Welcome to Boston's Beacon Hill
One of Boston's oldest neighborhoods, Beacon Hill is a picturesque blend of history and modernity. With cobblestone roads lined with gas lamps, Federalist architecture and elegant townhomes, boutique shops, and beloved restaurants, Beacon Hill is one of the most desirable places to live in Beantown. From your first impression of the neighborhood, you will find that being in Beacon Hill is like a glimpse into our country's history. Not only are there intriguing museums including the Museum of African American History here, there are several historic landmarks throughout Beacon Hill. Popular landmarks include the Freedom Trail, Granary Burying Ground, the Boston Common Carousel, and many more. Beacon Hill is also the hill on which the Massachusetts State House sits, which features a gold dome that gleams over the neighborhood.
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Beacon Hill Culture
Everything about Beacon Hill proudly represents Americana; from Acorn Street, the most photographed place in the entire city, to the State House, you can't help but feel patriotic here. The neighborhood's diverse community features people of all backgrounds from students and young professionals to families and everything in between. Beacon Hill is also well known for its great selection of restaurants and bars, many of which draw people from not only all over Boston, but the surrounding areas as well. Beacon Hill's vibrant atmosphere matches perfectly with its colorful, historic environment.
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