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Explore Boston - Downtown Crossing and Theatre District

Global Immersions Recruiting - Monday, November 21, 2011

For an exciting night out, Boston’s Downtown Crossing and Theatre District comprise two of the best locations for shopping, nightlife, and entertainment throughout the city. Centrally located, visitors to Downtown Crossing can easily blend in with the locals who traverse area, producing the densest pedestrian traffic in all of New England.  Nearby, the Theatre District is home to more than a dozen performance venues, where Boston Discovery Guide states that, “you can enjoy top productions ranging from popular Broadway-type musical shows to avant-garde experimental productions, along with opera, dance, comedy shows, and everything in between”.

Boston's Theatre District

In the Theatre District, patrons of the arts can marvel at the “largest group of architecturally outstanding early theatres in North America”; with many of the theatre houses over 100 years old, large-scale restorations have only added to the beauty of the locale. Favorites such as the Opera House, the Wang Center, the Shubert Theatre, and the Colonial Theatre continue to host sell-out performances, while the Wilbur Theatre and Charles Playhouse are home to fan favorites like Boston’s Comedy Connection and Blue Man Group.

In Downtown Crossing, Bostonians are provided with an “eclectic mix” of large department stores, historic sites, street vendors, restaurants, and more, without the hassle of cars and traffic in the pedestrian-only streets. For a leisurely afternoon, Boston.com recommends, “sift through the bargain shelves of the Brattle Book Shop, watch musical street performers, visit the Old South Meeting House, or enjoy a fine meal at one of the numerous award-winning restaurants in the neighborhood.” If you’re looking to stroll through the city and shop like a Bostonian, look no further than Downtown Crossing!

Have you seen the Nutcracker at the Opera House, or been shopping at Macys? Tell us about it! From holiday street markets to festive performances and shows, there is so much to do during the holiday season. For more information about things to do in Boston this winter, check out our “December Festivities” blog post!


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