Top 10: Must See Spots Not to Miss on Your Next Trip to Boston

Fenway Park, Boston, Massachusetts - home of the Boston Red Sox
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Boston, Massachusetts, is one of the most interesting – and historic – cities in the United States.

Home to the American Revolution, Boston also plays host to Fenway Park, the oldest surviving baseball stadium in the United States.

The Boston Red Sox played their first baseball game at Fenway Park on 9 April 1912. They went on to win 105 regular season games that season, the American League pennant, and the World Series.

Pictured Above: Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox.

10 Things You Must Do on Your Next Boston Visit

  1. Boston Red Sox – Home to the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park is one of the most celebrated baseball parks in the United States. Opening on 9 April 1912, it celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. No visit to Boston is complete without rooting for the Sox at this historic ball park. Adult Admission: from US$5 to US$46.
  2. Old Town Trolley Tours – hop on and off the trolley as it makes its way through Boston’s historic neighborhoods, which are dotted with dozens of historic sites. Adult Fare: US$42.00.
  3. Old State House– Learn about the Boston Massacre and the patriots who set in motion the revolution that led to the creation of the United States of America. Adult Admission: US$7.50.
  4. Paul Revere House – On the night of 18 April 1775, Paul Revere left this unpretentious wooden house on his famous ride to warn Samuel Adams and John Hancock that British troops were coming to arrest them. It is Boston’s oldest building and one of the few remaining buildings from early colonial America. Adult Admission: US$3.50.
  5. New England Aquarium– More than 70 aquatic exhibits. Whale Watch Cruises April through October. Adult Aquarium Admission: US$22.95.
  6. Museum of Science– the Charles Hayden Planetarium has been newly renovated. Geckos: Tails to Toepads runs through 6 May 2012. Lost Egypt: Ancient Secrets, Modern Science, from 27 May to 3 September 2012. Adult Admission: US$22.00.
  7. Skywalk Observatory– located atop at the Prudential Center, the observatory affords stunning views of the city. There is also a multimedia theatre and a Dreams of Freedom Immigration Museum. Adult Admission: US$14.
  8. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston– Seeking Shambhala, through 21 October 2012. Manet in Black, through 28 October 2012. Adult admission: US$22.00
  9. Harvard Museum of Natural History– a new exhibition entitled Mollusks: Shelled Masters of the Marine Realm runs through February 2004. Adult Admission: US$9.00.
  10. Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum – opening in June 2012, the museum will comprise three replicas of the ships on which the Boston Tea Party took place in 1773. This celebrated event sparked the beginning of the American Revolution, which would lead to an independent republic, the United States of America.

For More on Boston, Massachusetts

Please click on the following link for more on Boston: Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau

Please click on the following link for an article that was published in the Accidental Travel Writer: Top 10 New England Patriots Sports Bars.

How to Save Money in Beantown

Boston CityPASS will save you up to 49% off the combined ticket price to five of Boston’s top attractions, including RevolutionaryBoston at the Old State House, which was added 1 March 2012.

Each Boston CityPASS also includes prepaid admission to the New England Aquarium, the Museum of Science, the Skywalk Observatory at the Prudential Center, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. The Harvard Museum of Natural History can be visited in place of the Old State House.

Passes are valid for nine consecutive days beginning on the first day of use.

Click on the following link for more information: SAVE 49% with Boston CityPASS gives you admission to 5 must-see Boston attractions $46.00 CityPass price!

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