Things to Do in Boston

Spanning 2½ miles, the Freedom Trail passes by 16 of the city's most historic sites, including Faneuil Hall Marketplace, the Paul Revere House, and Old North Church.

Freedom Trail

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Four buildings – Faneuil Hall, Quincy Market, North Market and South Market – make up the Faneuil Hall Marketplace.

The grounds of Boston Common began as a cow pasture in the mid-1600s. It was also used for Puritan punishments.

Boston Common

North End

Chances are you'll end up in the North End at least once during your trip to Boston. It is steeped in the rich history of the city.

Massachusetts State House

The gold-domed Massachusetts State House is an important building for many reasons and one of the stops on the Freedom Trail.

Museum of Fine Arts

If you want to make the most of the Museum of Fine Arts, one of the most comprehensive art institutions in the country.

Although the Boston Public Garden is right next door to the Boston Common, the two are quite separate. public garden is new.

Boston Public Garden

After the death of Isabella Stewart Gardner's husband in 1898, art lovers began buying land in the Fenway area of Boston.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

A library is not always limited to books. The main branch of the Boston Public Library at Copley Square, which opened in 1895.

Boston Public Library

Despite being located just outside the city center, a tour of the Samuel Adams Brewery is a popular stop for beer lovers.

Samuel Adams Brewery

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