Things To Do Around Boston
Situated in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston, Copley House is close to all the best things to do in Boston, MA! Located within walking distance from museums, historic sites, shopping, restaurants, and more, you’re sure to enjoy the best of Boston when you stay with us. Explore our picks of the best things to do around Boston, and book your stay at Copley House today!
Located just around the corner from our property, Copley Square is a historic part of the city that features a ton of architecturally astounding buildings and attractions. Stop by the Boston Public Library, or visit the H.H Richardson’s Trinity Church.
800 Boylston St
Enjoy some of the area’s best shopping and dining, all located just steps away! The Prudential Center is home to a ton of great retails stores and some of the city’s best dining.
One of the top things to do around Boston, you can’t miss a visit to Fenway Park! Learn more about the venue's rich history through a stadium tour, or purchase tickets to a Red Sox game to enjoy a fine day of baseball in the oldest baseball park in the world.
There are a number of universities in the area surrounding Copley House. Within walking distance, you’ll find Northeastern University, and a quick drive will take you to Harvard University, Berklee College of Music, and Boston University.
The oldest city park in the United States, the history of Boston Common dates back to 1634. Guests can explore the Central Burying Ground, learn more about the area’s history as a camp for the British during the American Revolutionary War, or just relax with a picnic or a book!
Hynes Convention Center
900 Boylston St
Home to some of the city’s top events, the Hynes Convention Center is Boston’s premier event space and is conveniently connected to the Prudential Center. Guests can enjoy an 11-minute walk to and from the convention center throughout their stay, as they attended any of the numerous professional or social events that take place on-site throughout the year.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Notable for its incredible selection of European, American, and Asian art, as well as the 1990 unsolved robbery of 13 paintings (valued at over $500 million), a visit to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum is the perfect way to spend an afternoon in Boston.
Neighborhood in Boston
This historic part of the city attracts visitors from all over the world who come looking to explore the area’s steep streets and Victorian brick-row houses. After exploring, grab a beer at Cheers, the bar that served as the inspiration for the hit TV show with the same name.
The Freedom Trail
Explore this 2.5 mile long trail and take in 16 of Boston’s most culturally significant sites! Learn the story of the American Revolution as you stroll past museums, churches, former meeting houses, ships, and more historic markers that define what it meant to live in Boston from the 17th – 19th centuries.
The Quincy Market
4 South Market St
Sample some of the city’s best local produce at the famed Quincey Market! Guests can enjoy a stroll through the 19th-century market, designed in a classic Greek-revival style. Explore food carts, shops, street performances, and more!
There are so many things to do around Boston, it can be hard to fit them all in! Our friendly staff can help you plan the perfect day in the city, just call down to the front desk and ask for assistance!