The Skywalk Observatory and Museum is New England’s premier observatory, located at the top of the Prudential Tower. From 50 stories above the city, one can see a panoramic view of a cityscape that is so architecturally diverse that it must be seen from above to be fully appreciated. On a clear day, visibility from the Skywalk is over 80 miles.
The Skywalk offers more than just a breathtaking view. There are several exhibits at the Skywalk that proudly showcase Boston’s distinctive history and plentiful landmarks. Every guest is welcome to use one of our state-of-the-art Opus touch Acoustiguide Audio Tours, which is a handset that allows each visitor to take a personal tour of the city at their own pace. The tour has 20 stops including Fenway Park, Symphony Hall, Boston Common and Logan Airport. There are two different versions of the tour: one for adults and one for children, making the Skywalk a stellar attraction for families with young kids. Also available in French Canadian and Japanese.
Boston is known as “America’s College Town,” and houses some of the most famous universities in the world, including Harvard and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It is also the city which had the first public school and school system, the first college, the first newspaper, and the first public library in the country. The Skywalk is proud of Boston’s world-wide reputation as an international center of education, and we are
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