Things to do in Boston

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Context Travel Walking Tour
Excellent9 Reviews
2216 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
1 (800) 691-6036
http://contexttravel.com/
Context is a network of scholars and specialists—in disciplines including archaeology, art history, cuisine, urban planning, history, environmental science, and classics—who, design and lead in-depth walking seminars for small groups of intellectually curious travelers. Group size is capped to 6 max
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Commonwealth Museum
Excellent6 Reviews
220 Morrissey Boulevard, Boston, MA 02125
617-727-9268
http://www.sec.state.ma.us/mus/museum/index.htm
The Commonwealth Museum at the Massachusetts Archives displays rare national treasures. See the official Massachusetts copy of the Declaration of Independence, signed by John Hancock, the 1789 Massachusetts copy of the Bill of Rights, and the copperplate used by Paul Revere to etch his famous Boston Massacre image. History comes alive through interactive exhibits and an inspiring theater experience. On Columbia Point, next to the John F. Kennedy Library and Museum. Monday-Friday 9:00-5:00.
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Nick's Comedy Stop
Average13 Reviews
100 Warrenton St, Boston, MA 02116
617-438-1068
www.nickscomedystop.com
Boston's premier comedy club going strong for over 30 years! Located in Boston's historic Theatre District, Nick's showcases the best in local and national talent.
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The Boston Marathon
40 Trinity Place 4th floor, Boston, MA 02116
617-236-1652
baa.org
The Boston Marathon is the world's oldest annual marathon. It began in 1897 with only 18 participants and now attracts an average of about 20,000 registered participants each year.
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94 Mass Ave
Very Good26 Reviews
94 Massachusetts Avenue, Boston, MA 02115
617-927-4900
94massave.com
Mass Ave at its core is about having a great time with good people. Tapas style serving and long wooden tables make this an ideal place for gathering with friends and family.
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Faneuil Hall Marketplace
Very Good1689 Reviews
Boston, MA 02109
617-523-1300
faneuilhallmarketplace.com
Most major cities have something like it now, but this was one of the first urban historic shopping districts and its success inspired many imitators. Shop, dine, and enjoy the Boston flavor.