Nice selection of shops but mainly high end. A few department stores. Not very busy so easy to get around.
About Copley Square
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There is construction in the area, but the square itself is not as nice as it has been in the past. Many homeless people hanging in front of the church and the grounds are not well maintained.
Great spot to walk around - so much to see and do! There's a farmer's market twice a week from May to September on Tuesdays and Saturdays. An easy walk to the South End or to the Charles River or the Theatre District. Lots of...More
A high end shopping centre with high end prices. Palatial surroundings for exclusive shops . Mere mortals can window shop in comfort and keep their credit cards in their pocket
This is a really handy location. The area contains hotels, restaurants, bus stops and is within walking distance of many bars and shops and the subway. The park area in the center often has a little market and even people attending a keep fit class...More
It is a nice place, well built. Anyway, there are tons of stores including eateries. There are a few hotels around. It is not too far from the B.S.O.
During the summer come over to Copley Square and enjoy the farmer's market. Lots of food, fresh fruits and vegetables and desserts at the Yummy Mummy tent!
Copley Square, named for painter John Singleton Copley, is a public square in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood that is noted for the number and variety of important architectural works and cultural institutions that have been built there, many of them now designated as official landmarks....More