Explore Beacon Hill, Boston's charming 19th century neighborhood rich in history and architecture. Its picturesque streets, brick sidewalks, antique gas lamps, interesting doors, door knockers, and window boxes is an immersion into the Victorian era.
Learn how to take amazing pictures of Beacon Hill on a guided sightseeing tour using PhotoWalks' artistic photography tips. Each tour is designed to show locals and visitors alike the city's photo opportunities with instruction on creative composition skills.
PhotoWalks tours are conducted in a small group setting for a more personalized experience. All ages and skill levels are welcome.
Adults: $30 | Youth: (10-17): $15 with paying adult. Includes the PhotoWalks Guide to Creative Photography, an e-booklet with useful tips on taking your photography skills to a higher level.
Schedule: Tuesday, Saturday @ 10a.m.
Duration: 90 minutes.
**Tour dates/time subject to change on occasion. Please check schedule for accuracy.
Meeting Point: Shaw Memorial, the bronze sculpture directly across the street from the gold domed State House on the corner of Beacon and Park Streets.
Shaw Memorial ©2013 PhotoWalks
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. The Shaw Memorial is on your left.
Parking: Boston Common Garage
For private, customized or group tours (with or without photo tips), please call: (617) 851-2273 or send an e-mail request to: email@example.com