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  • Ann Taylor

    Boston

    Ann Taylor is a women's apparel store that specializes in suits, office casual, weekend casual and special occasion wear. They... more

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  • Barnes and Noble

    Boston

    Browse the Barnes & Noble bookshelves for your favorite authors, the latest bestsellers, or an unexpected find.The Prudential Center location... more

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  • Black Heritage Trail

    Boston

    Reveals the history of Boston's 19th-century African-American community. Guided walking tours offered by the National Park Service daily, Memorial Day... more

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  • Boston Harbor Mini Speedboats, Inc.

    Boston

    Captain your own mini speedboat as you navigate Boston Harbor, see the many historical sites, the amazing skyline, all while... more

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  • Boston Masonic Building

    Boston

    The Massachusetts home of the world's oldest and largest fraternity is an historic building with magnificent architecture. Open to the... more

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  • Codzilla

    Boston

    Get ready for more thrills, more laughs and more speed than you ever imagined as you zip across the ocean... more

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  • Copp's Hill Burial Ground

    Boston

    Graves of Cotton Mather and other early Bostonians. more

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  • Elegant Touch Carriage Rides

    Boston

    Horse-drawn carriage rides through downtown Boston. more

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  • Irish Famine Memorial

    Boston

    Commemorates the Irish Famine that forced more than 100,000 Irish refugees to emigrate to Boston between 1845 and 1849. more

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  • James Hook and Company

    Boston

    We speicialize in everything lobster. Delicious lobster rolls, as well as other seafood, and we can pack them for a 24... more

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  • Joseph S. Kennedy Tours

    Boston

    Built in 1985, the fifty foot Joseph S. Kennedy was a Navy Utility Boat assigned to the U.S.S. Roosevelt.... more

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  • The Mary Baker Eddy Library, home of the Mapparium

    Boston

    There's a lot for families to do at The Mary Baker Eddy Library! Visit our exhibits, including the Mapparium, a... more

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  • Old Corner Bookstore

    Boston

    Built in 1718; home to Ticknor and Fields Publishing House frequented by Dickens, Emerson, Longfellow, and Thoreau; now a 'Boston Globe'... more

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  • Shubert Theatre

    Boston

    Newly restored 1600+ seat theater, considered Boston Theatre District's Little Princess. Home to many local community arts organizations and venue for... more

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  • Site of the First Public School and Franklin Statue

    Boston

    Site of Boston Latin School, the first public school in America (1635); attended by Samuel Adams, Benjamin Franklin, and John Hancock. more

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  • Tours of Symphony Hall

    Boston

    Home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Pops. Learn about the history and architecture of the building. more

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  • Trinity Church

    Boston

    1877 H. H. Richardson-designed Romanesque church in Copley Square. Adjacent to the Church is I. M. Pei's Hancock Tower, whose mirrored... more

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  • Abiel Smith School/Museum of Afro-American History

    Boston

    First building constructed (1835) for the sole purpose of housing a black public school. Sits next to the African Meeting House... more

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  • Anthony's Pier 4 Restaurant

    Boston

    Restaurants in Boston, Cape Cod, and Swampscott. more

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  • Bay State Cruise Company

    Boston

    Fast and Tradtional Ferry service from Boston to Provincetown, Summer Music Cruises on Boston harbor, group/spousal tours, private charters/... more

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