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    Boston like a local: Art & Culture Aficionado

    I love Boston's selection of museums, concerts and theaters. Take me inside all things cultural in Boston.


    Boston like a local: Art & Culture Aficionado

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    Rose Kennedy Greenway in Boston

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    Sure, it makes sense to seek out old churches and places where colonial-era events occurred if you are interested in historic Boston architecture. But a public library? The Boston Public Library is the nation's first free municipal library and a National Historic Landmark. It is a magnificent building filled with murals and sculptures, and tours are available. And get this: The tours are free and no reservations are required.

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    The Old State House,which dates back to the early 1700s and offers tours to learn about its historical significance as well as its period architecture.

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    Christian Science Plaza,which is the home of the Mother Church for the Christian Science faith and offers lovely examples of Romanesque and Byzantine-Renaissance style architecture.

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    Among the places you might consider visiting are the circa-1877 Trinity Church, which is regarded as one of the country's most notable houses of worship.

    Windows Slideshow - Trinity Church in the City of Boston

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    North of the city,the Peabody Essexin Salem is among the nation's foremost museums for Asian art(befitting the historic city's early years as a major trade port withthe East) as well as maritime and Native American art and culture.

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    And speaking of new, the Institute of Contemporary Art offers an impressive collection of modern works and exhibits in a striking building on Fan Pier that opened in 2006.

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    Works by the masters, such asRembrandt, Titan, and Matisse can also be enjoyed at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, which added an elegant new wing as well in 2012.

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    The grand Museum of Fine Arts,one of the nation's finest, got even grander museum of fine arts with the opening of Art of the America's Wing in late 2010.

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    Hey theater aficionado, we know you love seeing shows. But do you love saving money? Thought so. Stop by the BosTix booths or visit BosTix online for ½-price day-of-show tickets and other nifty offers.

    BosTix | Discount Tickets to the Arts | BosTix.org

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    No two shows are ever the same at the ImprovBoston.

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    No two shows are ever the same at the Improv Asylum.

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    Speaking of comedy, headliners make 'em laugh at The Wilbur Theatre's Comedy Connection.

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    The Charles is also where you canfind the long-but-not-quite-as-long-running Boston production of thestrange but hilarious Blue Man Group.

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    The Charles Playhouse is the home of the madcap comedy and Boston original, "Shear Madness,"the country's longest running play.

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    You can learn about the city's major productions at Broadway In Boston.

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    Other places to catch a show include the Huntington Theatre Company and the American Repertory Theatre. Learn more about A.R.T here...

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    ther places to catch a show include the Huntington Theatre Company and the American Repertory Theatre. Learn more about the Huntington here...

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    Theater and Comedy Whether it's touring productions, original dramas, or Broadway-bound plays,Boston's shear madness stages are abuzz with performances. The Theater District boasts a number of grand and historic, but lovingly maintained theaters such as the Wang and Shubert, which are collectively known as the Citi Performing Arts Center.

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    You could also see what's on tap at the Celebrity Series of Boston, which features dance as well as music and other artists performing at the city's concert halls.

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    If you enjoy dance, see what the Boston Ballet has to offer.

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    Head to Royale to experience your favorite bands in more intimate settings.

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    Don't forget to peruse the schedule at clubs such as the House of Blues while in Boston.

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    Major acts perform at huge venues such as TD Garden.

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