Walking along the picturesque streets of Beacon Hill is like an immersion into a 19th century English-inspired neighborhood that's rich in history and charm.
Learn how to compose amazing pictures of Beacon Hill’s diverse architecture, colorful flowers spilling out of the window boxes, antique gas lamps that line the brick sidewalks, the most photographed street in Boston as well as an exclusive enclave and other surprises hidden in unexpected places. Fascinating commentary of Beacon Hill's history and sites along the itinerary are also provided throughout the tour.
Adults: $40 | Youth: (10-17): $20(with paying adult) All ages and skill levels welcome. Advance reservations required. Space is limited for a more personalized experience. (For private, customized or group tours, please call (617) 851-2273 or email firstname.lastname@example.org).
The PhotoWalks Guide to Successful Photography is included in the tour price. This e-booklet provides valuable information on maximizing your photography skills and user-friendly explanations of camera settings.
Schedule: Tuesday, Saturday @ 10am. **Tour dates/time subject to change on occasion. Please check the calendar for accuracy.
Duration: 90 minutes
Meeting Point: Shaw Memorial - directly across the street from the gold-domed Massachusetts State House near the corner of Beacon and Park Streets.
Train stop: Park Street (green or red line). Turn left upon exiting the station. Walk toward the big gold dome at the end of Park Street.
Parking: Boston Common Garage