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Touring the historical sites of Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Conservancy, Battleship Cove, Salem Witch Museum

Touring Historical Boston

Feb 25, 2014

It is hard to run out of things to do in Boston. On top of all the historical tours and cultural experiences, you can go a little deeper by visiting other hidden Boston gems that locals treasure and visit often.

Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Conservancy

185, Kneeland St., Boston, MA 02111
(617) 292-0020

Rose F. Kennedy Greenway Conservancy is where local residents come for colorful carousel rides, relax and unwind at an open park lawn and its proximity to the harbor is a good plus. The carousel remains open everyday in June right down to October. You will find kids running joyfully all around the park and conservancy while adults gather for some bonding moments.

Pack a picnic to enjoy the park facilities which includes:-

  • 7 water features for the kids to play around in
  • food trucks
  • one of the largest free public wifi system in Commonwealth
  • new custom carousels around the park inspired by Boston school-going children themselves

Battleship Cove

5, Water Street, Fall River, MA 02721
(508) 678-1100

Battleship Cove is a non-profit maritime museum and war memorial and one of the largest of its kind in the region. It features, USS Massachusetts, a former World War II battleship. Expect state of the art special effects at the showcase of Pearl Harbor Experience while the whole family will get to spend quality time together in a kids-friendly environment learning about our history at the same time.

Battleship Cove is a well-preserved museum that aims to restore and preserve the country’s heritage and bring the stories behind them to live for Boston charter bus visitors.

The museums exhibits are:-

  • USS Massachusetts BB59
  • USS Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr. DD850
  • USS Lionfish SS298
  • PT Boats
  • Hiddensee
  • Women Protecting US
  • YGGR Exhibit
  • Former Crewmembers’ Exhibit
  • D-Day Room
  • USS Saint Paul Exhibit, and many more...

Salem Witch Museum

19 1/2 N Washington Square, Salem, MA 01970
(978) 744-1692

For those who are interested in learning about something a little more out-of-the-ordinary during your bus charter tour of Boston, bring the rented charter bus to Salem Witch Museum in Washington Square. The museum takes visitors all the way back to 1692 where witchcraft was capable of bringing spellbinding fear into the hearts of anyone.

The museum explores every generation’s conceptualization of ‘witch’ and ‘witchcraft’ as it evolves through the century. You will also learn about what a ‘witch hunt’ really is all about back then.

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