Boston Shopping

Boston Shopping Guide
Shopping Malls & Notable Stores
Copley Place

Copley Place - This upscale mall is conveniently located on the southern edge of Copley Square. There are multiple levels, with a central atrium that features a tall simulated waterfall fountain.

District: Back Bay

Prudential Center

Prudential Center - An upscale mall with atrium-style walkways called arcades. There is a large food court nearest to the Boylston Street arcade entrance. Free entertainment in summer.

District: Back Bay

Newbury Street

Newbury Street - For several blocks, Newbury Street features designer and chain retail stores, art galleries, and beauty salons. Many shops are located in converted brick Victorian row-houses.

District: Back Bay

Faneuil Hall Marketplace

Faneuil Hall Marketplace - A very unique shopping complex housed in historic buildings. There is a central market with food court, surrounded by retail stores, restaurants, bars, and pushcart vendors.

District: Government Center

Downtown Crossing

Downtown Crossing - An older shopping area of Boston that is most popular on weekdays during lunch hour. Macy's is the remaining department store in the area.

District: Downtown

Corner Mall

Corner Mall at Downtown Crossing - This small mall has a few retail stores, and a food court that is popular during lunch hour on weekdays. Fast food in a bustling environment

District: Downtown

Charles Street

Charles Street - Located along the western edge of Beacon Hill, Charles Street features brick sidewalks and gas lamps. There are a few antique shops, specialty boutiques, and souvenir shops.

District: Beacon Hill


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