Fenway Park is Arguably the Most Famous Ballpark in the MLB

It was placed on the National Registry of Historic Places in March of 2012, a month before the centennial of the field. Seating is varied as the ballpark has been modified over the years which makes it very interesting, historic, but interesting. On our last visit we were in a older section and my knees literally touched the seat in front of me. 9 innings of that wasn’t going to work so we spent the game walking around the stadium, which was awesome. Grogs and dogs all around!

Bartholdi Does Boston

The frieze atop this tower was designed by Frederic Auguste Bartholdi in 1876. If the name sounds familiar, he is the same French sculptor that created the Statue of Liberty. Other famous works by Bartholdi include The Lion of Belfort in France and the Bartholdi Fountain in the US Botanical Gardens in Washington DC to name a few.

Make Way For Ducklings in Boston’s Public Garden

The bronze sculptures depict Mrs. Mallard and her 8 ducklings as they cross the park. Seeing them will most definitely bring a smile to your face. Being nearly life-sized you’d think they be tricky to find, however, all you need to do is search for the group of giggling children and happy adults near the gate at the corner of Beacon Street and Charles Street.

The Loeb Boathouse is a Central Park Classic

For a classic and immersive Central Park experience make sure that you reserve a seat at the The Loeb Boathouse. Reservations are required so book early to guarantee a seat, however, you can always stop in and get on the waiting list to be seated.  There isn't a bad...

Roosevelt Island is a Great Place to Wander

The Four Freedoms Park located on Roosevelt Island in the middle of the East River in NYC is a tribute to the 32nd President of the UnitedStates. It was named after the 4 freedoms he spelled out in his 1941 Inaugural Address and celebrates his legacy during trying...

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