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Arnold Arboretum

As part of Harvard University and established in 1872, the Arnold Arboretum is the oldest public arboretum in North America. A vast collection of trees, vines, shrubs, and flowers extend over 265 acres of land and contain over 1.3 million plant specimens.[Learn more]

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Boston Public Garden

Established in 1837 by Horace Gray, Boston Public Garden is 24 acres of lush green botany in the heart of Boston. One of the best Boston attractions, the gardens have inspired many great American poets and writers, making appearances in their works[Learn more]

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Fenway Park

The oldest and most storied stadium in Major League Baseball is Boston's Fenway Park. Much of the stadium remains the way it was when it opened on April 20, 1912.[Learn more]

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Freedom Trail

If immersing yourself in American history is what you came to Boston for, look no further than the Freedom Trail. The trail consists of a 2.5 walk that leads to 16 historically significant sites.[Learn more]

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Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Originally opened on July 4, 1876 in Boston's Copley Square, The Museum of Fine Arts Boston initially held around 5,600 pieces of art. By 1909 the museum moved to Huntington Avenue where the museum's art collection grew to nearly 450,000 works.[Learn more]

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New England Aquarium

The New England Aquarium is a prominent fixture on the city's waterfront, and a popular attraction for visitors young and old. The aquarium houses 20,000 animals from 600 species.[Learn more]

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New England Holocaust Memorial

The New England Holocaust Memorial is a chilling reminder of one of the most atrocious acts in human history. It was dedicated in October of 1995 as a way to encourage reflection and to foster unity for all affected by this period in time.[Learn more]

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Paul Revere House

The home of American hero Paul Revere rests on a quiet corner in Boston's North End. The house today is a museum, offering tours of the original three-story house, which was built in 1680.[Learn more]

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Skywalk Observatory

Atop the skyscraping Prudential Center is Boston's Skywalk Observatory. This vantage-point offers a rare 360-degree panorama of Boston, the bay, and beyond. While you're there, check out the Antenna Audio Tour of the city's landmarks.[Learn more]

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The Boston Symphony Orchestra

Founded in 1881 by Henry Lee Higginson, the Boston Symphony Orchestra plays the majority of its concert's in Boston's Symphony Hall and in the summer changes venues and performs at the Tanglewood Music Center.[Learn more]

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