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Best Boston Hidden Gem Attractions   U.S.A

Started Jul-3 by Feisty Old Broad Shorty (TOILETHEA1); 140 views.

Best Boston Hidden Gem Attractions

Boston Harbor Islands State Park

This National Park consists of 34 small islands just off shore in Boston Harbor. The most popular, George's Island, is home to Fort Warren, a Civil War Landmark that housed Confederate prisoners. Visitors to the 12 islands open for exploration can camp, kayak, tour lighthouses, ride harbor ferries, hike and swim.
Suggested duration
More than 3 hours

Samuel Adams Brewery

Visit us at the Sam Adams Boston Brewery! Join one of our experiences to learn about the brew process of our R&D brewhouse or dive into exclusive barrel-aged beers paired with local cheese. Our Beer Garden and Taproom feature a constant rotation of limited-release beers and events like weekly trivia and live music. Proof of vaccination required by the city of Boston.
Suggested duration
1-2 hours

The Mapparium

"How Do You See the World" is a montage of photos—a global portrait of faces from the pages of The Christian Science Monitor. It welcomes you to a new experience at the Christian Science Plaza. offering stories and experiences that explore progress and possibilities throughout the world as you consider your own place in it. Three different exhibits connect you to positive change flowing out of the inspired actions of everyday people in countries and cultures globally, including Boston’s iconic Mapparium™ experience. The three-story Mapparium globe shows the world at one moment in time—1935. A short narration lets you consider the world before World War II from an entirely different perspective—from the inside of the world looking out.
 
 
 
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