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Things to do in Boston

    Boston Museum of Science Boston Museum of Science Boston, Massachusetts
    The Boston Museum of Science in Massachusetts has become one of the best landmarks in the city, situated in Science Park that spans the Charles River, and housing more than 500 interactive displays with many live demonstrations given throughout the day, as well as informative shows in the Hayden Planetarium and the Mugar Omni IMAX theater, which is the only domed IMAX theater in all of New England. The museum contains more than 100 animals now, that have been rescued and rehabilitated from dangerous areas in the world; and it is one of the city's three bases of operations for the city's private run Duck Tours. This outstanding museum would begin as early as 1830, named the Boston Society of Natural History, and formed by various men that shared the same scientific interests; that was more locally known as a club for people with money that could travel the world and bring back skins and other trophies that they had captured or killed in Asia and Africa. There a large number of taxidermied animals on display even today, that are showcased here to instruct children about the animals of New England and the world. For many years it would be added to, until 1864, when it would be houses in its own building in the Back Bay area of the city and named the New England Museum of Natural History; becoming more of a science museum than gentleman's club for safari trophies. After the war, the original structure would be sold, and the museum would sign a 99 year lease on land in Science Park, and renamed the Boston Museum of Science. The planetarium would be opened in 1958 and offer more venues for visitors to enjoy, with numerous expansions adding to the museum during the decades of the 1970s and 1980s. The Computer Museum would close its doors in 1999, and incorporate many of its exhibits, with the majority of the collection going to a new museum in California. In 2005, and 2006, it would enjoy a major restoration and expansion with excellent historical exhibits opening. Those would include the Wilson cloud chamber, the original Fresnel lens ever used would be displayed from the early 1950s until 1979, and during 2004, they would become host to the national premiere of The Lord of the Rings the motion picture Trilogy the Exhibition, that had been developed by the Te Papa museum in New Zealand. Body Worlds would open in 2006 and run through 2007, with Harry Potter opening in 2009 and running to 2010; along with many more exciting displays opening for the enjoyment of the region. Other significant displays include; the world's biggest Van de Graaff generator, live presentations in the current science & technology center, a community solar system model, the 24 hour Foucault pendulum, MIT Daedalus human powered aircraft, with Decavitator, their human powered speed boat, Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination and the discovery center.

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    Museum of Fine ArtsMuseum of Fine Arts Boston, Massachusetts
    The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts has become one of the biggest museums in the nation, welcoming over one million visitors each year to come in and enjoy perusing the more than 450,000 artworks, which has increased its status as one of the most comprehensive collections in the Americas. It opened in 1870, with its present structure built in 1909; and becoming affiliated with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts as well as the Nagoya/Boston Museum of Fine Arts in Nagoya, Japan; its sister museum. When the museum was started in 1870, it would be housed in the elegantly ornamented brick gothic revival structure that had been designed by Charles Brigham and John Hubbard Sturgis, set in Copley Square in the Back Bay area, noteworthy because of its big-scale use of terra cotta in the nation, moving in 1909 to Huntington Avenue, which would become the city's "Avenue of the Arts". During the period from 1916 to 1925, John Singer Sargent would paint the artworks that line the rotunda and colonnade, with additions being constructed regularly, including the Decorative Arts wing in 1968 and the Norma Jean Calderwood garden court and terrace in 1997. The Art of the Americas Wing would be added in 2010, and include 53 galleries that are devoted to individual artists or artistic movements that include Maya ceramics, African American artists, Paul Revere's silverware, pre-Columbian arts, Native North American art, photography, the colonial portraiture of John Singleton Copley and Gilbert Stuart, works by John Singer Sargent and the Hudson River School of Landscape paintings. Highlights of the magnificent collections include; Egyptian relics that include jewelry, sculptures and sarcophagi; the Gund gallery and its Japanese garden; French impressionist and post-impressionist works that include Paul Gauguin's Where Do We Come From? What Are WE? Where Are We Going? and other outstanding works by van Gogh, Cezanne, Degas, Manet, Monet, Renoir; 18th and 19th century American art with works by John Singer Sargent, John Singleton Copley and Winslow Homer and the world's biggest collection of Japanese works under one roof in the world outside of Japan. Works can be enjoyed from art of Asia, Oceania and Africa, textile and fashion arts, art of Europe, musical instruments, art of the Americas, contemporary art and prints, drawings and photographs.

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Local Restaurants in Boston

    Union Oyster House
    Entrees; fried fresh scrod; fried tender sweet clams; fried select oysters; fried fresh sea scallops; fried butterfly shrimp; grilled or broiled, native swordfish, salmon filet, fresh filet of sole, tender shrimp, fresh sea scallops; lobsters; lazy man's lobster with chunks of lobster meat baked with seasoned bread crumbs, sherry wine, drawn butter served en casserole; lobster scampi is medium lobster sautéed in garlic butter, tomatoes, fresh herbs & white wine served on bed of linguine; lobster Newburg is lobster meat simmered in sherry sauce, served in baked pastry shell with rice pilaf; American bouillabaisse with lobster, steamers, mussels, shrimp, fish, little neck clams & scallops poached in seasoned broth, with garlic bread; filet mignon 10oz. roasted shallots, béarnaise sauce; Cajun style chicken breast 10oz. mashed potatoes & grilled veggie; sirloin steak center cut 12oz. with mushrooms caps; pan seared statler breast of chicken with fresh veggies; pan seared pork chop with mashed potatoes & grilled veggies.

    606 Congress
    Entrees; milk fed veal flank steak & eggs, hominy grits, bacon, turnip hash; roasted red fish with barley, artichoke, preserved lemon & green olive relish; chicken spelt, black trumpets, natural jus; pan seared Atlantic haddock with white bean puree, black trumpet mushrooms, chorizo; Brandt Farms filet mignon with duck fat fingerlings, glazed baby carrots, bordelaise; cauliflower ravioli, with Meyer lemon, truffle; braised all natural beef cheeks with parsley root puree, baby veggies; black tagliatelle with laughing bird shrimp, mussels, squid, pancetta; Georges Bank sea scallops with chestnuts, escarole, yellow foots, vanilla balsamic.

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    Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Boston, Massachusetts
    The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, was known as Fenway Court during Isabella's lifetime, and is a marvelous museum located in the Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, near the Museum of Fine Arts and Back Bay Fens; housing a collection of world significance, that includes outstanding examples of European, American and Asian art, that has paintings, decorative arts, sculpture and tapestries. It is the only private art collection in the world that the collection, building and installations are the creations of one person. Currently, the museum has many excellent exhibitions of historic and contemporary art, along with concerts, changing courtyard programs, lectures, family and community programs. To honor its founder, there is a free admission to anyone named Isabella and some special events; and as of January 1, 2009, anyone that goes to the museum on his or her birthday also gets in free. This magnificent museum would be started by Isabella in 1903, who was an avid art collector, patron of the arts and philanthropist, housed in a structure that had been designed a copy of a 15th century Venetian palace, with in-depth inspiration from the Palazzo Barbaro. Isabella would start collecting seriously after her father passed on and left her with a large fortune, so she would purchase Vermeer's The Concert at an auction in Paris the next year, 1892, and that would jump start her dreams. Bernard Berenson would offer his services to her here get a Botticelli in 1894, and would then help her acquire another 70 or so works before she was done with his services. Isabella's husband, John L. Gardner, would pass on in 1898, and allow her to complete her dream of building a museum for their treasures. She would acquire some land in the marshy Fenway area of Boston and then hired Williard T. Sears to construct a museum that was modeled after the Renaissance palaces of Venice, with Isabella getting as involved in every aspect of the construction and design. Once it was finished, Isabella would spend a full year painstakingly installing her collections in such a marvelous way that would evoke intimate responses to the furniture, art, textiles, objects and mixing paintings from different periods and cultures. It would open on January 1, 1903, with a huge gala celebration that had members of the city's symphony orchestra playing there, and being served champagne and doughnuts. Her collections numbered over 2500 works of art that included sculptures, furniture, paintings, architectural elements, textiles, silver, rare books, ceramics, photographs and letters from ancient Rome, America, Renaissance Italy, Medieval Europe, Asia and the Islamic world and artists include Rembrandt, the first Matisse in America, Sargent, Titian, Raphael, Michelangleo, Manet, Whistler and Botticelli.

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    Paul Revere HousePaul Revere House Boston, Massachusetts
    The Paul Revere House is situated at North Square, in Boston, Massachusetts and was the colonial house that Paul lived in during the American Revolution, constructed in 1680. The original three story house would be built around 1680, and occupied the old site of the Second Church of Boston's parsonage, and former home to Increase and Cotton Mather that would be destroyed in the Great Fire of 1676. The original owner would be Robert Howard, a rich merchant, with its L shaped townhouse holding quite spacious rooms and further enhanced with features like a second floor overhang and casement windows. During the mid 18th century, it would undergo a couple of major renovations; although Paul would own it during the period from 1770 to about 1800, and some believe that the rear chimney would be added during his tenure. Revere sold the house and it became a tenement for people, while the first floor would remain commercial with various shops being located there like a candy store, vegetable and fruit business, cigar factory and bank. In 1902, his great-grandson, John P. Reynolds, Jr bought the structure to stop it from being demolished, eventually beginning the restoration process with architect and historic preservationist, Joseph Chandler. It would be opened as the Paul Revere House in 1908, becoming one of the earliest historic house museums in the nation. About ninety percent of the house is original, to its 1680 construction, and adjacent to it is the brick Pierce-Hichborn House that had been constructed about 1711 as an early Georgian house.

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    Pierce-Hichborn HousePierce-Hichborn House Boston, Massachusetts
    The Pierce-Hichborn House in North Square Boston, Massachusetts is an early Georgian style house that was constructed in 1711, and sits right next to the Paul Revere House, and operated by the Paul Revere Memorial Association. It is three stories high, covered with common-bond bricks with decorative belt courses and big sash windows. The narrow side elevation faces the street, with the main entrance facing a compact and private passageway. Its framing is oak and the trim is made from pine, and includes two mantels. The rooms would originally have two front facing windows and two side windows, later being taken out with their eliminations some years later. It is not rectangular and the street side corner is quite sharp so that it takes full advantage of the small lot space. The house was designed by Moses Pierce, who probably was its first occupant, hence the name, who had been known as a glazier, and is today, one of the earliest surviving brick structures with early example of Georgian architecture. Nathaniel Hichborn, a boatbuilder and cousin of Paul Revere would own it after Pierce, and when it was an urban neighborhood, it would be just three doors down from Paul's. It would be added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1968 and made a National Historic Landmark in the same year.

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    Boston Tea Party Ship & MuseumBoston Tea Party Ships & Museum Boston, Massachusetts
    The Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum is in the process of getting a marvelous restoration and won't be open again until the spring of 2012, but their website has all the necessary information that you will need to make a planned vacation or trip to the nation's first city that would become the sight of the first major battle of the American Revolution and many events would occur here that would lead up to that critical moment. John Adams would describe it as one of the "most magnificent moment of all - an epoch of history"; while King George would merely retort that "so they threw their tea in the harbor. Let them drink coffee." And so, today, we drink more coffee than we do tea, thanks to that king so long ago. It would also spark a fire that would ignite every colony in the new world. A symbol of that glorious night is now viewable in the collection, known as the Robinson tea chest of 1773. On that cold and wintery December night in 1773, some 5000 rebellious American colonists would march from the old South Meeting House to Griffin's Wharf on the Boston harbor, protesting the addition of a British tax on imported tea. A huge crowd would gather as these men, dressed in loose clothing to simulate Mohawk Indians, would pass the crowds and board the English ships docked there and chop into the crates of tea with their hatchets and then dump thousands of pounds of tea into the harbor's waters. It would become known as the Boston Tea Party, and on the morning of the 17th of December, 1773, one John Robinson, would somehow collect one of those tea chests from the harbor side and pass it down to his descendants, for generation after generation, for more than two centuries, until now, it has become one of the finest symbols of American freedom and the birth of a new nation; one that the world had never seen the likes of, where all men, are created equal, with certain unalienable rights and the liberties that have drawn millions of immigrants from every foreign country in the world, coming here just to take a chance on those unalienable rights and liberties. Young John would later fight in the Revolutionary War, and then marry one Nancy Robinson (Holden), who kept the chest in her possession until the 1850s, when she would pass it on to Solomon Shaffstall.

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May 09, 2011