Attractions in Boston
The city of Boston welcomes an approximate annual figure of 12 million visitors.  Experiencing Boston is a combination of history, education and culture.  This diverse city has plenty to offer with a variety of museums, higher educational institutions and a range of other attractions. 

Historic New England
This heritage organization provides visitors with the opportunity to experience a glance into the past. Historic New England provides exhibitions and collections and a variety of house museums featuring historic properties may be viewed during the period of June 1 to October 15 each year.
Institute of Contemporary Art
A part of the entertainment at the Institute of Contemporary Art is in appreciating the design of the building itself that is a combination of glass and metal and situated on the waterfront.  This location offers exhibitions and collections demonstrating modern art culture.  This attraction presents a museum, shop and café.  It should be noted that this venue is closed on Mondays.
Harvard University
This world renowned educational institution was founded in 1636. A visit to the Harvard University offers arts, activities and a national history museum showing a part of American history and culture. Free walking tours are available of the campus and are guided by students.
USS Constitution
The USS Constitution is one of the top attractions in Boston.  A visit to this old ship provides an interactive educational experience and a great learning adventure for all the family.  Visitors may enjoy a trip to a museum and the "Old Ironsides" ship. Admission to this location is by donation.
Old North Church
The Old North Church was built in 1723 and is Boston's oldest church building.  The church's set of 8 bells are believed to be the oldest in North America. There are different visiting hours at different times of the year.  The church hosts a Sunday service at 9am and 11am and a Thursday evening service at 6pm.
Museum of Science
This is a fascinating and educational museum that offers exhibitions and shows that include a planetarium, IMAX and a simulator.  The museum provides an insight to space, natural science and the live world and hosts special events and activities.  There are dining options for hungry visitors.
The New England Aquarium
The New England Aquarium was established in 1969 and boasts more than 1.3 million visitors each year.  This provides an enthralling insight into the ocean world and is one of the leading attractions for travelers to Boston.
The Freedom Trail
The Freedom Trail in Boston involves 16 sites of historical interest. This track is 2½ miles long and is a great way to grasp an insight to the history of the area.  Visitors may select a guided tour of the Freedom Trail or may choose to explore the trail alone.  A guided tour takes a few hours to look at a couple of hundred years in the history of America.
Boston's Children's Museum
This museum was established in 1913 and today offers an interactive educational experience for kids with a variety of hands-on exhibits.  It should perhaps be noted that children under the age of 16 must be accompanied in the museum by an adult.  This museum helps to provide children with an understanding of the world in an interesting and fun way and aims to encourage a healthy, green and global view.