Boston

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9
Kenmore Sq & Fenway
13 reviews
Today, it's probably America's most idiosyncratic treasure house. — Fodor's
9
Kenmore Sq & Fenway
12 reviews
One of the world's great art museums, the MFA works nonstop to become even more accessible and interesting. — Frommer's
9
Back Bay
12 reviews
This central branch at Copley Square is home to the magnificent Bates Hall reading room, the most architecturally revered and historically significant room at America’s first public library. — Travel + Leisure
9
Seaport District & South Boston
10 reviews
Most children have so much fun here that they don't realize they're actually learning something. — Fodor's
9
West End & North End
10 reviews
This extremely child-friendly museum is committed to providing an interactive and educational experience. — Time Out
9
Downtown
7 reviews
On July 4, 1795, the surviving fathers of the Revolution were on hand to enshrine the ideals of their new Commonwealth in a graceful seat of government designed by Charles Bulfinch — Fodor's
9
Seaport District & South Boston
11 reviews
A looming concrete-and-glass monolith designed by I.M. Pei (completed in 1979), this shrine to the life and work of the 35th US president overlooks the outer harbor. — Time Out
9
Downtown & Waterfront
9 reviews
This complex is home to more than 30,000 fish and aquatic mammals, and at busy times, it seems to contain at least that many people. — Frommer's
9
West End & North End
9 reviews
Originally called Christ Church in Boston, the city's oldest church was built in 1723, its design inspired by Sir Christopher Wren's London churches — Time Out
8
Financial District
10 reviews
At the end, you can raise your pinkies to honor these early American rebels by sampling one of the five types of tea that were pitched into the sea. — Afar Magazine
8
Back Bay
9 reviews
In his 1877 masterpiece, architect Henry Hobson Richardson brought his Romanesque Revival style to maturity. — Fodor's
8
11 reviews
Many museums promise something for every member of the family; the vast Harvard Museum complex actually delivers. — Fodor's
8
Cambridge
7 reviews
The new Renzo Piano designed Harvard Art Museums is so dynamic and state of the art it will take your breath away — Afar Magazine
8
Beacon Hill & Boston Common
9 reviews
This magnificent private library is tucked away behind red leather–bound doors with more than 600,000 volumes of gilt-lettered books and rare manuscripts. — Condé Nast Traveler
8
Seaport District & South Boston
11 reviews
Once crammed into a tiny building in Back Bay, the ICA moved to its spacious new home in late 2006, and is now the cultural cornerstone of the waterfront. — Time Out
8
Beacon Hill & Boston Common
9 reviews
Boston's Public Garden is beautiful in every season. Winter provides a special opportunity to view its structural elements highlighted by a dusting of snow. — Afar Magazine
8
Beacon Hill & Boston Common
7 reviews
The Boston Common has served many purposes over the years, including as a campground for British troops during the Revolutionary War and as green grass for cattle grazing until 1830. — Lonely Planet
8
Downtown & Waterfront
7 reviews
This colonial-era landmark has one of the most recognizable facades in Boston, with its State Street gable adorned by a brightly gilded lion and unicorn, symbols of British imperial power. — Fodor's
8
Charlestown
10 reviews
The 221-foot granite obelisk, a landmark that's visible from miles away, honors the memory of the colonists who died in the Battle of Bunker Hill. — Frommer's
8
Downtown & Waterfront
9 reviews
You'll see the graves of patriots Samuel Adams, Paul Revere, John Hancock, and James Otis; merchant Peter Faneuil; and Benjamin Franklin's parents. — Frommer's
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