One of the best places to enjoy a live concert thanks to its excellent acoustics.
Music to your ears
The acoustics in this magnificent concert hall are considered to be amongst the top three in the world. Home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra, its shoebox shaped design was conceived in 1900 by McKim, Mead and White. At 61 foot high and 125 foot wide, the building is made from a mixture of brick, iron and wood. Its original stalls, which have survived since the beginning of the 20th century, can accommodate up to 2,625 spectators. Today, the 4,800 tube organ that dominates the hall is one of its most spectacular features.