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Historic Sites in 52 Gore St, Waltham, MA

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Nick Altschuller
The middle of the 19th century saw the arrival of Transcendentalism, a philosophy grounded in the idea that intelligence "transcends" what we can decipher with our five senses, and true knowledge can be gleaned through intuition. It's a rather self-assured school of thought, which makes it no... read more
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The home of legendary patriot Paul Revere, where he began the famous “Midnight Ride,” was built in 1680 an... museumsofboston.org

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Orchard House

Concord, MA
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Orchard House is the former home of author Louisa May Alcott and her family. Today, an amazing 75 percent of... bostoncentral.com

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Although it was not just one night that led patriots to take matters into their own hands to begin a fight for free... 10best.com

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The Boston, Massachusetts State House is the oldest building on Beacon Hill. The building and its grounds co... bostoncentral.com

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Opera House

Boston, MA
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The newly renovated Boston Opera House, located in the heart of Boston's theatre district, has quickly becom... bostoncentral.com

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The Hatch Shell is an outdoor concert venue adjacent to the Charles River Esplanade near downtown Boston. Th... bostoncentral.com

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When you follow the Freedom Trail's red line you'll eventually arrive at the Old South Meeting House. It was... bostoncentral.com

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The Emerson Majestic Theatre is the only Boston building designed by nationally prominent architect John Galen Howard... hmdb.org

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Bunker Hill Monument

Charlestown, MA

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This 221-foot granite obelisk remembers the Battle of Bunker Hill. Rangers provide details about the history of the... 10best.com

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Neighborhood of Revolution Paul Revere . . . started on a ride which, in a way has never ended. - Esther Forbes, auth... hmdb.org

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The Hancock-Clarke House is 1/4 mile from Buckman Tavern, on Hancock Street. On the evening of April 18, 177... bostoncentral.com

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Built in 1859, the Gibson House is a historic house museum in Back Bay. It is unique as an unspoiled single-... bostoncentral.com

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Haymarket is Boston's great outdoor market, where you can buy everything from fruits and vegetable to sugar ... bostoncentral.com

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Henry David Thoreau lived for two years at Walden Pond in the mid-nineteenth century and wrote of his experi... bostoncentral.com

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Codman Estate

Lincoln, MA

Overlooking a prospect of farm and pleasure grounds, this country seat, also known as The Grange, was a... historicnewengland.org

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It has roughly two dozen sites on the north face of Beacon Hill. These historic buildings were homes, bus... americanheritage.com

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Old Manse

Concord, MA

The first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired nearby – and, less than a century later, Emerson, Ha... thetrustees.org

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As a part of the recreation department of the town of Concord in Massachusetts, Hunt Recreation Center is a community-based e...

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Here stood the residence of John Hancock: A prominent and patriotic merchant of Boston, the first signer of the Decla... hmdb.org

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The remains of Samuel Gray Samuel Maverick James Caldwell Crispus Attucks and Patrick Carr Victims of the Boston Mass... hmdb.org

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