Things to do in Boston include walking the Freedom Trail, touring Fenway Park, visiting Cambridge, shopping at Faneuil Hall Marketplace and going to the famous Cheers bar. Visitors can also dine at top restaurants at the South End, run along the Charles River Esplanade and go boating at Jamaica Pond.
One of the most popular activities in Boston is walking the Freedom Trail, a path that meanders among some of the most historical sites in Boston and New England history, including the Paul Revere House and the Old North Church where Paul Revere lit lanterns to warn of the impending British attack. The Old State House is where the Declaration of Independence was read to the public. Other notable landmarks along the trail include Bunker Hill, the USS constitution, and Boston Common.
Faneuil Hall Marketplace, another historical landmark on the Freedom Trail, is a shopping area with several stores and restaurants. Foodies can visit the South End for a wide selection of dining experiences. Shoppers can meander down Newbury Street and the Back Bay to pick up interesting items from local boutiques or big chain stores. Tourists can take a break from the big city and swim or boat in the waters of Jamaica Pond or stroll along parks in Boston's Emerald Necklace.