The city of Boston, the state capitol of Massachusetts, was founded by puritan colonists along the Shawmut peninsula, and is one of the oldest cities in America. An important town during the American revolution, Boston is rich in the countries history for the Boston tea party and other events.
While in Boston you can visit the historic ships and Boston tea party museum and dump tea overboard just as the historic colonists did in protest of British taxation on that important day. Located along the Eastern Massachusetts coast at the mouth of the Charles river, which separates Boston from Cambridge, you can visit the historic towns of Cambridge, Lexington and Concord and follow the route of Paul Revere on a luxury motor-coach. For the more adventurous you can take a duck ride in an authentic World War II amphibious vehicle and view the beautiful city of Boston from the harbor.
Boston, also known as Bean-town, is the 24th largest city in the country with a population near 600,000 people Boston is a major center for museums and performing arts, including: The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University. The John F. Kennedy Library and Museum. The Museum of Fine Arts. The Museum of Science. The New England Aquarium. For fans of the fine arts you can see the Boston Ballet and the Boston pops perform live for an experience you and the family will never forget. The popular TV show “Cheers” featured a landmark bar in Boston that you can still visit today and rub elbows with other fans, and occasionally catch Sam, norm or Woody and take pictures with the stars.
If you’re a sports enthusiast, you can see the five time world series Champions Boston Red Sox baseball team, the Boston Celtics play a game of basketball, The five time AFC Champions the New England Patriots butt heads with other teams or catch the Stanley cup winning Boston Bruins slide across the ice, all within an hour of each other. Boston also hosts Soccer and World Tennis. From fine arts to guided tours and some of the countries oldest historical landmarks, Boston is the place to view our countries fine history and traditions.
Traveling historic cities and towns of the American Revolution can be a rich and rewarding experience. You can visit sites that were important to our countries independence and re-enact events live. You can view artifacts and information about the early colonists and American Indians of the time period and take a step back in time. Relive the past, present and future. Visit Boston today.