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Harvard University
4.7/5
553 Reviews
School
Harvard University is located in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It is one of the oldest institutions of higher learning in the United States, as well as one of the most influential schools in the world. Harvard University holds high academic status and extensive influence in many fields such as literature, medicine, law and business. Furthermore, modern Chinese writers and scholars such as Lin Yutang and Liang Sicheng also graduated from here.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
4.7/5
322 Reviews
School
Located on the Charles River in Cambridge, adjacent to Harvard University, MIT is a research-based private university and a pioneering university for high-tech and advanced research worldwide. There are a number of Nobel Prize winners who have worked and studied here. On the campus, architectural works by famous designers from around the world, such as the Chinese architecture master I.M. Pei, can be seen everywhere. A special feature here is that you can often see the sign system that identifies the building number.
Boston Common
4.7/5
323 Reviews
City Park
Boston Common is a fifty-acre park in the cultural center of Boston. It is the oldest city park in the United States, dating back to 1634. The park is a popular destination among sunbathers and exercisers, whose numbers swell in the summer months. The park is the starting point of the Freedom Trail, a 2.5 mile walk leading past sixteen historic landmarks. Located close to Boston Harbor, a bustling restaurant district and multiple colleges, the Common remains the beating heart of the city.
Freedom Trail
4.6/5
309 Reviews
Featured Neighborhood
Freedom Trail is a indoor/outdoor historical extravaganza, a 2.5 mile ribbon of red paint linking 16 historical sites. All you need is a map and a pair of comfortable shoes and you can trace the events that shook Boston and lead up to the Revolutionary War. The National Park Service offers excellent 90-minute guided tours starting at the Boston National Historical Park Visitor Center. If you don't want to take a tour or want to do your own you can pick up maps and information here. Stops include the Old State House, Kings Chapel and burial ground, Faneuil Hall the Old North Church, Paul Revere's house, the site of the Boston Massacre, and the Copp's Hill Burial Ground. At the end of the trail in Charlestown, the Bunker Hill Monument and the U.S.S. Constitution await you. Informative and fun!