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Boston Fire Museum
344 Congress St (at Farnsworth St.)
"Great little museum with knowledgeable docents. Good exhibit on the 1942 Cocoanut Grove fire. Interesting info on mechanical fire box system. Worth stopping by if you are in the area."
Otis House Museum
141 Cambridge St
"Otis was 3rd Boston mayor & a US Senator. Built in 1795-6. Had to be moved 40' in 1950s when Cambridge St was widened. Now museum with insight to 18th century wealthy living. More info in blog.<LINK>"
200 Massachusetts Ave
"The Mapparium is one of the coolest things I've seen in Boston. It is an inexpensive, 1/2 hour tour that you could definitely do as a study break or whenever you have some time to kill! Check it out!"
Flour Bakery & Cafe
Bakery · $
12 Farnsworth St Fl 1 (at Congress St)
"The sandwiches are delicious. Personal favorites are the grilled roasted chicken sandwich and curried tuna salad sandwich."
Au Bon Pain
Sandwiches · $
300 Congress St. (at Boston Children's Museum)
"Excellent service. Very impressed. That being said their food is kind of boring. I stick to drinks like tea and coffee."
The Barking Crab
Seafood · $$$
88 Sleeper St (at Seaport Blvd.)
"Best crab cake appetizers anywhere. Outside atmosphere is cool, definitely for tourists. Excellent service!"
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