Lives in Boston, Massachusetts
Since Apr 2011
Historic Sites, Historic Walking Areas, Marinas, Ships
Government Buildings, Historic Sites, History Museums
Historic Sites, History Museums
Monuments & Statues
Gift & Speciality Shops, Historic Sites, History Museums
Historic Sites, Monuments & Statues
Churches & Cathedrals
Sightseeing Tours, City Tours, Historical & Heritage Tours, Hop-On Hop-Off Tours
Sacred & Religious Sites, Architectural Buildings, Churches & Cathedrals
Arenas & Stadiums
Speciality Museums, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Monuments & Statues
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Shopping Malls, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Other Fun & Games
Dolphin & Whale Watching
Nice museum and it is free. Exhibits change frequently.
The Navy Yard was used quite a lot in WWII. Check out the buildings from the era.
The Italian section of Boston. Lot's of great restaurant, shops, and many historical points of interest.
It was Boston's original State House and has a nice museum.
It is the oldest wooden structure in Boston dating back to the 1600's.
It is right in front of the Old State House so you can see both in a very short amount of time.
You have great view of the city from the top of the Monument.
It is where the Boston Tea Party started on 12/19/1774.
This is where the Revolutionary War all began, worth the trip
It is a beautiful church, worth a visit to while ion the Freedom Trail.
Any time I go someplace new I always take a trolley tour. It is the best way to get a good overview of the city. Old Town Trolley is hop on hop off so you can see all the above sites at your own pace.
My favorite spot in Boston, a must see for history buffs.
A nice sections of the city, lot's to see and do for everyone.
Considered to be one of the top ten most beautiful churches in the world.
America's first public garden, check out the Make Way for Ducklings statues.
America's best ball park, take the tour and enjoy!
This is a stained glass globe that depicts the world before the Great War.
Lot's of shopping, great for foodies, and where the Boston Marathon ends.
The Swan Boats have been in the Public Garden since the 1880's.
This is a good place to pick up literature about the city and talk to the guides if you need ideas about what to do.
It is Boston's #1 tourist destination, everyone eventually ends up here.
Every animal is hand carved and represents an animal found in New England, Where else can you ride a skunk?
This is a four hour tour and well worth the price.
Best lobster roll in Boston. It isn't fancy but worth the trip.