Boston Area

Make it  a destination visit!
Things to do in the Boston Area
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Plan a trip to see the Boston Harbor Islands.
Take the Ferry to Boston from Hull
Sailing to Hull? Find moorings online
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Visit North Bennett Street School, the oldest Trade School in the US, founded in 1881. Located in the North End of Boston. 
Read a recent edition of Benchmarks to learn more about them
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Explore the Freedom Trail . Follow the 2.5 mile red line leading to 16 significant historic sites.
Explore the trail yourself or sign up for a guided tour (rates available on website)
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Visit the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Easily accessed via public transportation
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Make a trip to the
Gardner Museum
The Gardner Museum is located in Gardner, MA, 50 miles northwest of Boston and just two miles off Route 2.

"The manufacturing of chairs would become the dominant economy of Gardner as local industrialists became innovators in methods of furniture production. Eventually the community achieved international recognition as a major center for chair fabrication to the point that it became known as the “chair city of the world."

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Find your way around Boston!
Link to an online map  or click in the map or icon to download a PDF
A list of "things to do"
in Hull. MA from 
Atlas Obscura
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Visit the oldest operating 
boat shop in the 
United States since 1793
Lowell's Boat Shop
"Preserving & perpetuating the craft of chair caning and seat weaving!"
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