Beacon Hill, Boston

Beacon Hill, Boston

Beacon Hill is a historic and desirable area of Boston and it’s a lovely place to walk around.  It’s only on the edge of downtown Boston, but you’ll feel like you’re a world away in another time period.  The things that make this area such an attraction are the narrow streets, some of which are cobbled, and the beautiful red-brick houses. They’re all so pretty!

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Harvard University, Massachusetts

Palace

Harvard University is one of America’s most famous educational establishments and it’s an attraction lots of people visit when staying in nearby Boston. You can visit the site for free and there’s even a dedicated Information Center to explain more about how the famous campus works. You’ll find this at the Holyoake Center Arcade on Massachusetts Avenue in the heart of Harvard Square.

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Cheers Bar, Boston

Cheers Bar, Boston

Cheers Bar in Boston is the exterior of the building used for the long-running TV series “Cheers”. It’s actually not called Cheers at all, but is the Bull and Finch pub near Boston Common.
The inside shots for the TV series were filmed in a studio, so you won’t recognise the interior but it’s still worth going inside. When you walk down the stairs, you’ll find a bar and gift shop along with some Cheers history.

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John F Kennedy Library & Museum, Boston

John F Kennedy Library & Museum

This museum at Columbia Point on the outskirts of Boston is dedicated to John F Kennedy and we found it impressive both its architecture and its contents. The museum tells the story of his early life, rise to politics and service as America’s 35th president. There are interactive displays, re-creations of rooms in the White House and decent food outlets too.

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