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Ever since the colonial days, Boston has been one of the most intriguing cities in the United States. Its rich history is rivaled only by the vast amount of things it has to offer. Whether youíre a college student, child, or an adult, there is plenty to find in Boston Massachusetts. From sports and nightlife to culture and nature, there is truly something for everyone. Letís look at what Bean Town has to offer.

Boston offers some great shopping and markets for those looking for a bargain. One of the more popular places to shop is Newbury Street. While this isnít really the best place to find a bargain, it has a great atmosphere. It is more of a traditional shopping area that tries to remain true to its heritage. You can find silversmiths, jewelers and many original shops that date back several years. This is a great place to see the heritage of Boston and get involved in the culture.

You can also visit the oldest public park in the United States in Boston. Boston Common offers a lush green setting in the city that is great for families and nature-lovers. It can get a little crowded on certain days around the lake. However, it is hard to find such a beautiful place with a subway station under it.

In addition to having some beautiful natural sights, Boston also offers some of the best sporting venues in the world. What kind of an article about Boston would this be without mentioning the Red Sox? In fact, youíll probably only be in Boston for about 5 minutes before you hear someone talking about the Sox or how much they hate Manny Ramirez. Boston residents are definitely proud of their Red Sox and theyíre not afraid to let you know about it. They also have good reason to be as the Red Sox have won two World Series trophies in the last few years.

The Red Sox play in the world-famous Fenway Park. This baseball park is known for ďThe Green MonsterĒ which is a huge green wall in the outfield. It is also one of the last remaining baseball stadiumís that utilizes a manual scoreboard. Instead of hooking up some lights, they pay a guy to sit inside the scoreboard and put up big numbers every time something happens. The stadium has been around since 1912, which makes it one of the oldest stadiums in the country. In fact, the stadium offers tours every day that take you through the inner workings of Fenway.

In addition to having a great baseball team, the Boston area also has a football team that you may have heard of - The New England Patriots. The Patriots reside in Foxboro which is outside of Boston. Winners of three Super Bowls this decade, they are considered by many to be a dynasty. Last year, they became the first team to go 18-0 before losing in the Super Bowl.

While Boston residents are usually Red Sox fans first and foremost, they are very proud of their football team as well. Gillette Stadium is one of the nicer stadiums in the NFL. It now boasts the new CBS Scene at the stadium. This is a premier sports destination that features a one-of-a-kind experience for the sports fan.

If you like nightlife, Boston has a lot to offer. It has several hotspots that are great for the club-goer. Lansdowne Street is located adjacent to Fenway Park and is known as one of the hotspots for nightlife. Many people will hit the bars and clubs that it has to offer before and after a Red Sox game.

One of the more popular destinations is Billís Bar and Lounge. It has been known to host some of the Red Sox players from time to time and has a great atmosphere. Some of the other popular destinations on Lansdowne include Jillianís, Karma Club, and Axis. Regardless of where you go on Lansdowne, youíll find something fun to do. Located right there together are several bars, night clubs and restaurants. Just go down Lansdowne and you canít miss it.

If the club scene isnít your cup of tea (sorry for the Boston pun) the city also has a rich cultural side. In the prestigious theater district, they have several theaters to offer including: The Colonial Theater, the Wang, and the Boston Opera House. These are sure to entertain you and give you a sense of the Boston culture.

The Boston area also has a lot to offer families. Regardless of what you like to do, you can find it nearby. If your kids like animals (and whose kids donít?) there are a number of zoos and aquariums in the area. The Franklin Park Zoo offers 72 acres of animals and open play space for kids. This is a great place to take kids of all ages. Another great place to take kids is the Mystic Aquarium. It is just outside of Boston and offers kids a glimpse at underwater life. Every sea creature you can imagine is here for your viewing pleasure.

Boston also offers the Science Museum and the Museum of Fine Arts, which are great for inquisitive little minds to get some education on your vacation. Finally, your kids will love the Boston Aquarium on the waterfront as well.

In addition to culture, sports and nightlife, Boston also offers some of the best dining around. The top-ranked restaurant in the area LíEspalier is known for its atmosphere and its amazing French food. The restaurant is actually placed in a Back Bay townhouse and is one of the more upscale dining experiences youíll ever have.

Besides upscale choices like LíEspalier, Boston has every kind of cuisine imaginable. From steakhouses to Chinese, you really canít go wrong. Just bring your appetite and your wallet.

Overall, Boston truly does offer something for every type of person. Whether you like sports or a night on the town, youíll definitely find everything youíre looking for. Regardless of what you decide to do, just make sure you set aside some time. It will take you awhile to get to everything in Boston.

Here are some more fantastic Boston destinations you shouldn't miss:

  • Top of the Hub
  • Dali Restaurant and Tapas Bar
  • Charles Street Inn
  • Fenway Park
  • Cantab Lounge
  • DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park
  • U.S.S. Constitution
  • Mr. Bartley's Burger Cottage
  • Children's Museum
  • Esplanade
  • Boston Duck Tours
  • Boston Symphony Hall
  • Bunker Hill Monument

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