In the 1870s, Copley Square was known as “Art Square” because of the many arts and cultural institutions in the area. Today, the square continues to house some of the most popular architectural landmarks and is known for its public art offerings. Tour the square with us to view and learn about the art and architecture in one of Boston’s most iconic neighborhoods.
We will meet outside of the Boston Public Library entrance on Dartmouth Street.
The tour is about 45 minutes, geared towards adults, and welcomes hungry babies, crying babies, sleeping babies, and everything in between.
Please note that this tour is limited to a small number of participants and advance registration is recommended
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