One of the oldest MLB ballparks in the US and home of the Boston Red Sox. If you like baseball and want to visit a piece of history then buy your tickets early for this must see event. Some things to check out while you are visiting Fenway park are "The Green Monster" which is a 37 foot tall wall in left field. "The Triangle" seats at the end of center field. "Williamsburg" the bullpen area and "The Lone Red Seat" which is the longest home run seat in the park.
One of six original frigates that was launched in 1797 and named by George Washington. The USS Constitution is one of the oldest naval ships still of the water. She is now a museum ship and the ship is open all year long and offers free tours to the public.
Museum of Fine Art:
If you like large museums then don't miss this one. This Museum opened it's doors in 1876 and with close to half a million exhibits you are sure to find plenty of interesting exhibits here. Especially known for art from the Americas people flock here from all over the world.
If you are in downtown Boston and feel like a walk through history then check out the freedom trail. This is a two and a half mile long route that passes by multiple historical locations important to the history of the US. See Paul Revere's house, the USS Constitution and the Old State House to name a few.
Beacon Hill, Boston:
If you want to see one of the oldest neighborhoods where the rich and famous live in Boston then you have to visit Beacon Hill. This historic neighborhood got it's name from the Beacon that was in the area on top of the highest point in Mid city Boston. Go back in time as you stroll down the gas lit stone streets with Flags flying high in almost every street.