Christmas in The Round
Holiday decorations hang in the Quincy Market Rotunda.
The Gift of History
The 19th century edifice known as the Boston Flour and Grain Exchange is all wrapped up for the holidays.
Acorn Street Christmas
The famed cobblestone street on Beacon Hill appointed for Christmas.
In Charlestown, in the shadow of the Bunker Hill Monument, they keep their wreaths and flags in a row.
Door Du Noël
Back Bay front door decorations
Away in a Manger
A Nativity Crèche under a fresh coating of snow at Boston College.
Boston Tuba Christmas
A 360-degree reflection in the bell of a tuba captures both Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, which stand on opposite sides of the cobblestone plaza.
"Just Got To Heaven (Can't Sit Down)"
Memorial Church of Harvard University.
The Longfellow House/George Washington Headquarters lit with luminarias at Christmastime.
Sentry Hill Home Fires
The gas lamps and doors on the private Beacon Hill cul de sac Sentry Hill Place are adorned for the holidays on Christmas Day.
Boston College at Christmas
Feeling festive at the Old South Church.
The Harvard Lampoon Building with its Christmas crown
Three gas lamps adorned for Christmas stand in a cluster at the corner of Revere and West Cedar streets.
Home Fires Burning
A Quincy Market display reflects a classic Christmas with its lamp and trimmed tree.
Mrs. Mallard Playing Mrs. Claus
Make Way For Ducklings, Boston Common
One of the more historic homes of Charlestown is well-appointed for Christmas.
A tree lit for Christmas in the dimming of the day at Christian Science Plaza appears like a living Christmas card,
Wreaths In A Row
The Friends of Christopher Columbus Park are in alignment with their Christmas decorations on the long row of arched arbors.
A Star in the East
Beacon Hill gaslamp adorned with garland and wreath.
Home for the Hoildays
An old-time New England look for modern days ...