• Trinity Church in the City of Boston

    Boston

    Trinity Church is a masterpiece of American architecture. Dedicated in 1877, Trinity presented a bold, fresh new face and feeling for... more

    + 8 saves
  • Cheers Beacon Hill

    Boston

    The inspiration for the television show Cheers, we are a full service bar and restaurant open to all ages. We... more

    + 7 saves
  • Faneuil Hall Marketplace

    Boston

    Outdoor festival marketplace built in 1826; street performers; pushcarts and over 140 specialty shops and restaurants featured in Quincy, South and North... more

    + 7 saves
  • Boston Light

    Boston

    Est. in 1716; oldest and last manned lighthouse in the US. Grounds open to public; museum, tours, and views of Boston... more

    + 6 saves
  • Irish Heritage Trail

    Boston

    Self-guided, three mile walking tour through Boston's downtown, North End, Beacon Hill and Back Bay; 20 public landmarks honor famous Irish... more

    + 6 saves
  • Battle of Bunker Hill Museum

    Charlestown

    Museum housing over 4000 square feet of new exhibit space. Featuring the exhibit "The Decisive Day: The Battle of Bunker Hill-Revolution,... more

    + 5 saves
  • The Boston Beer Company

    Boston

    Tours & tastings on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 2:00 pm, Fridays at 2:00 and 5:30 pm. Saturday tours every 30 mintues from 11:00 am to 2:00... more

    + 5 saves
  • Boston By Foot, Inc.

    Boston

    Guided architectural and historical walking tours of Boston; Freedom Trail, Victorian Back Bay, Beacon Hill, Boston by Little Feet, Boston... more

    + 5 saves
  • Boston Public Garden

    Boston

    Formal gardens and rare trees; setting for McCloskey's "Make Way for Ducklings" book and sculpture. Seasonal Swan Boat rides (fee). more

    + 5 saves
  • Boston Public Library

    Boston

    Established 1848 as the first publicly supported municipal library in America; Italian-Renaissance building; courtyard, sculpture, and paintings; murals by John Singer... more

    + 5 saves
  • Copley Place

    Boston

    Located in the historic Back Bay, Copley Place is Boston's most distinctive shopping destination with 75 fabulous stores including: Neiman Marcus,... more

    + 5 saves
  • Old North Church

    Boston

    Oldest church building in Boston (1723); April 8, 1775, sexton Robert Newman displayed two lanterns in church's steeple to warn Paul Revere of... more

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  • Au Bon Pain

    Boston

    Boston-based Au Bon Pain now has 240 bakery cafs around the world. Their secret? Only the best ingredients and the freshest... more

    + 4 saves
  • Boston Chocolate Walking Tours

    Boston

    Boston Chocolate Walking Tours provides guided walking and tasting tours of select Boston chocolate shops, bakeries, and cafes. Founded by... more

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  • Boston Harborwalk

    Boston

    47 mile public walkway that winds its way along the wharves, piers, bridges, beaches, and shoreline of Boston Harbor. One of... more

    + 4 saves
  • Harborside Inn

    Boston

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  • Old State House

    Boston

    The oldest public building in Boston (1713); was headquarters of British government in Boston; first proclamation of the Declaration of Independence... more

    + 4 saves
  • Parker's Restaurant

    Boston

    You don't have to go far to experience Boston's finest dining. Featured in USA Today as Zagat's Top 15 Most Iconic... more

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  • Boston African-American National Historic Site

    Boston

    15 pre-Civil War structures relating to the history of Boston's 19th-century African-American community. more

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  • Boston Red Sox

    Boston

    2007 World Series Champions; professional baseball (MLB); home games played at Fenway Park; stadium tours. more

    + 3 saves