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Kenmore Sq & Fenway
12 reviews
The Gardner museum is a lavish reconstruction of a 15th-century Venetian palace, complete with a luxurious interior courtyard with a seasonally changing floral display. — Time Out
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Kenmore Sq & Fenway
11 reviews
The MFA’s encyclopedic collection culls some of the world’s finest treasures, including international and contemporary art, instruments, photographs and textiles — Where
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West End & North End
10 reviews
Favorites include the world’s largest lightning-bolt generator, a full-scale space capsule, a world population meter and a virtual fish tank. — Lonely Planet
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Seaport District & South Boston
9 reviews
Kick off a visit to this youngster-friendly museum by scaling the giant, three-story New Balance Foundation Climb — Where
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Downtown & Waterfront
9 reviews
This aquarium was huge—with a large central tank, incredible jelly fish area, penguins, even an IMAX. — Afar Magazine
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Seaport District & South Boston
10 reviews
Houses 21 permanent exhibits examining JFK's life and work. — Not For Tourists
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11 reviews
Like many great works of art, Harvard University's collection of glass flowers -- officially, the Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants -- has about it an air of magnificent obsession. — New York Times
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Cambridge
7 reviews
Architect extraordinaire Renzo Piano has overseen a renovation and expansion of Harvard's art museum, allowing the university's massive 250,000-piece collection to come together. — Lonely Planet
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Back Bay
11 reviews
The central branch of the city's library system is an architectural and intellectual monument. — Frommer's
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Beacon Hill & Boston Common
8 reviews
The Boston Athenaeum is one of the nation's oldest private lending libraries. — Michelin Guide
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Charlestown
9 reviews
Berthed at the Charlestown Navy Yard in Boston, "Old Ironsides" is the oldest commissioned warship still afloat.  — Atlas Obscura
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West End & North End
8 reviews
Look up! In this building's original steeple, sexton Robert Newman hung two lanterns on the night of April 18, 1775, to signal Paul Revere. — Frommer's
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Downtown
6 reviews
The great Federal-era architect Charles Bulfinch designed the central building of the state capitol, and in 1802 copper sheathing manufactured by Paul Revere replaced the shingles. — Frommer's
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Back Bay
8 reviews
Romanesque, with massive open interior. Completed in 1877. — Not For Tourists
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Financial District
9 reviews
The museum reopened... at the Congress St. Bridge where Griffin's Wharf was, the actual spot where the Boston Tea Party took place on December 16, 1773. — Fodor's
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Downtown & Waterfront
8 reviews
While Granary Burying Ground features 2,345 gravestones and tombs, it is estimated that 8,000 people are interred here, including many early American Patriots like Samuel Adams. — Where
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Cambridge
7 reviews
This peaceful Massachusetts graveyard was one of the first "garden-style" cemeteries in America.  — Atlas Obscura
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Downtown & Waterfront
6 reviews
Boston's oldest public building (1713), this stately brick edifice headquartered British officials until the Revolution. — Michelin Guide
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Downtown & Waterfront
6 reviews
The single building facing Congress Street is the real Faneuil Hall, though locals often give that name to all five buildings in this shopping complex. — Fodor's
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Beacon Hill & Boston Common
8 reviews
The central feature of the Public Garden is its irregularly shaped pond, intended to appear, from any vantage point along its banks, much larger than its nearly 4 acres. — Fodor's
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