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Newbury St
Boston, MA

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"Boston Duck Tours, explore Seaport District and North End neighborhoods, Museum of Science, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, shopping along Newbury St and Copley Place."  See More

"Boston is always beautiful, it Is always a bit Cold and windy, buy you have many museums, arts gallerys, Harvard University, Hancock Street, Newbury St, Market Place Center ,Legal Sea Foods Freedom Trail."  See More

"Nearby, Newbury St is a mecca for high end shopping, and trendy cafes."  See More

"Boston is a very lively and walkable city and I'm sure you're going to like it! For starters do the Freedom Trail which takes you through the most important sites associated with the start of the American Revolution. Plus you're going to see most of downtown Boston and the North End in that way! Beacon Hill is lovely for a walk (and is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Boston. Definitely check out Acorn St which is said to be the most photographed street in the US. Relevant posts here: /"  See More

"Newbury St has wonderful shopping, and is close to the The Shops at the Prudential Center ."  See More

"And if there's more time, I'd go on a Boston Duck Tour and/or walk down Newbury St."  See More

"Walk up and down Newbury St and check out all the shops."  See More

"A stroll through Beacon Hill and along the Charles River A visit to Boston Common A cannoli tasting at Mike's Pastry in the North End Shopping in the Back Bay (Newbury St) A short voyage to Cambridge (Massachusetts) to see the beautiful Harvard University campus"  See More

"Walk along Newbury St and explore the Back Bay See some of old Boston by foot walking around Beacon Hill Catch a show at the Citi Performing Arts Center-Wang Theatre"  See More

"The Back Bay and most notably Newbury St also have a lot of hustle&bustle."  See More

"Are they art museum people? If so, the Museum of Fine Arts is a must-see. It has a very large collection and a museum not big enough to hold it all, the result being that it's one of the best-curated art museums I've ever set foot in. The "Ladder District" has become a center for nightlife in Boston. (Hilarious for anyone who grew up there because it was once known as the "Combat Zone." Aaaaaah, gentrification...) It's been a couple of years since I lived there and the nightclub scene changes fast. All my old standbys have been bulldozed into the ground in order to build condominiums. This is a good beginning resource for places to go: ."  See More

"One through Beacon Hill, to the Public Garden, and then down Newbury St, walking one block off Newbury to go through Copley Square."  See More

"It can also be very lovely to walk down Newbury St and check out the many galleries."  See More

"If you're not into history, you could take a stroll down Newbury St to Boston Common for a taste of Boston shopping with old brick charm."  See More

"There are a few vintage and secondhand shops on Newbury St, that would probably be your best bet."  See More








   
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