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Whether you explore colonial history along the Freedom Trail or browse French Impressionist paintings at the Museum of Fine Arts, there's plenty to discover in New England's cultural hub. After landing at General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport (BOS), visit the Old State House and learn about a massacre that ignited the American Revolution. Walk the cobblestone streets at Quincy Marketplace to shop for some souvenirs or feast on American lobster and blue crab.
The Ted Williams Tunnel and Sumner Tunnel offer a quick drive between General Edward Lawrence Logan International Airport and downtown Boston. Find a parking garage near Fenway Park and watch the Red Sox compete against MLB opponents. Cross the Charles River and head to the MIT Museum to discover the history of computer technology on the campus of a prominent research university.
From the Arbor Arboretum to the Boston Common, there are hundreds of acres in Boston that offer tranquility amid busy streets. Enjoy the tunes of classical music at Symphony Hall or watch some drama unfold at the Cutler Majestic Theatre.
A flight from Portland International Airport (PDX) to Boston takes 6 hours. If you're interested in doing some bird watching and fishing near BOS, get in your rental car and drive to Deer Island Park along the Massachusetts Bay.