Boston is rich in history.  Many America’s historical events occur there and could be followed with the Freedom Trail.

Boston’s Freedom Trail begins at the Boston Commons and goes through Boston’s North End then ends at Bunker Hill.  The great thing about all these sites is that it’s free to visit.  Here are some of the significant sites to visit:

There are other things that cost money like the New England Aquarium, Museum of Science, Skywalk Observatory, Museum of Fine Arts and the Boston Harbor Cruises.  The Boston Skywalk Observatory has an amazing view of the whole city and it’s refreshing to take a cruise of Boston Harbor. Freedom Trail Boston

The entrance fees are pretty pricey and could go anywhere up to $30 for each location.  The single tickets are as followings: Freedom Trail Boston

  • New England Aquarium (Adults $27; Kids $19)
  • Museum of Science (Adults $25; Kids $20)
  • Skywalk Observatory (Adults $18; Kids $13)
  • Museum of Fine Arts (Adults $25; Kids free)
  • Boston Harbor Cruises (Adults $21; Kids $17)

However, CityPASS offers a pretty impressive deal per ticket.  The deal allows admission into four of the five locations and 44% off of admission.  It’s definitely worth picking up.  Also, the best way would be to purchase your CityPASS would be online, so you don’t have to wait in line to buy them when you’re there.  Special pricing if you click on the picture: Freedom Trail Boston

Boston CityPASS Prices

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