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A Tourist’s Guide to the Boston Museum of Science
New England in the Fall: Why It’s the Best Autumn Destination in America
As swim trunks give way to sweaters and the summer greens take on their annual autumn colors, more than 8 million "leaf peepers" flock to New England in the Fall to take in the breathtaking views. However, a New England fall trip offers more than its brilliant fall foliage.
3 Reasons To Take a Historic Sightseeing Cruise in Boston
It can be hard to decide what you want to do when trying to make the most of your travel time — so why not try something new? Take in the ocean breeze, skyline views, and a variety of iconic historical and contemporary sites on a Boston Harbor City Cruise.
What to Do When You Visit Boston
Few cities hold as much history as Boston, the capital of Massachusetts and home to some of the nation’s best-loved historical attractions. Known for its pivotal role in the Revolutionary War, this colonial city has some of the most prestigious colleges, museums, and entertainment activities.
Enjoy Underwater Life With Your Tadpole at the New England Aquarium
Sometimes we forget that the earth is over 70% water and that a full 15% of all living creatures call the ocean home. But the New England Aquarium in Boston, Massachusetts, has not forgotten, and once you visit, you’ll never look at marine life the same way again.
Beyond Fall Foliage: Things to Do in Boston in Fall
Crisp air, the crunch of autumn leaves and holiday festivities are what people look forward to come the end of summer. When the warm days drift away, don’t spend the cool seasons hibernating under a blanket—Boston is the perfect New England city to welcome fall and winter, and the town comes alive with events and activities. Come experience the many fun things to do in Boston in fall!