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In the heart of the city is Boston Common, America's oldest park and the start of the Freedom Trail.In this large green space, which is much used by locals year-round, are various monuments and the Central Burying Ground of 1756.The meeting at Fenway Park will mark the first time since 1912 that "The Game" will be played at a location other than Harvard Stadium or the Yale Bowl.Ticket information and game time will be announced at a later date.The north side of Beacon Hill is far more modest, and has been home to immigrants, including a sizable African American community, since the early 19th century.National Park Service Rangers offer free guided tours of the Black Heritage Trail from April through November and you can follow the trail on a self-guided tour year round.
But more than that, the Freedom Trail is a good introduction to today's city, connecting or passing close to some of its best loved tourist attractions.
The Boston African American National Historic Site includes 15 pre-Civil War homes, businesses, schools, and churches that give a picture of Boston's 19th-century African American community.
The Museum of Afro-American History operates the African Meeting House, the country's oldest (1806) church built by and for Black Americans and now restored to its 1854 appearance.
Although a separate and independent city, for tourist purposes, Cambridge is part of Boston and connected by the same transit system.
Here, you'll find two of America's most prestigious and important universities, Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).