Take a tour of tourist attractions in Boston, including Boston Common, Bunker Hill Monument and Paul Revere House.
Locals and tourists walk around Boston Common, one of the oldest city parks in the United States.
From the top of Old North Church, Robert Newman signaled that the British were coming by sea on April 18, 1775.
Bull & Finch Pub is a must-see for fans of the popular television show Cheers.
The 221-ft. granite obelisk marks the Battle of Bunker Hill, the first major battle of the American Revolution.
Visit Paul Revere's House, the colonial home of the man who warned American troops in 1775 that the British were coming.
Faneuil Hall, located near Boston's waterfront and government center, has been a marketplace for over 250 years.
Students walk along the campus at Harvard University.
Explore South Station to see the untouched elegance of the train terminal.
Take a trip to the Museum of Fine Arts, to view artists' exhibits and art collections from around the world.
Many notable Revolutionary War patriots, including Benjamin Franklin, were buried in Granary Burying Ground.