Boston

Cradle of Modern America

34 Drydock Ave., Boston, MA 02210

Boston is the oldest continually-active major port in the Western Hemisphere. Though it did not become an international cargo port until 1630, for a least four thousand years previously, it had served as a settlement and trading area for Native American tribes. The port is home to two shipyards, numerous public and private ferry operations and world-renowned marine research institutions.

MASSACHUSETTS MASTERPIECE TRAIL

A statewide collection of 24 diverse works of art, from oil paintings to taxidermy frogs…

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