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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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Art Museum
“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: ”
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Art Museum
“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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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:”
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American Restaurant
“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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“Great attraction to visit! From different species of fish to penguins, this aquarium is great for all ages! ”
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American Restaurant
“Soaring 52 floors above the Back Bay, Top of the Hub’s award winning cuisine, service and ambiance of comfortable sophistication blend with the serenity of Boston’s best skyline views to deliver a truly one-of-a-kind dining experience.”
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Hockey Arena
“The Celtics and the Bruins play here.. Walk to the "T" then... 17 minutes from here via the orange line, or 20 minutes via the Green Line”
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Art Museum
“Walk from South Station or take the Silver Line bus. Beautiful walk along the harbor in the summer.”
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Tapas Restaurant
“The #1 tapas plate is the grilled corn. Sounds simple, but it's quite the opposite!”
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Indie Movie Theater
“ Independent, nonprofit, art house cinema, an anchor for the area’s quality of life. Special programs you love: Science on Screen℠, Big Screen Classics, Coolidge After Midnite, The Sounds of Silents®, Cinema Jukebox®, Kids’ Shows, Box Office Babies, NT Live, Opera at the Cinema, and more! Movies you can’t see anywhere else, curated for your enjoyment. Maintaining the beauty of this historic theater, along with modern, top-quality sound and projection. Keeping the screens free of commercials.”
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Science Museum
“Wonderful intimate museum with a hand-pulled glass botany exhibit that will blow your mind, minerals exhibited in beautiful wood and glass display cases, a variety of dinosaur, bird and animal exhibits. ”
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Indie Movie Theater
“If you need to get to the movies, it's close! And located in lively Davis Square.”
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Rock Club
“Live music / bar. Lots of live music options in central square, this is one of the more popular ones. ”
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Seafood Restaurant
“I love sitting on the balcony eating oysters overlooking the Harbor on a beautiful day!”
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“This park, part of the Emerald Necklace of green spaces, includes a zoo, golf course & arboretum.”
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