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Best things to do in Boston

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Baseball Stadium
“Legendary home of the Red Sox Historic, small-capacity ballpark, home of the Red Sox & occasional big-name concert venue. ”
305local recommendations
Art Museum
“Impressionist art & Egyptian treasures Neoclassical & modern wings house a vast collection from ancient Egyptian to contemporary American. ”
309local recommendations
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. ”
273local recommendations
Art Museum
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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. ”
206local recommendations
Park
“Venerable park with historic credentials Storied, nearly 50-acre urban park that hosted British troops during the American Revolution. ”
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Garden
“Tranquil 19th-century urban park Placid, verdant, circa-1837 city park with a lagoon, boat rides, fountains & other sights. ”
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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)"”
214local recommendations
Historic Site
“Historic indoor-outdoor shopping center Shopping center with many stores & restaurants comprising 3 historic market buildings & a promenade. ”
192local recommendations
Park
“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. ”
200local recommendations
Science Museum
“Interactive exhibits & an IMAX theater Venerable institution with interactive exhibits, a dome-shaped IMAX/3D film theater & a planetarium. ”
166local recommendations
American Restaurant
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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. ”
162local recommendations
Yoga Studio
“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.”
159local recommendations
University
“Famed private research university founded in 1861 & known for its science & engineering programs.”
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Vegetarian / Vegan Restaurant
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“Great Vegan and Vegetarian food. Try the Green Goddess and fantastic smoothies!”
131local recommendations
Aquarium
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“Giant ocean tank with over 2,000 animals A giant glass tank spiraled by a multilevel walkway is the main draw at this waterfront attraction. ”
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Plaza
“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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