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Visiting Boston from Toronto at the start of September - places to stay & go, things to do?

 
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Any suggestions? Bringing our 1.5 & 4 y.o. kids with us
 
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Boston Museum of Science
Faneuil Hall
USS Constitution
Paul Revere House
Old North Church
Bunker Hill Monument
King's Chapel
Freedom Trail
Boston Commons
State House, gold dome, Sacred Cod

Head South a bit, Plymouth
Plymouth Rock
Plymouth Plantation
John Alden House

A little further south
Cape Cod, that's a week all by itself

 
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Thanks Ken,

Any permie sorta stuff around there?
 
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I've not been out and about up there since the mid 90s.
 
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Here is 60 places to see.
http://highlandstreet.org/freefunfridays.html

I also got a food forest in my backyard if you want to visit.
 
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Here is a really good one.
http://www.meetup.com/Urban-Homesteaders-League/
 
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