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  • 1. Boston Public Garden

    Back Bay | Garden/Arboretum

    The Public Garden is America's oldest botanical garden, and is replete with gorgeous formal plantings. Keep in mind that the Boston Public Garden...Read More

  • 2. Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum

    Downtown | Museum/Gallery

    This lively museum offers an interactive look at the past in a place as close as possible to the actual spot where the Boston Tea Party took...Read More

  • 3. Faneuil Hall

    Government Center | Information Center

    Faneuil Hall has always sat in the middle of Boston's main marketplace and, to be clear, the single building facing Congress Street is the real...Read More

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  • 4. Old North Church

    North End | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    At one end of the Paul Revere Mall is a church famous not only for being the oldest standing church building in Boston (built in 1723) but for...Read More

  • 5. Quincy Market

    Government Center | Plaza/Square/Piazza

    Quincy Market, also known as Faneuil Hall Marketplace, is not everyone's cup of tea; some people prefer grit to polish, and disdain the shiny...Read More

  • 6. Arlington Street Church

    Back Bay | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Opposite the Park Square corner of the Public Garden, this church was erected in 1861—the first to be built in the Back Bay. Though a classical...Read More

  • 7. Blackstone Block

    North End | Neighborhood/Street

    Between North and Hanover streets, near the Haymarket, lies the Blackstone Block, now visited mostly for its culinary landmark the Union Oyster...Read More

  • 8. Copley Square

    Back Bay | Plaza/Square/Piazza

    Every April thousands find a glimpse of Copley Square the most wonderful sight in the world: this is where the runners of the Boston Marathon...Read More

  • 9. Ebenezer Clough House

    North End | House/Mansion/Villa

    Built in 1712, this house is now the only local survivor of its era aside from Old North Church, which stands nearby. Picture the streets lined...Read More

  • 10. John Hancock Tower

    Back Bay | Financial Institution

    In the early 1970s, the tallest building in New England became notorious as the monolith that rained glass from time to time. Windows were improperly...Read More

  • 11. King's Chapel

    Downtown | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    Both somber and dramatic, King's Chapel looms over the corner of Tremont and School streets. Its distinctive shape wasn't achieved entirely...Read More

  • 12. Old Corner Bookstore Site

    Downtown | Local Interest–Sight

    Through these doors, between 1845 and 1865, passed some of the century's literary lights: Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, and Henry...Read More

  • 13. Symphony Hall

    Back Bay | Arts/Performance Venue

    While Boston's Symphony Hall—the home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra and the Boston Pops—is considered among the best in the world for its...Read More

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