4 Things You Didn’t Know About Boston

Boston is a beautiful city. Every year, millions of people travel to Boston to sightsee, explore, and experience restaurants, culture, and sporting events. It’s one of the most famous cities in the United States for a reason. There are plenty of interesting facts about the cradle of democracy, Beantown, Boston, that you are entirely unaware of. Bricco Suites is here to share with you some interesting facts about our home and our favorite city.

Boston’s Home To The First Subway Tunnel in The USA

Yeah, bet you didn’t know that. Boston’s Tremont Station is the oldest subway tunnel in the United States. It was first introduced in 1987 to relieve some of the city’s foot traffic as people continued to immigrate. Boston wanted to recreate the system that London was having success with. Now, Boston’s extensive subway system is known as the “T” and takes you throughout the city of Boston. 

The Oldest Baseball Stadium in America

Baseball is America’s pastime. It’s grown with us throughout the years and has been there for us for good and bad times. Next time you’re in Boston and pending when the pandemic ends, take a visit to the oldest stadium in Boston, Fenway Park. Fenway Park is home to the Boston Redsox and was created in 1912. It has a 40-foot green iconic wall known as the Green Monster that steals the show. Fenway Park features great food, beer, and a terrific aesthetic for pictures. If you’re a history buff or love baseball, visiting Fenway Park is a must! 

Oldest University in America 

Surprise surprise, another institution that’s extremely old in Boston, Massachusetts. Harvard University, which needs no introduction, is the first college in the United States and is a beautiful place to visit. Harvard University offers tours to take you through the history of the most venerable college in America and lets you walk around its beautiful campus. Just make sure not to disturb the students while they study! 

Ranked #6 As Most Artistic Cities

Boston was ranked an incredible #6 on the NCAR Arts Vibrancy Test. The artistic attractions are hard to argue with. Boston is home to The Museum of Fine Arts, The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, which holds pieces of art in the millions, and the Institution of Contemporary Art in the Seaport District. There are dozens of other attractions for art lovers in Boston, making it a premier, elite city for Art as a whole.

Book a stay at Bricco Suites, and see the wonderful city of Boston as it begins to open up more and more. Fenway, Museums, restaurants, and history are all waiting for you. See you soon, and give us a call if you have any questions about our rooms or services offered to you.

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