Boston, Massachusetts for Toddlers & Pre-K
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- At a Glance
One of the oldest and most beautiful cities in America, Boston prides itself on its history, culture, and baked beans. There's something for every kid and every family in Boston: a state-of-the-art Children's Museum, boats on the harbor, the Boston Duck Tours, the Museum of Science, and more.
Suggested Trip Plan for Toddlers & Pre-K
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If your family only has time to do one thing in Boston, you should go on a whale watch. A high-speed catamaran skims you across the water for about...
One of the best children's museums in the world, this a must-see if you're bringing little ones to Boston. There are three floors of unadulterated fun to be had...
This friendly neighborhood park, where you're more likely to find locals than tourists, is located behind the New England Aquarium in the North End. In addition to an elaborate play...
Located a mile from the Old North Bridge and overlooking Concord’s Monument Square since 1716, this Concord inn is less than a mile from...
Child care (in room surcharge)
Cribs (infant beds) available
Internet access - complimentary
Hotel / Motel
Within walking distance to the Children's Museum, this luxury hotel is a haven for families. The rooms are spacious by Boston standards, the view is phenomenal (ask for a room...
Hotel / Motel
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Patriotic Tales, Historic CharmA Family Vacation in Boston, MA with Toddlers & Pre-K
1.Longfellow HouseLongfellow House
105 Brattle Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
2.USS Constitution MuseumUSS Constitution Museum
22 Charlestown Navy Yard # 28
Charlestown, MA 02129
3.Faneuil HallFaneuil Hall
Quincy Market Building
Boston, MA 02109
4.Boston Harbor CruisesBoston Harbor Cruises
1 Long Wharf
Boston, MA 02110
5.Boston by Little FeetBoston by Little Feet
77 N Washington St
Boston, MA 02114+1910
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