3 of the best in Boston with Kazuki

Hello, it’s Kazuki here! Did you know that Massachusetts is the first place in America where the Europeans settled? And, it’s the first place in America where EC settled! Although Boston may be smaller than other major cities like Los Angels and New York, Boston has a whole host of places and activities which are only in Boston. Today, I’m starting a series of posts called ‘3 of the best in Boston’.

Freedom Trail

If you’re ever walking through the streets of Boston and you see a line of red bricks on the ground, it means you’ve found the Freedom Trail! Almost all of the famous buildings in Boston were established in 17, 18 or 19 centuries so these have long history. Like history? Love Boston. You can visit many historical buildings by walking on the line of the Freedom Trail. It’s a path through Boston which allows you to visit many of the famous buildings. Many people turn this into a fun day trip with family or friends!

 

Museum of Fine Arts

This museum is one of the largest museums in the United States. There are not only American arts but also major art pieces from all over the world. For example, there is European art, Asian art, Ancient African art and Oceanian arts. More than just the art, the building itself is a sight to behold. Moreover, in this museum, there are restaurants and a gift shop so you can enjoy this all day, and buy a souvenir to remember your trip!

Museum of Fine Arts Boston

University Tours for Harvard and MIT

These are two of the most prestigious universities in the world. And, they both have long and fascinating histories. Actually, Harvard University is the oldest university in the United States. You can participate in the university tour where a real student from the university will show you around and tell you all about the interesting history of the campus. You feel like university students. Of course, you can get Harvard & MIT souvenirs there.

 

So, do any of these sights sound good to you? Of course, so let’s learn English in Boston! We do activities for our students to all of these places! 

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