This Underrated Building Just Might Be The Most Beautiful Place In Boston
In a city blessed with hundreds of beautiful and significant buildings, it’s easy for even the most stunning spots to be overlooked. After all, visitors come here to view sites of historical importance… and to see Fenway! A night at the theater might be part of the itinerary, but most people pick the show they want to see, unaware that there’s a Boston theater so mesmerizing that its interior rivals any performance you might watch on the stage.
By Boston standards, the Boston Opera House is relatively new – it first opened in 1928. The venue alternated between screening movies and putting on Vaudeville performances.
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The Boston Opera House is located at 539 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111. You can find ticket and performance information here.
Have you been lucky enough to see this spectacular theater? Did you go for a performance? If so, what did you see? Share your experiences with us in the comments below!
Learn more about Boston’s historic architecture here.