Newbury Street, Boston
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Classical and Art Deco architecture dot Newbury Street with tall windows and red bricks. The first commercial establishments opened around 1906, and by the 1920s the area was a high-end social district. The attraction is known for its charming storefronts and luxury goods, which are located along the ground and first floors of the buildings. Take a stroll up and down the street and get a peek at merchandise in the shop windows. Use our Boston trip builder to add Newbury Street and other attractions to your Boston vacation plans.
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Newbury Street is a really pleasant shopping experience. The shops have been incorporated for the most part sensitively into the existing buildings and the street is simply lovely to visit. There are ... read more »
Newbury Street has been known for its little shops that are true gems. Unfortunately, a number of them have been taken over by large brands. It is still a lovely stroll.
This street was the next one to where we were staying and it is a lovely one to wander along. There are lots of shops but they don't LOOK like shops because they have been incorporated so well into th... read more »
I've had butternut squash soup, beet salad and a lobster sandwich. The soup was very flavorful and had good texture. The salad was equally good--it had nice textures going on and wasn't overdressed. The lobster sandwich wasn't great but it wasn't bad either. Overall, I was pleased with the experience.
I'm a big fan. The people are fun and warm
As good as it can get!
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