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  • 1. Fenway Park

    Kenmore Square | Sports Venue

    Fenway Park is Major League Baseball's oldest ballpark and has seen some stuff since its 1912 opening. For one, it's the home field for the...Read More

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  • 2. 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

  • 3. Massachusetts State House

    Beacon Hill | Government Building

    On July 4, 1795, the surviving fathers of the Revolution were on hand to enshrine the ideals of their new Commonwealth in a graceful seat of...Read More

  • 4. Old South Meeting House

    Downtown | Museum/Gallery

    This is the second-oldest church building in Boston, and were it not for Longfellow's celebration of the Old North in "Paul Revere's Ride,"...Read More

  • 5. Old State House

    Downtown | Museum/Gallery

    This colonial-era landmark has one of the most recognizable facades in Boston, with its gable adorned by a brightly gilded lion and silver unicorn...Read More

  • 6. Benjamin Franklin Statue/Boston Latin School

    Downtown | Public Art

    This stop on the Freedom Trail, in front of Old City Hall, commemorates the noted revolutionary, statesman, and inventor. His likeness also...Read More

  • 7. Boston Common Visitor Information Center

    Beacon Hill | Visitor Center

    Run by the Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau this visitor information center not only serves as a well-staffed source of things...Read More

  • 8. Boston Massacre Site

    Downtown | Memorial/Monument/Tomb

    A circle of cobblestones in front of the Old State House marks the site of the Boston Massacre. To recap: it was on the snowy evening of March...Read More

  • 9. King's Chapel Burying Ground

    Downtown | Cemetery

    Legends linger in this oldest of the city's cemeteries, its first proper burying ground. Glance at the handy map of famous grave sites (posted...Read More

  • 10. Long Wharf

    Waterfront | Historic District/Site

    Stand in front of Faneuil Hall and you'll see lines on the ground marking Boston's original waterfront. Find State Street to your right and...Read More

  • 11. Museum of African American History

    Beacon Hill | Museum/Gallery

    Ever since runaway slave Crispus Attucks became one of the famous victims of the Boston Massacre of 1770, the African American community of...Read More

  • 12. Old Corner Bookstore

    Downtown | Notable Building

    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. Park Street Church

    Beacon Hill | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    If this Congregationalist church at the corner of Tremont and Park streets could sing, you'd hear Samuel Smith's iconic hymn "America," which...Read More

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