Iconic Hotspots To See in Boston, Massachusetts

Harvard University, Boston, MA, USA
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If you’re on your way to visit Boston, you’re in for a real treat. This Massachusetts-based city is one of the most iconic cities in America, and with that comes a handful of amazing things you can do there. If you’re wondering what to do in Boston, here are three activities that we believe you shouldn’t miss out on.

Fenway Park

Home of the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Park is one of the most iconic places in all of sports. Known for its “Green Monster” home run left field wall, Fenway is one of those places that you’ll enjoy even if you’re not much of a sports person.

Freedom Trail

The Freedom Trail is yet another place you definitely need to check out during your time in Boston. A red-brick path that traverses through all of the Boston’s most historic places of all time, you’ll be treated to the likes of Paul Revere’s house, the USS Constitution, and many others.

Harvard University

Another hotspot in Boston that you’d do well not to miss is Harvard University. Sure, you’re not really going to be doing much learning there on a mere visit, but it’s still a great experience. Harvard is one of the most prestigious universities of all time, making your visit there somewhat historic. You can also check out MIT as well, if you have time!