From the golden dome of the State House to the elegant homes of Louisburg Square, this Beacon Hill tour moves along picturesque streets highlighting examples of the architect Charles Bulfinch and his followers. Learn the story of Beacon Hill, from its rural beginnings to the visions of the Mount Vernon Proprietors while walking among this historic collection of Federal and Greek Revival row houses. A walk through the shaded streets of Beacon Hill offers a pleasant repose from a hot summer’s day. Follow your guide through the Boston Public Garden to visit all the major sculptures and monuments in the area. The Public Garden, established in 1837, is the first public botanical garden in the United States. Today, with its plant material chosen for ornamental excellence as well as its botanical diversity, it forms a green and flowering oasis in the heart of a great metropolis. No visit to Boston would be complete without a stroll in the Garden which is maintained by the Boston Parks and Recreation Department in cooperation with the Friends of the Public Garden.
Monday, July 23
Approximate Timing: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Cost: $45.00 per person, based on (25) guests - Book this tour
Included Features: Round trip transportation via mini coach, services of a tour guide, all taxes and gratuity
This tour includes a good deal of walking on cobblestone streets. Please wear comfortable walking shoes.