Even prior to former Boston Mayor Tom Menino dubbing the South Boston waterfront the Innovation District, the Hub was a center of progressive ideas. Innovation has long been a part of the city’s fabric dating back to its very beginnings. Here’s just a small sampling of sites associated with some of the more prominent Boston firsts....
On the heels of the 50th anniversary of the passing of JFK, native Bostonian and former White House staffer Heather Campion was recruited to help take the JFK Presidential Library and Museum to its next phase....
As the oldest surviving public building in Boston, the Old State House has seen a remarkable amount of history since its creation in 1713. Over the past 300 years, the Old State House, or “Towne House” as it is sometimes called, has been home to some of Boston’s biggest historical moments, including the Boston Massacre....
It’s probably no coincidence that the Museum of Fine Arts is hosting the exhibit Magna Carta: Cornerstone of Liberty right around the Fourth of July holiday, as many are celebrating the origins of America’s independence....
“I thought telling the story of just one historic ship would be fun for about three years,” says Anne Grimes Rand, president of the USS Constitution Museum. Rand came to the museum more than 25 ye...
Step back in time by visiting the Boston area sites most closely associated with the birth of the United States of America....
Events
Calendar
July 2014
« »
SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT
  
  
Facebook Twitter Twitter 2 Facebook 2

Like Us on Facebook