This iconic Federal-style building was constructed in 1796 by the city's renowned architect, Charles Bulfinch. It was one ... More
This iconic Federal-style building was constructed in 1796 by the city's renowned architect, Charles Bulfinch. It was one of three homes he designed for the family of Harrison Gray Otis, the celebrated lawyer and political luminary of the early 1800s. Today this house is the headquarters of the Society for the Preservation of New England Antiquities (SPNEA) and is open for public-viewing so you can see the 1800s decor. Don't miss a historical glimpse into the high-society life of one of Boston's wealthiest families.
This Newbury Street gallery specializes in European and American paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries. Childs Gallery also houses
a print department for drawings, prints, watercolors and pastels. A sculpture department displays bronze figurines and specialty artists from ...
A fleet of Ducks brightly colored, vintage World War II amphibious vehicles provide narrated, half land, half water tours of
Boston . Do not be alarmed when your Duck abandons its wheels and lowers itself onto the Charles River! ...
Freedom Trail is a three mile ribbon of red paint that links 16 historical sites. Most visitors start the trail
at the Boston Common . The National Park Service offers 90 minute guided tours starting at the Boston National ...