The waterfront is not void of historic places but is tremendously acknowledged for its versatility. Places of interest include the USS Constitution Museum where historical exhibitions such as the "Sailor's Life in 1812' exhibits, and the "Old Ironsides in War and Peace" exhibits are displayed. Also very interesting is the England Aquarium Building with over 20 thousand members. It houses the Simons Theatre and the New England Aquarium Whale watch which attracts over one million visitors annually. Other fascinating areas are the Boston Tea party ships and Museum, totally impressive for its American Revolution historic displays and the pyramid of breathtaking trends in videos, performances and art," the contemporary institute of arts, Boston.
Due to the area's proximity to the sea, just south of the North End neighborhood
, it is populated by different races whose lifestyles and especially food is now a major attraction for diners. The blend of Italian, Asian, French, American and Mexican cuisine add absolute color and variety to life in the Waterfront.