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Experience a little culture on your gaycation.
This stretch of the coastline is quite lovely and certainly full of history. You can check out the Boston Tea Party site and help toss the tea overboard, or just spend time gossiping.
A must for baseball fans. Also conveniently located near the ballpark is the city’s most popular cruising area, as well as the gay nightlife on Lansdowne and Boylston Streets.
The MFA has a vast collections of classical fine art. It strives to have some of the most important and rare artistic treasures in the world.
Check out the free gallery and you might find yourself a cute art student who needs some inspiration.
For over 140 years, the culture and artifacts of the varied peoples of the world have been catalogued and collected at prestigious Peabody Museum. So go if you like people.
The big attraction (literally) of this aquarium is the 200,000-gallon Giant Ocean Tank in the center. Expect to see your usually assortment of aquatic mammals and fish.
Contemporary art and performance meld at this highly recommended museum. The interior garden is wonderful for reflecting alone or walking hand in hand with someone special.
Innovative and experiential art finds a home here, from visual art, exhibitions, music, film, video and performances.
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And let’s be honest, that’s pretty darn gay.