No other city in the United States has as much historical significance from the colonial and Revolutionary battles as Boston, which is one of the oldest. Boston is home to America’s first chocolate factory, built-in 1765, as well as the first free municipal library, subway system, and public park.
The Isabella Steward Gardner Museum houses many notable art pieces, and Boston has an astounding amount of famous artworks and buildings. In 1990, the museum was the target of a heist in which criminals took 13 works of art worth more than $500 million. The work is still missing, and anyone with knowledge is eligible for a hefty reward.
The Boston Tea Party of 1772, the Boston Massacre, and the Boston witch trials, which preceded the Salem witch trials, are all important historical events in American history. It’s a fantastic, culturally rich city with a plethora of fun activities to do and iconic Boston monuments to view.