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Vacations are all about taking it easy, although it's nice to see some sights as well! Rest assured, you can do plenty of both in Boston.

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Travelers to this part of Eastern Massachusetts will be sharing space with roughly 600,000 residents.

This place is truly unique. No visit is complete if you miss the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and Harvard Square. And of course, there is also Copley Place and Boston Common.
Treat the kids and enjoy some quality time at the Salem Wax Museum and Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary. Want more? Salem Willows Park and Moose Hill Wildlife Sanctuary are sure to keep the smiles and laughter flowing.

New England Aquarium is an undersea excursion for the whole gang.

You'll find an array of local and exotic species peering back at you as you explore the Franklin Park Zoo and the Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary.

To find out what they do to make the brews here so flavorsome, make your way to one of their breweries. Even if beer is not your drink, it's still a great day out! Pick your favorite one, be it the Samuel Adams Brewery or the Harpoon Brewery. If you don't know yet, you might just have to do both!

Get ready for some high-speed action at the F1 Boston, the area's go-to racetrack for motoring fanatics.

From budding young botanists to weekend gardeners, everyone is sure to enjoy the floral specimens on display at the Back Bay Fens. Many travelers also like to wander around Long Hill and the Lynch Park.

When the sun is shining, pack some lunch and find a quiet corner at one of the area's picturesque green spaces, such as Boston Public Garden and Walden Pond. There's also plenty of room to lounge about in the grass at Arnold Arboretum and Castle Island.

Want to know all about your destination? Pay a visit to Lexington Visitors Center and Faneuil Hall Visitor Center. You could also stop by Concord Visitors Center and Charlestown Navy Yard Visitor Center to get some hot tips from the knowledgeable staff.

Want to see some native birds? Be sure to bring your binoculars and see which different species you can spot at Prankers Pond and Cedariver. Didn't see so much as a mosquito? Head on over to Bridge Island Meadows and Pulsifer's Cove and try your luck again.

Want to take a nice walk? You should head on down to Revere Beach, an excellent local coastline.

Switch your phone to silent and take a break from the noise of the modern world at Breakheart Reservation and Cochituate State Park. Minute Man National Historical Park and Liberty Wharf are also highly recommended by nature lovers.

See the world in a different light with some time at one of the area's fascinating cultural institutions. The USS Constitution Museum and the Museum of Science offer a range of displays and collections that are bound to keep you captivated. Another two worth considering are the Boston Children's Museum and the Institute of Contemporary Art.
Jump aboard for a voyage through this region's seafaring history at the USS Friendship. Ship-wrecked adventures don't have to stop here. More exciting tales and pieces of obsolete watercraft await at the US Naval Shipbuilding Museum and USS Salem and the Hart Nautical Galleries at MIT.

Scientific understandings are continually evolving. Learn about the latest in science technology and exploration at the MIT Museum and the Warren Anatomical Museum. The Collection of Historical Scientific Instruments and Charles Hayden Planetarium are also good options to visit.

You may think of natural museums as a place to take the children, but the captivating specimens at the Semitic Museum and the Harvard Museum of Natural History show that there's a good deal to keep the grown-ups interested as well. You could also explore the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology and the Museum of Comparative Zoology.

Boston is a hub of artistic activity, with gallery spaces galore. Start your tour of this creative enclave with a stop at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum and the Peabody Essex Museum. If you have time afterwards, the Rose Art Museum and the Harvard University Art Museums are also well worth checking out.

Eager historians can explore chronicles of former times at the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum and the Boston Tea Party Ship. Like the sound of those? Continue your explorations at the Museum of African American History and the National Heritage Museum.

The Boston University and the Harvard University are certainly worth planning a trip to, even if history isn't your forte. More stories from the days of old await at the Northeastern University and the Bunker Hill Monument.
Longfellow Bridge will be of particular interest to visitors who love civil engineering.

Get a sense of the region's military past by taking a tour of Fort Warren or Fort Sewall.

Whether you consider yourself spiritual or not, you're sure to have a pleasant time at Old North Church and Trinity Church Boston. Park Street Church and Old South Church are two more recommended holy places.

After seeing all of the major attractions in and around Boston, consider visiting a couple of its lesser-known sights. Copley Square and Kendall Square are recommended options. Also, consider seeing the Boston Athenaeum and the Mapparium if you've got the time.


Accommodation in Boston


Looking to lose yourself in Massachusetts' exciting state capital? Expedia presently lists 282 accommodation options in Boston, so it won't be hard finding a fantastic base for your stay.

Boston's more up-market accommodation options such as the Mandarin Oriental Boston, at 776 Boylston St, and the Four Seasons Hotel Boston, at 200 Boylston St are bound to charm the most discerning visitor. Alternatively, if you're after somewhere a bit more economical, you'll find the cheapest deals at the Beacon Hill Hotel & Bistro, at 25 Charles Street, or the Harvard Square Hotel, at 110 Mount Auburn Street.

No journey to Boston would be complete without a visit to Faneuil Hall Marketplace. If you'd prefer to stay in the vicinity, The Ritz-Carlton, Boston and the Fifteen Beacon are both worth checking out.