Boston Tourism Essentials: The Must-See Sights You’ll Love by Deborah Bradley is a pdf ebook. It is written by a native Bostonian who didn’t realize how special her hometown was till she left it. It looks to be an excellent guide to the tourist attractions of Boston. I have not been to Boston yet myself so I can’t say for sure if she has included everything you might want to see. But she sure did include a lot.
One thing I would like to do is take one of the walking tours she talks about. They cover the Freedom Trail which includes such places as the Park Street Church, Old South Meeting House, Paul Revere House, and The Old North Church. She has included links for where to download maps and get more information about all the stops on the Freedom Trail.
The book includes a LOT of information about Fenway Park and its history. Baseball fans will definitely want to read the information about touring the park. There is information about events other than baseball at Fenway park as well. And she includes information on how to get there and where to buy tickets.
There is information on the Commons and the Public Gardens including historical facts and directions on getting there.
Then she talks about the museums in Boston. There are enough to keep you busy for a while. If you are only staying a few days you will not have time to see them all. I personally would visit the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and the Harvard Museums first. Then if there was still time…the other Art Museums.
As a bonus there is information about the Boston Public Transportation System. You might want to read this if you are short on cash. Much cheaper way to go then taxis. And easier than driving. Of course according to this many of the places are withing walking distance.
If you are planning a trip to Boston or even just thinking you might want to go someday this would be a helpful resource. You can get a copy free just by signing up for the Boston Tourism Made Easy-Boston Event Guide Newsletter.
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