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Boston - one of America's oldest cities - has a rich history of revolution and transformation, and it retains this spirit today.
You don't have to go far to experience the city's vibrant past first hand. The Freedom Trail winds its way around the city, connecting 16 historically significant sites, from the first public school in America to sites linked to the American fight for independence. Art and culture have thrived in Boston since the 19th century when many of the city's museums and libraries were established. These institutions still play a key part in Boston's ever-dynamic art, theatre and music scenes.
Boston is home to the four-time world-champion Patriots and the World Series-winning Boston Red Sox, making it a must-visit for sports fans.
The city is also famous for its seafood, with lobster and oysters considered local specialties. You can try seafood around the city but the Seaport District boasts some of the best and offers amazing harbour views.
Boston is a fantastic choice for disabled holidays. It is easy for wheelchair-users to navigate using public transport as all buses are accessible. The majority of Boston's taxi fleet is made up of wheelchair accessible vans. The city's biggest attractions - including Fenway Park Stadium - are accessible and comply to ADA (the Americans with Disabilities Act).