Theater District Attractions Map


Tourist Attractions Map for Theaters in Boston

The Theater District has many of the theater venues while Chinatown is home to Boston’s largest Chinese community. Many Chinese Restaurants and specialty shops occupy the ground floor levels of residential buildings in this neighborhood. The Leather District is a small area of Chinatown located in a small nine-block area of Chinatown located between Dewey Square and Kneeland Street with many 19th century historic brick warehouse structures. Some of the top attractions are shown on the Map above. Click on the yellow areas on the map to get more information on Chinatown and Theater Venues.

Use the top buttons on the map to find other maps and get locations and information on Restaurants, Bars and Clubs as well as Hotels in the area. Use the arrows to navigate the city, the perfect way to get an overview of what each neighborhood has to offer. Go west to see the Back Bay Area, or go east to Downtown Boston. Move North above the Boston Common to the Beacon Hill Neighborhood. Use the Subway T Location Map to find the stations closest to your area of interest. If you prefer, you can go to the Boston Neighborhood Page to read a quick description of the Areas of Boston. The perfect way to plan your vacation to Boston.

Brattle Book Shop
One of America’s oldest bookstores.

Charles Playhouse
Currently home of Blue Man Group.

Downtown Crossing
Pedestrian Mall at Washington, Summer and Winter Street, home to Filenes Basement.

Colonial Theater
Colonial Theatre is the oldest continuously operating theatre in Boston.

Cutler Majestic Theatre
Cutler Majestic Theatre is a 21st century theater inside a 19th century building.

Shubert Theatre
Boston Theatre District’s Little Princess.

The Opera House
New England’s finest and most historically significant performing arts venue.

Wang Center
The Wang Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. is one of the nation’s foremost nonprofit performing arts institutions.

Wilbur Theater
The Wilbur Theatre dates back to 1914 and hosts touring and off Broadway shows.