Copley Square anchors Copley Plaza, the Old South Church, the Boston's Public Library which is America's leading Beaux Art architecture sample, and the 60 story John Hancock Tower. Also within Back Bay is the prominent Trinity Church founded in I733 and designed by Richardson, the First Church Of Christ Scientists, the large Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum offering great and comprehensive art collection in America, and of course the Symphony Hall, designed in the1900s and till date is among the world's best concert halls. It was specifically designed for Boston's symphony orchestrators and musical concerts.
Back Bay's residential buildings are in the heart of the city, just northeast of the Fenway-Kenmore neighborhood
. The Victorian houses, ancient historic buildings and the Newly erected edifices. While the View of the area is enjoyed, one must not forget to grab a bite to eat at one of the numerous restaurants and cafes’ lining Newbury street.