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  • Explore the Boston Public Library across the street, whic was America’s first publicly funded library (1848), as well as the first public library to lend books. Peruse the library’s enviable collection of rare books and artwork like original copies of William Shakespeare's The First Folio, original music scores by Mozart, and etchings by Rembrandt.

  • Explore Boston Common, the most historic public park in the United States dating back to 1634. It was known as the Common Land and was used to graze local livestock, was a site for Puritanical punishments, and was also a “trayning field” where more than 1,000 Redcoats made camp during the British occupation of Boston in 1775.

  • Explore Beacon Hill, one of Boston’s most exclusive neighborhoods where politicians, poets, and philanthropists have made their home. Filled with cobblestone streets as well as Federal and Greek Revival-style architecture, the neighborhood guides visitors to the Massachusetts State House, the townhouses of Louisburg Square, and Acorn Street, which is often called the most beautiful street in America.

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