Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University
The Arnold Arboretum was founded in 1872 when the President and Fellows of Harvard College were trusted with a portion of the state of James Arnold, a whaling merchant from Massasuchetts. The Arboretum is located in Jamaica Plane and Roslin... View Information
Museum of Fine arts
The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston is the 17th largest art museum in the world. The museum contains more than 450,000 artefacts, which makes it one of the most comprehensive museums in America. It comprises 8,161 paintings, surpassing most A... View Information
USS Constitution Museum
Launched in Boston in 1797, the USS Constitution is the oldest commissioned warship afloat. The ship earned the nickname “Old Ironsides” during the 1812 war where she was pitted against the British frigate HMS Guerriere. ... View Information
Old North Church
Located at 193 Salem Street, in the North End, Boston, Old Town Church is the place from where the famous “one if by land, two if by sea” signal is sent. The phrase was used during Paul Revere’s midnight ride on April 18,... View Information
Charles River Esplanade
Located on the south bank of Charles River Basin, the esplanade is a state-owned park in Boston. The park contains walkways, statutory, the Hatch Memorial Shell performance stage, playground, ball fields, and Community Boating. The esplanad... View Information
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
A leading American art collector, philanthropist, and patron of the arts, Isabella Stewart Gardner founded the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. Gardner was a friend of the noted artists and intellectuals of her day including John... View Information
Old State House
Established in 1713, the Old State House is a historic building which served as the seat of Massachusetts General Court until 1798. It is also considered one of the oldest public buildings in the United States, which features interactive gu... View Information
Massachusetts State House
State capital and seat of government for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the Massachusetts State House is located in Beacon Hill in the neighbourhood of Boston. The building was designed by Charles Bulfinch and came into existence in Jan... View Information
Museum of Science
Established in 1830 with the name of Boston Society of Natural History by seven men interested in natural history, the organisation came into existence for the purpose of collecting and studying natural history elements. The museum has now... View Information
The Greenway Carousel
With hand-crafted characters inspired by the air, sea, and land animals, the Greenway Carousel is one of its kind. The carousel features 36 seats on 14 characters designed by Boston school children. One of the most fun, safe, and affordable... View Information
Boston Public Library
Established in 1848, Boston Public Library with its 24 million volumes and electronic resources is the third-largest public library in the United States. It is also a library of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, which means all adult resid... View Information
Faneuil Hall
Considered as a site of speeches and meetings, Faneuil Hall was opened in 1743 and was graced with many independent leaders. Now a part of Boston National Historical Park, the hall is often referred to as The Cradle of Liberty. Faneuil Hall... View Information
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