Beacon Hill

Instagram-worthy details abound in Beacon Hill. From its cobblestone streets, gas lamps, and federalist architecture to its ability to shine in any season (hello cherry blossom trees and quintessential winter scenes), there's a reason it's become one of Boston's most tourist-driven neighborhoods. It doesn't stop at the Esplanade and gilded State House – Beacon Hill houses some of the city’s most unique brands, delicious haunts, and hidden gems. But what makes it extra special is the history. Many these same storefronts were once occupied by cobblers, blacksmiths and carpenters. The setting offers a reprieve from the busy city and transports visitors and residents to a different time, all while celebrating community and local business.

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