Boston is the biggest city and the capital of Massachusetts. Visiting Boston is a lot like turning back time. Settled in 1630, Boston features a plethora of amazing historical sights from centuries past, featuring all the comforts and friendly people of the East Coast.
A trip to Boston is necessarily a trip into American history. Boston was the center of the revolutionary movement in the 1770's, and the monuments to those glorious times still stand. Faneuil Hall was a meeting place for revolutionary leaders, and it now houses dozens of shops and restaurants. The Old State House was the site of the colonial government and is open for tours. Paul Revere's house is also open for tours, and the Old North Church and its famous lanterns are still in use. The site of the Boston Massacre where five colonists died in 1770 has been preserved. The First Public School was in Boston; some of its graduates include Sam Adams and Ben Franklin. The Granary Burying Ground in the middle of town has the graves of patriots John Hancock, Paul Revere and others. Even the Boston Tea Party is commemorated in a floating ship museum, not far from the floating museum aboard the USS Constitution, America's first great warship.
With more than 550 playful exhibits, Boston's Museum of Science makes science not only palatable but fun for kids, science-phobes and even jaded adults. There's so much to do, this museum feels like a theme park. On the waterfront, the New England Aquarium is another perennial favorite. Highlights include the ever-popular penguin exhibit, a 200,000-gallon coral reef display and an outdoor tank for harbor seals. On the Avenue of the Arts, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston has all the Manets, Monets, Picassos, Rembrandts, Renoirs, Sargents and Whistlers you'd expect to find at one of the country's premier art venues. I.M. Pei designed the west wing. Nearby is the Venetian-style palazzo of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum with its private collection of paintings, sculptures, furniture and textiles.
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|Hotel Name||Star Rating||Distance from the Airport|
|Marriott's Custom House||4-star||4 km|
|The Lenox||4-star||6.3 km|
|Hotel Commonwealth||4-star||7.6 km|
|Residence Inn Boston Needham||4-star||19 km|
|Residence Inn Boston Back Bay/Fenway||4-star||8 km|
|Marlowe, A Kimpton Hotel||4-star||5.8 km|
|Boston Marriott Copley Place||4-star||6.4 km|
|The Charles Hotel||4-star||9.7 km|
|Millennium Bostonian Hotel||4-star||4.2 km|
|The Eliot Hotel||5-star||7.1 km|