How To Do Boston in 2 Days

Day 1

The Freedom Trail (first half):

Walk around the beautiful Boston Common and Public Garden and see the magnificent George Washington statue

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Visit the historic Granary Burial Ground, which is the final resting place of famous people from your history books

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Witness the classic balcony where the Declaration of Independence was proclaimed at the Old State House

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Eat Boston’s famous lobsta and chowda (yumm!!) and shop for souvenirs at Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market

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Reserve seats on the Boston Duck Tours to witness Boston’s most popular highlights from land AND water

Have delicious drinks and dinner from the top of the the tallest building in Boston called the Prudential Tower


Day 2

Enjoy an early morning run along one of the cleanest rivers in the United States called the Charles River in Back Bay

Freedom Trail (second half):

Climb an astonishing 294 steps to the top of the famous Bunker Hill Monument

From there, walk to the North End of Boston, and on the way, see the famous home of the NBA Boston Celtics and NHL Boston Bruins at TD Garden

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Pay respects at the historic Old North Church featured in the poem “Paul Revere’s Ride”

See the Paul Revere Statue in all its glory

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Explore the North End for authentic Italian restaurants and Mike’s Pastry for some amazing cannolis

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Take a tour of a prestigious Ivy League school, Harvard University

Treat yourself with high-end shopping on Newbury Street

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Saying goodbye to our homey apartment rental The Boston Newbury

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Other options you can add that we missed out on:

  • Fenway Park
  • Cheers bar
  • New England Aquarium
  • Museum of Science
  • Museum of Fine Arts
  • Boston Children’s Museum
  • John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum
  • USS Constitution
  • MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
  • Boston College
  • Chinatown


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