Try Classic New England Popovers at Popover King
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The Charles River. Fenway Park. Bunker Hill. You'll have a clear view of all of these iconic Boston sites from the Skywalk Observatory. Perched 50 stories up, this lookout provides a panorama that stretches up to 100 miles on a clear day — far beyond the confines of the city — so it's the perfect way to get a bird's eye view of Boston.
In addition to the awe-inspiring views, the Skywalk Observatory also boasts the in-house Dreams of Freedom Museum. It celebrates the diversity that makes Boston so unique. One of out every three residents in the city has immigrated from another country, and the Dreams of Freedom Museum tells some of their stories in colorful detail. After exploring the museum, head to the "Wings Over Boston" experience in the exhibit theater. You'll be immersed in the past, present, and future of this historic city.