• Boston, Mass., Skyline

    Discover top things to see and do in this historic Massachusetts city.   See the Gallery

  • Fenway Park in Boston

    Published 04/11/13 in Places
    Fenway Park in Boston

    One of the last remaining baseball parks built during the golden era of the sport, Fenway Park opened in 1912. Players who have competed there include Cy Young, Babe Ruth, Ted Williams, Carlton Fisk…   See the Image

  • Spectacle Island in Boston Harbor

    Thirty islands are sprinkled about Boston Harbor. Boaters head to Spectacle Island, which has a new 105-acre park with a beach, restrooms, hiking trails, a cafe and a hill with panoramic views of the…   See the Image

  • John Hancock Tower in Boston

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    John Hancock Tower in Boston

    Located in the Back Bay neighborhood, the John Hancock Tower has been the tallest building in Boston – and New England – for more than 30 years. The 60-story, 790-foot structure was designed by Henry…   See the Image

  • Boston, Mass., Skyline

    Published 04/11/13 in Places
    Boston, Mass., Skyline

    Founded in 1630 by English Puritans, Boston is one of our nation’s oldest cities. It was home to fiery revolutionaries such as Samuel Adams, who staged the Boston Tea Party to protest taxation by…   See the Image

  • Old State House in Boston

    Published 04/11/13 in Places
    Old State House in Boston

    The Old State House was the center of Boston in the 18th century and is home to some of the most historic events in the leadup to the American Revolution. Samuel Adams, James Otis, John Hancock and…   See the Image

  • Boston's Left Bank

    Published 04/11/13 in Places
    Boston's Left Bank

    Cambridge was always known for its bohemian lifestyle, Harvard University and the diverse population it attracts. It offers loads of restaurants, shopping and diversions such as jugglers and…   See the Image

  • Boston Common

    Published 04/11/13 in Places
    Boston Common

    Boston Common is the anchor for the Emerald Necklace, a system of connected parks that winds through many of Boston's neighborhoods. Designed by Frederick Law Olmstead, the architect of New York's…   See the Image

  • Beacon Hill Neighborhood in Boston

    Boston's historic Beacon Hill neighborhood is known for its Federal-style rowhouses, gas-lit streets and brick sidewalks. Located near Boston Common and the Boston Public Garden, this is one of the…   See the Image

  • Newbury Street in Boston's Back Bay Neighborhood

    Boston's iconic Back Bay neighborhood is an upscale residential and commercial area with popular shopping districts such as Newbury Street. Victorian brownstone buildings populate its northern part,…   See the Image

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