Did you know that the Boston University Bridge is the only one in the world where a boat can sail under a train driving under a car driving under an airplane? If not, you’ll appreciate the uniqueness of this fact and the awesome views from this and many other scenic spots around the city. For those who love to capture natural beauty in the form of magnificent photos or indelible memories, the historic city of Boston provides its share of striking views. Here’s a list of the top spots you should definitely check out while visiting Bean Town.
In Boston’s Back Bay, the 52-story Prudential Tower offers visitors a panoramic view of the city that can’t be matched anywhere else. The Skywalk Observatory, on the 51st floor provides 360 vistas of up to 100 miles away. Visitors can also enjoy interesting displays, a video and an audio tour. Another option in the Prudential Tower is heading up to the top floor for a meal at the Top of the Hub Restaurant.
Bunker Hill Monument
For magnificent views of Charleston, the Boston Harbor, the Charles River and the city skyline, make the 294 step climb to the top of the Bunker Hill Monument. Located in Charlestown, the Bunker Hill Monument is 221 feet tall and commemorates the battle it’s named for.