Welcome to Boston, Beantown. Boston is one of the most important cities in America and has been since before America was an independent country. Boston was founded in 1630 and played such an important role in the American Revolution and related events that it has been called The Cradle of Liberty. Today Boston is a great city to visit thanks to some very special events and museums.

Boston is also a great city for sports tourism, with the exciting Red Sox playing in the famous Fenway park.

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Prudential Center & Tower – Skywalk Observatory

The Prudential Center in Boston opened on Patriot’s Day in April 1965 with an elaborate 3-day ceremony. This was a well-planned event and one that was designed to emphasize Prudential’s commitment to national independence, as well as represent the combined efforts of public and private enterprise. There were 35,000 visitors on the first day of […]

Boston’s Harborwalk from Chelsea Creek

The Harborwalk is a public walkway that begins at Chelsea Creek and goes through six neighborhoods in Boston to end at the Neponset River. Along the 46.9-mile waterfront walkway are an amazing number of attractions and amenities including a large variety of interpretative art of the past, present, and future along the Fan Pier, fish […]

Boston Duck Tours

There are many things to see and do in Boston, but the Duck Tours are something different in the way of entertainment. These are not the usual walking tours around the city, visiting historic attractions along the way; these take you across land and water. Andy Wilson, Massachusetts’ small business person of the year in […]

Museum of Fine Arts – Boston

The Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) opened in Boston’s Copley Square in 1876 and moved to its present location at 465 Huntington Avenue in 1909. In addition to being New England’s largest museum, the MFA has an interesting architectural history, as well. A number of renovations and improvements have been made to the original, Gothic-style […]

Boston Common – The Esplanade

The history of Boston Common dates back to 1634, when it was no more than a cow pasture, a military training ground, and a place for public hangings. Today, the Boston Common is a 50-acre public park, one of the oldest in America, bordered by Beacon Hill, the Public Garden, and downtown Boston. In addition […]

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