Beacon Hill’s Historic Homes
A walk in Beacon Hill is an immersion into a 19th century English-inspired neighborhood. Imagine the sound of horse-drawn carriages carrying Boston’s elite to their Federal-style row house during the Victorian era. Stroll down the brick sidewalks lined with antique gas lamps and take in the views of some of Boston’s most charming, historic houses.
PhotoWalks founder Saba Alhadi leads fascinating Boston walking tours in Beacon Hill with captivating commentary and photo tips. Find out the unique backstories of these historic homes:
- The oldest home on Beacon Hill
- The House of Odd Windows
- The Hidden House
- Homes that were once a convent for nuns
Curious about where these homes are? Join us on either the 90-minute Beacon Hill tour or the 2-hour Highlights of Boston tour.