Featured Destination:

Boston

With COVID guidelines in place, Boston has begun welcoming visitors with (socially distant) arms to its restaurants & museums. A compact, walkable city, Boston easily holds appeal for both adults and children. Come see how the city merges its pivotal role in American history with modern twists on things like food and events.

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New England is known for its fall foliage, and you'll get an impressive show in Boston, where the backdrop is historic architecture. Lace up and walk the 2.5-mile Freedom Trail to see 16 important locations like Faneuil Hall and Boston Common. Chilly? Take a stroll through the indoor courtyard of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

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Grab a mapped route or explore the city on your own, stopping to read plaques everywhere you turn. Check out Paul Revere's house, Bunker Hill Monument, the U.S.S. Constitution and the Museum of African American History. Head to Revolutionary Spaces, a partnership between the Old State House Museum and Old South Meeting House.

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Boston's historic port, beautiful waterways, elaborate bike paths and networks of urban green space invite visitors to have fun outdoors. Stroll the Boston Harborwalk or the Black Heritage Trail. Tour the Rose Kennedy Greenway. Bike along the Charles River Esplanade. Take a harbor cruise or tour by foot, bicycle, trolley or "duck".

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