Boston's Downtown neighborhood is home to many different arts and cultural venues – from historic landmarks to trendy art galleries. Below is just a taste of what is found in this historic yet trendy neighborhood. If you are looking for more information, contact us today to learn more about Downtown or schedule a showing to view your next home as early as next business day.
Old City Hall: The original center of Boston's political elite, Old City has was converted in the late 1960s and is now home to a restaurant and first-class offices.
The Freedom Trail: Marked by red bricks or a simple painted line, the Freedom Trail runs 2.5 miles through Boston connecting 16 of America's most significant historical landmarks. The Freedom Trail is a great way to see the city regardless of whether you just moved here or grew up here.
Emerson Urban Arts Media Art Gallery: A showcase of contemporary media art exhibitions. The space has three distinct galleries. The art exhibited in the Emerson Urban Arts Media Gallery come from students and faculty of Emerson College. The gallery is open to the public.
Dreamland Wax Museum: Dreamland Wax Museum is Boston's newest museum attraction. Dreamland is home to over 100 figures ranging from world leaders to sports stars and just about everyone in between.
Boston Opera House: The Boston Opera House is a beautifully restored Vaudeville-era movie palace that hosts major Broadway productions and Boston Ballet's "The Nutcracker".
Orpheum Theater: Built in 1852, the Orpheum is an iconic venue in Boston. The Orpheum hosts a myriad of rock and pop concerts each year.