Shopping & Dining

Find the perfect gift for everyone on your holiday shopping list at the City's best shopping locations, and take some time to enjoy a great meal and deal at select restaurants.

  • Copley Place Mall

    Shopping & Dining

    There are over 2000 businesses in Boston Main Street Districts ready to welcome you. You can shop for unique gifts and household items, browse bookstores and music shops, pamper yourself at salons and spas or dine at award winning restaurants.

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    Mayor's Holiday Special Restaurant Voucher

    As part of the Mayor's 2013 Holiday Spectacular, you may present a $10 Special Voucher at the time of service at select participating restaurants when you spend $40 or more. Valid now through January 15, 2014.

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  • Holiday Market Logo

    Downtown Crossing Holiday Market

    The 5th Annual Downtown Crossing Holiday Market will be open from November 30th through December 28th on Summer Street across from Macy's in Downtown Crossing. The holiday market is open 11AM-7PM Monday thru Saturday and 11AM-5PM on Sundays. It will have everything you need for everyone on your list. Find unique and local handcrafted jewelry, holiday ornaments, oil paintings, and more!

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  • SOWA Holiday Market 2012

    10th Annual SoWa Holiday Market

    Looking for unique gifts this holiday? Look no further than the SoWa Holiday Market. A unique holiday gift show featuring artists and designers from all around New England! The Market will be open Saturday December 14 and Sunday December 15 from 12 - 6PM at the Benjamin Franklin Institute (41 Berkeley Street).

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    Give a Green Gift for the Holidays

    Are you looking for a gift that can help your community and the environment? Well, look no further. Help your local park or community with the gift of trees.

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    Grow Boston Greener campaign »

  • Wheatley Memorial

    Adopt a Tree or Statue this Holiday

    Give back to your City by adopting one of its many trees or statues!

    Adopt-a-Tree: Adopting a tree is completely free - use the map to help you locate a young street tree near you! All you need to provide is your love and care.

    Adopt-a-Statue: Do you or your loved one have a favorite statue in your neighborhood? See if it's available for adoption, then email karin.goodfellow@cityofboston.gov for more information. Otherwise, contribute to the general maintenance fund in the name of your loved one for a thoughtful holiday gift.

    How to Adopt a Tree »

    Find a Statue in Your Neighborhood »

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