Beacon Hill / West End

Boston: Connect Historic Boston

Connecting to Boston history Over more than 300 years, Downtown Boston and nearby neighborhoods have been the site of many important historical events. Many buildings remain to illustrate that history. In this small area of about one square mile, distances are so short that many find it easy to cross the entire area on foot. There are also buses and subways which crisscross the area and can help you get to where you want to go.

Boston: Walk to the Democratic National Convention

The DNC might not be in town, but follow this walk to the FleetCenter and pass by some must-see tourist attractions.

Boston: Massachusetts General Hospital

From downtown’s historic core at Faneuil Hall to Old Ironsides to the Charles River Esplanade, leave the hospital behind to explore neighborhoods and sites near MGH.

Boston: Convention Centers - Steps to the Heart of Boston

A short walk between the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center and the Hynes Convention Center takes you through Boston Common, Chinatown, the Prudential Center, and more.

Boston: Bridges and Esplanades along the Charles

Take in the Charles River's loveliest and most historic sites, not to mention its incomparable views of the city.

Boston: Beacon Hill South Slope

Admire the architecture as you stroll along the historic houses on Beacon Street.

Boston: Beacon Hill North Slope

Explore the section of Beacon Hill bounded by Cambridge, Bowdoin, Myrtle and Charles Streets.
Subscribe to RSS - Beacon Hill / West End