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Top Ten Most Instagram Worthy Spots in Boston | By Jeff Hamilton

Who doesn’t want an Instagram that’s the subject of all of your friends envy? Boston has no shortage of instagrammable sites and we have got you covered
with our top 10 picks that need to be on your Instagram!

  1. Boston Public Garden

Boston Public Garden

The Public Garden is the perfect backdrop for a photoshoot! Boasting views of Boston’s iconic skyscrapers such as Hancock Tower. Stroll along the pathways
and snap a pic along the bridge, or with a swan boat! When you take a trip to the Public Garden it is impossible not to walk away with an enviable

  1. Acorn Street

Acorn Street: known as Boston’s most photographed street, and for good reason. This quaint cobblestone street is just bursting with charm. Take a shot
against the red brick houses and seasonally changing window boxes! Our advice is to ditch the heels for this one ladies!

  1. Tatte bakery

Tatte bakery

(Photo viaTatte Bakery)

Offering the most Instagram worthy tasty treats, Tatte is the definition of #BrunchGoals. With locations in Beacon Hill, Cambridge, Brookline and a new
location on the horizon in Fenway, Tatte has been taking Boston by storm. For more on the budding business check out its feature in our Bunch through
Bostonblog post!

  1. Boston Public Library

Boston Public Library

Although you might want to avoid the Boston Public Library for a photoshoot during final exams week, the Public Library is one of our favorite places to
grab an artsy shot to spice up your feed. With its high arched ceilings and lines of tiny green desk lamps, Bates Hall is just begging to be featured
on your Instagram. On a quiet afternoon this is a great place to sit and get some work done, even if it just means editing the amazing picture you
just took! An added bonus is the adorable afternoon tea offered in the BPL’sCourtyard Restaurant.

  1. Dewey Square Park

Dewey Square Park

(Photo byBoston Globe)

Home to some of Boston’s most unique art installations is Dewey Square, a park along the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway. The current mural, titled Spaces
of Hope, by Mehdi Ghadyanloo, is the fifth public art installation on the Greenway wall in Dewey Square Park. But this mural isn’t the only interesting
thing your lens will be drawn to, a farmers market inhabits the Greenway on Tuesdays and Thursdays from May through November featuring all sorts of
delectable locally sourced goodies. But wait the fun doesn’t stop there, the square also hosts weekly block parties on Thursday nights featuring music
and refreshments.

  1. Christian Science Center Reflecting Pool

Christian Science Center Reflecting Pool

(Photo viaDestination Guides)

The Reflecting Pool at The Christian Science Center offers views of the city skyline with a built in mirror effect! When you look at the pool from a distance
you experience an interesting optical illusion, it appears as though people are walking on water! Don’t be fooled though, swimming is strictly prohibited.
The pool is currently being revamped to reduce the water volume, with plans for a black granite bottom, we are excited to see what’s to come, including
Boston’s tallest residential building just a few steps away, courtesy of the Four Seasons at One Dalton.

  1. Fenway Park

Fenway Park

(Photo viaFenway Park)

An oldie but a goodie! Fenway is the oldest park in MLB but that only adds to its charm. Whether you are seeing a Red Sox game or attending a summer concert
Fenway is nothing short of picturesque. Grab yourself a cold one and a classic Fenway frank and you have the dream food insta in the making #FoodInTheAir (just be sure to get the Green Monster in there!)

  1. Charles River Esplanade

Charles River Esplanade

A photo along the Charles provides a quintessentially Boston snap. Whether you are going for a run along the Charles or just strolling along for a leisurely
afternoon walk, the esplanade provides beautiful sights of the cityscape, not to mention the endless #SunsetGram shots you can collect here. Hit up
the esplanade in the fall for foliage like no other or attend the Head of the Charles Regatta to watch the races and the local New Englanders in their
fall fashions!

  1. Top of the Hub

Top of the Hub

(Photo viaThe Boston Calendar Blog)

The Top of the Hub provides an un-paralleled view of Boston from above! If you want to make a day of it head to Top of the Hub for lunch/dinner, just make
sure when you make your reservation to ask for table by the windows! If you are interested purely in the view then theSkywalk Observatory may be more your style, boasting a view of Boston from 50 stories up, on a clear day you can see up to 100
miles away.

  1. Fan Pier

Fan Pier

(Photo via Reddit)

Fan Pier in the Seaport District is your go to spot for a shot of Boston Harbor. Whether you take your shot looking in on the Financial District skyline
or an artsy picture looking out on the water, this location is sure to provide you with a shot worthy of major likes. Another added bonus at Fan Pier
is the highly anticipated luxury condo development at 50 Liberty which will join sister building 22 Liberty in 2018.