Why not enjoy a virtual reality tour of Boston
One of the greatest cities in New England, Boston is famous as a historic destination and also for the culture and sporting history that the residents of the city share with their visitors. With a lovely waterfront area and plenty of old buildings showing the history of the city as one of the first colonial ports of arrival during the growth of the United States, taking a virtual tour of Boston’s sights is a very interesting experience. The fact that these sights are recreated in cinematic virtual reality help to ensure that it is a remarkable experience that conveys much of the history and atmosphere of the city.
The Cultural Hotbed Of Jamaica Plain
This beautiful and interesting area of the city is well known for its cultural diversity, as well as being home of the Samuel Adams Brewery, which is one of the most interesting in the country. The virtual reality tour of Boston will feature much of the natural wonders of Jamaica Plain, which includes the Jamaica Pond, which is a lovely green area with a network of paths, and the Arnold Arboretum which has thousands of trees. Seeing Center Street is a feast for the eyes, with many of the cultural identities being represented in the stores and retailers along the street.
Explore The Waterfront District Of South Boston
While South Boston was traditionally an Irish working class area of the city which was quite parochial with a strong sense of community, there have been some changes in the seafront district over recent years. The building of the Institute of Contemporary Art near the seafront has led to a gentrification of the area, with the Modernist design beautifully captured by the virtual tour’s cinematic virtual reality. The beaches and seafront of South Boston are also pleasant areas to explore, while the annual St Patrick’s Day parade here is one of the biggest in the world.
Visit The USS Constitution
At the end of Boston’s Freedom Trail, the USS Constitution is a ship that was once a key part of the War of 1812 in which the United States finally achieved their freedom from the British. The ship was named by George Washington himself in 1797, and is the oldest commissioned Navy ship that is still afloat, as well as being beautifully recreated by the virtual tour of Boston city center. Seeing this ship at Pier 1 of the Charleston Navy Yard is still a very impressive sight.
See The Sporting Legacy Of Fenway Park
One of the most important parts of the culture of Boston is their love affair with sport, and when it comes to baseball, Fenway Park is the oldest ballpark among the Major League Baseball venues. First opened in 1912, Fenway Park has hosted ten World Series events, of which five of these have been won by the Boston Red Sox. The cinematic virtual reality of the tour really helps to convey the amazing atmosphere when this arena is in full swing.