Boston Visit with Teenagers

Visit with teens - Boston Forum  March 6, 2013 – 07:50 am
Ideas for entertaining your preteens and teens in Boston - Boston

6. Re: Visit with teens

Feb 05, 2013, 2:59 PM

I'm sure you have a particular reason for visiting MIT campus, but consider also visiting Harvard Campus. It's more charming and historic, and it's more of a defined campus vs buildings spread out over a wider area. Harvard Square is also a fun spot.

In addition to the FT, walk around Beacon Hill. I adored that as a teen. The scale and character of the old architecture and streets fascinated me. It was just way cool.

The North End is worth a deeper visit (you'll pass through on the FT). It's Boston's historic Little Italy.

Whale Watch cruise is a must if the weather cooperates.


Perhaps a day trip to Salem. You can go by commuter rail.


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The map is not that confusing

And i dont really believe a city like NY did not put tourists in mind when creating the thing. i mean, NYC is all about tourism.
unless the tourist are visiting from another planet, they're visiting from another planet, tourists should be able to make some sense of the subway map. you just need to spend more than 10 minutes looking the map over, preferably NOT leaning over someone on a rumbling 4/5 train.
a bunch of visitors i know from boston and chicago also get by as they follow the red line, blue line etc.
what REALLY screws people up (including natives!) is the weekend advisories/constructions/detours so make sure to read the red/white signs when you get in the station.

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