Top 5 offbeat spots to visit here in Boston
1. Fenway Park
You can’t come to Boston without experiencing the passion Bostonians have for our sports!
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2. The Boston Aquarium
Check out all the Penguins, Sea Lions and countless types of fish. The Aquarium also has an I-MAX 3D theater which is so much fun. This is a great day out with the whole family.
3. The Holocaust Memorial
This breathtaking memorial is a heart-wrenching experience with the names of every life taken in the Holocaust. It is located right outside Faneuil Hall and is a beautiful area to walk around.
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4. Boston Symphony Orchestra
If you are lucky enough to be a part of 4th of July on the esplanade, it is a once in a life time experience. With the fireworks, music and so much excitement, it is a great night for children and adults of all ages.
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5. Quincy Market
The Quincy Market really embodies so much of the spirit of Boston with the cobblestone walkways and many live musical and comedic performances. You will find many Irish bars, tons of shopping and some great pizza!
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