The 50-acre Boston Common is the country’s oldest public park. If you have any doubt, refer to the plaque emblazoned with the words of...
Park Street Church
Shortly after the construction of Park St Church, powder for the War of 1812 was stored in the basement, earning this location the...
This bronze beauty dates to 1868, when it was gifted to the city of Boston by wealthy merchant Gardner Brewer. After a recent...
The Modern Theatre dates to 1876 and showed Boston's first 'talkie' in 1928. Nearly a century later, the building has opened its doors...
Staff will usher you discretely through closed doors into this hidden 'modern supper club'. The spectacular space artfully blends...
3 Winter Pl · interesting places nearby
According to an 1883 guide to Boston: ‘The leading French restaurant of the city is Ober’s, on Winter Place… This has more than a local fame. It is most patronized by the possessors of long purses.’ This description still rings true. Many 19th-century artworks and architectural details have survived in the sumptuous dining rooms. Happily, the exclusive men-only policy has not. Reservations required.