7. Boston Ghosts
From the first English Puritan settlers in the 1600s to the Boston Massacre and the Boston Tea Party, there's no getting around Boston's central role in early American history. It's no surprise, then, that Boston would also be one of the best spots in the country for touring cemeteries and other haunted places.
Boston Ghosts offers a 1-hour, roughly 1-mile walking tour of the city at night. It includes visits to the Puritan graves at King's Chapel, Boston's oldest cemetery; the ghosts of Boston Common; and the revolutionaries buried at the Granary Burying Ground, including Crispus Attucks, Paul Revere, John Hancock, and Samuel Adams.
Do more with a Go City Pass: Go City Passes let you pick your favorite attractions and attend them all on 1 pass. In Boston, that includes the New England Aquarium, the Salem Witch Museum, the Museum of Science, a tour of Fenway Park, and more.