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Massachusetts is a state in the United States and its capital is Boston. This state checks most of the boxes that a tourist would ask for as his destination, as is vividly seen in its the sandy beaches, deep forests, classic architecture, immersive music scenes and pulsating nightlife and most significantly, a lot of history. Massachusetts has courted the European settlers in 17th century and then hosted initial rounds of American Revolution in late 18th century. Two of the world’s most celebrated educational institutions, Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, are also an integral part of this state.
The Harvard Museum of Natural History is situated in Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. It is home to a diversified representation of diversity of life on earth, including dinosaurs, fossil invertebrates, reptiles, mammals, birds and fish. It also has an interesting display on meteorites, minerals and gemstones. The star attraction here is the historic Ware Collection of Blaschka Glass Models of Plants, which is popularly known as the Glass Flowers.
The Boston Public Garden in Boston, Massachusetts was established in 1837 as the first public botanical garden in the United States. it is home to an immaculate range of native and introduced trees (central to which are the weeping willows and the European and American elms) and some old statues including its first statue called Triton Babies Fountain (acquired in 1927) and a 19th century equestrian statue of George Washington.
The Faneuil Hall was built in 1742 as a market hall by a rich merchant Peter Faneuil. It soon gave way to a market and a place for public gatherings. A hundred years later, it became an epicenter of anti-slavery meetings and some soul-stirring speeches. Two of its hallmarks, the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Museum on its top floor (that preserves paintings of former battles and soldiers’ uniforms) and the gilded grasshopper, a weathervane upon the cupola of the building, deserve a must visit.