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Best things to do in Boston

Baseball Stadium
“Home to the notorious Boston Red Sox. A must-visit site if you're a baseball fan or sightseer. Surrounding area is full of restaurants, bars, & facilities. In addition, Boston University, Emmanuel College, & Simmons College along with various secondary and post-secondary schools are within walking distance. Things to do around this area are bowling at Lucky Strike, going to a concert at the House of Blues, watching a movie at Regal Fenway theater, or taking a stroll at the Muddy River. Some food options include YardHouse, Wahlburger's, Fenmore Grill, Chipotle, Blaze Pizza, etc. The Boston Medical Campus is a 20-minute walk north of Fenway Park. Overall, the Fenway area is worth spending a substantial part of your day exploring! ”
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Taidemuseo
“Famous and popular tourist attraction for art & history lovers! This place boasts a wide collection of historical artifacts, art pieces, and beautiful architecture. Located in proximity to Northeastern University & Wentworth Institute of Technology. They also host seasonal exhibits throughout the year so be sure to check their website: https://www.mfa.org/ ”
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Taidemuseo
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“This place is a gem! Certainly one of the most beautiful museums in the city. Small, intimate and full of treasures. ”
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Puisto
“Located in the heart of downtown, Boston Common is an essential attraction for all visitors and travelers coming to Boston. Boston's financial district, downtown Crossing, Newbury Street, Copley Place, Public Garden, and many more major attractions are within walking distance. Boston Common used to be a huge grazing area for livestock in the 19th century and now turned into a common space that serves as a park and hosts multiple festivals, events throughout the year. There are various food trucks/vendors near the Park Street stop and various monuments scattered across the Commons. In the winter, the Frog Pond within the Commons transforms into an outdoor skating rink; during the summer the Frog Pond carousel is open to kids along with a nearby playground. ”
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Historiallinen paikka
“If you're looking to try classic New England staples & treats, then head over to Quincy Market. Within the Market is Faneuil Hall, which is literally a huge hall that is lined with different food vendors, from classic New England meals like lobster rolls & clam chowder to delicious treats like cannolis (if you're looking for good cannolis, I recommend Mike's Pastry which is a 15-minute walk away) and Italian gelato. If you're walking the Freedom Trail, then you will inevitably hit this location. If not, then this is a prime destination to be at. Not only is there a multitude of shopping and dining options within this area, but you are within close proximity of downtown Boston, and the beautiful Boston Harbor. This is a must-go place for any new traveler to Boston!”
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Puutarha
“Right next to the Boston Commons, the Public Garden is a popular tourist attraction especially during the spring and summer seasons. In the middle of the garden is a huge pond where tourists have the option of riding Swan boats that take you around for a short, relaxing ride. The garden is well-decorated and maintained with beautiful flowers and a common place for people to picnic, take a stroll, walk their dogs, & take photos. Although substantially smaller than New York's Central Park, the Public Garden is a great place to check out!”
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College Science Building
“'HARVARD UNIVERSITY" Founded in 1636, Harvard is America's oldest collage. It has eight graduates who went on to be US presidents, not to mention dozens of Nobel laureates. The geographic heart of Harvard is Harvard Yard. Free historical tours of Harvard Yard depart from the Smith Campus Center. Flanking Johnston Gate are the two oldest buildings on campus. North in Harvard hall, which dates to 1766 and originally housed the library. The focal point of the Yard is the John Harvard statue, where every Harvard hopeful has a photo taken (and touches the statue's shiny shoe for good luck)"”
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Spa
“Newbury St has both popular clothing stores and little-known boutiques; a great place to spend the afternoon shopping and then to settle down for dinner and drinks. ”
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Puisto
“One of Boston's oldest and most beautiful parks. You can get there on a bike path, or by car. It is about 2 miles away. ”
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Science Museum
“Great educational museum for kids! They have a variety of learning exhibits, collections, and IMAX/4D films for kids to learn and engage. More info: https://www.mos.org/”
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Amerikkalainen ravintola
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“I bring all my guests here. There is live music overnight. It's also a full service restaurant. Very class & casual. ”
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Kasvis/vegaaniravintola
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“Great Vegan and Vegetarian food. Try the Green Goddess and fantastic smoothies!”
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Joogastudio
“Italian Food and much more. Don't forget to try a local pastry shop. Grab a cannoli and espresso and head down to the waterfront to enjoy.”
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University
“Famed private research university founded in 1861 & known for its science & engineering programs.”
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Aquarium
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“Great attraction to visit! From different species of fish to penguins, this aquarium is great for all ages! https://www.neaq.org/ ”
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Aukio
“The square of the world's most famous university in the world, Harvard Square is accessibly by transit and is a great summer location to shop, take photos, visit Harvard, and enjoy the New England landscape. Popular places to eat within the area are Felipe's Taqueria (burritos), Mr. Bartley's (burgers) & Santouka (ramen). For more info: https://www.harvardsquare.com/”
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