Boston Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Boston - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Acorn Street

  • Neighborhood/Street

Surely the most photographed street in the city, Acorn is Ye Olde Colonial Boston at its best. Leave the car behind, as the cobblestone...

Appalachian Mountain Club

  • Educational Institution

The bowfront mansion that serves as the headquarters of one of New England's oldest environmental institutions draws nature lovers from...

Arlington Street Church

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Opposite the Park Square corner of the Public Garden, this church was erected in 1861—the first to be built in the Back Bay. Though...

Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University

  • Garden/Arboretum

This 281-acre living laboratory established in 1872 in accordance with the terms of a bequest from New Bedford merchant James Arnold...

Back Bay Mansions

  • House/Mansion/Villa

If you like nothing better than to imagine how the other half lives, you'll suffer no shortage of old homes to sigh over in Boston's...

Bay Village

  • Neighborhood/Street

This pocket of early-19th-century brick row houses, near Arlington and Piedmont streets, is a fine, mellow neighborhood (Edgar Allan...

Beacon Street

  • Building/Architectural Site

Some New Englanders believe that wealth is a burden to be borne with a minimum of display. Happily, the early residents of Beacon Street...

Benjamin Franklin Statue/Boston Latin School

  • Public Art (Mural/Sculpture/Statue)

This stop on the Freedom Trail commemorates the famous revolutionary and inventor. His likeness also marks the original location of Boston...

Blackstone Block

  • Local Interest–Sight

Between North and Hanover streets, near the Haymarket, lies the Blackstone Block, now visited mostly for its culinary landmark the Union...

Boston Athenaeum

  • Library/Archive

It was William Tudor, one of the cofounders of the Boston Athenæum, who first compared Boston with Athens because of its many cultural...