It has been an incredibly hot and humid Boston summer, and getting on a boat, out on the water to explore the Boston Harbor Islands was a huge relief. We relished the twenty degree drop in temps at Georges Island. The Harbor Islands are a relatively new National Park, and they are chock full of history. We only ventured to George's Island to explore Fort Warren. Fort Warren is approximately 90% of the entire island, and the ultimate adult fort. It was used during the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, WWI and WWII. It took us approximately 2 hours to venture around the entire fort. There is a guided tour option given by the Park Ranger, which lasts about 90 minutes. It is definitely worth the history lesson.
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