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Newbury Street - Boston Shopping

Running from the Boston Public Garden to Massachusetts Avenue, "Boston's most enchanting street" features eight blocks filled with salons, boutiques, and restaurants. Newbury Street Boston serves as a shopping mecca, and offers a little something for everyone. Known to many as the "Rodeo Drive of the east", the street is lined with historic 19th-century brownstone houses, which now house retail shops, eateries, and other businesses.

Details

Hours -

vary by store

Prices -

vary by store

Events -

Visit http://Newbury-st.com to get an updated list of events.

Activities

  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Sightseeing
  • Salon appointments

Brief overview of the upscale nature of Newbury St (one of the most expensive streets in the U.S., etc.)

Newbury Street serves as New England’s fashion and style mecca, and is comparable to 5th Avenue in New York, Rodeo Drive in Los Angeles, and Chicago’s Magnificent Mile. The street is home to a wide array of independent boutique shops and top-notch fashion stores. You will find a plethora of fine dining options too.

Brief list of major retailers on Newbury Street (Best Buy, True Religion, Forever 21, etc.)

American Apparel, Fred Perry, Bebe, Sacks Fifth Ave, Lord & Taylor, Barney’s NY, Neiman Marcus, J Crew, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Express, Club Monaco, and Armani Exchange.
http://www.newbury-st.com/Boston/Shopping_and_Business_Directory

FAQs

What are the major draws of Newbury Street?


World class shopping, dining, and salon services, in a delightful urban landscape. The converted brownstones make for a beautiful shopping and sightseeing experience.

What architectural style dominates the urban landscape of Newbury?


Most of the buildings were constructed between 1870 and 1900 using Brownstone material. The Queen Anne style was popular during the time that Newbury Street’s “brownstones” were being built. One of the most noticeable features of this style is bay, bow, and oriel windows.

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Map/Directions

Driving Direction to Newbury Street From GET DIRECTIONS or Copley Square Hotel