Boston, Massachusetts

Immerse yourself in the historic charm of Boston with Summer AI, your personal AI Guide. Using cutting-edge technology that narrates your surroundings through precise GPS location and eloquent text-to-speech, explore this beautiful city at your own pace, taking whichever path you choose. Check out the historic Freedom Trail, where Summer AI can narrate the rich stories behind the 16 official sites, breathing life into two and a half centuries of America's most significant past. Stroll through the picturesque Boston Common, the oldest city park in the United States, while Summer AI tells you of its transformations over the centuries. Discover the architectural grandeur of Beacon Hill, known for its quaint narrow streets lined with Federal-style and Victorian brick row houses. Let Summer AI describe its historic alleys, each brimming with tales of past residents and notable events. Immerse yourself in the vibrant Italian heritage of the North End, the bustling atmosphere of Faneuil Hall Marketplace, or the New England Aquarium. With Summer AI, uncover the heart of Boston - a city where history and innovation live side by side.

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Sample Narrations

  1. Old State House

    Old State House is the oldest surviving public building in Boston, built in 1713 to house the government offices of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. It was rebuilt after a fire in 1747 and further restoration and changes were made in 1830. The building witnessed the Boston Massacre in 1770 and the Declaration of Independence was read from its balcony in 1776. Today, a cobblestone circle beneath the balcony marks the site of the Boston Massacre. The building housed commercial space and offices after 1798.

  2. New England Aquarium: History

    Boston has had multiple aquariums since the 1880s, the last being the South Boston Aquarium at Marine Park, which closed its doors in the 1950s. As part of the city’s goal of revitalizing the waterfront, a new, modern aquarium, designed by Peter Chermayeff of Cambridge Seven Associates, was planned starting in 1962. The brutalist concrete building with its cavernous interior was opened to the public in 1969. The Giant Ocean Tank, a 200,000-US-gallon cylindrical exhibit made of concrete and glass, opened in 1970.

  3. Fan Pier Walkway

    Fan Pier Walkway is a part of Fan Pier, which is a significant waterfront site in Boston. It offers various opportunities for office, retail, restaurant, and residential spaces. The area is known for its beautiful scenery, waterfront cafes, and restaurants. Fan Pier Walkway is also close to attractions like the Institute of Contemporary Art and the Freedom Trail. The area has a park with landscaped green spaces, tables, benches, lookout terraces, and fire pits. Fan Pier Marina is also located in the Seaport District, offering slips for vessels. Overall, Fan Pier is a vibrant and dynamic neighborhood in Boston.

  4. DeFilippo Playground

    DeFilippo Playground is a large playground in Boston's North End named after Private John Defilippo. It includes a handball court, basketball courts, street hockey facilities, playgrounds, and play structures for ages 2 to 12. The park's sports facilities are recently renovated and include a basketball court, street hockey rink, and racquetball court.

Over 2000 Points Of Interest

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