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  • New England AquariumNew England Aquarium Boston, Massachusetts
    The New England Aquarium, located in Boston, Massachusetts, has become one of the most remarkable and preferred public aquariums in the nation, opening in 1969, on the famous Boston waterfront; and considered one of the first modern public aquariums. It has become world famous because of its naturalization of the exhibits housing the marine life, with special emphasis on making the aquarium experience more natural for its visitors. The NEA has become synonymous with commitment to education, research, conservation and entertainment. Other venues included in the complex include the New England Aquarium Whale Watch that takes visitors out into the Atlantic to see the magnificent creatures of the deep as they frolic in the cold waters; and the Simons IMAX theater that is currently showing the 3D extravaganza Avatar.

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  • Castle IslandCastle Island Boston, Massachusetts
    Castle Island can be found in South Boston, sitting on the shoreline of Boston Harbor, on 22 marvelous acres, of recreation and history, since the former fort called William and Mary. It was named after the king and queen of England, fighting against France at the time for control of the new world. One of the most infamous prisoners ever held here was the privateer Pierre Maisonnat dit Baptisite during the early years of the 18th century. In 1779, it was renamed Fort Independence, and is considered one of the oldest forts in North America, and later became the site of the first state prison in Massachusetts. The current fort occupying the land was constructed during the years 1834 and 1851 and is the eighth generation of forts, now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In the beginning of the revolution, during the siege that was attempted by the British on the citizens of the city, the fort, called Castle William became the main camp for military operations by the British. Many Tories came to the island seeking refuge from the ravages of the war, as well as many leaders of the Massachusetts royal administration and their families.

January 11, 2011