Galleries in South Boston


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  • The Institute of Contemporary Art
    It’s not often that a building is as cutting edge as what it houses, but that’s the case with Boston’s Institute of Contemporary Art. Set on Boston Harbor, the 65,000-square-foot cantilevered structure boasts amazing views, perched as it is right at the water’s edge with its enormous glass windows. The museum, founded in 1936, has hosted exhibits by the likes of Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein over the years and, more recently, by artists such as Tara Donovan and Shepard Fairey. Since 2000, the museum has been building a permanent collection which rotates about once a year. Visitors can also enjoy a variety of multimedia art, videos, installations and performing arts programs.
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    100 Northern Ave.
    Boston, MA US
  • Boston Fire Museum
    What makes it great: one of the country’s oldest firehouses; vintage firefighting gear; open Saturdays
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    344 Congress St
    Boston, MA US
  • Faneuil Hall - The Art of the Brick Boston
    When fans of the iconic television show Cheers head to the location that inspired it on Beacon Street, sometimes they come away a little disappointed that, other than the façade, it doesn’t look much like Sam and Diane’s bar that they came to love. That’s where Cheers at Faneuil Hall, a replica of the set, comes in. This bustling Cheers show look-a-like recreates the interior of the bar from the iconic program, complete with large cardboard cut-outs of Norm, Cliff and Carla, as well as plenty of other trinkets and memorabilia. The working pub also features a menu of typical favorites like nachos, chicken wings and burgers. Cheers aficionados can even line up at the bar to order beers in take-home souvenir mugs.
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    4 S Market St.
    Boston, MA US
  • The Paul Revere House
    What makes it great: self-guided tours of the original townhouse where Paul Revere lived; furnishings from the period and 90% of the original structure still intact; a garden courtyard with a 900-pound bell and mortar and bolt from the USS Constitution
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    19 North Square
    Boston, MA US
  • Paramount Center
    The Paramount’s brightly illuminated Broadway-style sign in the Theater District has taken over the role of eye-catcher along Washington Street, now that the Filene’s infamous clock tower is no more. The space was originally opened as a cinema in the 1930s, but was forced to shutter in the mid-1970s, a time when the entire downtown area needed to be revitalized. In 2005, Emerson College purchased the building, renovated the interior and transformed it into the intimate 596-seat venue it is today. With large gold columns and artistically painted walls, The Paramount’s main stage stands out. But the facility also hosts nine rehearsal studios, four classrooms, a sound stage, the Bright Family screening room and two smaller performance spaces that host everything from comedians and dance troupes to more official theatrical productions.
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    559 Washington Street
    Boston, MA US
  • Bead + Fiber
    Sharing a single art studio with 65 other artists, while inspiring, can get a bit crowded. So when the owner of the renovated factory building in the South End decided to renovate another nearby building, bead crocheter Andrea Garr put her dreams of opening her own studio and bead store into action, and Bead + Fiber was born. Wielding multihued beads, a fine selection of specialty yarns, tools and jewelry-making materials picked up from her travels around the globe, Garr sells her creations as well as those of the other teachers and instructs students on how to make their own, whether it's a pair of elegant earrings for a wedding or a retractable necklace for a fashion-forward pet turtle. A lifelong artist, Garr revels in the rhythm and meditative vibe of crocheting beads as well as the seemingly endless possibilities of making your own jewelry.
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    460 Harrison Avenue
    Boston, MA US