Best Boston, MA Shopping

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    10. Harvard Square

    Harvard Square is a delight for the senses. Hear the music playing from street performers as you pass, see history come to life as you step through the gates of Harvard University, smell the food cooking when you...

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    9. Beacon Hill

    Beacon Hill is a cozy community that offers residents a prime downtown location as well as great shopping and sightseeing for the masses. Approximately one-half mile square, Beacon Hill is one small section of the...

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    8. South Shore Plaza

    Shop the South Shore Plaza for a climate controlled experience less than 20 minutes south of Boston's center. This multi-level mall has it all: excellent places to eat and drink, department stores and smaller more...

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    6. Copley Place

    Copley Place located in the Back Bay, offers high-end stores with a variety of quality merchandise. This indoor shopping "mall" is a sight to see. The two story design with extra wide walkways allows guests to enjoy...

    Photo courtesy of Copley Place
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    4. The Shops at Prudential Center

    One on New England's top shopping destinations, the Prudential Center has it all. An enclosed space that protects you from the elements, you can peruse all day without a worry about the weather. Offering outstanding...

    Photo courtesy of Wrentham Village Premium Outlets/Facebook
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    3. Natick Mall

    The Natick Mall is the largest mall around. Home to two hundred retail stores, the Natick Mall is anchored by lavish retailers like Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom as well as affordable stores such as JC Penney, sears...

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    2. Newbury Street

    Newbury Street shopping has everything from fun and funky finds at stores like the hip chain Urban Outfitters to the classic couture that is offered at Chanel. Plus everything in between. Newbury Street is known as a...

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About Boston, MA Shopping

Boston is a shopper's paradise. Beginning on Newbury Street, famous for enticing the rich and famous to spend, Newbury has everything from high end to cutting edge. The next stop for any avid shopper is The Mall at the Prudential Center and adjoining Copley Place. This indoor experience allows uninterrupted luxury for those looking to spend a day out of the elements and opening their wallets. Make your way through the connecting covered bridge and pass between both the Prudential Center and Copley Place without setting foot outside. Filled with big name retailers these malls provide everything to meet your shopping needs. Downtown Crossing, near Boston Common, is a pedestrian-friendly, no cars allowed location, and a way to transition from Back Bay to Faneuil Hall. See some historical sights and spend some cash while walking through Faneuil Hall, Boston's oldest open air pedestrian mall. Home to more than history with many souvenir and specialty shops lining the walk outside, and a food court functioning to help you refuel on the inside. Blow your budget at boutique shops on Charles Street, at the foot of Beacon Hill, or attempt frugality and take a ride to Wrentham for a  a visit to the Premium Outlets offered there. Find time to browse the new and used bookstores of Harvard Square, explore the unique shops in Brookline or even make a day trip to Natick where the Collection is sure fill each and every shoppers needs.

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Born and raised in Boston, Jessica knows her city like the back of her hand.  Always looking to uncover something new, Jessica keeps up on the latest and greatest Boston offerings.  Although Jessica has been a world traveler since her teens, her favorite trip may always be her Italian honeymoon.  Living in a city that allows her to...  Read more »

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