Top 7 Boston Historic Attractions

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History buffs will delight in the many activities and monuments available to Boston visitors and residents. Its rich history ranges from boats and museums to libraries and lighthouses. Explore the coastal area or take an excursion through downtown!
Top 7 Boston Historic Attractions
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Dive deep into the past, observing centuries-old sites like the Old Sturbridge Village, Old North Church, and the Paul Revere House with the Boston Go Card. Your pass will give you the opportunity to visit over 60 attractions, including at least eight historic sites, many made popular from the Revolutionary War.
Available 310 days between Now & Mar 31, 2016 View Schedule
Learn more about the American Revolution, both in the past battles and its writers. You'll be able to see the homes of famous novelists like Nathaniel Hawthorne and Louisa May Alcott, discovering more about some of the most famous literary works in history. Also included are sights like Harvard Yard and Cambridge Commons.
Available 205 days between Now & Feb 27, 2016 View Schedule
Each year, more than 200,000 people visit this beautiful library, packed full of manuscripts, photographs, pictures, and other printed copy honoring the famous president, JFK. It's all available to the public, and it has been one of the staples of the Boston area for over 25 years, sitting close to the beautiful harbor.
Available 219 days between Now & Dec 31, 2015 View Schedule
On this awesome historical tour, you'll take a motorcoach along Paul Revere's famous ride, visit the houses of famous writers like Mary Louise Alcott, and see some of the most popular historical sites, like Harvard Yard, Cambridge Common, and the USS Constitution.
Available 205 days between Now & Feb 27, 2016 View Schedule
This historic sightseeing cruise will lead you through the inner harbor to many important sites, including that of Griffin’s Wharf, which was the most probable location of the Boston Tea Party December 16, 1773! Sail around to catch glimpses of where the clipper ships are built, the USS Constitution, the Federal Courthouse Building, Boston’s working port, extravagant waterfront living, and the Logan International Airport!
Available 114 days between Now & Sep 27, 2015 View Schedule
For one of the most popular historical attractions in Boston, take this relaxing cruise to see the oldest commissioned warship in the US, the USS Constitution. After looking over the historic vessel, lean back and take in the cool Bostonian breezes on the way back to Boston.
Available 219 days between Now & Dec 31, 2015 View Schedule
This fun pass packs in all the best Boston highlights, giving you the option to pick and choose the areas that you most desire to see, whether you're interested in the Museum of Fine Arts or you would like to see the New England Aquarium. Your Boston visit will be complete with a perfect mix of science, artism, and history throughout these museums and attractions.
Available 278 days between Now & Feb 28, 2016 View Schedule
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