All Women's Talk

Your Sightseeing Checklist for Boston ...

By Neecey

Boston is one of the country's oldest cities and also one that is so important to America's history as a nation. And as a thriving modern metropolis, visitors can revel in the juxtaposition of antique and contemporary. Ready to jot down the places and attractions you need to see and things to do when you visit Boston?

1 Where Everybody Knows Your Name ... Cheers Bar

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2 Ride the Swan Boat in Boston's Public Gardens


3 Eat Pizza in Little Italy

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4 Look across the Ocean at Little Brewster Island, Boston Harbor


5 Capture the Skyline with Your Camera


6 Start the Freedom Trail at Boston Common

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7 Next Stop - the Old State House

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8 On to the Park Street Church

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9 Then to the Granary Burying Ground

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10 Next Stop King's Chapel

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11 Then the Benjamin Franklin Statue and Boston Latin School

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12 Make a Stop at the Old Corner Bookstore

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13 See the Site of the Boston Massacre

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14 On to Faneuil Hall

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15 Next Stop Copp's Hill Burying Ground


16 Bunker Hill Monument Comes Next


17 View the USS Constitution

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18 Last Stop on the Freedom Trail - the Old North Church

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19 Shop in Quincy Market

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20 East Coast Meets East in Chinatown

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21 Must Have a Boston Creme Pie

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22 Eat in One the USA's Oldest Restaurants - Union Oyster House

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23 Visit Paul Revere's House - the Oldest Wooden Building in Boston

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24 Keep Quiet at the Boston Public Library


25 Admire the Exhibits at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum


26 Eat a Plate of Boston Baked Beans

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27 Have Some Quiet Time in Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park


28 Take a Stroll along the Waterfront

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29 Get a Different View of the World at the Mapparium, Mary Baker Eddy Library

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30 Make Way for Ducklings in Boston Common

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31 See a Game at Fenway Park

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32 Get a 360° View from the Prudential Center Skywalk

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33 See the Skinny House - the Narrowest House in Boston

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34 Relive History at the Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum

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35 Walk the Cobbles in Beacon Hill


36 Take the Duck Tour

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37 Stop a While in Copley Square

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38 Take the Sam Adams Brewery Tour

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39 Skate on Frog Pond (winter Only)


40 Star-gaze at the Coit Observatory at Boston University


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