I love this zoo, it is big enough to make our kids full all day long! There are many interesting animals and places to explore. Some of their special activities and exhibitions make the activities more diverse. Children of all ages can have fun. Their baby gorilla is a plus point! very cute! They also have a big park and some small entertainment places. Treat animals well, treat them in the right way. The only drawback is the food-only junk food, nothing healthy except for apples. If you do not want your children to eat junk food, it is recommended that you bring some food from home.
Puritans and patricians sleep in the shadow of skyscrapers. A quiet and magical spot.
Another gorgeous and old granite facade building on the Freedom Trail. Like many of the older churches it had a cemetary alongside of it. The archetecture here however is a bit different than most of the places that I have come across. It reminds me more a military building than anything remotely close to a chapel. Regardless this building has a huge number of gorgeous columns adorning the front enterence.The parapet is definitely squat and blocky from the outside furthering the military demeanor. However inside it is nothing of the sort. It is another beautiful church with gorgeous hardwood flooring. The family booth theme for services and/or meetings holds true in this chapel. It is absolutely worth a quick stop while in Beantown to see some more history of the United States. Perhaps you would like to partake a service here as it is still a functioning church. They have services every Sunday morning.
King's Chapel is one of the oldest church with grave-site dating back to late's 1600. The Chapel is located and the end of School Street. Disability access is limited. Disability is not provided, just on street parking. You will need at least 15 minutes to visit the area.