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Boston is a city riddled with history and culture, boasting a captivating skyline like no other. Among its towering icons, the Prudential Tower is the second tallest, offering a vibrant view of the metropolis. In June of 2023, the top three stories of the tower opened as View Boston, consisting of a bistro on the 50th floor, an al fresco on the 51st, and the 52nd floor serving as an enclosed observatory deck.

Whether you're a tourist discovering Boston for the first time or a long-time local seeking a fresh perspective, View Boston promises an unforgettable experience, making it an essential stop for anyone exploring the heart of Boston.

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  • Official name: View Boston at Prudential Center
  • Address: 800 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts, MA 02199, USA
  • Date of opening: 15 June 2023
  • Timings: 10 AM - 10 PM (last entry at 9pm)
  • Architect: Perkins & Will
  • Architectural style: Modern, Contemporary
  • Function: Observation Deck, Cafe and Restaurant, Immersive Experience Center

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52nd Floor Panoramas

Catch sight of the most iconic attractions including the Charles River, Massachusetts State House, Fenway Park and the Harbor Islands, all from the rooftop observatory and The Lookout Platforms. The Lookout elevated viewing platforms let you peek over the horizon to catch the spectacular sight of the city skyline.

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The Cloud Terrace

Step onto the 51st floor and immerse yourself in The Cloud Terrace's world of photo opportunities. This 360-degree open-air roof deck offers ‘The Big Picture’, a unique selfie experience capturing Boston's backdrop from over 2,000 feet away. Savor the moment at Stratus, with seasonal drinks and small plates at the indoor/outdoor lounge.

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Boston 365

Wallow in the Boston 365 experience, a captivating experience featuring a large encased light-up three-dimensional model of the city. This immersive exhibit showcases Boston's transformation across seasons, from snowy landscapes to sunlit vistas and twinkling nightscapes, brought to life with the lighting and decorations.

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Open Doors

Step into ‘Open Doors’ for a 270-degree film journey of one boy’s journey through Boston's highlights. As you venture through this unique attraction, immerse yourself in Boston's ever-changing charm and discover its rich history, culture, and spirit.

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View Boston's architecture marries modern design with the timeless charm of Boston's skyline. While the View Boston's architecture marries modern design with the timeless charm of Boston's skyline. While the Prudential Tower itself stands as a towering testament to the city's growth and innovation, it's the top three stories that truly captivate. Designed by Perkins & Will and constructed by Turner Construction Co., View Boston on these upper levels seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor spaces to offer an exceptional visitor experience. The 52nd floor, now an enclosed observatory deck, invites you with its panoramic views. Stratus, the al fresco on the 51st floor allows visitors to immerse themselves in Boston's surroundings both indoors and out with its skywalk. The 50th-floor bar & bistro provides a charming space to savor a fine dining experience. This architectural transformation has breathed new life into an iconic skyscraper, ensuring that View Boston remains a symbol of Boston's continued evolution, offering locals and tourists alike a fresh perspective on this historic city.

Frequently Asked Questions About View Boston

What is View Boston?

View Boston is a new observation deck located in the heart of Boston.

What is View Boston famous for?

View Boston is a 360° taste of the city, offering breathtaking views atop one of the tallest buildings in New England.

Where is View Boston?

View Boston is on the top 3 floors of The Prudential Center, at 800 Boylston Street, Boston, Massachusetts, MA 02199, USA.

How do I book tickets to visit View Boston?

You can book your View Boston tickets online. Click here to book now.

How much are View Boston tickets?

Your View Boston tickets start from $40.36.

When did View Boston open?

View Boston first opened to public on 15 June 2023.

What’s inside View Boston?

Inside View Boston, you will find a state-of-the-art observation deck, immersive exhibits, and fine dining options.

How do I get to View Boston?

You can get to View Boston at Prudential Towers by tram, bus, taxi, or car. The nearest tram station is at Prudential Station and the nearest bus stop is at Huntington Avenue on Belvidere Street.

What can I see from the View Boston observation deck?

The View Boston observation deck provides stunning 360-degree views of Boston’s skyline. This is the best vantage point in the city that also houses exhibits and top-notch restaurants to make your visit worthwhile.

Is View Boston wheelchair accessible?

Yes, View Boston is accessible to guests with reduced mobility.

Is photography allowed at View Boston?

Photography with handheld cameras and cell phones is allowed at View Boston.

Is it worth visiting View Boston?

View Boston provides the highest vantage point to marvel at the city’s skyline. It is well worth a visit and also leaves you knowing more about the city through its immersive exhibits.