The City of Boston
Founded in 1630 and chartered in 1822, Boston is one of America’s most historic cities and regarded as the cradle of the American Revolution.
The city developed into a major port and commercial centre in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries and has benefited substantially from its connections with finance, trade, education and culture, ties that remain strong today.
Guide to a Masonic Walking Tour of Boston.
In addition to its Masonic connections, the city is home to numerous art galleries and museums, and to theatres, opera, the world-class Boston Symphony Orchestra, avante garde street performers, and other free shows,concerts and experiences. Visitors also benefit from a wide range of hotels, myriad restaurants serving multiple cuisines, and a vast number of historic sites and districts.
September is one of the best times to visit Boston. The temperature is generally mild, averaging around 70-72F (22-23C) in the day and around 58-60F (14-15C) overnight. Precipitation is on average low, around 3″ (100mm) for the month as a whole, with some 8 hours of sunshine per day.
The current weather forecast can be seen here.
Boston has numerous hotel options ranging from the expensive to the more reasonable: – Click here to see Boston’s Hotels
AirBNB is also recommended, with a wide range of apartments and rooms available and prices varying from c.US$50 to US$100+ per night: – Click here for AirBNB.
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