Explore Historic Places In Boston

Explore Historic Places In Boston

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Explore the beauty and intrigue of historic Boston on your own time with our curated guide to the best famous sights and landmarks.

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    Outside is a statue representing the Democratic party. Symbol originated in 1828 when opponents called Andrew Jackson a jack***. Mr. Jackson made the jest his party's symbol. More info in blog. <LINK> -- IWalked Audio Tours via Foursquare
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    It's about time to revolt once again! Time to drag these socialist out in the street and give them the boot or better still,the bayonet! Freedom is dying. DEFEND HER ! Liberty or poverty? KING OBAMA;( -- Capt.Curt via Foursquare
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    Families can see what it was like to sail on this ship when they swing in sailor hammocks and ponder whether they could stomach a meal ration of wormy hardtack. -- USA TODAY via Foursquare
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    Home of 1.6 mile Black Heritage Trail connecting 14 sites across Boston & celebrating pursuit of freedom by blacks in America. Site was 1st public school for black children. More info in blog. <LINK> -- IWalked Audio Tours via Foursquare
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    Such a very powerful and chilling monument to visit. Seeing the numbers as the steam rises up puts the impact of this horrid event into perspective and makes clear why we must never forget. -- Kevin Montano via Foursquare
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    Walk around the North End on a Saturday morning and you’ll be treated to the ringing of the bells at Old North Church, the oldest bells in North America. -- Green Guide Editor -- Michelin Travel & Lifestyle via Foursquare
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    Amazing view of the game and a slice of baseball history. Painted Fen Green which is a trademarked color, owned by the Sox. -- Drew McLellan via Foursquare
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    Looking for a great free museum about the battle of bunker hill?! Awesome diorama of the battle on the 3rd floor and bookstore on the 2nd floor -- Ashley O via Foursquare
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    Keep Hangin' Tough, Boston! <3 -s34n and JOKR -- Aleta Ewing via Foursquare
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    Bldg w/183' steeple dates to 1729. Clock from 1770 still functional. Site of baptism of Ben Franklin. On 12/16/1773 5,000 colonists gathered here before Boston Tea Party. More info in blog. <LINK> -- IWalked Audio Tours via Foursquare
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    Today, the downtown marketplace has more than 100 specialty shops and eateries and occupies a pedestrian-only, cobblestoned area that swarms with tourists and street performers. -- Travel + Leisure via Foursquare
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    You are always in for an astounding evening with the Boston Ballet - be sure to make at least one of their productions! -- Joanna Humphrey via Foursquare
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