Beacon Hill, Boston Common, and the Old West End
Past and present home of the old-money elite, contender for the "Most Beautiful" award among the city's neighborhoods, and hallowed address for many literary lights, Beacon Hill is Boston at its most Bostonian. The redbrick elegance of its narrow streets sends you back to the 19th century just as surely as if you had stumbled into a time machine. But Beacon Hill residents would never make the social faux pas of being out of date. The neighborhood is home to hip boutiques and trendy restaurants, frequented by young, affluent professionals rather than DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) matrons.
EXPLORE BEACON HILL, BOSTON COMMON, AND THE OLD WEST END
Beacon Hill and Boston Common
Once the seat of the Commonwealth's government, Beacon Hill was called "Trimountain" and later "Tremont" by early colonists because of…Learn More >
The Old West End
There are just a few reminders here of what was once the Old West End: a few brick tenements and…Learn More >