View the city of Boston from an outdoor observation deck atop a 750-foot-tall skyscraper. The new View Boston observatory is officially open. Different attractions, dining options, and shopping experiences offer you views of the city unlike anything before spanning the 50th, 51st, and 52nd floors of the Prudential Center.
It’s a bittersweet transformation for the city. With the expansion of View Boston, the landmark restaurant, Top of the Hub, closed its doors after 54 years in business to make way for the renovations. Luckily two new panoramic restaurants are coming along with the Skydeck.
Dining at View Boston
The Beacon serves up seasonally inspired menus to satiate any craving. Half lounge, half restaurant, tourists and Bostonians alike can relax on plush sofas while overlooking he Boston skyline in this warmly decorated space.
If you’re looking for a dining experience to leave you at the edge of your seat, The Cloud Terrace and Stratus are the spots to go. Enjoy a meal in the “stratosphere” while enjoying 360-degree city views. Stratus offers indoor dining with floor to ceiling windows of the city that open up for patio dining in warmer weather on the observation deck, so you can dine 750 feet in the air.
Additional amusements at View Boston
The View Boston observation deck, The Lookout, will be similar to NYC’s The Edge. A glass backdrop is the only thing separating you from the city below, so pose for a photo, if you dare!
Reward yourself for your bravery with View Boston’s distinctive merchandise and memorabilia at the sky-high souvenir shop offering everything from t-shirts to stuffed animals.
If you prefer to experience the city from a safety net, a 270-degree immersive theatre will showcase never before seen views of Boston’s most popular neighborhoods and beloved attractions.
Find View Boston at 800 Boylston Street from June 15, 2023