Boston’s Architectural Landmarks + Scenic Photo Tour
- Adults (Ages 18+)
- Youth (Ages 10-17)
Boston’s top 3 Scenic Areas on One Tour, History + Architecture
Explore Boston on a walking tour that provides insightful commentary and photo tips of the architecture in two distinct 19th century neighborhoods.
Discover the layers of history behind the the iconic architectural landmarks in Back Bay. Take a scenic stroll in the Public Garden. See Acorn St. in Beacon Hill, the most photographed street in Boston and the grand finale of the tour experience.
Bring your smartphone or camera and learn how to capture amazing pictures on a Boston walking tour that’s an eye-opening experience! All skill levels welcome.
**This tour runs year round. During the Public Garden’s off-season, more sites will be added to the Beacon Hill portion of the tour.
Space is limited to a small group for a more enjoyable experience.
Don’t see a date/time that works for you? No worries. Please send an email to [email protected] or call 617-851-2273.
- See creatively
- Increase your photography skills
- Capture amazing pictures of iconic landmarks
- Discover fascinating history and fun facts about Boston’s must-see attractions
- Boston Public Library
- Copley Square
- Commonwealth Ave Mall
- Marlborough Street
- Boston Public Garden
- Acorn St. in Beacon Hill – most photographed street in Boston
Bronze statue near the entrance of the Boston Public Library on Dartmouth St.
Train Stop: Copley (Green Line), Back Bay (Orange Line)
Parking: Back Bay Garage