West End is a welcoming neighborhood that's popular for its restaurants. The neighborhood's charm comes through with its architecture. Other highlights include the local live music and shopping, as well as the natural splendor of the gardens.
Chinatown is a welcoming, walkable area. The area has many appealing features, among them its festivals and China town. For a taste of the local culture, you can check out the theater scene and opera houses.
East Cambridge is a welcoming, walkable neighborhood with convenient options for restaurants and bars. Other highlights include the local shopping and museums, as well as the natural splendor of the riverfront.
The USA's first warship, 'Old Ironsides' is a beautifully preserved vessel with excellent accompanying exhibits. Be sure to visit the World War 2 ship which is docked next to the Constitution - two ships for the price of none
If you want to enjoy the art collection but in a more relaxed, sociable atmosphere, try First Fridays, where the spectacular art collection can be enjoyed on the first Friday evening of the month with cocktails and tapas.
A visit to American revolutionary Paul Revere is a must for history fans and is included with most tours of historic Boston. Every room in the house has an expert on hand, so be sure to take everything in and ask plenty of questions
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The Seaport District may be booming, but you don’t need a big wallet to enjoy it. You can spend a day just checking out the Institute of Contemporary Art, perusing the free book cart at Norman B. Leventhal Park, and treating yourself to stuffed clams at Yankee Lobster.