Shopping
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First stop in this itinerary is the Museum of Fine Arts. A museum on a shopping tour of Boston? Yes! Stop by the museum and check out the Textiles and Fashion Art exhibits. You will start your day off by seeing everything from beautiful Women's Evening Dresses to Men's Robes.

From the Museum of Fine Art you are extremely close to Fenway Park, and what is a visit to Boston without some Red Sox apparel. Stop by the Red Sox Team Store in Fenway and grab some gear!

Now you're on your way towards the Back Bay and Boston's most iconic shopping Street- Newbury Street. First stop, Alex and Ani to pick up some truly unique bangles! If you are a Celtic's fan don't miss out on the Boston Celtic's Charm Bangle or maybe the Boston Skyline is more your style - whatever your style they have something for everyone! And what are accessories without a great pair of shoes? Men can head over to Allen Edmonds and ladies make sure you check out Aldo. Traveling with children? Check out any of these stores: TheWorld's Only Curious George Store in Cambridge and BabyGap, Isis,and Vilebrequinwhen in the Back Bay.

How about the men, where should they pop into? Need some new true New England gear? Stop by Vineyard Vines! Need a dress shirt for your dinner at the Top of the Hub? Have your man stop by Thomas Pink. Ladies, if you are looking for the best of the best, stop into the Copley Place Mall for Dior, Burberry, David Yurman, and Jimmy Choo.

For lunch head over to Hillstone in Faneuil Hall Marketplace. During the week you will get to people watch and see some of the best business attire in Boston. From here you can stay and enjoy the shopping and the Blink shows at Faneuil Hall Marketplace or head over to iconic Beacon Hill for some boutique shopping.

If you went the route of Beacon Hill you will find yourself near the Liberty Hotel and if it is a Thursday night you are in luck! You can stop in for a Fashionable Lately Show!

If you stayed and shopped in the Faneuil Hall area you can head over to Bond at the Langham Hotel for some fantastic people watching. This restaurant, hot spot attracts some of the best fashions and trends in Boston.

Want to do some celebrity style spotting while in Boston? Strega Waterfront attracts some of Boston's best. Looking for a little slower paced way to end your day? Stop by Rowes Wharf Sea Grille at the Boston Harbor Hotel where you will take in some of the best water views in Boston, and outfits.

End you day with the best view of Boston from the Top of the Hub!
Categories: Classics, Shopping
Recommended mode of travel: Public Transportation
Recommended times: Day, Night
Duration: All Day
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465 Huntington Avenue
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19 Yawkey Way
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115 Newbury Street
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36 Newbury Street 3208
Boston, Massachusetts
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1 John F. Kennedy Street
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100 Huntington Avenue
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800 Boylston Street
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100 Huntington Avenue
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Prudential Tower 800 Boylston Street
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100 Huntington Avenue
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100 Huntington Avenue
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100 Huntington Avenue
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100 Huntington Avenue
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1 Faneuil Hall Square
Boston, Massachusetts
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60 State Street
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215 Charles Street
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250 Franklin Street 2807
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1 Marina Park Drive 1832
Boston, Massachusetts
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70 Rowes Wharf
Boston, Massachusetts
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70 Rowes Wharf 3300
Boston, Massachusetts
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Prudential Tower 800 Boylston Street
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This is a great, comprehensive list of various shopping points in the Boston area. Not only are some of these stores iconic Boston establishments, but they also provide a wonderful stroll around the city and through various historic sights. I particularly love Vineyard Vines - it is truly New England!
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