the stadium, plenty of parking, great sound, great atmosphere and good view even if you were sitting towards the back.
Prudential Center Boston 3.9 km away
#31 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
There are many exhibits to go along with the view, including immigrant stories, history of the city and landfills created to fill in the bay areas, also historic battles, trivia and history of famous Bostonians an...
In addition to the amazing views the included audio phones gave wonderful detail and history of what we were viewing.
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Granary Burying Ground Boston 4.9 km away
#13 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
... Adams, John Hancock, and Robert Treat Paine; Peter Faneuil, benefactor of the famed downtown Boston landmark; patriot and craftsman Paul Revere; James Otis, Revolutionary orator and lawyer; and five victims of...
Grave sites include those of John Hancock, Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, Robert Treat Paine, James Otis, as well as the five individuals who died in the "Boston Massacre" on March 5, 1770.
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#8 of 150 Sights & Landmarks in Boston
A nice park and statue of Paul Revere attached to the Old North Church gives this historical site a great touch and nod to its importance in American history.
Founded in 1722, Christ Church in the City of Boston, known to all as the Old North Church, is Boston’s oldest surviving church building and one of its most visited historical sites.
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