Boston’s Back Bay Architecture Tour

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Back Bay Photography and Boston Architecture Walking Tour

Discover Boston on a walking tour and learn how to see creatively. Practice composing pictures of Copley Square’s architectural landmarks and scenic locations in the charming 19th-century neighborhood with a French vibe.

The eye-opening photography tips and tricks inspire you to advance your photography skills in ways you might not have considered before.

Find out why this is one of the best walking tours in Boston!

  • Chevron down Learn how to:
    • Explore Back Bay from a different angle using your camera or smartphone 
    • Challenge yourself to capture amazing pictures you haven’t considered before
    • Recognize different architectural styles and photograph their unique details
    • Discover what makes a PhotoWalks tour an eye-opening experience!
  • Chevron down Highlights + Iconic Landmarks
    • Boston Public Library
    • Trinity Church
    • Old South Church
    • Former John Hancock Tower
    • Grand French-inspired 19th-century residences along Commonwealth Ave.
    • Marlborough St.
    • And much more!
  • Chevron down Meeting point
  • Statue holding a ball – near the outside entrance of the Boston Public Library on Dartmouth St.

  • Chevron down Train stop
    • Copley (Green Line) or Back Bay (Orange Line)