Shopping in Boston offers something for everyone—classic and cutting-edge, high-end and handmade, with international and local appeal. Here you’ll find large malls, small shops, national department stores, outdoor markets, and exclusive boutiques.
Boston Shopping Areas
Fresh produce is on sale every weekened at the open-air fruit and vegetable stands in Haymarket Square, located right next door to Quincy Market/Faneuil Hall Marketplace at the Haymarket T Stop on both the Green and Orange Lines of the MBTA.
- The Back Bay neighborhood is home to dozens of galleries, shops, and boutiques; chic Newbury Street is a world-famous destination
- The Prudential Center and Copley Place malls house numerous stores, including Neiman Marcus, Barney’s New York, and Saks Fifth Avenue
- Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall Marketplace are home to shops, boutiques, pushcarts, and a food court, especially welcoming to tourists
- Harvard Square in Cambridge is known for its numerous bookstores, quirky boutiques, ethnic shops, and college-themed stores