The Boston Public Library
The Boston Public Library is most famous tourist attractions of Boston. It is located on one side of the impressively imposing Copley Square. It was designed by the New York firm McKim, Mead, and White and opened in 1895. The library’s noteworthy features include several vast murals by prominent artists, including a series by John Singer Sargent, and an Italian Renaissance-inspired interior courtyard with bubbling fountains and arched pathways.
bestbustours provide budgeted packages for family trips.