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  2. Beacon Hill, Boston - Wikipedia,_Boston

    Beacon Hill is bounded by Storrow Drive, and Cambridge, Bowdoin, Parkand Beacon Streets. [4][9]It is about 1/6 of a square mile, and situated along the riverfront of the Charles River Esplanadeto the west, just north of Boston Commonand the Boston Public Garden.

  3. Beacon Hill - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go (with Photos)

    Jul 2022 • Solo. Beacon Hill is a great place to explore this charming neighborhood with oodles of boutique shops and diverse restaurants. Stroll on Acorn Street with its cobblestones, rows upon rows of brick houses garnished with overflowing flower boxes.

  4. The Top 9 Things to Do in Beacon Hill - TripSavvy

    Beacon Hill is one of the most picturesque and historic neighborhoods in all of Boston. No matter what your itinerary is for your trip to Boston, be sure to make time to walk around these brownstone-lined streets and take a photo on Acorn Street.

  5. Exploring Beacon Hill | Boston's Most Famous Historic ...

    With its brick, ivy, cobblestones, and historic style, the neighborhood of Beacon Hill, Boston is a favorite spot to stroll for both tourists and residents. By Aimee Tucker. Sep 02 2022. Welcome to Beacon Hill, Boston historic beauty at its finest. Photo Credit : Aimee Tucker.

  6. Beacon Hill |

    Resources. Beacon Hill is home to the Massachusetts State House and many historical landmarks, including the Boston African American National Historic Site. One of the oldest communities in the City gets its name from the beacon that once stood high on the hill to warn locals about invasions.

  7. Beacon Hill neighborhood guide - Time Out

    Boston ’s most exclusive niche, Beacon Hill is synonymous with wealth, lineage, and old Boston Brahmin. The area is almost unbearably picturesque, with its red-brick row houses and...

  8. Beacon Hill - U.S. National Park Service

    Quick Facts Location: Boston, Massachusetts Significance: Home of Boston's free Black community of the 1800s Designation: Historic District, National Register of Historic Places When the first European colonists settled in Boston in the 1620s, the area of the city we now know as Beacon Hill comprised of three peaks.

  9. Beacon Hill in two hours: What to see when ... - Curbed Boston

    Technically belonging to all of Boston, the park seems a distinct feature of Beacon Hill, which bleeds into it and the neighboring Public Garden. Open in Google Maps Foursquare Tremont St,...

  10. Beacon Hill Restaurants, Shopping, and Things To Do in Boston ...

    A guide to Beacon Hill. Steeped in history, home to superb restaurants, pricey boutiques, and the Massachusetts State House. Check out our guide of things-to-do in Beacon Hill, one of Boston’s most historic and beautiful neighborhoods.

  11. Beacon Hill & Boston Common travel - Lonely Planet | Boston ...

    Abutted by the Boston Common – the nation’s original public park and the centerpiece of the city – and topped with the gold-domed Massachusetts State House, Beacon Hill is the neighborhood most often featured on Boston postcards. The retail and residential streets on Beacon Hill are delightfully, quintessentially Boston.