Freedom Trail

The most well-liked tour offered by the Freedom Trail Foundation recounts the revolutionary history that occurred at 11 of the recognized Freedom Trail historic sites.

Faneuil Hall

Faneuil Hall, a market hall built in 1740–1742, was donated to the city by businessman Peter Faneuil.

Fenway Park

The Red Sox, Boston's American League franchise, play their home games at Fenway Park. It is the oldest field in Major League Baseball.

The House of the Seven Gables

The House of the Seven Gables by Nathaniel Hawthorne, published in 1851, is credited for popularizing it.

Cape Cod National Seashore

The beaches, dunes, swamps, and marshes that are home to a variety of animals attract tourists to the Cape Cod National Seashore.

Harvard Square and Museums

One of the top universities in the world, Harvard University, is a destination into itself because to its magnificent museums and ancient structures.

Race Point Beach

Race Point is a lovely beach that has lifeguards, restrooms, and a changing facility. It is also well-known for its distinctive lighthouses.

Museum of Fine Arts

In Boston, Massachusetts, there is a museum of fine arts. According to the size of the public galleries, it is the 20th largest art museum in the world.

Mohawk Trail

The Mohawk Trail State Forest is home to some of Massachusetts' largest trees, with 15 species reaching record heights, including 35 white pine trees that stand more than 140 feet tall.

Martha's Vineyard

The island has long been renowned for its rugged underwater reefs, treacherous tides, and rocky shoreline.

Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge

The environments of the Cape Poge Wildlife Refuge offers swimming, hiking, fishing, or simply relaxing.

Swan Boats Public Garden

A group of float joy boats known as The Swan Boats run on a pond in Boston's Public Garden in Massachusetts.