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Harpoon Brewery

Tucked away in the South Boston piers, Harpoon Brewery is a blessing for beer lovers everywhere. Many travel considerable distances to sample the handcrafted beer made here. Attend tasting and viewing sessions from Tuesday through Saturday, where you'll get to sample a wide variety of beer and see the entire operation from the brewery platform. Reservations are required for parties of 15 or more. Families are welcome; individuals must be 21 years or older and have ID to taste. The brewery's store sells everything from t-shirts and glasses to beer. For those who would just like to grab a pint without the tour, can visit their beer hall.

Harvard Mineralogical Museum

Part of the prestigious Harvard Museum of Natural History, the Mineralogical & Geological Museum at Harvard University (MGMH) features over 3000 minerals, rocks, gemstones, meteorites and other precious stones in its repertoire. The Harvard Mineralogical Museum, as MGMH is popularly known, is dedicated towards the discovery, collection, preservation and development of important rocks, minerals, gemstones, ores and meteorite fragments collected from different parts of the planet. All these precious minerals and rocks are on display at the museum's public gallery, which is open to visitors from 9 am to 5 pm daily, except on public holidays.

Hooper–Lee–Nichols House

Located on 159 Brattle Street, the Hooper-Lee-Nichols House is an iconic Colonial American-era house in Cambridge. Recognized as the second oldest house in Cambridge, the house was built in 1685 by Richard Hooper as a First Period-era farmhouse. Enlisted into the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, this key literary landmark attracts thousands of tourists from all over the US every year. Designed by noted architect, Joseph E. Chandler, the house has been refurbished and remodeled several times since its construction. It currently serves as the headquarters of the Cambridge Historical Society.

Yin Yu Tang House

The Yin Yu Tang House in the Peabody Essex Museum is a unique one. The name translates to Hall of Plentiful Shelter and it was initially owned by a wealthy Chinese merchant. The house is architectural marvel with tile roof and walls are built with sandstone and brick. The interiors are furnished with personal effects and furniture of the family that lived here. Many exquisite Asian art pieces are here as well. Guided tours of the house are available.

Boston Food Tours

A downtown Boston highlight since 1994, accomplished and acclaimed chef and tour guide Michele Topor invites guests to explore the rich history of Boston's North End and Chinatown districts. Involved in food since an early age, Topor started her walking tours as an ambulatory addition to her cooking classes. On the North End tour, guests learn about Mediterranean eating customs before delving into practical food shopping, visiting salumerias, greengrocers, enotecas and a 70-year-old coffee and spice shop that still serves patrons today. The Chinatown tour is a bit different, taking travelers through the Chinatown gate to discover an authentic bakery, barbecue restaurant, herbal pharmacy and boba tea shop before sitting down for a guided dim sum tour with a knowledgeable guide. Several skilled docents and maybe even Ms. Topor herself will guide you through a mobile cooking class, showcasing the sights and smells of Boston's best. Tour sizes are very small (the North End tour has spots for 13 people while the Chinatown tour has spots for ten), so book your reservation today!

Krakow Witkin Gallery

Known for showcasing the works of contemporary artists, the Krakow Witkin Gallery is the preferred place for lovers of modern paintings, sculpture and drawings. Tara Donovan, Leslie Wilcox and Sol LeWitt are some of the names that are regularly featured here. The exhibitions here are inspiring and impressive and are well attended by many.

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