New England Aquarium Tourism

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In a town that is full of top attractions and exciting destinations, the New England Aquarium is truly a “must-see” spot in Boston. For nearly 50 years, the New England Aquarium has been of the most popular places for people to go whether they are visiting the Hub for a day, a weekend or even just a couple of hours. The aquarium’s unique combination of education, entertainment and fun annually draws about 1.3 million visitors each year – you could be next! Even if you’ve been fortunate enough to explore the New England Aquarium in the past, it’s well-worth another trip because … [Read more...]

Top Boston Tourist Attractions

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You know it’s springtime in New England when it’s barely 40 degrees Fahrenheit outside and yet everyone is happily dancing about in shorts and flip flops. We endure long winters here, and we waste no time with this in-between weather—Bostonians are an all or nothing type of people. Just as Boston’s people can be seen out and about celebrating the end of winter, outdoor Boston attractions also start to open up this time of year. You’ll frequently spot Boston Duck Tours full of camera-happy tourists and Red Sox fans making their way to Fenway Park. If you’re traveling to Boston, … [Read more...]

Boston Attractions List

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In a dynamic city like Boston, there are so many landmarks and attractions that it’s almost hard to keep track of them all. Of course, we’re not complaining—that just means more history to explore, sporting events to watch, technology to discover, art to survey, and entertainment to see. You can tour all of Boston’s unique neighborhoods, from the North End to Southie, with a  Go Boston Card attractions pass and discover new wonders wherever you turn. Looking for Fenway Park tour discount tickets? This is for you! New England Aquarium Discount Tickets? Your pass gets you those, … [Read more...]

Fall Foliage in Boston Area

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Football is starting, baseball is ending and you know what that means (in New England at least)… the leaves are falling off the trees. There is perhaps no better state in the Northeast than Massachusetts to see fall foliage in all of its glory. If you are going to visit the area in order to scope out leaves, pick some apples and take a tour or two, there are plenty of Boston Attractions to round out your trip with. You may want to see Boston's Old State House Museum or the New England Aquarium during your visit but, if you came for the leaves, taking the Fall Foliage Tour should be … [Read more...]

Boston in Three Days

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You could probably spend three weeks in Boston and still not get to everything that the Hub has to offer, but odds are you don’t have the time to do that. In order to help deal with that little slice of reality, the folks at Smart Destinations have created a schedule (and a card) to help you cram an extremely solid Beantown visit into just three days. The 3-Day Go Boston Card is simple, convenient (as you’ll see below) and also affordable! That said, there’s also this Experience Boston in 3 Days itinerary that gives you myriad options for what you have to choose from in three days - … [Read more...]

New England Aquarium Discount Tickets

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No visit to Boston would be complete without a stop in at the New England Aquarium. Located right on Boston harbor, the aquarium has been undergoing a massive renovation that is almost complete. During the project, the New England Aquarium’s Giant Ocean Tank has undergone a top-to-bottom, 21st-century transformation. During the process, many of the animals that called the Giant Ocean Tank home were moved to the penguin exhibit and the penguins were moved off-site. Starting July 1, the penguins (and the animals in the Giant Ocean Tank) will be back and awaiting your visit! To give a little … [Read more...]

What’s New at the Museum of Science Boston This Summer?

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The summer weather is already underway, and before you know it, the kids will be out of school. Of course, summer is a time for barbeques and swimming pools, but that doesn’t mean you can’t sneak in a little educational fun for the kids at the world-class Museum of Science, Boston. Better yet, the whole family will enjoy the new exhibits, shows, and events opening at the Museum this summer. From ancient Egypt to outer space, the opportunities for discovery are endless.   Most recently the Museum presents Lost Egypt: Ancient Secrets, Modern Science, a new temporary exhibit … [Read more...]