Acorn Street in Boston, Massachusetts is purportedly the most photographed street in the country. We here at Only In Your State and The Boston Globe happen to agree that this cobblestoned street is so pretty that people from all over the world can’t help but snap its picture. After seeing this lovely lane, we’re sure you’ll agree it’s worth a visit.

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If you do plan a visit to Acorn Street, please be aware that it is a residential street with year-round residents. Be respectful of their privacy and try to keep disruption to a minimum. That being said, Acorn Steet in Boston is a beautifully preserved piece of our past. Colonial times come to life on this simple street and we love that our city has this iconic street in it. While you are in Boston try heading to another street, Newbury Street. This road has just about any food you could ever want on it.

What’s your pick for the most scenic street in Massachusetts? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

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