Boston

Lexington & Concord

Reconstructed North Bridge The proverbial , “Shot heard around the world” was fired at sunrise on April 19, 1795, when the Kings Army  attempted to seize militia supplies. The conflict began in Lexington but the outnumbered militia fell back. The regulars moved onto Concord, where they searched for supplies. At the North Bridge in Concord […]

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The Freedom Trail

Old City Hall A walk along the “Freedom Trail” includes the locations of 16 historical sites that were critical in our nation’s struggle for freedom. Boston Commons, the oldest public park in the United States. The Old State House, Boston’s oldest building and location of the first reading of the Declaration of Independence, the Paul […]

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New England Aquarium

The New England Aquarium The New England Aquarium is one of the most prominent and popular public aquariums in the United States. Founded in 1969 on the city’s waterfront, it is considered one of the first modern public aquariums. The New England Aquarium includes vibrant coral reefs from the Bahamas, Pacific and Australia along with […]

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Harvard Yard

The Johnson Gate at Harvard Yard Harvard Yard is a grassy area of about 25 acres adjacent to Harvard Square in Cambridge, which constitutes the oldest part and the center of the campus of Harvard University. Included in your Sonshine Tour Package Multi-day packages include round-trip transportation by deluxe motor coach, tour escort, all admission […]

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Old State Capitol Building

Historic State House in Boston Boston’s oldest public building was the site of the city’s first reading of the Declaration of Independence. Included in your Sonshine Tour Package Multi-day packages include round-trip transportation by deluxe motor coach, tour escort, all admission fees to attractions, detailed activities and itineraries, all meals, and accommodations at nationally recognized […]

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