Symphony Hall is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

1. Symphony Hall

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Concert Hall · Fenway - Kenmore - Audubon Circle - Longwood · 301 Massachusetts Ave (at Huntington Ave.), Boston, MA

Michelin Travel & LifestyleMichelin Travel & Lifestyle: Symphony Hall houses many treasures, including one of the world’s finest organs, and 16 replicas of Greek and Roman statues celebrating music, art, and literature. -- Green Guide Editor

TD Garden is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

2. TD Garden

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Basketball Stadium · Downtown Boston · 100 Legends Way (at Causeway St), Boston, MA
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

3. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

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Art Museum · Medical Center Area · 280 Fenway, Boston, MA

BU TodayBU Today: One of Boston's most beloved institutions. Filled with more than 2,500 pieces, and home to mesmerizing courtyard filled year-round with flowers. Read more.

Fenway Park is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

4. Fenway Park

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Baseball Stadium · Fenway - Kenmore - Audubon Circle - Longwood · 4 Yawkey Way, Boston, MA
Freedom Trail Foundation is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

5. Freedom Trail Foundation

General Entertainment · Chinatown - Leather District · 99 Chauncy St (Delafayette), Boston, MA
Faneuil Hall Marketplace is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

6. Faneuil Hall Marketplace

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Historic Site · Downtown Boston · 1 S Market St (at Congress St & North St), Boston, MA

HISTORYHISTORY: Faneuil Hall was built by artist John Smibert in 1742 in the style of an English country market, with an open ground floor and an assembly room. The hall burned down in 1761 but was rebuilt in 1762.

7. The Old North Church

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Church · North End · 193 Salem St (at Hull St), Boston, MA

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in 1723, this church, Boston’s oldest, played a role in Paul Revere’s famous ride on April 18, 1775.

Bunker Hill Monument is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

8. Bunker Hill Monument

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Monument / Landmark · Thompson Square - Bunker Hill · 31 Monument Sq, Boston, MA

HISTORYHISTORY: This monument commemorates the Battle of Bunker Hill, where the famous command "Don't fire until you see the whites of their eyes" was issued. The ambitious visitor may climb the 295 steps to the top.

USS Constitution is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

9. USS Constitution

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Boat or Ferry · Thompson Square - Bunker Hill · Charlestown Navy Yard (199 3rd St.), Boston, MA

HISTORYHISTORY: Built in Boston and launched in 1797, this is the oldest commissioned warship still afloat. In the early 1800s, the 44-gun Constitution fought Barbary pirates off the coast of North Africa.

10. Old State House

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History Museum · Downtown Boston · 206 Washington St (at State St), Boston, MA

HISTORYHISTORY: Just outside the building, five men were among the first casualties in the Boston Massacre. The Declaration of Independence was proclaimed from the balcony in 1776.

Lexington Green is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

11. Lexington Green

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Park · Lexington Town Center · Massachusetts Ave. (at Harrington Rd. & Bedford St.), Lexington, MA

Michelin Travel & LifestyleMichelin Travel & Lifestyle: The first confrontation between British soldiers and Minutemen took place in this triangular park. Henry Kitson's statue looks best against a backdrop of fall foliage. - Green Guide Editor

Old North Bridge is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

12. Old North Bridge

Bridge · Keyes Rd & Main St, Concord, MA
Bull and Finch Pub (Cheers Beacon Hill) is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

13. Bull and Finch Pub (Cheers Beacon Hill)

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Bar · Beacon Hill · 84 Beacon St (at Brimmer St.), Boston, MA

Razorfish Client SummitRazorfish Client Summit: The original inspiration for Cheers. Of course you had to see it! It continues to attract 500,000 tourists a year.

Make Way For Ducklings is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

14. Make Way For Ducklings

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Sculpture Garden · Beacon Hill · Boston Public Garden (Beacon St and Charles St), Boston, MA

IWalked Audio ToursIWalked Audio Tours: Kids love to climb atop Mrs. Mallard and her 8 ducklings. Added in 1987 atop cobblestones rescued from city. Make Way For Ducklings is the official children's book of MA. More info avail via our blog. Read more.

Boston Public Library is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

15. Boston Public Library

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Library · Back Bay East · 700 Boylston St (at Dartmouth St), Boston, MA

HISTORYHISTORY: The library was founded in 1848 by an act of the Massachusetts legislature and first opened in 1854 in a former schoolhouse located on Mason Street. It moved here to its current building in 1895.

Boston Duck Tour (Museum Of Science) is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

16. Boston Duck Tour (Museum Of Science)

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Boat or Ferry · West End · 152-198 Red Auerbach Way, Boston, MA

IWalked Audio ToursIWalked Audio Tours: Tours on these WWII style amphibious landing vehicles are popular with kids (probably because they get to drive in the water!). Great overview of city by "conductors," each with their own personality.

Trinity Church is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

17. Trinity Church

Church · Back Bay East · 206 Clarendon St, Boston, MA

IWalked Audio ToursIWalked Audio Tours: Only church to make AIA's Most Significant Buildings in US. Designed by HH Richardson in 1877. Main tower weighs 9 million pounds! Wedding list is said to be years long. More info via blog Read more.

Mike's Pastry is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

18. Mike's Pastry

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Dessert Shop · North End · 300 Hanover St (btwn Parmenter & Prince St), Boston, MA

CheapismCheapism: Get some connoli's, cake, fruit squares, or other traditional Italian pastries. They even have marzipan and gelati. If you see a line out the door, don't worry, there are multiple registers inside. Read more.

19. Paul Revere House

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Historic Site · North End · 19 North Sq (at Moon St.), Boston, MA

HISTORYHISTORY: Starting from his home, Paul Revere set out on his famous midnight ride in 1775 to warn his compatriots that the British were coming. Built in 1680, it is one of the oldest houses in downtown Boston.

Modern Pastry Shop is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

20. Modern Pastry Shop

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Bakery · North End · 263 Hanover St (btwn Cross & Richmond), Boston, MA

Cassandra M.Cassandra Munson: Better than Mike's

Boston Common is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

21. Boston Common

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Park · Beacon Hill · Tremont St (btwn Beacon & Charles St), Boston, MA

HISTORYHISTORY: The Common was used for public hangings up until 1817. In early 1965, 100 people gathered here to protest the Vietnam War, & speeches have been given here by Martin Luther King Jr & Pope John Paul III

Boston Public Garden is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

22. Boston Public Garden

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Garden · Beacon Hill · 9 Arlington St (btwn Beacon & Boylston St), Boston, MA
Quincy Market is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

23. Quincy Market

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Historic Site · Downtown Boston · 1 Faneuil Hall Sq (btwn Clinton & Chatham), Boston, MA

HISTORYHISTORY: This pavilion was constructed 1824–1826 & named in honor of Mayor Josiah Quincy, who organized the construction without any tax or debt. It stretches 365 feet & led to the opening of six new streets.

Harvard Square is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

24. Harvard Square

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Plaza · Harvard Square · Cambridge, MA
Out of Town News is one of Touristy Things to See in Boston.

25. Out of Town News

Miscellaneous Shop · Harvard Square · 0 Harvard Sq (Brattle St), Cambridge, MA

BU TodayBU Today: It was here that Julia Child searched for obscure Italian and German cooking magazines, and rumor has it that Robert Frost stopped by for directions to a reading on a snowy winter's eve. Read more.