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I know things change over time. I think it is smart that you have the disclaimer, though. And thank you for the welcome! Well, next time you come back there may be Sorry to disappoint you with more information than you expected :. Hi Kathryn But as I said in my disclaimer do check things out first if you can. Hate to disappoint you. Wow, this is a long and informative post! It's cool that you posted it years ago, and it is still getting views.

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I just moved to Boston recently, so I'll have to review this in the future when I want to see what there is to do around here. The mapparium is a great destination at the Christian Science Center. It used to be free when I was in College but might be a small fee now. It is well worth it. Thanks for such an informative hub. I grew up just outside of Boston. It's a wonderful city. Also the steps at City Hall. My playground as a child, teen, and adult. Thanks for all of the great tips! We are a family with a tween and love to travel the world.

I usually put together a list like this for every city we visit. Great Job!!!

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I live here and this is a good list. I am sending it to some of my less knowledgeable Boston friends to use as a cheat sheet when their relatives and friends come to town. There is free swing dancing every Wednesday at MIT from 9 to pm. Lessons before it start at 7pm.

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That is the most fun free event in Boston. Just moved to Boston area and this list has been a great guide to helping me explore the city! It's located right across from the Cambridgeside Mall and is a pretty short walk from the T station. Right on the other of the T you can see Beacon Hill. It makes for an easy and fun day for all parties involved. Informative article.

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I'm planning a trip to Boston soon so this saved me a lot of time on researching. What's the best bang for the buck in attempting to get a glimpse of Boston? We have 5 daylight hours on a Monday before heading to the airport back to Texas. I am a middle school Science teacher who'll be there in mid-October with my husband Architect and son high school Senior. Thanks for your input.

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We won't dare sleep late in the hotel! Thanks so much for this informative list!

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I'm very glad to find your list. It's so timely as I'll take my family to visit Boston and Cape Cod next week. Thanks so much for taking the time to compile the list. Great information on the Boston area! Thanks for this, I am forwarding it on to some visitors to the area. Wow, I live in Boston and still had to look-up some cheap things to do today with my nephew.

I love to fish and can do this for free either at Castle Island or Black Falcon, but not when it's raining as it is today!

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I love the fact that the Library gives free Museum and Aquarium passes! Thanks for the reminder. Great article. I just moved to Boston and can't wait to check out all of these places.

Starting tomorrow! Is thank you enough to say to all of you? But i do thank you all sooooo much it is amazing there. GREAT list! I lived in Boston for 2 years as a student, so a lot of things were free to me and never knew about the free passes offered by the BPL - thanks for that, as I'll be taking my 3 kids to the Aquarium this afternoon courtesy of my new membership!

We'll also be chacking out Quincy Market as it is Wednesday. Perfect list. Boston is one place on my list that I definitely want to visit for an extended period of time! Thanks for this amazing hub. I have been in the Boston area for 3 years now and have visited most of the things on your list and it is right on.


The Arnold Arboretum Harvard University should be added to the list. It can be accessed by the Orange Line. Wonderderful walk for spring, summer and fall. Thanks for all your helpful tips. Walking is definitely the way to explore Boston and its free. I was there last month to take my daughter to college and had the chance to explore few of the sites that was mention. I will be back and do the other places mentioned.


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Thanks to the people that provided recent corrections to some of the material on this site. I have updated the site to reflect these changes and added in a disclaimer on the hub for materials here for future reference. Great list, but one correction: the Harvard Museum of Natural History is free to Massachusetts residents only, Sundays 9 am to noon, and Wednesdays from 3 to 5 pm September to May , excluding commercial groups.

It's also free to Bank of America card holders on the first weekends of every month. Don't miss the world famous Glass Flowers, dinosaurs, hundreds of animals, minerals, meteorites, new exhibits Headgear, Language of Color, more. I'm planning a trip in September to see Boston and have been reviewing and researching the information you have provided.