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New England Aquarium

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1 Central Wharf
Boston, MA 02110

 (617) 973-5200

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"Among the things I know are wheelchair accessible are, Salem Maritime National Historic Site Huntington Theatre Company Museum of Science American Repertory Theater Boston Duck Tours Harvard Yard Freedom Trail John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum Harbor Street Chinatown Public Garden New England Aquarium Prudential Center Boston Fenway Park Boston Harbor Island Cruises Whale Watching Tours Where you may run into problems with accessibility are in some of the older, historic buildings."  See More

"There's the Museum of Fine Arts, Museum of Science, Boston Common, and the New England Aquarium."  See More

"The Boston Children's Museum and New England Aquarium are both great for kids."  See More

"Besides it is walking distance from New England Aquarium, The Childrens Museum and the Old State House."  See More

"I love the New England Aquarium from that area you can take a sail boat for amazing views of Boston Horbor with Come Sail Away Now If you are more into museums there is the Museum of Fine Arts and the Institute of Contemporary Art A typically tourist thing to do, and free to walk around would be to follow the Freedom Trail and visit Faneuil Hall for some amazing eats."  See More

"I visited Boston almost yearly when mt children were young - must go to Boston Children's Museum and the New England Aquarium."  See More

"New England Aquarium is great and on the water so a great place to walk around."  See More

"Afterwards you can visit the New England Aquarium which is a short walk away."  See More

"5 mile hike of the Freedom Trail 5) Tour the Fenway Park 6) Boston Duck Tours for fun Boston insights, great views of Boston and the lovely Charles river 7) Whale watching at Boston Harbor Cruises 8) New England Aquarium 9) Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University campuses 10) Copley Square 11) Harvard Square Tons of food options everywhere."  See More

"Boston is a great city to visit with children? MUST go to the Boston Children's Museum ..."  See More

"The New England Aquarium is small and well worth the time as is the John F Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum which is an easy train ride, where the library has a shuttle to/from the nearest stop."  See More

"I think it starts in the North End (for sure by the New England Aquarium)."  See More

"Don't spend all your time staring down at your map (a big joke in Boston) or down at the red stripe : Especially this part of Boston is beautiful and it has much to offer outside of the church and Paul Revere House; soak in the surroundings and enjoy watching some of your fellow visitors as they have their head permanently bowed to the ground; 6 Finally, take some time to see some of the surroundings, too: the seafront by the New England Aquarium, the parks over the Big Dig, there is a lot to see very nearby which shouldn't be missed in the rush to find this or that historical oddity (which may or may not actually be what you think it is."  See More

"The Seaport District is Boston's latest and trendiest neighborhood, and it's a nice walk from there to the Waterfront and New England Aquarium."  See More

"If learning is your thing: I'm a total nerd, so I have spent far more time than most have at the New England Aquarium and Museum of Science."  See More

"Boston is a very walkable city and we have an excellent and color-coded subway so I would suggest the Museum Of Science Driveway, the New England Aquarium, eating in the North End (hopefully during one of the weekend saint feasts) and taking a boat ride out to one of the Harbor Islands- Long Island."  See More

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