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Relocating to Boston? Your First 6 Stops

Boston is one of those cities you can’t truly appreciate until you make the move here. Not only is it the largest city in all of New England, it is one of the oldest cities in all of the United States. This means that it is rich in both history and culture. Add in the natural beauty that will surround you and the vast amount of employment opportunities and you will quickly realize why so many people are relocating to the area. This is a place you will want to rush out and explore as soon as your Boston movers leave. Don’t worry, unpacking will wait for you and your boxes will still be there when you get back! Below are six places you will want to visit first.

 

  1. The Freedom Trail – If you want to quickly get acquainted with the city and really appreciate what it has to offer, you will go for a leisurely walk on The Freedom Trail. This 2.5-mile route will take you past 16 historical landmarks, including the Boston Common, King’s Chapel, Paul Revered House, Bunker Hill Monument, Old State House and Granary Burying Ground.
  1. Faneuil Hall – Whether you need home decor items, health and beauty products or some new clothes, you will find everything that you could possibly want and more at the Faneuil Hall Market Place. There are also plenty of eateries from casual cafes to fine dining and everything in between.
  1. Boston Harbor Islands – Here is where you will get a true understanding of just how beautiful New England really is. This historic harbor houses 34 narrow aisles and a dozen islands. You can visit some of these hidden spaces simply by boarding a ferry from Boston’s Long Wharf. You can swim, go camping, hike around the islands and even explore ruins from an old fort. There are also lighthouses to tour, and you can rent kayaks or boats to enjoy the water as well.
  1. Boston Public Library – You will want to get a library card right away. Even if you are not a big reader, you can check out CDs and DVDs here too. There are 25 neighborhood branches plus the central library so no matter where you live, you will have one close to you. Plus, if you don’t get your internet hooked up right away, you will want to make use of the computers here.
  1. Museum of Science – Some people vote this Boston museum as one of the best in the world. In addition to all the exciting exhibits, there is also an IMAX, planetarium, live presentations and even a simulator experience that shows you what it feels like to travel through space.
  1. Fenway Park – While it is baseball season, you will spend every chance you can at Fenway Park. This is where you will find everyone; you might even run into your Boston movers here! Constructed in 1912, this park has a lot of history. This is truly one of the most exciting places in the country to enjoy a ball game!

 

With so many places to see, why wouldn’t you move to Boston? Check out the list of the best movers in Boston!

 

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