Boston Public Library
There 25 branches of the Boston Public Library, but the Central Library on Boylston Street is the crown jewel. Visitors can enter the magnificent McKim Building via the doors across from Copley Square. Marble floors, a domed ceiling, gigantic lions, and French mural paintings are just glimmers of the beauty that you’ll find inside.
Boston Public Library, 700 Boylston Street, Boston. For further information and upcoming events, please visit the BPL’s website.