Things To Do In Boston

Boston is steeped in historic sites and national pastimes. The Boston Harbor heavily influences the city’s food scene and nightlife. Modern scholars, scientists, and philosophers at Boston’s universities and colleges continue to shape Boston’s attractions and culture.

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Explore Boston Through The Tastiest Food Tours

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Boston has its fair share of themed city tours, from costumed guides on the Freedom Trail to land and water excursions all over town. But some might argue that Boston’s best tours are also the tastiest ones. Italian food crawls, romps through Chinatown, chocolate-centric tours and insider food expeditions are among the most popular you’ll find in town.

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Reenact the Boston Tea Party at Boston Tea Party Ships & Museums

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Boston is synonymous with much of America’s storied history. Perhaps most importantly, Beantown rightfully claims its place as the birthplace of the American Revolution. On December 16, 1773, the Boston Tea Party officially kicked off the revolution when the Sons of Liberty tossed a taxable tea sent by the British East India Company into the Boston Harbor to protest unnecessary impositions by the Monarchy.

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