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Boston is the capital and the largest city in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in the United States. A city with a long and colourful history, Boston, established in the early 17th century, is one of the most attractive big cities in the United States, and boasts architectural styles both modern and historical. The influence of New England culture is visible throughout the city. Holidays to Boston are an experience that will leave you wanting to go back there every year. One of the centres of culture in the United States, Boston boasts its own linguistic styles, and is home to New England cuisine. A culinary journey through Boston is highly recommended. Boston is considered the brain centre of the eastern United States, with a few world-class universities based within the city, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard Business School. The significant student population contributes to Boston’s thriving culture. Travel Center offers all inclusive holidays to Boston, and makes sure yours is a memorable one. Get in touch with one of our experts today, and leave everything to us. Book holidays to Boston with us and experience the capital city of the state of Massachusetts at its very best.


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Time Zone

UTC/GMT -5:00 hours

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Delta, Virgin Atlantic, United Airlines, US Airways


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Best Time to Travel

March to May, September to November

Modes of Transport

Plane, Car, Bus

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 1.47 USD

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Museum of Fine Arts

Built in 1876, this art museum is Boston’s premier venue for exhibiting art by both local and international artists. The museum today holds art from all eras and all over the world including the ancient world and contemporary times. The museum’s main attraction is its four-story America’s Wing that has 53 galleries that hold art from the pre-Columbian era to the 20th century. One of the galleries is dedicated to artist John Singer Sargent and includes his most iconic painting ‘The Daughters of Edward Darley Boit’.

Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

Board a fully rigged Eleanor and the whaler Beaver and see what life must have been like on an 18th century vessel at the spot of the 1773 protest more commonly known as The Boston Tea Party where rebellious colonists threw 342 chests of tea into the water to protest unfair taxes. Visitors can recreate the scene by throwing crates of tea into the harbor just like those many years ago. The museum uses re-enactments, multimedia and other fun exhibits to address all aspects of the incident.

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum

The house where this museum is housed once belonged to the wife of Jack Gardner, Isabella Stewart Gardner until she passed away in 1924. It’s a Venetian style palazzo that is filled with nearly 2000 priceless objects showcasing the ladies exquisite taste in art. Some of the exhibits include tapestries and paintings from the Italian Renaissance and 17th century Dutch paintings. Some of the museums special rooms include the Spanish Cloister, the Dutch Room, Tapestry Room, Veronese Room, Titian Room and Gothic room.

Boston Common

Although the Boston Common today serves picnickers and sunbathers in the summer and ice-skaters in the winter, it once used to be a campground for the British troops during the Revolutionary war and a grazing field for cattle until 1830. It is also the starting point for the Freedom Trail. This 50-acre park is the country’s oldest public park and has great information spots that provide maps and tour guides.

Charles River Esplanade

This esplanade was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted and stretches for 3 miles along the Charles river starting from the Museum of Science to BU Bridge. The esplanade’s paths are perfect for bicycling, jogging or walking and also include multiple children’s playgrounds two of which are the Charlesbank Playground and the Stoneman Playground.

Trinity Church

One of the best examples of Richardsonian Romanesque design, the Trinity Church is a masterpiece of American Architecture. It has a granite exterior, a large portico and colorful sandstone patterns. The interior is decorated with murals and stained glass most of which are by artist John Lafarge who partnered with architect Henry Hobson Richardson. Free tours are available after the mass on Sunday.

Massachusetts State House

Located on Beacon Hill, this is where the leaders and legislators of Massachusetts turn their ideas into policies. The land for the State House was provided by John Hancock and the building was designed by Charles Bulfinch. 40 minute tours of the State House cover everything from the History and artwork to the architecture and political personalities. Some of its features include the Doric Hall which was once the main entry way to the State House, the Nurses Hall, the Memorial Hall also known as the Hall of Flags and the marble Great Hall.

Fenway Park

Known as ‘America’s Most Beloved Ballpark’, this is the home of the Boston Red Sox and was opened in 1912 and stands as the oldest operating ballpark in the country. It’s many quirks can be experience on a tour of the park. The most popular feature of the park is the 37 foot high wall located in left field known as ‘The Green Monster’. Other features include The Pesky Pole and The Triangle. While all of the bleachers here are green only seat 21 is painted red marking the longest home run ever hit at the park by Ted Williams in 1946.

Boston Massacre Site

This is the site that marks the place where the first blood was shed for the American Independence movement on March 5, 1770 when angry colonists attacked British soldiers provoking the British to fire into the crowd killing five townspeople one of which was a former slave Crispus Attucks and is located in front of the Old State House encircled by cobblestones.

Museum of African-American History

Occupying two buildings that stand side-by-side, the African Meeting House and Abiel Smith School this museum exhibits items pertaining to the multiple historic events that took place here and also has information about the Black Heritage Trail. Here is where the American Anti-Slavery Society was established and is also where the first African-American woman addressed an audience of both men and women.