Momboisse Family Adventures, Boston Massachusetts

Momboisse Family Adventures, Boston Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts (B)

With the limited amount of time we had available to us in Boston, we choose to take one of the Princess organized tours. If given the opportunity to see Boston again, we would tour on our own using this we created before leaving home.

Our 2 1/2 hour tour ($54 per person), focused more on shopping options than history. With that said, here are the highlights.

Our tour bus drove us two miles and dropped us at The Tudor (built in 1886 and converted to condos in 1999) at the intersection of Beacon and Joy Streets. Our group filed down the steps leading to Boston Common where we met our tour guide. 

We strolled .1 mile along the edge of Boston Common before exiting at the next set of stairs to view the Massachusetts State House.

Today, the seat of Massachusetts state government, the Massachusetts State House was completed in 1798. Bostonian Charles Bulfinch was so successful with this architectural design, that he was hired to design the state capitol for Connecticut and Maine. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Momboisse Family Adventures, Boston Massachusetts
Guide Location: USA » Boston
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Lynn Momboisse
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • The Tudor
  • Boston Common
  • Massachusetts State House
  • Shaw/54th Regiment Memorial
  • Park Street Church
  • Millennium Tower
  • Granary Burying Ground
  • King's Chapel
  • Omni Parker House Hotel
  • mosaic next to the red bricks that mark the Freedom Trail
  • Boston Latin School
  • statue of Ben
  • Old City Hall
  • The Jewish Advocate
  • Old Corner Book Store
  • The Old South Meeting House
  • Birthplace of Franklin
  • Old State House
  • site of the Boston Massacre
  • Washington Street
  • Court Street
  • Congress Street
  • Faneuil Hall
  • Union Street
  • New England Holocaust Memorial
  • Marshall Street
  • Blackstone Block Historic District
  • Union Oyster House
  • Swartz and Swartz
  • Richmond Street
  • Paul Revere's House
  • Paul Revere Mall
  • Old North Church
  • Charlestown Bridge
  • Charlestown Navy Yard
  • USS Constitution
  • Bunker Hill Monument

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