Museums - Boston has more museums than you can shake a stick at, from art (several) to the Children's Museum.
Guidebooks - Sure, online guides are great, but you can't really lug 'em around Beacon Hill...
I want to visit Boston. How can I get some tourist brochures mailed to me?
Visit the state tourism office at www.mass-vacation.com or call
it (in the U.S. or Canada) at (800) 227-6277.
Boston has many attractions, but campgrounds aren't among them. The nearest ones are 30 to 45 minutes away, in such places as Plymouth, Scituate, Wrentham and Gloucester.
Plymouth (south of the city on I-93) and Gloucester (north of the city at the end of Rte. 128) are tourist attractions in their own right; Scituate and Wrentham are mainly places to stay to get to someplace else (if you come in the fall and decide to stay in Wrenthm, check first to make sure the Patriots aren't playing at home; else you might get stuck in some horrendous traffic jams on Sunday). Here's a listing of Massachusetts campgrounds (as noted above, look for Plymouth, Scituate, Wrentham and Gloucester).
You'll get all the info you need on these unusual tours (in which you're driven around the city for a tour and then into the Charles River for a cruise) at their Web site
you web page is too sterile. it needs more pictures. It dow not make you want to hang out in Boston at all.
adsfsad on March 10, 2004 11:42 AM.
at least 3 or 4 of the links that i clicked on didn't work, one of them leading me to an adult personals website........
sarah on September 12, 2006 07:55 PM.
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