Boston Massachusetts Travel Guide 4K

Boston Massachusetts Travel Guide 4K

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3 Popular Attractions In Massachusetts


  • Boston Common: Park in Boston, Massachusetts.|
  • Faneuil Hall: Shopping mall in Boston, Massachusetts.|
  • Freedom Trail: 2.5-mile-long path through downtown Boston, Massachusetts, that passes by 16 locations of historical significance.|
  • Harvard Square: City center in Cambridge, Massachusetts.|
  • Institute of Contemporary Art Boston: Art museum in Boston, Massachusetts.|
  • Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: Museum of international art in Boston, Massachusetts.|
  • Jiminy Peak: Ski resort in Hancock, Massachusetts.|
  • Martha's Vineyard: Island located south of Cape Cod in Massachusetts.|
  • Museum of Fine Arts Boston: Art museum in Boston, Massachusetts.|
  • Museum of Science: Science museum in Boston, Massachusetts.|
  • Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame: Basketball hall of fame museum in Springfield, Massachusetts.|
  • New England Aquarium: Aquarium in Boston, Massachusetts.|
  • Peabody Essex Museum: Art museum in Salem, Massachusetts.|
  • Six Flags New England: Amusement park in Agawam, Massachusetts.|
  • Tanglewood: Music center in Lenox, Massachusetts.|
  • USS Constitution: Historic battleship in Charlestown, Massachusetts.|
  • Wachusett Mountain: Ski resort in Princeton, Massachusetts.{
  • Massachusetts Facts:

    • In Holyoke, William G. Morgan, created a new game called “Mintonette” in 1895. After a demonstration given at the YMCA in nearby Springfield, the name “Mintonette” was replaced with the now familiar name “Volleyball.”
    • The first nuclear-powered surface vessel, USS Long Beach CG (N) 9, was launched at Quincy in 1961.
    • The first American lighthouse was built in Boston.
    • Two Bostonians cannot legally kiss in front of a church or eat peanuts inside.
    Commonwealth of Massachusetts

    The Bay State (official)
    The Pilgrim State; The Puritan State
    The Old Colony State
    The Baked Bean State[1]

    Ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem (Latin)
    By the sword we seek peace, but peace only under liberty
    Anthem: All Hail to Massachusetts
    Map of the United States with Massachusetts highlighted

    Map of the United States with Massachusetts highlighted
    Country United States
    Before statehood Province of Massachusetts Bay
    Admitted to the Union February 6, 1788 (6th)

    (and largest city)

    Largest metro and urban areas Greater Boston

    Governor Charlie Baker (R)
    Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito (R)
    Legislature General Court
    Upper house Senate
    Lower house House of Representatives
    Judiciary Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court
    U.S. senators Elizabeth Warren (D)
    Ed Markey (D)
    U.S. House delegation 9 Democrats (list)

    •Total 10,565[2]sqmi (27,337km2)
    •Land 7,840sqmi (20,306km2)
    •Water 2,715sqmi (7,032km2) 26.1%
    •Rank 44th

    •Length 190mi (296km)
    •Width 115mi (184km)

    500ft (150m)

    3,489ft (1,063.4m)

    (Atlantic Ocean)
    0ft (0m)

    •Total 7,033,469
    •Rank 15th
    •Density 897/sqmi (346/km2)
    •Rank 3rd
    Median household income

    •Income rank

    Demonym(s) Bay Stater (official)[7] Massachusite (traditional)[8][9]

    Massachusettsan (recommended by the U.S. GPO)[10]

    Masshole (derogatory[11] or endearing[12])


    Official language English[13]
    Spoken language
    Time zone UTC– 05:00 (Eastern)
    •Summer (DST) UTC– 04:00 (EDT)
    USPS abbreviation
    ISO 3166 code US-MA
    Traditional abbreviation Mass.
    Latitude 41° 14′ N to 42° 53′ N
    Longitude 69° 56′ W to 73° 30′ W


    This is a Boston Massachusetts travel guide from the Downtown Boston area. We walk around Boston Common, the Boston Tea Party Museum, the Charles River as well as visited the Cheers restaurant. Boston is one of Americas most historical cities with a history dating back to the 1600's. Nowadays Boston also known as Bean Town is a modern global city with a diverse cultural background and some of the most colleges in America.

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    Boston Massachusetts (Timestamp)
    00:00 Intro
    1:03 Boston Facts
    2:02 South station
    2:38 Transportation
    3:46 Tea Party Museum
    4:50 General facts
    6:03 Intercontinental Hotel
    6:41 Lobster and sea food restaurants
    7:51 Best time to visit and weather
    9:25 New England Aquarium
    10:28 Long Wharf Boston
    11:16 Duck tour
    12:17 The Black Rose
    13:29 Faneuil Hall
    13:34 Quincy Market
    15:00 People
    15:30 Harbor Islands
    16:02 North end
    16:26 General facts
    17:05 Paul Revere House
    18:10 Best Italian Food in North End
    18:43 Modern Pastry Shop
    20:31 Guy’s Men’s Salon
    21:58 Union Wharf
    22:26 Historical Relics
    24:26 Acorn Street
    25:25 Beacon Street
    26:06 Massachusetts State House and Gold Dome
    26:29 Statue of Mary Dyer
    27:14 Omni Parker House
    27:44 King’s Chapel
    30:57 Cheers
    31:21 Chinatown

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    2 thoughts on “Boston Massachusetts Travel Guide 4K

    1. The line to the Aguarium is looooooog visitors from around the world ? ? I currently live in Quincy it's connected to Boston like five stops on the train. ? We are tough on each other but we do love our visitors. Why that is… I currently live in Quincy it's referred to as the City of Presidents.

    2. Boston is over run with Thugs and Savages. Mayor Wu wants to pay the delinquents and extent community center hours of operation.
      Meanwhile innocent women are being chased down and beaten.

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