Copley Square, Boston
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Copley Square, named for painter John Singleton Copley, is a public square in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood, bounded by Boylston Street, Clarendon Street, St. James Avenue, and Dartmouth Street.To visit Copley Square and get the most from your holiday in Boston, create itinerary details personal to you using our Boston holiday planner.
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Our hotel was just off the square. There are some fascinating buildings on the square, both old and new and there are excellent transport links too. it is easy to walk to some of the main attrtactions... read more »
Buscando el local de Apple, pude recorrer esa hermosa avenida, con mucho colorido, caravana de los Krishna incluida, y a la vuelta comimos en uno de esos pubs tan particulares, muy bien atendidosLooking for local Apple, I could take that beautiful Avenue, with colorful, caravan of the included Krishna, and on the return we ate at one of those pubs so special, well servedshow original
Are you in Boston for business? Well, just chill out, visit Copley square. Get a " To- go" meal at one of the nearby restaurants or fast food places, or at the street food van and sit on the steps aro... read more »
A great place to people watch! Loots of open space in the city, blocks from a string of green spaces to be found in the area. Shops line the square and a huge Church sits in the middle(Trinity Church, nationally registered), OLd South Church sits diagonally across form Trinity and oppisite of the Boston Public Library. I live 2 blocks away and spend a couple of hours in copley like its my back yard. It can be occasionally over run with homeless and or tourists.
Always something good happening at Copley Square. Boston Public Library . Trinity Church, Old South Church. Farmers Market on Tuesdays. public art. this is a nice place
They were having their Farmer's Market when I walked through and it was really fun! I have discovered I really like visiting Boston in the months leading up to July, since everything is so patriotic. It really is amusing.
This is a nice little square but what I found most interesting to notice on this place is the contrast of old vs. new. There is a antique chapel on one side of the plaza with a glass skyscraper besides it and the chapel reflected on the other building, it was a impressive sight to see.
Pretty square in the middle of Boston's Back Bay. Situated between the historic, Boston Public Library, and the beautiful Trinity Church. Great area to sit at the fountain or lay in the grass and read a book.
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