3 Hour walking tour
Beacon Hill is one of the oldest and most picturesque neighborhoods in America. From the golden dome of the State House to the luxury homes of Louisburg Square, this tour takes you by picturesque streets, highlighting examples of early American Federal, Greek Revival, and Victorian architecture.
Learn about Boston's first settler, Reverend William Blackstone, a reclusive clergyman. Hear about Robert Gould Shaw and his role in leading freed slaves in the Civil War. Walk portions of the Black History Trail and stroll along the famous cobbles of Acorn Street.
See the homes of legendary figures and current notable people including, Daniel Webster, Henry Cabot Lodge, Harrison Gray Otis, John Kerry and more.
This journey also includes Boston Common, The Public Garden-home to the famous Swan Boats and Children's classic story Make Way for Ducklings. See a place where everybody knows your name; TV's Cheer's Bar and so much more.
$325/group up to 10 people