It is a beautiful glass building right in the center of Boston close to Copley Place, Trinity church and the Back Bay Amtrak station. On sunny days you can see the city's reflection on the sides of the building. Georges!
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On this visit, we only walked by the John Hancock Tower. It's still a beautiful building. My first visit to Boston was over 20 years ago and back then they had the John Hancock Observatory. It was a very popular attraction and the observation deck...More
Hancock tower here in Boston has closed their observatory in 2001 after 9/11 and it hasn't been reopened since and there are companies that occupy the floor it was on now. So if you plan on visiting Boston you will have to do the prudential...More
This is a great place to stop for a drink or bite to eat while enjoying the view over Boston and well beyond. We went up on a cloudy day and still had a great view while enjoying a bottle of wine as a storm...More
What makes the Hancock Tower so impressive is it's location. It's across the street from Copley Square and has an amazing reflection of Trinity Church in it's facade. If you're lucky enough to be there at the right time of day and the right sunlight,...More
one of the few high rise towers in Boston. The interesting thing about high rise in Boston is most of the high rise are build by insurance companies. The other one is Prudential. Also get wonderful surrounding in this area too.
A good eagle eye view of Boston and surrounding communities. 360* of spectacular views. Fenway Park. Boston Harbor Islands and beyond. On a clear day out to Cambridge and Arlington, MA. Romantic at night. A pplace to unwind and see it all.