Cool stuff to see in Boston:

*in order of importance,
Faneuil Hall, aka Quincy Market
There is food here and lots of really good street performers.

Old North Church
*The *Old North Church all school teachers know about.

Copley Place
Stay here for night if you can afford it, *Westin, The Marriott, *you won’t regret the view. This is also a great centrally-located place to park.
*Little Italy / The North End
A great neighborhood to walk through on the Freedom Trail

The Freedom Trail
This trail goes all through the historic parts of the city. You’ll cross it in your travels to different attractions.*
Paul Revere’s House

Prudential Center
The tallest building in Boston, there’s an observatory at the top and a mall in the bottom.

South Station
Roam this old train station and admire the beautiful architecture.

USS Constitution
‘Old Ironsides’ is kind of out of the central area, but worth a trip if you have time. Be sure to walk out here, over the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge.

The Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge

The widest cable stayed bridge in the world. A fun bridge to walk.

Bunker Hill
There’s the Bunker Hill Memorial and it’s close to ‘Old Ironsides’.

Boston Common
This has to be one of the oldest parks in America.

Harvard University
Walk around the campus and act like you belong here.

Newbury Street
The 5th Ave. of Boston, lots of fine shopping and dining.

Downtown Crossing
More shopping and pedestrian zones.