字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Welcome to Boston, Massachusetts, a city steeped in history and full to overflowing with art and culture! Hello, I’m Victoria. I’d like to show you a sample of what this beautiful and vibrant city has to offer. A wonderful starting point is the unique and interactive Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum. Watch re-enactments of what occurred on December 16, 1773, when Colonists tipped 342 chests of tea into the Harbour in protest over the Tea Tax imposed by the British. You can even try tossing tea in the water yourself from an authentically restored ship! Next, we’ll step into Boston’s vibrant art scene. First opened in 1876, the Museum of Fine Arts is host to over 450,000 works of art. From master works from the Americas, Europe, Asia, and the Ancient World, to textiles, fashion and jewellery, the MFA is sure to impress. Within easy walking distance, my next stop is the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, home to a collection of over 2,500 paintings, sculptures, tapestries, furniture, manuscripts, rare books and decorative art. It’s housed in this stunning 15th Century Venetian-style palazzo with three stories of galleries and the beautiful courtyard garden. Isabella Stewart Gardner made it her mission in life to bring art to the people. For a memorable evening head over to Symphony Hall, home to the world famous Boston Symphony Orchestra and The Boston Pops. A Tradition in world class entertainment providing music to delight audiences year round. And not to be missed, the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum, located on the waterfront at Columbia Point. This modern, sleek building stands on pristine 10-acre grounds and is dedicated to the life and legacy of the 35th President of the United States with multiple theatres and multimedia exhibits it’s sure to keep you occupied. This iconic American city has given me a wealth of memories to take back home. Be sure to include historic Boston on your next US-bound holiday!