The Old North Church
When Paul Revere made his famous midnight ride it was in the steeple of the Old North Church where the lanterns hung—one if by land and two if by sea. Built in 1723 and located 193 Salem Street, the Old North Church is a piece of American history that can’t be missed.
Even if you’re not a baseball fan who hasn’t heard about the Green Monster? Fenway Park is one of the oldest and most iconic ballparks in the United States, and a must see Boston landmark.
Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum
The Boston Tea Party was a major precursor to the American Revolution. On December 13, 1773 political protesters known as the Sons of Liberty and led by Samuel Addams boarded ships owned by the East India Tea Company and threw the chests of tea in to Boston Harbor. You can board the ships yourself and relive this historical moment.
Top 3 Things to Do In Boston
Shopping on Newbury Street
Eight blocks of shops, boutiques, and of course food. Newbury street is one of the most fashionable locations in Boston’s iconic Back Bay. There’s more to Newbury Street than just shopping, there you’ll find art galleries as well as some of Boston’s best night life.
Visit the Universities
Boston is home to some of the most well-known, and well respected universities in the world. Visitors to Boston can enjoy strolling the campus at Harvard, MIT, Boston College, and many more.
Lunch at “Cheers”
Where everybody knows your name. The Bull and Finch pub, located at 84 Beacon Street, was the inspiration for, and provided the exterior shots for, the 1980s TV show Cheers. Mosey up to the bar and grab yourself a pint of Sam Addams Boston Ale and if you’re feeling really hungry sink your teeth into the Giant Norm Burger.