Places To Visit In Boston
Boston, Massachusetts is full of interest and activities that make it one of the most popular cities for international students looking to study in the United States. Between studies and on-campus activities, you will find yourselves spoilt for choice of entertaining things to do and places of interest to visit in the city with your friends. Here are just some of the places to visit in Boston either solo, or with your friends.
Along the Freedom Trail and in the heart of downtown Boston, is the busy, thriving Faneuil Hall Marketplace. This market place dates back to 1742 and is now one of the festive center-pieces of this city. Faneuil Hall Marketplace encompasses Quincy Market, North Market, and South Market buildings. All offer great food stalls and restaurants, shops and entertainment that provide a wonderful, no-stress day out. This is a great place to visit for any Boston students of TALK who want to spend their day shopping and experience different tastes and traditional cuisines of the city.
The Boston Fire Museum is located on Congress Street and has been occupied the city’s Old Firehouse, which is a landmark building, since 1983. This museum features a great display of fire-fighting equipment and memorabilia from throughout the Greater Boston area. The museum offers an informative and educational experience and lessons about the history and practises of fire safety in Boston.
For those seeking a spiritual harbor or place to be in and where artistry and beauty reside, roots and see an artistic element, the Trinity Church is a truly divine place to visit. The Trinity Church has a wonderful, timeless feel that emanates from its very old thick walls and well-used balustrades. It remains the home to a loyal, thriving congregation which gathers at Copley Square next to the church when the Church’s services are to be held on selected days. This church prides itself on community work and ways to unlock the opportunities for the youth of Boston, and offers a high support network. Boston students of TALK can easily see the culture and timeless elegance this church has to offer when visiting.
For any Boston student of TALK that wants to have a fun and a relaxing day out, the Public Gardens is a great place to visit. The public gardens were first established in 1837, and are one of the first public botanical gardens located in the USA that opened. This garden features a range of botanical diversity, and has numerous different features that bring these gardens to life. Along with the garden aspect, the Swan Boats are great for all ages to have some fun with. These swan boats are made famous by “Make Way For The Ducklings” children book. They are open from April through to September and allow for rides on the lake in a large swan shaped boat.