Traveling to Boston? Here are 5 free things to do in Boston while you are enjoying your stay in the city. Boston Common, the Museum of Fine Arts, North End, Boston Tea Party Museum and Fenway Park are all popular amongst tourists. For more details about fun things to do in Boston and other travel information, visit: http://www.TripKitten.com
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