Boston's Most Instagrammable Locations

Some of New England's most iconic locations can be found in Boston. The city's rich history and beautiful architecture make opportunities for photography abundant, if you know where to look.

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Photo By: Brock Zych

Photo By: Brock Zych

Photo By: Brock Zych

Photo By: Brock Zych

Photo By: Brock Zych

Photo By: Brock Zych

Photo By: Brock Zych

Photo By: Brock Zych

Photo By: Brock Zych

Photo By: Brock Zych

Photo By: Brock Zych

Photo By: Brock Zych

Photo By: Brock Zych

Boston Public Library

There's no place more cozy to spend a rainy afternoon than inside the Boston Public Library. As the third largest library in the US (after the Library of Congress and the New York Public Library, respectively), it contains more than 24 million books.

Bunker Hill Monument

The view from the top of the Bunker Hill Monument is well worth the climb. Visitors can walk along the Freedom Trail to the monument while learning about America's history.

Old North Church

This famous cathedral is known as the launch point of Paul Revere's ride. Located next to a memorial garden, Paul Revere statue and Paul Revere Mall, it's a great place to celebrate American history and a must-see in Boston.

Congress Street

This street corner provides the perfect angle for a great shot of Boston's towering cityscape.

Acorn Street

The iconic cobblestone of Acorn Street is one of the city's most photographed locations, and it's easy to see why.

The Point

Head to the open-air market on Marshall and grab a bite at Union Oyster House before snapping a pic at this popular mural.

Fenway Park

America's oldest major league baseball park should be at the top of your must-visits in Boston.

Boston Public Garden

If this scene seems familiar to you, there's a good reason for that. It's the bench where Robin Williams and Matt Damon sat while filming Good Will Hunting back in 1997. The spot in Boston Public Garden has since been turned into a memorial for Williams.

Christopher Columbus Waterfront Park

This harbor has great aesthetic and is within walking distance to the New England Aquarium. There's also a garden close by.

Boston Common

Just a few steps away from Park Street Church, Boston Common is one of the city's most iconic locations and America's oldest public park.

Prudential Shopping Center

Prudential Shopping Center is a great place to spend an afternoon and capture some interesting shots. Visit during the holiday season to see it adorned with festive decorations.

Harvard University

Harvard University's campus is bustling with bars, restaurants and coffee shops. The area is very pedestrian friendly with plenty of photo opportunities along the way.

Back Bay

The historic buildings lining the streets of Boston's Back Bay set the scene for some beautiful photography.

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