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6 of the Best Breathtaking Views in Boston

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Whether you’re a resident of Boston or a visitor, you have to admit that the city offers some spectacular views. If you’re in the mood for a unique perspective, visit one of these venues to see the city in a whole new light.

1330 Boylston Roofdeck Pool
1330 Boylston St.
Enjoy swimming and having a great view of Boston? Then you need to rent at the 1330 Boylston luxury apartment complex or get a friend to invite you to a pool party. When you’re done taking a dip in the pool, sit on the patio and look down for an exceptional aerial view of Boston.

Charles River Venue
Docks at CambridgeSide Galleria, 100 Cambridgeside Place
Are you getting married or planning another large event? Book your spot on one of the five sailing vessels available with the Charles River Venue. Seating up to 145 guests, each vessel offers a spectacular view of the harbor and the city from a distance.

Duckboat Tours
Various pick-up locations
Even if you have lived in Boston your whole life, you need to take the Duckboat Tour. The duck is actually a World War II amphibious landing vehicle. Tours depart daily from the Museum of Science, Prudential Center, and the New England Aquarium. You’re sure to see new sights as you sit back and learn from the experienced conDUCKtors. 

The Bleacher Bar
82A Lansdowne St.
The Bleacher Bar, located beneath the center field bleachers at Fenway Park, is one of the newest additions to the park. It’s open all year long, not just during baseball season. Patrons enjoy great food, a unique baseball experience, and an amazing city view from street level.

Tia's Waterfront Restaurant & Bar
200 Atlantic Ave.
If you’re searching for great food and a view of the Boston waterfront, you can find both at Tia’s. Watch the ships sail in and out of the harbor from the outdoor patio while you await your food. Tia’s can serve groups on the patio ranging from 30 to 500 people.

Top of the Hub Restaurant
800 Boylston Street Prudential Tower
Boasting the best view in all of Boston, Top of the Hub Restaurant sits 52 stories above the Back Bay. The kitchen is open continuously from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. seven days a week. Enjoy a skyline view while partaking of traditional New England dishes like lobster or clam chowder.

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